BACK TO HEIDI TAILLEFER

Born: Montreal, Quebec 1970 
10 years private art training 1978-1988 
McGill University, Humanistic Studies 1989-1991 

SELECTED SOLO EXHIBITIONS

2013 - “The Land of the Blind”, Copro Nason Gallery, Santa Monica, CA

2010 - "Playing with Fire", Micheal Berger gallery, Pittsburgh, PA

2009 - "An Uncanny Lineup of Serendipitous Connections", Joshua Liner gallery, NY, NY

2008 - "Muses and Heroes", Irvine Contemporary, Washington, DC

2007 - "Objects in Mirror are closer than they appear", CONTACT photography festival,

Thompson Landry Gallery, Toronto, Ontario

2006 - " Looking For Love in All the Wrong Places", M Modern Gallery; Palm Springs, CA

( -) "Objects in Mirror are closer than they appear", Leonardo DaVinci cultural center,

 St-Leonard, PQ

2005 - "Vicissitudes", Cirque du Soleil International Headquarters, Montreal, Quebec

2004 - "Pyrophoric", Gallery Yves Laroche, Montreal, Quebec

2003 - “Solipsism”, O Patro Vys, Montreal, Quebec

1997 - “Inner Workings”, McAllen International Museum of Art and Science; McAllen, TX

SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS

2014
“Suggestivism: Chronology”, Copro Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
“Juicy”, Gitana Rosa Gallery, New York, NY
“Momento Mori”, Station 16 Gallery, Montreal, QC
“Last Rites", Last Rites Gallery, New York, NY

2013
“Copro Gallery 20th Anniversary”, Copro Nason Gallery, Santa Monica, CA
“Visonary Experience”, 1000 Van Ness, San Francisco, CA

2012
"Anomalies", Copro Nason Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
"Kingdom Animalia", Jaguar Anaheim Hills, Anaheim, CQ
“Volver”, Gitana Rosa Gallery; Brooklyn, NY
“Papier 10”, Contemporary Paper Art Fair; Yves Laroche gallery, Montreal, Quebec
“Suggestivism 2”, Bold Hype Gallery,NY, NY
“Visionaries”, Queensborough Community College, Queens, NY

2011
“Suggestivism”, Grand central Cultural Center; Santa Ana, CA
“Dystopia”, Copro Nason Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
“Sketchbook Project”, Brooklyn Art Library, Bklyn, NY; Austin Museum of Art, Austin, TX;
SPACE gallery, Portland, ME; The Granite Room, Atlanta, GA; Hyllier Art Space, Washington, DC;
Form/Space Atellier, Seattle, WA; Minna Gallery, San Francisco, CA; Hyde Park Art Center, Chicago, IL; Full Sail University, Winter park, FL

2010
"A Book About Death", The Tabernacle, MOMA Whales, Machynlleth, Whales
"Artificial Selection", 516 ARTS gallery, Albequerque, NM
"Metamorphosis", Copro Nason gallery, Los Angeles, CA

2009
"East Meets West", Michael Berger Gallery, Pittsburgh, PA
"World's On Fire", Pacific Electric Lofts; Los Angeles, CA
"Clownie, Baby, Amputee", Antebellum gallery, Los Angeles, CA

2008
"Aspect: Ratio 1", Irvine Contemporary gallery, Washington, DC 
"SPLATTER", Antebellum Gallery,Hollywood, California
"Locked and Loaded", Joshua Liner gallery, New York, New YorK
"Literartistry", Coery Helford gallery, Los Angeles, California

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

2013
Cult Montreal; March 22, 2013
Red Door Magazine Selection #13; June 13, 2013
Monolith Magazine; May 8, 2013

2011
Sunrise Artists August 23, 2011
SUGGESTIVISM exhibition catalogue, p. 97 Grand Central Press, Santa Ana, CA
2010 - Zinc Canada Magazine/Spring issue p.98, Montreal, Quebec
Art Nouveau Magazine, January 17 www.an-mag.com
Décover Magazine, No. 7, Montreal, Quebec

2009
ION Magazine, August 10 (issue #58) Ion Publishing Group Vancouver, BC
Art is Dead: A Manifesto for a Revolution in the Visual Arts, Artoholic Publishing

2008
Metamorphosis Volume 2 BeinArt Publishing Brunswick, Australia
GRAB Magazine (issue #4) Rome, Italy
Design 360 Concept and Design magazine March 2008 p.166 Hong Kong, China
Washington City Paper ( April 11) Washington, DC

2006
Juxtapoz Magazine December 2006; vol.13, no.12 p.64, San Francisco, CA

CORPORATE AND PRIVATE COLLECTIONS

Morgan Spurlock (star and director of Supersize Me); New York, New York
Martin Sanders (board of directors of the Tel Aviv Museum of Art); New York, New York
Christian Kracht Sr.; Swizerland
McAllen International Museum of Art and Science; McAllen, TX
Diego Figueroa (former member of board of directors of the Museo de Arte of Puerto Rico, and co-chair of the Young International Committee of the Museo del Barrio in NYC)
Cirque du Soleil, Montreal, Quebec
Guy Laliberté, St-Bruno, PQ
Colart Collection; Montreal, Quebec