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February 2019

Villa Bagatelle – George Shaw et Thomas Bewick

February 15 - May 12
Villa Bagatelle, 1360 avenue James-LeMoine, Québec
Québec, Canada
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Gratuit

George Shaw’s paintings depict suburban woodlands—secret havens from his youth—to address the ever-present themes of death and eroticism. Thomas Bewick’s Tale-Pieces are miniature eighteenth-century masterpieces representing, in minute detail, irreverent anecdotes that deliver moral lessons and prominent social criticisms. George Shaw et Thomas Bewick

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Bibliothèque Aliette-Marchand – Anne D’Amours McDonald et Julien St-Georges Tremblay

February 15 - March 25
Bibliothèque Aliette-Marchand, 243, boulevard Pierre-Bertrand
Québec, Canada
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Gratuit

Through artificial intermediaries, untouched nature is often idealized. The artists presented explore beyond interfaces to try and grasp this notion both intangible and familiar. Reformulated by individual experience, the model environment becomes a personal aesthetic. In this exhibition, perspectives converge to reconnect with the wilderness. Anne D’Amours McDonald et Julien St-Georges Tremblay

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Bibliothèque Monique-Corriveau – Anne D’Amours McDonald et Julien St-Georges Tremblay

February 15 - March 25
Bibliothèque Monique-Corriveau, 1100 Route de l’Église
Québec, Canada
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Through artificial intermediaries, untouched nature is often idealized. The artists presented explore beyond interfaces to try and grasp this notion both intangible and familiar. Reformulated by individual experience, the model environment becomes a personal aesthetic. In this exhibition, perspectives converge to reconnect with the wilderness. Anne D’Amours McDonald et Julien St-Georges Tremblay

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Bibliothèque Gabrielle-Roy – Anne D’Amours McDonald et Julien St-Georges Tremblay

February 15 - March 25
Bibliothèque Gabrielle-Roy, 350, rue Saint-Joseph Est
Québec, Canada
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Through artificial intermediaries, untouched nature is often idealized. The artists presented explore beyond interfaces to try and grasp this notion both intangible and familiar. Reformulated by individual experience, the model environment becomes a personal aesthetic. In this exhibition, perspectives converge to reconnect with the wilderness. Anne D’Amours McDonald et Julien St-Georges Tremblay

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Bibliothèque Neufchâtel – Anne D’Amours McDonald et Julien St-Georges Tremblay

February 15 - March 25
Bibliothèque Neufchâtel, 4060, rue Blain
Québec, Canada
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Through artificial intermediaries, untouched nature is often idealized. The artists presented explore beyond interfaces to try and grasp this notion both intangible and familiar. Reformulated by individual experience, the model environment becomes a personal aesthetic. In this exhibition, perspectives converge to reconnect with the wilderness. Anne D’Amours McDonald et Julien St-Georges Tremblay

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Musée national des beaux-arts du Québec – Central Exhibition

February 16 - April 21
Musée national des beaux-arts du Québec, pavillon Pierre Lassonde, 179, Grande Allée Ouest
Québec, G1R 2H1 Canada
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20$

Exposition centrale

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Galerie des arts visuels – Oliver Beer

February 16 - April 7
Galerie des arts visuels, 295, boulevard Charest Est #404
Québec city, Québec G1K3G8 Canada
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Reanimation (Baloo Stripped Bare), a video produced in collaboration with 2500 children, is presented as a cacophonous installation at the Galerie des arts visuels. Oliver Beer

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Regart – Shimabuku

February 16 - April 7
Regart, centre d’artistes en art actuel, 5956, rue Saint-Laurent
Lévis, Québec g6v3p4 Canada
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Shimabuku’s video Swan goes to the sea recounts the whimsical journey of swan pedal boats returning to the sea, accompanied by a moving original soundtrack. Shimabuku

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Le Lieu – Nadia Myre

February 16 - April 7
Le Lieu, centre en art actuel, 345, rue du Pont
Québec city, Québec G1K6M4 Canada
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Nadia Myre juxtaposes her personal experience with that of others to inspire introspection, revisit colonial history, and foster intercultural dialogue. Nadia Myre

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Engramme – Christiane Baumgartner

February 16 - April 21
Engramme, 510, Côte d'abraham
Québec city, Québec G1K 3P9 Canada
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Developed in various artistic mediums, Christiane Baumgartner’s series draw from her explorations of the local water sources and treatment systems done over a Manif d’art residency in collaboration with Engramme. Christiane Baumgartner

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Materia – Polly Apfelbaum

February 16 - April 20
Materia, 395, boulevard Charest Est
Québec city, Québec G1k Canada
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Inspired by the colourful patterns of 19th century Scandinavian whalers’ hats, Polly Apfelbaum made custom wool hats for each artist of the Biennial in her Mutts and Mugs: Chicken Little was Right! The sky is falling. Polly Apfelbaum

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La Bande Vidéo – Felipe Castelblanco

February 16 - April 21
La Bande Vidéo, 620, Côte d'Abraham
Québec city, Québec g1k3p9 Canada
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During a Manif d’art residency in collaboration with La Bande Vidéo, Felipe Castelblanco added Quebec City to the transnational destinations of his Driftless journey aboard a precarious raft. Felipe Castelblanco

