Anne-Renée Hotte

Artist Profile

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

Anne-Renée Hotte lives and works in Montreal. A photography graduate from Concordia University (2010), she 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 Québec, including at the Galerie Artem (Quimper, France), the Gallery of the University of Indonesia (Jakarta), Volta NY (New York, USA), Caravansérail (Rimouski), the FOFA Gallery, the Galerie de l'UQÀM (Montréal) and at the Galerie Trois Points (Montréal). In 2013, she created a public artwork for the CHU Québec-Université-Laval, which will be exhibited throughout the construction of the new center. Anne-Renée Hotte also participated in the 8th edition of the Kamouraska Photographic Meetings in 2016.

2017Ciel Variable #105 | Pierre Dessureault
 Rencontre Photographique du Kamouraska | 9 février
 
2016ESSE |
 Encan-bénéfice au profit des éditions ESSE | 24 novembre
 
2016Digital Journal |
 Les editions Esse prsents the 8th edition of the benefit auction Vendu-Sold at the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts | 27 octobre
 
2015Magenta Magazine | James D. Campbell
 Exhibition Review : Anne-Renée Hotte (Solistes) | 15 septembre
 
2015Canadian Art | Bill Clarke
 Canadian Highlights at New York’s Art Fairs | 12 mars
 
2015The Print Atelier | Maude Arsenault
 GUEST CURATOR: Actress Karine Vanasse's Love for Contemporary Photography | 2 février
 
2014BLOUIN ARTINFO | Sky Goodden
 Review: The Things Done Well at Papier14 | 29 avril
 
2014Ma mère était hipster | Émilie Morneau
 Foire Papier 14 | 24 avril
 
2013Magenta Magazine | James D. Campbell
 Exhibition Review : Anne-Renée Hotte (Toutes les familles heureuses se ressemblent) | 15 septembre
 
2013The Belgo Report | Natalie Zayne
 Together turning in time : family, nature and the ties that bind at Galerie Trois Points | 9 septembre
 
2013Vie des Arts | Émilie Granjon
 Du bon usage de la lenteur | 3 mars
 
2013Le Devoir | Annie Lafleur
 Exposition - Mémoire en boucle | 12 février
 
2013Canadian Art | Richard Rhodes
 Measures Of Passing Time Shapes Poetic Montreal Group Show | 11 février
 
2013MMEH | Catherine Barnabe
 La lenteur et autres soubresauts (Galerie Trois Points) | 28 janvier
 
2013The Belgo Report | Natalie Zayne
 Fine points in Time: Three Artists at Galerie Trois Points | 23 janvier
 
2013Montrealistement |
 La lenteur et autres soubresauts | 19 janvier
 
2006Concordia Journal |
 Mills purchases on display | 4 mai