at the Livart, Montreal
at Bruck Museum
The exhibition Exquisite Corpses was intended to evolve and was experienced as a residence where the museum space was transformed into a research laboratory.
Verdun Cultural Center
Lying down, bare and vulnerable, The Recumbents form a narrow corridor that recalls of a landscape. A sculpture on the ground evokes the cloth where the body is deposited at birth and at death.
Old Presbytery Exhibition Center of St-Bruno de Montarville, Quebec
This group exhibition features the work of Thérèse Chabot, Ashley Miller and Francesca Penserini. The works deal with notions of passage of time, cycles of life, the relationship of man to nature and manifestations of the spiritual in the tangible.
In 2013, I presented my artwork in two contemporary exhibition spaces located in Italy. Spazio Nobili is named after the native artist Leonardo Nobili. Situated in the historic “Palazzo” of the municipality of Montelabbate, Spazio Nobili is a member of SPAC (System For Contemporary Art), a network of museum spaces located in the province of Pesaro/ Urbino.
Having seen the artwork in Montellabate, Davide Leoni offered to show the drawings and prints in his art gallery of Via Giordano Bruno, situated in the historical center of the city of Pesaro.
CNE, Jonquière, Quebec
MAC, Baie St-Paul, Quebec
Galerie d’art de Blainville, Quebec
Musée Marius Barbeau, Beauce, Quebec
Centre Léo-Ayotte, Shawinigan, Quebec
Centre d’exposition de Val-David, Quebec
Vaste et Vague, Carleton sur Mer, Quebec
Espace Création, Montreal, Quebec
Conceived by Louis Pelletier, the curator of Loto-Quebec’s Art Collection, the exhibition Tracés gathers a selection of the acquisitions made in 2010. The exhibition’s tour, inaugurated in Montreal Espace Création gallery, in January 2011, allows following the evolution of Loto-Quebec’s Art Collection through these artists’ traces.
Pierrefonds/ Roxboro Cultural Center, Montreal, Quebec
Centre d’exposition d’Amos, Abitibi Témiscamingue, Quebec
Centre d’Exposition du Vieux Presbytère, Saint-Bruno de Montarville, Quebec
USINE C, Montreal, Quebec
Art Mûr, Montreal, Quebec
This series proposes meditations on textures, surfaces: some poetic and formal equivalence between drawings and sculpted objects.