Event : Papier 16 Art Fair
Date : March 22nd – April 24th, 2016
Lieu : Hangar 16 – Quai de l’horloge, Old Port of Montreal
Solo Exhibition : Around 3:59
Openning : March 5th, 3:00 P.M.
Galerie Art Mûr
5826 St-Hubert, Montreal
Openning : August 27th, 2016
Maison des Arts de Laval
1395 boulevard de la Concorde Ouest, Laval, Québec.
Curator : Bénédicte Ramade
Installation : Flots
Openning : February 27th, 14h
As part of the exhibiton Faux-Semblants with: Maude Bernier-Chabot, Patrick Bérubé, Simon Bilodeau, Karine Payette, Pierre et Marie
Curator : Catherine Barnabé
Centre d’exposition Lethbridge
2727, boulevard Thimens, Saint-Laurent
Work integrated to the architecture (1%) : Écho-Gnition
Cégep de l’Outaouais
Installation : Nos bergers…
Public Art Manifestation on Sainte-Catherine street from Saint-Hubert to Papineau, Montreal
Installation : Fugue > de fugere > fuite
Opening : Thusday Mai 14th, 8pm
Suite 114 – 5455 Gaspé, Montreal
Dedicated exclusively to the promotion of art on paper, Papier is one of the most important fairs of its kind in North America. The event is an important catalyst for the Canadian contemporary art market and constitutes a unique meeting ground for the greater public, art enthusiasts and professionals alike. For its 8th edition, Papier will present 40 Canadian galleries, demonstrating the liveliness of Montreal as a major center for contemporary art.
Contemporary Art Fair of Works on Paper
Complexe de Gaspé – Galerie Art Mûr
5445 de Gaspé, Montreal
The store front (showcase) reveals as much as it conceals; it simulates, but equally isolates the viewer. Paradoxically, this alienation triggers both a desire and creates a deprivation. Consequently, we are simultaneously presented with an object of desire and of frustration. Inspired by vanities, the work reveals ambition and hope on one hand and on the other, wealth and pleasure, and even loss of identity or stupidity. As a symbol of vain greed, the work exposes the worthlessness of certain pleasures and ephemeral desires and points to the absurdity and to the possible traps that these lay. The installation questions our constant quest to power, control and comfort and seeks to show that despite all precautions, certain things escape us and that we remain ostensibly vulnerable as victims of our own futile desires.
West 10th Window
223 – 225 West 10th Street, NYC