Canadian. Born in Sherbrooke, Canada.
Lives and works in Montréal, Canada.

The photo and video based works of Anne-Renée Hotte inhabit the exhibition space in a highly sensitive way, pushing towards a logic of installation. Through large-format video projections or photographs presented as sculptural objects, the artist never ceases to amaze us in how she stages her works.

Through the cohabitation of landscape and human figures, Anne-Renée Hotte questions the dualities and symbiosis between individuality and group belonging. Her work evokes the idea of a necessarily imperfect community evolving at the rate of a world where the notions of nature and culture participate in a logic of the decentering of the narrative, a shift of visions. Thus, these photographic series present an oscillation between a personal state of introspection and belonging to a larger world, revealing certain paradoxes of human life.

A graduate in photography at Concordia University (2010), Anne-Renée Hotte completed her master’s degree in visual and media arts at the Université du Québec à Montréal in 2015. Her work has been presented in several locations abroad and in Quebec, including the Galerie Artem (Quimper, France), the Gallery of the University of Indonesia (Jakarta), Volta NY (New York, United States), Caravansérail (Rimouski), the FOFA Gallery (Montreal) and the Galerie Trois Points (Montréal). In 2013, she created a public artwork for the Centre hospitalier de l’Université de Montréal, which will be exhibited throughout the construction of the new center.

 

COLLECTIONS :

Blakes, Cassels & Graydon (Montréal, Canada)
Cirque du Soleil (Montréal, Canada)
Cenovus (Calgary, Canada)
Art For Healing Foundation (Montreal, Canada)
Concordia University Art Collection (Montréal, Canada)
Canadian Consulate, (Jakarta, Indonesia)

Curriculum vitae


Exhibitions

La laisse

Anne-Renée Hotte
January 21 - March 4, 2017

Filigranes en mille temps

Anne-Renée Hotte, Clint Griffin, Jan Johnson Old Master & Modern Prints, Milutin Gubash, Olga Chagaoutdinova
January 14 - March 4, 2017

Press

  • 2018. 04. 10. - Dominique Sirois-Rouleau. Anne-Renée Hotte, Galerie Trois Points, Montréal, esse. web | PDF
  • 2018. 03. 10. - James D. Campbell. Natural Gesture: Anne-Renée Hotte Exhibition at Galerie Trois Points, WhiteHot Magazine. web | PDF
  • 2018. 02. 04. - . Mills purchases on display, Concordia Journal. PDF
  • 2017. 01. 01. - Pierre Dessureault. 8e édition de la Rencontre photographique du Kamouraska, Ciel Variable. web | PDF
  • 2016. 11. 14. - Portfolio. Arts visuels & poésie, Le Sabord. PDF
  • 2016. 01. 01. - . Encan-bénéfice au profit des éditions, Esse. PDF
  • 2015. 10. 01. - James D. Campbell. Exhibition Reviews: Anne-Renée Hotte, Magenta Magazine. web | PDF
  • 2015. 03. 12. - Bill Clarke. Canadian Highlights at New York’s Art Fairs, Canadian Art. web | PDF
  • 2015. 01. 01. - Maude Arsenault. Guest Curator: Karine Vanasse, The Print Atelier. web | PDF
  • 2014. 04. 29. - Sky Goodden. Review: The Things Done Well at Papier 14, BlouinArtInfo. web | PDF
  • 2013. 09. 09. - Natalie Zayne. Together turning in time: family, nature and the ties that bind at Galerie Trois Points, Belgo Report. web | PDF
  • 2013. 09. 07. - James D. Campbell. Exhibition Review: Anne-Renee Hotte, Magenta Magazine. web | PDF
  • 2013. 09. 07. - . Toutes les familles heureuses se ressemblent, Galeries Montréal. web | PDF
  • 2013. 04. 21. - Émilie Granjon. Du bon usage de la lenteur, Vie des Arts. PDF
  • 2013. 02. 12. - Annie Lafleur. Exposition – Mémoire en boucle, Le Devoir. web | PDF
  • 2013. 02. 11. - Richard Rhodes. Measures Of Passing Time Shapes Poetic Montreal Group Show, Canadian Art. PDF
  • 2013. 01. 28. - Catherine Barnabé. La lenteur et autres soubresauts – Galerie Trois Points, MMEH. web | PDF
  • 2013. 01. 23. - Natalie Zayne. Fine Points in Time: Three Artists at Galerie Trois Points, Belgo Report. web | PDF
  • 2012. 08. 23. - . Le CHUM s’embellit, La Presse. web | PDF
  • 2012. 08. 22. - Grafika. Le Chum dévoile ses palissades, Grafika. web | PDF
  • 2012. 08. 21. - . Deux oeuvres étudiantes ornent des palissades du futur CHUM, UQAM Nouvelles. web | PDF