Michael Flomen

Musée national des beaux-arts du Québec, pavillon Pierre Lassonde   Michael Flomen lets the creative forces of nature act on photosensitive paper during night performances under the moonlight.   Michael Flomen, Double Trouble, 2001, printed 2014   Michael Flomen (Montreal, Quebec) Born in 1952, Michael Flomen, a self-taught Montreal artist, has been practicing photography since […]

Meryl McMaster

Musée national des beaux-arts du Québec, pavillon Pierre Lassonde   Meryl McMaster performs in front of the camera to celebrate the land and its historical anchor points by portraying allegorical characters freely inspired by the Indigenous imagination.   © Meryl McMaster, Dream Catcher, 2015   Meryl McMaster (Siksika, Ontario) Meryl McMaster, born in 1988, has […]

Reno Salvail

Musée national des beaux-arts du Québec, pavillon Pierre Lassonde   Fascinated by cartography and astronomy, Reno Salvail fashions his relationship to the visible world by amalgamating the natural landscape with his inner worlds, whether psychic or corporal. Dive into the depths of the starry sky reflected on a river in Le souffle de Pégase.   […]

Rika Noguchi

VU (American space)   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   Rika Noguchi (Japan) Rika Noguchi was born in Saitama, Japan, in 1971. She completed her studies at […]

Anne-Marie Proulx

Maison de la littérature   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, Meshkanau (c’est un chemin), 2018   Anne-Marie Proulx (Quebec City, Quebec) Anne-Marie Proulx has a bachelor’s in visual arts and a master’s in art history, […]

Meryl McMaster

Place D’Youville   Printed on outdoor structures, Meryl McMaster’s photographic universes merge her personal mythologies and indigenous heritage.   © Meryl McMaster, Dream Catcher, 2015   Meryl McMaster (Siksika, Ontario) Meryl McMaster, born in 1988, has a bachelor’s degree from the Ontario College of Art and Design (2010). Her work has been exhibited at the […]

Anne-Marie Proulx

Maison de la littérature   Printed in large format on a light box, Anne-Marie Proulx’s poetic photograph taken on the Nitanissan on the Lower North Shore bears witness to a deep and sensitive attachment to the land.   Anne-Marie Proulx, Utshekatakushkau (il y a beaucoup d’étoiles), 2018   Anne-Marie Proulx (Quebec City, Quebec) Anne-Marie Proulx has a bachelor’s […]

Beat Streuli

Édifice Marie-Guyart   Beat Streuli acts as a chameleon by photographing anonymous pedestrians, unbeknownst to them, in their daily comings and goings amongst the perpetual buzzing of the urban jungle.   Beat Streuli, Fluid Street, 2008   Beat Streuli (Switzerland, Belgium) Born in 1957 in Altdorf, Switzerland, Beat Streuli studied at the Basel School of […]