Trevor Gould born in Johannesburg South Africa lives and works in Montréal where he is a professor in sculpture at Concordia University since 1989. He was also a Stiftungs Professor in 2003 at the Hochschule für Gestaltung Offenbach am Main, Germany. Gould has a diploma in art from the Johannesburg College of Art, a degree in Sociology from the University of South Africa and an MA on contemporary Canadian Sculpture from Institute of Canadian Studies, Carlton University Ottawa.
The work of Gould is shown nationally as well as internationally: Museum of Contemporary Art Montréal, (2012, 2007 and 1998), at the XIII Biennale Internationale di Sculptura di Carrrara, Italy (2007) ), at the Casino du Luxembourg (2006), the National museum of Fine Arts Québec, Québec (2005), Musée Gassendi Digne-les-Bains France (2004), the National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa (2001), the Biennale de Montréal (1998), the Johannesburg Biennale (1995). Gould has realized public works in Canada (1993), in Germany (2008 et 2006) and recently in France le Pavillon d’Hannibal inaugurated in Le Vernet, Provence.
Gould is represented by Galerie Hugues Charbonneau in Montréal, by Galerie Arte Giani in Frankfurt, Germany, and by Galerie Marena Rooms in Turin, Italiy. His work is represented in many museum and corporate collections in Canada, Poland, Italy, France and Germany.