Nicole Collin’s practice focuses on the effect of time, accumulation, force and heat on visceral materials, primarily through painting but also with installations, interventions, video, sound and multiples.
Since 1994 Collins has exhibited in 12 solo exhibitions including The Embassy of Canada in Tokyo and The AGO Young Gallery and many group exhibitions in Toronto, New York, London, Zurich. Most recently Collins exhibited a series of large scale paintings at McMaster Museum of Art (Breaking Black) and The University of Waterloo Art Gallery (Heavy Black Paintings). Her work has been featured in magazines, newspapers and books including: Time Out London, Canadian Art Magazine, Canadian House & Home, numerous reviews in The Globe & Mail, Roald Nasgaard’s major survey Abstract Painting in Canada, Carte Blanche, Volume 2: Painting (2009), The Donovan Collection Catalogue and A Concise History of Canadian Painting, 3rd Edition by Dennis Reid among many others.
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