Yvonne Lammerich



Yvonne Lammerich, AOCA, Ph.D. art history, born and raised in Germany, has lived in England, France and Canada since the 60’s, and is a recipient of the Maria Stafford Mid-Career prize from the Canada Council. She has exhib­ited nationally and internationally since the 1980s, including the first Quebec Biennale, MOCCA-Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art, the Southern Alberta Art Gallery and The Nunnery, London UK. Recent solo exhibitions include Occurrence Centre d’art contemporain and Hangar 7826/art actuel, both in Montreal.

Lammerich has written extensively on art, and her own artwork has been reviewed nationally and internationally, including Parachute Magazine and Art Press. Recent projects include a public art project in Suzhou and an exhibition in Shang­hai (2016) as well as participation in the Bonavista Biennale (2019). Her work is in museums, corporate and private collections. The exhibition project Voices: artists on Art, co-authored with Ian Carr-Harris, has been presented at Artport, Toronto, the SAAG, Lethbridge AB, and Zayed University UAE. The hardcover comprehensive catalogue “Voices: artists on Art” was published in the fall of 2020 and represents 51 visual artists across Canada and can be purchased at the National Gallery.

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Yvonne Lammerich