Suzanne Jacob. Laura Laur. France Ducasse. Jacques Brault. Madeleine Ouellette-Michalska. Volkswagen Blues. Jacques Savoie.
Fernand Ouellette. Lucie ou un midi en novembre. Louise Bouchard. Yvon Rivard. Les silences du corbeau. Gilles Archambault. Jacques Marchand. Jacques Folch-Ribas. Le Silence ou le Parfait Bonheur. Normand Chaurette. Christian Mistral. Louis Hamelin. La Rage.
La Mauvaise foi. Louis Lefebvre.
La croix du Nord. Gilles Pellerin. Louise Simard. Nancy Huston. Cantique des plaines. Rober Racine.
Robert Lalonde. Nicole Houde. Les Oiseaux de Saint-John Perse.
He's the CIA's deadliest agent. They come out Transformed, but the world too, and the reader with it. Galoots brings together his reports published in esquire and in the period between and Reassuringly, the female pronouns and negative polarity items and male quantifiers discussed earlier are still present. We can assume that the artist articulates both silver film and digital photography, linking the two techniques to create a final work which at the same time relies on tangible material and can be dematerialized in order to be transmitted to a wider audience.
Louis Jolicoeur. Roger Magini. Lise Vaillancourt. Cet imperceptible mouvement. Christiane Frenette. La Terre ferme. Lise Tremblay. La Danse juive.
Hugues Corriveau. La Petite Fille qui aimait trop les allumettes.
Christiane Duchesne. This city in the spirit of the times, offers me a fabulous work base. Like the air, I play with collages and urban photography. Je ne quitte jamais mon appareil photo. When I first saw his enormous pieces exploding in front of my eyes, I knew I had found my language. His torn billboard literally turned me upside down! It is also another reason why I love Berlin. There are still many billboards all over the city, so many things are happening here so I cut and tear bits of billboards all the time.
That is so much fun! Il y des affiches partout, Il se passe plein de choses …. Being able to be free to divert a insignificant distroyed place with humor in order to startle and offer an opportunity to have a positive reflexion on our environment and also on time, is a very enjoyable creating approach for me. So, a lot t of freedom, a pinch of self derision, sprinkled with a great sense of humor acquired during my 15 years in London thanks to the Brits!
And everything you imagine is real! Please tell us what you are currently working on and what you are looking forward to this year in terms of exhibitions? While listening to an interview of Joan Jones, a famous American video artist, I got so inspired by her words, I ran to my studio where I stayed for a solid 8 hours:. We see something and then we think of something else, then again something else and this creates an idea, a vision.
Putting things together to say something. I through myself into an installation in several dimensions. Yes, I am a true European Artist! After traveling the world for the last decade, he established himself in Berlin where he can continue to do what he loves best, working with talented artists! In a draught everything flies creating a three-dimensional scenery.
I am so spiritual that I am often asked which drugs am I using! My answer usually surprise people, my drug is freedom.