Suzanne Nacha

Visual Artist

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Inside Looking Out

Jan 15 2022 – I’ll be participating in a group show early in 2022 at United Contemporary in Toronto. Pleased to be exhibiting a ceramic sculpture that’s a personal favourite entitled ‘Desiring Machine’. The group exhibition explores domesticity and the concept of home – seen through private spaces from the inside looking out. It features gallery artists and guests.

Jan 20 – Feb 5, 2022 – Thur – Sat 12-6 pm, or by appointment.

UNITED CONTEMPORARY – 1444 Dupont Street Unit 22, Toronto, Canada. Gallery

Foire Papier

Nov 26, 2021 – Looking forward to participating in the 14th edition of Foire Papier in Montreal this weekend with United Contemporary. I’ll be exhibiting a few ceramic sculptures from a new series entitled ‘Sad Clowns of the Anthropocene’.

Papier art fair is taking place at the Grand Quay of the Port of Montreal.

FOIRE D’ART CONTEMPORAIN | Papier Art Fair, Montreal 2021
November 26 – 28

Bon Weekend

infinity & folly: brothers

Sep 23, 2021 – I’ll be exhibiting some new sculpture in United Contemporary’s upcoming group exhibition entitled ‘Bon Weekend’ from Sep 23rd to the 26th. Part of the inaugural edition of Gallery Weekend Toronto presented by L’Association des galeries d’art contemporain (AGAC); this short pop-up style exhibition of new works, provides a preview of programming for the upcoming year at United Contemporary.

Sep 23 – 26, 2021 – The gallery will have extended hours for Gallery Weekend:
Thursday to Saturday: 11am – 7pm, Sunday: 12 – 5pm

UNITED CONTEMPORARY – 1444 Dupont Street Unit 22, Toronto, Canada.



Oct 24, 2019 – Currently gearing up for a two person show at United Contemporary in Toronto. I’ll be showing ceramic sculpture, paintings and video work alongside sculpture and large-scale textile work by Meghan Price. Meghan and I share studios in Toronto and are occasional art collaborators. Originally brought together through our shared interest in geology, ideas around deep time and social engagement in geologic landscapes – we are excited to be showing work from our individual art practices in this two person exhibition entitled chromacore. The show runs Nov 7th to Dec 7th, Thur – Sat 12-6 pm, or by appointment.

UNITED CONTEMPORARY – 1444 Dupont Street Unit 22, Toronto, Canada. Gallery hours are

Union House Residency

#Price/Nacha, studio collaboration, Union House Arts, 2019

August 30, 2019 – Just returned from an artist residency at Union House Arts in Port Union, Newfoundland. Equal parts historical restoration, contemporary art initiative and community outreach, the residency is housed in an historic building – part of the only ‘Union built’ town in North America. Located along the coast of the Bonavista Peninsula, the backdrop to this residency is one of spectacular coastal geology and (during my tenure) the second iteration of the Bonavista Biennale; a bi-annual contemporary art exhibition set in outport communities along the peninsula by Indigenous, Canadian and International artists. While in residence I spent time with Biennale artist and art collaborator Meghan Price, hiking the coastal geology and continuing to engage in ideas around scale in geologic landscapes; a part of our collaborative project debuting at YYZ in Toronto next fall (2020).

Thank you Union House Arts!

Fieldwork & Collaboration

August 01 2019 – Currently thinking back to three week’s fieldwork in Killarney Ontario this past summer. Contemporary textile artist Megan Price and I spent this time working on a video collaboration that will debut next September 2020 at YYZ in Toronto. The project explores the relationship we have to geologic landscape. How for example, we try to make sense of our human time scale in relation to deep geologic time. Or how attempts to constrain the earth’s physical complexities through mapping, naming and depicting often come up short. Through an open investigation utilizing physical place and natural forces along with tool making, artistic rendering and mapping; our fieldwork and final video project seek to playfully highlight the complex relationship we have to the earth.


Jun 14 2019 – POP II – ‘Reduced, Stylized, Textured, Patterned and Structured’.

Pleased to be showing ceramic sculpture, screenprints and video work alongside talented artists John Ford and Meghan Price in this three person exhibition at Renann Isaacs Contemporary Art, Guelph Ontario.

June 13 – July 7, 2019

Pop II, (left to right) Meghan Price (framed sculpture), Suzanne Nacha (ceramic sculpture, video and screenprints), John Ford (constructed painting)

Built to Play

Sep 01 2018 – An exhibition featuring recent prints and video (alongside work by four other Canadian artists) opens September 11th at FCP Gallery. Built to Play is curated by Kelly McCray and features work that “employs built-form imagery to convey interior recesses of the mind”.

August 27 – September 28, 2018

Fogo Island Geology

August 31 2018 – Just back from a month long residency on Fogo Island hosted by the Shorefast Foundation. The Geology at the Edge residency provides a unique opportunity to study the rocks of Fogo Island and lead regular geological hikes through its spectacular landscape. During my month long tenure I had many conversations with residents and island visitors about the local geology and larger geological concepts. Much of my time was spent thinking of ways to present these ideas to the public who were always keen to know more. Back in Toronto, I’m presently working on a series of postcards that use earth-models as visual tools to convey these concepts. I’ll have more on this project as it nears completion but I’m currently enjoying the challenge of artistic interpretation within the boundaries of technical accuracy; where strict use of colour for example, can articulate lithological meaning or reference geologic time.