Andréanne Godin

As a child, Andréanne Godin (1984) used to roam the trails of the Boreal forest at the end of her street. Originally from Val-d’Or (QC), she currently lives and works in Montreal. In 2013, she completed a Master’s degree in Fine Arts at Concordia University and was awarded the Hnatyshyn Foundation’s Charles Pachter Prize for Emerging Artists, nominated by curator Nicole Gingras. Godin recently took part in several residency programs in Canada and abroad. She resided in the Québec Studios in Finland (2019) and in Switzerland (2017). Over the summer of 2016, she was the first Quebec artist to be hosted by the Josef & Anni Albers Foundation in Connecticut (USA). Both federal and provincial arts councils have supported her research since 2012. Over the past decade, Godin’s work has been presented nationally and internationally in Canada, Switzerland, Belgium, the United States, Cuba, and in France. The artist is represented by Galerie Nicolas Robert.