David Trautrimas explores contemporary cultural phenomena in a multi-media practice that has encompassed sculpture, installation, photography, and printmaking. Oscillating between abstracted and representational renderings, Trautrimas examines popular icons and everyday objects.
David Trautrimas’s work has been the subject of numerous exhibitions in Canada and internationally including solo exhibitions at The Canadian Embassy’s Prince Takamodo Gallery, Tokyo; dnj Gallery, Los Angeles; Zalucky Contemporary, Toronto; Hartell Gallery at Cornell University, Ithaca New York; and Eckhart Gallery, The Hague. His works have been shown at public art institutions including The Korean Art Center, Seoul; Museum of Canadian Contemporary Art, Toronto; The Art Gallery of Hamilton; The Gardiner Museum, Toronto; The Art Gallery of Windsor; and Queensland Center for Photography in Brisbane, Australia. His work may be found in numerous public and private collections including The New Mexico Museum of Contemporary Art, Foreign Affairs Canada, Microsoft, GO Transit and the Bank Of Montreal.
David Trautrimas grew up in Belleville Ontario and is now based in Hamilton, Ontario.