[Winter 2001-2002] by Jacques Doyon In spite of the diversity of their modalities and subjects, the works brought together here are notable for their common interest in the sutures and marks in the landscape, the zones where significant transformations and their underlying issues are revealed surreptitiously or, on the contrary, concealed. These fault lines, or […]
[Spring 2002] This article was originally published only in French. You can read it by switching over to the French version of this page. Abstract Ivan Binet’s images are impossible panoramic views that retrace the wanderings of the photographer-walker in different regions of Quebec. First sketched out during the shooting, these panoramas truly take form […]
[Spring 2002] Unstable identities emerge in Manuel Piña’s mapping of place and historical past: memory assumes the form of the landscape itself. On Monuments comments on the rewriting of history, ideologies, and the obliteration of the past. Piña photographed sites where monuments were taken down during the 1959 Revolution. He presents these sites as discrete […]
[Spring 2002] This article was originally published only in French. You can read it by switching over to the French version of this page. Abstract Isabelle Hayeur’s work points as much to the idea of “realism” in photography as to that of authenticity of the landscape(s). These are linked issues, since the landscape is probably […]
[Spring 2002] This article was originally published only in French. You can read it by switching over to the French version of this page. Musée des beaux-arts de Montréal 23 janvier au 28 avril 2002 Abstract The retrospective exhibition Herbert List – Flâneur romantique raises questions that come less from the photographs than from the […]
[Spring 2002] Pierre-Francois Ouellette Art Contemporain, Montreal 12 Jan.–16 Feb. 2002 Marc Audette’s video and photography installation Écran is a unique juncture of various incompossibilities: the electronic media sphere of the video, digitally generated compositions, mechanically produced photographs, and the artist’s hands that were involved in the print development process. All vie for the viewer’s […]
Portfolios : IVAN BINET, MANUEL PINA, ISABELLE HAYEUR.
Reviews : Herbert List ou « la mise en présence de l’absence – Marc Audette, Marie-Jeanne Musiol, Corps de lumière / Bodies of Light, Vincent Lavoie – L’instant-monument.
Authors : Jacques Doyon, Sonia Pelletier, Petra Watson, Suzanne Paquet, Adriana Kolar, Maria Zimmermann Brendel, Sylvain Campeau, Guy Bellavance.