Nathalie Regard (1969) graduated from the Master of Fine Art at The Glasgow School of Art, in Scotland (2005). She grew-up in Chile where she developed a self-taught carrier as visual artist before moving to Mexico City (1997-1999). In 1999, she moved to Paris where she began to work series of large-format paintings (Grands Formats: Beaume D'Ether 2001), being awarded the Ateliers de la Ville de Paris (2002-2008).

She has participated in group exhibitions in France, U.K. and China, as La Galerie, Centre d’Art Contemporain, Noisy-le-Sec (2001), La Mazarine, Paris (2008), Tramway, Glasgow in 2005 and the China Central Academy of Fine Arts, CAFA (2006).

She has had several solo shows in Mexico City, as at the Autonomous University of Mexico (UAM, 2000), Arts and Craft Factory (Faro de Oriente, 2002), Casa de Francia and at the Espace d'Art Yvonamor Palix (2003). In 2006, she was part of a group show at the Print National Museum in Mexico City and in the II Universal Forum of Cultures, at the Center of The Arts, Fundidora Park, Monterrey, curated by Fernando Delmar, where she exhibited her large format work (Big Scanning Project, 2007) including the publication of the artist's book (Void Painting: 1>250.000) awarded by Fondart and was the subject of various international publications as Art News, Art Nexus, Les Lettres Françaises, Paris-Art, Art-Public, Visual Arts in Mexico: XXI Century.

She moved to Mexico City in 2010 and founded the Lyrica artists workshop. Her investigation related to the notions of perception and mental images since 2011 made her develop a research combining performance art and cognitive science.

The project was exposed during the Brain Art Exhibitions at The Human Brain Mapping Conferences (HBM, Québec City in 2011, Beijing, China in 2012 and Hamburg in 2014), her project was presented at in Sèvres 2013 and at the Institut Pasteur in 2016.

  • Education

  • 2003-2005 Glasgow School of Art, Scotland, U.K. Masters degree in Fine Arts

    2000- 2001 Galerie Nationale du Jeu de Paume, Paris, France Training in Modern and Contemporary Art History

    1989-1992 School of Arquitecture and Design, Catholic University of Valparaiso, (AD-UCV) First degree

  • Solo Exhibitions

  • 2015
    Dream Sessions, Galerie Laurent Mueller, France

    Big Scanning Project: Public Space, Querétaro
    Void Painting: Zona Maco, Lyrica, Mexico City
    Void Painting Poster: EBC, Escuela Bancaria y de Comercio, Querétaro
    Void Painting Poster: Biblioteca de Santiago y Archivos Nacionales, Chile
    Big Scanning, La Mazarine/PierreDurieu, Paris
    Void Painting Poster, EBC Escuela Bancaria Campus Toluca, México
    Void Painting Poster, Myto Gallery off-site, Mexico City
    Bed Time Stories, Myto Gallery, Mexico City

  • Group Shows

  • 2014
    Sidewise in Time, curated by Elena Agudio, CCH-Congress Center in Hamburg, Germany
    Playtime, curated by Marguerite Pilven. Musée Pierre Noël, Saint-Dié-Des-Vosges, France
    Brainhack, Centre International d’Études Pédagogiques, Sèvres, France
    Playtime, curated by Marguerite Pilven. La Graineterie, Houilles, France
    Entering the Mind’s I, curated by Manuela Lietti, Human Brain Mapping, China National Convention Center, Beijing, China
    Cartographies of the Brain, curated by The Neuro Bureau, National Center for Congress Québec City, Canada
    ZONA MACO, Mexico City Art Fair at Myto Gallery
    El Ahijado, Curated by Alterna y Corriente, Mexico City
    Artistas en el Medio Ambiente, Galeria Metropolitana, UAM, Mexico City
    ZonaMACO, Mexico City Contemporary Art Fair, Myto Gallery
    MACG, Museo Carrillo Gil, Ediciones de Arte Contemporáneo, Mexico City
    NADA Miami, Art Fair. The New Art Dealers Alliance, Myto Gallery
    FeMACO Mexico, Art Fair, México Arte Contemporaneo, Myto Gallery
    From Original to Copy and Back Again, Myto Gallery, Mexico City
    NADA Miami, Art Fair. The New Art Dealers Alliance, Myto Gallery
    Uncertainty Principle, curated by Fernando Delmar for the II Universal Forum of Cultures, Centro de las Artes Monterrey
    Samples, Print National Museum, Mexico City, curated by Fernando Delmar
    Arte Contemporáneo de México, Sixteen Group, Mexico City
    CAFA, Museum of Central Academy for Fine Arts, Beijing
    Exit Strategy, Tramway, Glasgow
    ARCO Madrid, Art Fair. Feria Internacional de Arte Contemporaneo, Yvonamor Palix Gallery
    MACO Mexico, Art Fair. Mexico Arte Contemporáneo, Yvonamor Palix Gallery

  • Grants and Residencies

  • 2007
    Fundación/La Colección Jumex, Project Grant
    FONDART, Visual Arts, Chilean Government Project Grant
    ALDA ABARTE, Project Grant
    TRAMWAY, Project Grant, Glasgow
    William and Mary Armour Fellowship' Schorlarship - Glasgow
    DAP, Ateliers d'Artiste de la Ville de Paris, France
    LEP Moulin Fondu : Ateliers Brassens, Artist's Residency, Noisy-le-Sec