Siddiqi, Joseph

Joseph Siddiqi’s recent paintings are inspired by his home town of Montreal with its closed-in streets and architecture contrasted against wide open parks and the sky above.

From abstracted images of the inner city to futuristic renderings of place to come, these metaphors of the human condition can offer the viewer an insightful look at how we have formed our physical environment and how it in turn now shapes the experience of our daily lives. Joseph Siddiqi holds an MFA from Boston University and is now a Part-time Professor in Painting and Drawing at Concordia University in Montreal. He is represented by Newzones Gallery in Calgary AB, Galerie St-Laurent + Hill in Ottawa ON and Galerie de Bellefeuille in Montreal QC. His work can be found in the Colart Collection, the Canada Council Art Bank and in numerous private collections in Canada, the United States and Europe.

Night-City-4

Night City 4

42" x 54â

Oil on canvas

2007

2008

 

 

 

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SOLO EXHIBITIONS

2009 Newzones Gallery, Calgary
2002 Maison de la Culture Mercier, Montreal
2000 Gallery Luz, Montreal

GROUP EXHIBITIONS

2008 Opening. Galerie St-Laurent + Hill, Ottawa
2007 Sunscreen. Newzones Gallery, Calgary
2007 Consigned work. Galerie de Bellefeuille, Montreal
2006 Consigned work. Galerie St-Laurent + Hill, Ottawa
2005 Night of 1,000 Drawings. Artists Space, New York
2004 Work installed. Spike Gallery, New York
2004 MFA Thesis Exhibition. Boston University 808 Gallery, Boston
2003 Limited Edition Multiples. Galerie St-Laurent + Hill, Ottawa
2003 Juried Exhibition. The Copley Society of Art, Boston
2002 Introductions. Newzones Gallery, Calgary
2002 New Gallery Artists. Galerie St-Laurent + Hill, Ottawa
2002 Landscape Painting. Studio 21 Fine Art, Halifax
2001 RBC New Canadian Painting. Art Gallery of Nova Scotia, Halifax