Nathalie Daoust

Nathalie Daoust was born in Montreal, where she studied photography at the Cegep du Vieux-Montreal and trained to the 3d technique.
In her first solo exhibition at the Usine C of Montreal, in 1999, she presented a series of photographs taken at the Carlton Arms Hotel in New York, which were published in 2002, in her book entitled “New York Hotel Story”. She has since participated in several solo and group exhibitions in Canada, the United States, England, Spain and Tokyo. Her photographs have been the subject of many publications and were awarded several prizes.
The photo documentary Tokyo Pin Up Girls captures the exceptional living beauty of fifty young girls from all over the world, united in Japan to perform striptease. To interpret the bizarre reality of multicultural striptease, Nathalie Daoust combines her sense of peculiar aesthetic and Lenticular technology to permit the animation of the image.