Eve Tagny

Eve Tagny (b. 1986, Montréal, Québec, Canada) weaves lens-based mediums, installation, text, and performance, to explore spiritual and embodied expressions of grief and resiliency in correlation with nature’s rhythms, cycles and materiality. Her practice considers gardens and disrupted landscapes as mutable sites of personal and collective memory — inscribed in dynamics of power, colonial histories and their legacies.

Tagny earned her BFA in Film Production from Concordia University and a Certificate in Journalism from the University of Montréal. She is included in the 2021 Momenta Biennale, and has previously exhibited at Visual Arts Centre, Clarington; Optica (forthcoming), Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal, Centre Clark, Montréal; Musée du Bas- Saint-Laurent, Rivière -du-Loup (Quebec); Musée National des Beaux-Arts du Québec, Québec; Cooper Cole, Franz Kaka, Gallery 44, Toronto; Platform, Winnipeg; Henry Art Gallery, Seattle; and nGbK, Berlin among others. She is the recipient of the the 2020 Plein Sud Bursary, the 2018 Mfon grant, and has been shortlisted for the 2018 CAP Prize, the 2018 Burtynsky Photobook Grant, and the 2020 OAAG Award. Tagny lives and works in Tiohtià:ke/Montréal, Québec, Canada.

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Eve Tagny

Thick As Mud, the Henry Art Gallery

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Eve Tagny – Thick As Mud, the Henry Art Gallery, 2023

Photo: Jonathan Vanderweit, courtesy of the Henry.

The Henry, Seattle, USA

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As Yet To Be Established, Swiss Institute

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Eve Tagny – As Yet To Be Established, Swiss Institute, 2023

Live performance

Photo credit: Daisy Wu

Swiss Institute, New York, USA

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Untitled

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Eve Tagny – Untitled, 2022

Naturally dyed cotton fabric on terra cotta tiles

Unique

0.5" X 16" X 15"
1.27cm X 40.64cm X 38.1cm

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Untitled

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Eve Tagny – Untitled, 2022

Digital print, tape, ceramic, metal

Unique

12" X 18"
30.48cm X 45.72cm

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Untitled

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Eve Tagny – Untitled, 2022

90 Non-glazed ceramic tiles

Dimensions variable

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Untitled (2)

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Eve Tagny – Untitled (2), 2022

Digital print

Edition of 3, 2 AP

40" X 32" X 1.5"
101.6cm X 81.28cm X 3.81cm

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Untitled (1)

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Eve Tagny – Untitled (1), 2022

Digital print

Edition of 3, 2 AP

40" X 32" X 1.5"
101.6cm X 81.28cm X 3.81cm

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Unadorned Landscapes

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Eve Tagny – Unadorned Landscapes, 2022

1 channel video

Edition of 3, 2 AP

10 min, 16 sec

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NW3 Landscape

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Eve Tagny – NW3 Landscape, 2022

Digital print and jute

Unique

60" X 80"
152.4cm X 203.2cm

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Sutures, Visual Arts Centre of Clarington

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Eve Tagny – Sutures, Visual Arts Centre of Clarington, 2022

Visual Arts Centre of Clarington, Bowmanville, Canada

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Mnemonic gesture

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Eve Tagny – Mnemonic gesture, 2021

Inkjet print on archival paper

Edition of 3 + 2AP

28" X 24"
71.12cm X 60.96cm

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Summer [Gestures to reignited fossilized landscapes]

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Eve Tagny – Summer [Gestures to reignited fossilized landscapes], 2020

1 channel video

Edition of 3 + 2AP

1h 2min. 4s

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La Machine qui enseignait des airs aux oiseaux

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Eve Tagny – La Machine qui enseignait des airs aux oiseaux – Gestures for a Mnemonic Garden, MAC Montreal, 2021

Montreal, Canada

Photo credit: Simon Belleau

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Condolere Sanctuaries, Centre Clark

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Eve Tagny – Condolere Sanctuaries, Centre Clark, 2020

Montreal, Canada

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Monuments aux vestiges, Franz Kaka

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Eve Tagny – Monuments aux vestiges, Franz Kaka, 2021

Toronto, Canada

Photo credit: Laura Findlay