Andréanne Abbondanza-Bergeron

Andréanne Abbondanza-Bergeron is a Montreal-based installation artist and current visiting scholar at Concordia University as the 2017 recipient of the Claudine and Stephen Bronfman Fellowship in Contemporary Art.  She completed her MFA in Sculpture at Concordia University (‘16) where she received the 2016 Yvonne L. Bombardier scholarship in Visual Art, and holds a M.A. in Art Education and a BFA in Studio Arts.

Abbondanza-Bergeron’s installation, photography and drawing works have been exhibited in various solo and curated group shows in various Canadian cities and abroad in Germany, UK, Belgium, Mexico and the United-States. Her work has benefited from the support from the Canada Council for the Arts, and she is a professor in the Communications, Media and Studio Arts department at Vanier College.  

(CONCORDIA)  LAUREATE 2017

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Events 

2020

MONTREAL 

EXHIBITION

Solo exhibition  - FOFA Gallery, Montreal

From Sept . 10  to Oct. 16th,  2020

2019

MONTREAL

EXHIBITION

Lieux Suspendus 

Deux Poisson Gallery - Group exhibition

Montreal, Quebec

EXHIBITION

Tipping Point

CAFKA – Contemporary Art Biennale  

Group exhibition

Kitchener, Ontario

2018

KITCHENER

2018

MONCTON

EXHIBITION

Permeable Bounderies                      

Galerie Sans Nom - Solo exhibition

Moncton, New Brunswick

EXHIBITION

Transparaître

Centre culturel Yvonne L. Bombardier             Solo exhibition

Valcourt, Quebec

2017

VALCOURT
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