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.
In the summer of 2015 Nadine was awarded the Fantasy Fountain Fund Fellowship, which allowed her to travel to Paris, France to study and paint for a month.
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
Artists Fellowship Inc. - Member