Jasmine Reimer is a Canadian artist currently based in Toronto, Ontario Canada. She completed the Master of Fine Art Program at The University of Guelph in 2015 and the Bachelor of Fine Art Program at Emily Carr University in 2009. She has exhibited internationally including exhibitions at Fondiazone Bennatton in Venice, Italy and The Art Students League in New York. Recent solo exhibitions include ‘Small Obstructions’ and ‘Coherent Disorder and Confused Arousal’ at Georgia Scherman Projects in Toronto, ‘Two Kinds of Anything’ at G Gallery, also in Toronto, and ‘the harder softer side’ at The Dunlop Art Gallery in Regina. In June she will participate in a two person exhibition with Andre Ethier at Projet Pangee in Montreal.
Reimer has been awarded many highly regarded grants and awards including the Canada Council for the Arts Project Grant and Ontario Arts Council Project Grant in 2015, Social Sciences, Research and Creation grant (SSHRC) in 2014 and British Columbia Arts Council Professional Development grant in 2011. In February 2017, she released her first book of poetry titled, Small Obstructions. Reimer is represented by Georgia Scherman Projects in Toronto.