A science-fiction story inspired by photo novels and comics about the planet’s last known iceberg.
The current edition of the Banlieue! Triennial looks at the presence of nature in North American suburbs, praised for their natural setting.
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.
If you could start from nothing how would you imagine the world? ” Humanity is at a turning point. Should we persist in our habits or become aware of our repetitive way of life in order to rebuild from the ground up? “
What Plants Can Tell , with artists Evergon and Jean-Jacques Ringuette of Chromogenic Curmudgeons (Montréal), Joscelyn Gardner (London, Ontario), Catherine Lescarbeau (Gatineau), Marie-Eve Martel (Blainville), Émilie Payeur (Montréal), Amélie Proulx (Lévis), and Laura St.Pierre (Saskatoon), presented at the Stewart-Hall Art Gallery, from December 7, 2019 to Januaray 19, 2020. Human activity is closely connected to… Continue reading What Plants Can Tell
Mitch Mitchell, Sarah Thibault and Yannick Pouliot revisit the decorative arts and reflect on ornamentation, domesticity and history at the Château Dufresne, Musée et site historique et patrimonial.
A live creation experience: twelve artists from Quebec, Canada, France and the United States at work around the theme Past in the Present.
Disorientation brings together the video and video-interactive works On Disappearance (2012) and Transit (2013) by the Finnish artist Lauri Astala.
In 2016, the 34th Baie-Saint-Paul International Symposium of Contemporary Art, explored phenomena concerned with mobilities and the imaginary motivating it.
This exhibition highlights Marie Coté’s interest in the material, space and sound that link ceramics to a prime experience of Earth.