Éric Nado is a Quebecois artist, he has been working with vintage objects and everyday items to create assembled-sculpture for over 15 years. With a Bachelor of Visual Arts and of Philosophy, his work is represented “by galleries in Montreal and in California and has been commissioned by many private and public companies for various needs and purposes over the years. In 2015, his work was selected by Montreal’s COA Gallery to be showcased at Scope New York and Art Basel Miami…”

Nado’s contemporary industrial sculptures are made with objects that are part of our collective memory, such as sewing machines that he uses to pay homage to feminism. Another important object part of our past are Olivetti’s typewriters: with Typewriter Guns (2012) Éric wants “to trigger the idea that words are stronger than weapons and shape history.”

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