1     a top curator pick

Artist Judy Chartrand curated by top art collector Bob Rennie

Bob rennie portrait
Judy is an artist who is under the radar, and she deserves to have her voice heard. Her work offers a valid discussion on Vancouver's Downtown Eastside. We have to solve these problems, we have a responsibility, and I think Judy's work moves that along.”

TOP ART COLLECTOR • RENNIE COLLECTION • TATE MODERN • ART INSTITUTE OF CHICAGO

In collaboration with the Globe and Mail, Wondereur invited real estate mogul and top art collector Bob Rennie to share the work of an artist that deeply touches him. Known as the founder of Vancouver's largest real estate marketing firm, Bob is also regarded as one of the world's top art collectors. A trip to San Francisco in 1974 sparked his love for collecting when he purchased a Norman Rockwell print. Since then, he's amassed more than 1,500 works - one of the largest contemporary art collections in North America. His private collection is on display three times a year at the historic Wing Sang building in Vancouver, as well as on loan to notable museums, such as the Tate Modern, Centre Pompidou and the Guggenheim. In addition to sitting on the North American Acquisition Committee for the Tate Modern, Bob recently joined the Board of Directors at the Art Institute of Chicago.

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2     an investigative photo documentary

Exclusive 22-page photo documentary from our investigative journalist team in collaboration with award-winning photojournalist Rafal Gerszak. Location: Vancouver, Canada. Copyright Wondereur 2018.

MEET with artist Judy Chartrand curated by top art collector Bob Rennie.

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PHOTOJOURNALIST FOR WONDEREUR RAFAL GERSZAK

A winner of the Magenta Foundation’s Flash Forward competition, Rafal Gerszak’s work on the underclass of Canadian society and the conflict in Afghanistan has been exhibited internationally, including at The New York Photo Festival and Noorderlicht Photofestival in the Netherlands. Rafal is one of the founding members of the Boreal Collective.

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3     an artist to invest in

Exclusive career analysis and market overview from our investigative journalist team.

GET the facts behind Judy Chartrand’s success, career development and price. The value of her art is expected to significantly increase in the next few years.

PRESENT IN 13 NOTABLE COLLECTIONS
Including Bob Rennie Collection
6 SOLO EXHIBITIONS
2 in the last 5 years
43 GROUP EXHIBITIONS
1 in the last 5 years
18 INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITIONS
Including the Smithsonian Institute of American Indian Arts Museum
34 AWARDS & GRANTS
Including the National Aboriginal Achievement Foundation
Price Relative Indicator
PR1
Career Span
25 years
Prestige Category - Exhibition Venues
A++

Key Dates

2016 Top artist pick for top art collector Bob Rennie for Wondereur
2016 “Métis Soup,” Solo show, Macaulay & Co. Fine Art, Vancouver, Canada
2015 “Chaos,” Group show, Rennie Museum, Vancouver, Canada
2008 “Changing Hands: Art Without Reservation,” Travelling group show, Museum of Art and Design, New York; Tucson Museum of Art, U.S.
1996 Ceramics Division Exhibition, Institute of American Indian Arts, Santa Fe, U.S.
1959 Born in Canada

Judy Chartrand's Brain Map

Delve into this sculptor's universe by exploring the artists and thinkers who have played an important role in her process. This Wondereur investigation reveals this larger creative context, both past and present.

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