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Lorraine Gilbert
Paysages canadiens 1988—2013

August 17 to October 27, 2013


© Lorraine Gilbert
Eaux troubles (detail)
from Le patrimoine series
Pigmented inks on paper
45,7 x 106,7 cm

In 1987, while planting trees in British Columbia, Gilbert began a seven-year photo project documenting the forestry industry from a tree planter’s point of view. The body of work that arose from this experience, Shaping the New Forest, testifies to the far-ranging impact of Canada’s natural resource exploitation on the environment. Twenty years later, Gilbert turned her camera on the landscape of Quebec and found it reshaped by economic parameters.

This exhibition presents photographs taken over the 25-year period from 1988 to 2013.


Presentation on Saturday, September 14 at 2pm
Opening \ Launch on Saturday, September 14 at 5pm
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Michel Lamothe
Fréquenter le paysage

Curator_ Pierre Rannou
November 9, 2013, to January 26, 2014


© Michel Lamothe
Chantier naval, Syros
Ink jet printing
61 x 76 cm

For many years now, Michel Lamothe has made the notion of landscape the core focus of his photography. This retrospective exhibition attempts to shed light on the different forms of exploration, and the consistent aspects, of what is far more than a simple theme.

The various series he has developed over the years seem to play, each in its own way, with the ambiguity inherent in the images, but also with our ability to truly see the world around us. The exhibition also includes works dealing with the human landscape.


Presentation on Saturday, November 9 at 2pm
Opening \ Launch on Saturday, November 9 at 3 pm
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Démarches2 : Exposant deux

Curator_ Johanne Lamoureux
February 8 to April 20, 2014


© Pascal Grandmaison
detail from a Grandmaison's work in the collection

Bernard Landriault and Michel Paradis have been collecting contemporary Quebec art for more than 25 years and presently own close to 200 works. At first glance, their collection appears eclectic, with no one medium, artist, theme or movement predominating. This is not surprising, since it began with diverse pieces that caught their fancy at exhibitions. But the works that attract them often share a peculiar feature, an invisible bond of kinship.


Presentation on Saturday, February 8 at 2pm
Opening \ Launch on Saturday, February 8 at 5pm
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Jean-Pierre Gauthier
Ceci n'est pas une machine

Curator_ Marie-Ève Beaupré
May 24 to July 27, 2014


© Jean-Pierre Gauthier
Orchestre à géométrie variable :
murales sonores 1 et 2

Kinetic and sound installation
Variable dimensions

Ceci n’est pas une machine takes stock of the key projects that have expanded the scope of Gauthier’s art over the past decade. Among other things, exhibition visitors will have the opportunity to experience a new immersive sound piece for acousmonium, titled Orchestre à géométrie variable, and to get a sense of his entire body of work through a variety of pieces.


Presentation on Saturday, May 24 at 2pm
Opening \ Launch on Saturday, May 24 at 5pm
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