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L’Œil de Poisson – Lutz & Guggisberg

February 16 - April 21
l’Œil de Poisson, 580, côte d'abraham
Québec city, Québec g1k3p9 Canada
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The Lutz & Guggisberg duo is taking over L’Œil de Poisson’s gallery with thousands of clay figurines accumulated into a chaotic and disproportionate microcosm. Lutz & Guggisberg

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VU (Espace américain) – Rika Noguchi

February 16 - April 21
VU, 550, Côte d'Abraham
Québec city, Québec G1K 3P9 Canada
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During a Manif d’art residency in collaboration with VU, Rika Noguchi turned her unusual photographic vision on arborists at work, those agile climbers caring for trees way up high. Rika Noguchi

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Maison de la littérature – Anne-Marie Proulx

February 16 - April 21
Maison de la littérature, 40, rue Saint-Stanislas
Québec, Canada
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Anne-Marie Proulx draws on the knowledge and symbolic heritage of the Innu communities to restore human relationships with the land through intercultural dialogue. Anne-Marie Proulx

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Musée huron-wendat – Hannah Claus

February 16 - April 21
Musée huron-wendat, 15 Place de la Rencontre Ekionkiestha’
Wendake, Canada
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Hannah Claus invests the Yadia’wish (Turtle) gallery with three video works highlighting the interconnections between the Earth and its plants; water and its reflections; the Sky and its stars. Hannah Claus

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Public Art – Quebec City

February 16 - April 21
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Gratuit

Public Art

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Maison Tessier-dit-Laplante – Anne-Sophie Blanchet

February 16 - April 21
Maison Tessier-dit-Laplante, 2328, avenue Royale
Québec, Canada
Gratuit

The landscape represents fragmented, interpreted, sublimated nature… It exists only in the eye of the beholder. Through the eyes of five artists from Quebec City and Saint-Jean-Port-Joli, we are invited to apprehend the environment—and the society in which we live—in a new light Anne-Sophie Blanchet

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Espace Parenthèses – Isabel Trépanier

February 16 - April 21
Espace Parenthèses – Cégep de Sainte-Foy, 2410, chemin Sainte-Foy
Québec, Canada
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The human phenomenon and all that surrounds it is inherently natural. Reflecting on our role within the natural order of things, this exhibition questions the power of the land versus the power of humanity. How does the human presence affect the land and, conversely, how does the land affect the human body? Isabel Trépanier

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Musée d’art contemporain de Baie-Saint-Paul – Frédérique Renaud

February 16 - April 21
Musée d’art contemporain de Baie-Saint-Paul, 23, rue Ambroise-Fafard
Baie-Saint-Paul,
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Inspired by the landscape tradition of Charlevoix, this exhibition offers a contemplative look at nature from a reversed perspective: from the infinitely large to the infinitely small. The chosen artists approach the landscape in its minute detail rather than in its entirety. These fragmentary visions poignantly channel the grandeur of natural panoramic views. Frédérique Renaud

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Hôtel Château Laurier – Michelle Drapeau

February 16 - April 21
Hôtel Château Laurier, 690, avenue Wilfrid Laurier
Québec, Québec Canada
Gratuit

Bishop subverts the Canadian landscape tradition by recognizing the real impact of urban sprawl on the land. These painted environments reflect the prevalence of cars and hyperconsumerism in our current lives. The natural and the artificial coexist nonetheless: despite the imposition of industrial infrastructures on the landscape, nature continues its course with its changing seasons and climate. Michelle Drapeau

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Ni Vu Ni Cornu – Jeanne Couture

February 23 - April 21
Ni Vu Ni Cornu, 10005, avenue Royale
Sainte-Anne-de-Beaupré, Canada
Gratuit

This exhibition of women artists is an invitation to a contemplative and dreamlike stroll. Crafts and the visual arts converge in these works of a delicate, poetic, and reenchanted nature. Both lyrical and romantic in nature, the curatorial proposition longs for the longing for a reharmonization of our mistreated ecosystem. Jeanne Couture

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March 2019

Art, the Everyday, and Nature – Symposium – Musée national des beaux-arts du Québec

March 22 @ 12 h 00 min - March 23 @ 19 h 00 min
Musée national des beaux-arts du Québec, pavillon Pierre Lassonde, 179, Grande Allée Ouest
Québec, G1R 2H1 Canada
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15$

15$ (10$ for students) Enhance your experience

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Salle Multi du MNBAQ – Jason Béliveau

March 23 @ 17 h 00 min - 19 h 00 min
Gratuit

American filmmaker Kelly Reichardt considers physical space as a decisive factor in the psychology of the characters she films. Before the projection of Certain Women, the curator will present Reichardt’s work in comparison to that of photographers and visual artists such as Stephen Shore and Milton Clark Avery. Jason Béliveau

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Les Ateliers du Réacteur – Sèvia Pellissier et Florence Gariépy

March 29 - March 31
Les Ateliers du Réacteur, 731, rue St-Vallier Est
Québec, Canada
Gratuit

MARS offers a foray into the creative world of students in the Visual Arts Master’s program. Presented outside of their workshops, the project allows one to explore their practices in their relationship with the group environment, while affirming each artists’ individuality. Sèvia Pellissier et Florence Gariépy

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