Jeannie Thib

Jeannie Thib was born in North Bay, Ontario, Canada and received a BFA from York University, Toronto. She has been working as a visual artist since the 1980s, exhibiting installations, sculptures and print based works nationally and internationally. Recent solo exhibitions include B and K Projects, Copenhagen, Denmark, Museo de Arte INBA, Ciudad Juarez, Mexico and Maison Patrimoniale de Barthète, Boussan, France with group exhibitions at Object Gallery, Sydney, Australia, Long Yi Bang Gallery, Beijing, China and the Tree Museum, Canada. Her work is represented in numerous collections including The National Gallery of Canada, Musée des Beaux-Arts de Montréal, Musée dArt Contemporain de Montréal and The Washington DC Convention Center, USA. Thib has been commissioned to create permanent public artworks for the Royal Bank Centre Dexia, Toronto, the Esplanade Arts and Heritage Centre, Medicine Hat, Alberta, the City of Toronto Downsview Memorial Parkette and the Toronto Transit Commission among others. Her artist residencies include the Canada Council Paris Studio in France, Stichting Kunst and Complex in Rotterdam, The Netherlands and Megalo Print Studio in Canberra, Australia. Recent publications include Lure, a bilingual exhibition catalogue and The Map as Art published by Princeton Architectural Press and edited by Katherine Harmon.


Medallion portfolio

Expanded Fields


Complex (Four Views)

Schema Series