Nadine Renazile is a contemporary abstract and mixed media painter. Her practice is informed by her multiple identities: Haitian, diaspora, New Yorker, traveler, and observer. Nadine’s work investigates these multiplicities while excavating ideas of displacement, memory, language, race, and class ambiguities.
Born in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, Nadine currently lives and works in New York City.
SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS
2018 9th Annual Small Works Exhibition – January 9, 31, 2018. Manhattan Borough President’s Office (1 Centre Street, 19th Floor)
2017 Intersections: A Benefit Exhibition for the Immigration Advocacy and Support Center – Cummings Arts Center at Connecticut College
2016 Summer Exhibition – The Elizabeth V. Sullivan Gallery at Vytlacil, NY.
2016 Diaspora Calling! – A Visual Arts exhibition curated by Ms. Lauryn Hill in partnership with Haiti Cultural Exchange, MoCADA, and Nader Haitian Art. Kings Theatre, Brooklyn, NY.
2016 Concours – Phyllis Harriman Mason Gallery, Art Students League, NYC.
2015 Respond – Smack Mellon Gallery, Brooklyn, New York
2015 Concours – Phyllis Harriman Mason Gallery, Art Students League, NYC.
2015 All Rise – Robertson Hall, Princeton University, Princeton, NJ.
TRAINING & EDUCATION
2015 Paris American Academy (Beaux Arts). Paris, France.
2016 – 2013 The Art Students League of New York.
2012 Columbia University in the City of New York – Master of Science in Information Management and Knowledge Strategy.
1998 Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, New York – Master of Library and Information Sciences.
The Art Students League of New York – Member
New York Artists Circle – Member