CHLOÉ BEAULAC
APPARENCES
Current Exhibition
From September 15 to December 15, 2019
LUC PALLEGOIX
APPARENCES
Current Exhibition
From September 15 to December 15, 2019
CATHERINE RONDEAU
APPARENCES
Current Exhibition
From September 15 to December 15, 2019

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CURRENT EXHIBITION
CHLOÉ BEAULAC
Apparences

September 15 to December 15, 2019

Apparences de Chloé Beaulac

In Apparences (Appearances), the multidiscliplinary artist Chloé Beaulac, through symbolic images, masterfully depicts the relationship between human beings, nature and the land. The exhibition encompasses three distinct series whose imaginative and mystical narratives prompt the viewer to contemplate and question their meaning. Photomontages, serigraphs, pyrography (wood burning) and drawings are among the various techniques employed by Chloé Beaulac, who specializes in art prints. The images offer a veritable « pilgrimage », through the dreamlike universe of the artist, during which viewers discover unusual sanctuaries, follow a photographic road trip around rural Quebec and encounter mystical creatures in unfamiliar habitats.

LUC PALLEGOIX
Apparences

September 15 to December 15, 2019

Apparences Luc Pallegoix

The artist and author Luc Pallegoix has created two photographic series that oppose and yet compliment one another. Le cerf ectomorphe – The queer deer is a sequence of images showing a herd of “men deer”. These human beings with animal heads, intermingle and observe us in a kind of zoomorphic, quirky human comedy that reflects modern life.

The series Les petits mondes (« Little Worlds ») offers an altered vision of our environment, inviting the viewer to see the world with all its nuances and splendour. Fascinating and all-encompassing, the exhibition raises as many questions as answers, revealing that even if one’s body is fragile and in bad shape, there is beauty nonetheless.

CATHERINE RONDEAU
Apparences

September 15 to December 15, 2019

Apparences Catherine Rondeau

An enchanted world! The work of artist/photographer Catherine Rondeau explores a remarkable universe – the imagination of a child. Inspired by fairy tales, her work reflects the way that children play act at being heroes or tell incredible stories, as a way of confronting their fears and fulfilling their desires. Her images are expressive and full of wonder! Viewers can’t help but be lured into the world of children as they negotiate the challenging path towards adulthood.   

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