Biography

Guillaume Tomasi (b.1984, France) is a photographer and a curator based in Montreal. His photographic practice revolves around visual storytelling, focusing on people, places and memories. Tomasi is currently completing his BFA in Photography at Concordia University and he created in 2016 the collaborative project Fiiiirst which features anonymous image based discussions between authors photographers. He has been featured in various group exhibitions in Sheffield, London, Bienne and Montreal, and in international publications such as The Heavy Collective, Fisheye Magazine, AIN'T BAD, Phroom and Fotoroom.

He's currently available for photo based assignments/commissions.

 

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Group Exhibitions

  • 2019
    Group Show 61: Loss curated by Tara Wray & Jon Feinstein, Humble Arts Foundation, United States, Online Exhibition
    The 2019 Ordinary Animals Exhibition curated by R.J Kern, Lenscratch, United States, Online Exhibition
    Guest-Room curated by Alessia Giaviano & Chiara Bardelli Nonino, Der Greif, Augsburg, Germany, Online Exhibition
  • 2018
    Northern Light 2018 - Proximity and distance, Yorkshire Artspace, Sheffield, United Kingdom
    One Year Revolv, Safehouse 1, London, United Kingdom
    Analog / Mtl 3rd Edition, Factry, Montreal, Canada
  • 2017
    Four Elements, Float Photo Magazine, Online exhibition
  • 2016
    Life Framer, Menier Gallery, London, United Kingdom
  • 2015
    Life Framer, Juraplatz Public Art Space, Biel, Switzerland
    Plateaugraphie 2, Gallery 2456, Montreal, Canada
  • 2014
    Habitat, Espace Massive Art, Montreal, Canada
    Plateaugraphie, La Galerie du Plateau, Montreal, Canada

Press / Publications

  • 2019
    Ain't Bad Magazine, Issue 14, 2019, United States
    Subjectively Objective, Observations in the Ordinary, 2019, United States
    Rûm, Issue IV, Germany
    Ok Cool, LOUD, Zine #6, Canada
    Fisheye Magazine, #34, January, France

  • 2018
    Ok Cool, Heavy, Zine #5, Canada

  • 2017
    Stop.Magazine, Issue 2, United Kingdom

  • 2016
    Life Framer Annual, Edition II, United Kingdom

  • 2015
    Ideat, December Issue, China

Education

  • 2020. BFA in Photography, Concordia University, Montreal, Canada
  • 2005. Bachelor In Communication Activities and Technics, University of Savoy, France

Awards

  • 2019. Special Recognition for Excellence, Student Prize Awards, Lenscratch
  • 2018. Winner, One Year Revolv Exhibition
  • 2016. Shortlisted, Life Framer Edition III, "Street Life"

Interviews & Features

Latest news

06.2019
You can pre-order the book Observations in the Ordinary at Subjectively Objective