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.
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.
On a masterful installation by Ludovic Boney presented at the Visual Arts Gallery from April 11 to May 19, 2019 and designed specifically for the venue.
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
On the installation The Time it Takes | Le Temps qu’il faut (2014 – 2019) by Anne Ramsden presented at Occurrence. Espace d’art et d’essai contemporains (Montréal), March 14 – April 20, 2019.
On an installation by Ludovic Boney at Centre Action Art Actuel (Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu, Qc), March 15 – April 21, 2018, subsequently adapted for Le Lieu – Centre en art actuel (Quebec City) in 2019 and Galerie Pierre-François-Ouellette Art Contemporain (Montreal) in 2021.
For the Mois Multi 2018’s program, Graeme Patterson adapted an installation originally designed for the BMO Project Room, a small office on the 68th floor of the Bank of Montreal’s Toronto headquarters, which annually hosts an artist project that can be visited by appointment.