Drawing

News and reviews of current and past drawing exhibitions at the Belgo.

Hello From Vermont à la Maison Kasini

August 25, 2012
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Hello From Vermont à la Maison Kasini

C’était la première fois que je visitais la Maison Kasini lorsque je m’y suis rendue cette semaine pour y voir Hello From Vermont. Je dois avoir arpenté les corridors du Belgo des dizaines et des dizaines de fois, mais pour une raison que j’ignore, je n’avais jamais mis les pieds dans cette galerie avant...

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Exokademia at Espace Robert Poulin

July 23, 2012
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Exokademia at Espace Robert Poulin

Exokademia, currently on show at Espace Robert Poulin, features a collection of works by Spanish speaking artists, Erik Jerezano, Mauricio Limon, Romulo Cesar, Matias Sanchez and Cristina Lama with special emphasis on the work of Osvaldo Ramirez-Castillo. A common theme in the work presented at Exokademia is the use of similar media such as...

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Galerie Donald Browne’s summer show: Who’s Paying You?

June 14, 2012
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Galerie Donald Browne’s summer show: Who’s Paying You?

Galerie Donald Browne’s summer show Who’s Paying You? presents a series of artworks that interrogate financial extravagance. There is a variety of media present, such as Jerôme Havre’s sculpture, Tag, Damien Hirst’s ceramic plate, Home Sweet Home, and Patrick Bernatchez’s photograph, Rose, all exploring themes of indulgence. Eric Simon’s Collapsed Incomplete Open Cube is...

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Belgo QuickNews

June 12, 2012
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Belgo QuickNews

Albert-Dumouchel Prize Winner Announced Arprim is currently exhibiting finalists of the 2012 Albert-Dumouchel Prize for emerging artists. The prize is awarded to student printmakers, and the exhibition Premier Impression includes works by Cassandre Boucher (UQAM), Andrée-Anne Carrier (UQAM), Ariane Paradis (Concordia), Karine Daviault (UQTR), Catherine Morin (U Laval), Fanny Parent (UQAM) and Sabina Rak...

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Vicious Cycles at Galerie SAS

May 29, 2012
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Vicious Cycles at Galerie SAS

The metaphor of turning in circles is the focus of Fabuleux cercles vicieux, currently on show at Galerie SAS. Curated by artist Patrick Bérubé, this exhibition unites the talents of Gwenaël Bélanger, Michel de Broin, Mathieu Latulippe, and Frédéric Lavoie, as well as the curator himself. The theme of the vicious circle is explored...

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Sarah Bertrand-Hamel’s Contingencies at Joyce Yahouda Gallery

May 10, 2012
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Sarah Bertrand-Hamel’s Contingencies at Joyce Yahouda Gallery

Sarah Bertrand-Hamel’s new exhibit, Contingencies, at the Joyce Yahouda Gallery is a perfect introduction to her unusual practice. In this series Bertrand-Hamel has cut and sewn together pieces of paper like a quilt. Some of these works are from paper she made herself, while others have designs and images painted and printed on them....

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Salon Masse at Galerie Pangée

April 30, 2012
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Salon Masse at Galerie Pangée

En Masse artists are presenting their personal artworks at Galerie Pangée – in technicolour! Known for their enormous black-and-white collaborative murals, the Salon Masse showcases the artists’ personal projects, which range from screen prints to painted skateboards. The walls at Galerie Pangée are covered from floor to ceiling with quirky neo-pop art, large-scale drawings,...

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Friday’s Favourite Four

April 13, 2012
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Friday’s Favourite Four

In honour of the art fair PAPIER12 this weekend, this week’s selection of four noteworthy artworks in the galleries of the Belgo building are works on paper. Clockwise from top left: Sarah Bertrand-Hamel at Galerie Joyce Yahouda, Laurent Craste at Galerie SAS, David K. Ross at Galerie B-312, Amy Ball at Les Territoires

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Promiscuous Infrastructures at Skol

April 9, 2012
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Promiscuous Infrastructures at Skol

The Centre des arts actuels Skol has transformed itself into a hothouse of innovation. Rather than showcasing the products of artists’ creativity, Skol is inviting the public to become creative themselves. The project Promiscuous Infrastructures is a playhouse for innovators, thinkers, tinkerers, debaters, creators, poets and artists. Everything is laid out for you: meeting...

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Mésures de Silence at Galerie Roger Bellemare | Galerie Christian Lambert

March 6, 2012
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Mésures de Silence at Galerie Roger Bellemare | Galerie Christian Lambert

Roger Bellemare and Christian Lambert are presenting another star-studded exhibition: Mésures de Silence features artworks by A-list artists such as Joseph Beuys, John Cage, Josef Albers, and Betty Goodwin. The works on display run the gamut from minimalist works (Galerie Bellemare’s forté), over small sculptures and objects, to representational paintings. What holds everything together...

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Calls for Entry

Skol Skol is now accepting submissions for its 2015-2016 programming year. Submissions may be for exhibitions or one-off projects such as: interventions, curatorial projects,...

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