Canadian artist Zachari Logan works mainly with large-scale drawing, ceramics and installation practices, evolving a visual language that explores intersections between identity, memory and place. Through a strategy of visual quotation, mined from place and experience, Logan engages empirical explorations of landscape, figuration, and overlapping art-historic motifs, re-wilding his body as an expression of queerness.
Zachari Logan (b. Saskatoon, 1980) . His work has been exhibited widely, in group and solo exhibitions throughout North America, Europe and Asia and can be found in public and private collections worldwide, including the National Gallery of Canada, Leslie-Lohman Museum in NYC, Art Gallery of Ontario (AGO), Remai Modern, TD Bank, McMichael Collection of Canadian Art and the Scarfone/Hartley Gallery, University of Tampa among others. Logan has attended residencies in Paris, London, Calgary (ACAD’s Artist in Residence Program), rural Tennessee, Vienna’s Museums Quartier: MQ21 Program, the International Studio and Curatorial Program (ISCP) in Brooklyn, Wave Hill Botanical Gardens, Winter Workspace Program in the Bronx and as artist in residence at the Tom Thomson Shack on the site of the McMichael Collection of Canadian Art. Logan has collaborated with several celebrated artists artists, such as NY-based painter, Ross Bleckner and French photographer Sophie Calle and his work has been featured in exhibitions along side the likes of Robert Rauschenberg, Betty Tompkins and William Morris. Logan has been featured in many publications worldwide.
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