My father was a geologist and my childhood was steeped in the scientific vocabulary specific to his field. To me, words like igneous, metamorphic and sedimentary rock embody the hard kernel of my father, his fascination with apparently inert matter and his singular awareness of long duration.
Review of the exhibition : Önenha’; Wen’wa’/ [Superimpositions]Alexis Gros-Louis, artist (Curator: Terry Randy Awashish)Shé:kon Gallery, Montreal, Project Space, Biennial of Contemporary Aboriginal Art (BACA), from May 7 to June 18, 2022 (Published in Vie des arts Webzine)
A review of the exhibition Ciels racines, presented at Arprim, center d’essai en art imprimé, Montreal, from January 21 to February 26, 2022.
A review of Mathieu Cardin’s exhibition, presented at the artist center L’Œil de poisson in Quebec City at the end of 202, published in the n° 266 (Spring 2022) of Vie des arts.
Mexican-born artist living in the Eastern Townships since 2011, Estela López Solís is interested in the intimate life of beings, places and things and the emotional realities they hide.
A Review of Mail Art. A Retrospective of 24 years of Mail Art by Pierre Bruneau, Maison de la culture Janine-Sutto, from January 28 to April 1, 2021
Personally challenged during my visit to Estela López Solís’ Susurrantes in 2017, I express in the selection and interpretation of the works, the intimate connection felt in front of them and will encourage visitors to explore their own sensibilities in turn.
I travel the city on foot, by bike and by public transportation and enjoy discovering works of art along the way. My selection of favorites is a tribute to the many women artists who shape the public spaces I frequent on a daily basis.
Since 2014, Catherine Lescarbeau has been producing bio-critical conceptual works, under the name of a fictional horticultural service company called The Office Plant Department.
Launched in early January 2020, Le catalogue des plantes de bureau de L’UQO (The Catalogue of Office Plants at UQO), a book in French that reports on two exhibitions by Catherine Lescarbeau presented at the UQO Gallery and the Darling Foundry in Montreal in 2016.