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Jean-Benoit Pouliot — Tilt and Shift: Flexible Images

March 10th, 2017 § 0 comments § permalink

Jean-Benoit Pouliot Lunettes superposantes, 2016 Lunettes modifiées et miroirs Modified glasses and mirror

Jean-Benoit Pouliot
Lunettes superposantes, 2016
Lunettes modifiées et miroirs
Modified glasses and mirror

Galerie Hugues Charbonneau is delighted to present a new exhibition by Jean-Benoit Pouliot in which he adopts a conceptual and reflexive approach to the painting object. The different states of this exploration variously take shape in photography, painting and in installation or sculpture.

Tilt and Shift: Flexible Images is a project that investigates the image/object relationship through an active reflection on the contemporary conditions of the image’s appearance, transformation and distribution. Jean-Benoit Pouliot takes his own production of abstract paintings as a staring point to release the images that are inherent in them; these images will consequently be free, flexible and will continue to follow their course independently of their primary support. Does the image keep on moving beyond the point where the painting ends? If yes, in what shapes? In what spaces?

Jean-Benoit Pouliot Glissement découpé 1, 2015 Impression jet d’encre sur papier glacé opaque, monté sous plexi sans reflet, sur sintra Ink jet print on glossy opaque paper, mounted under plexi without reflexion, on sintra 36 x 32 cm (14’’ x 12 1/2’’)

Jean-Benoit Pouliot
Glissement découpé 1, 2015
Impression jet d’encre sur papier glacé opaque, monté sous plexi sans reflet, sur sintra
Ink jet print on glossy opaque paper, mounted under plexi without reflexion, on sintra
36 x 32 cm (14’’ x 12 1/2’’)

Nowadays the image can be easily detached from its primary physical reality: it can move, appear and disappear on command depending on the digital vessel that is conveying it. Jean-Benoit Pouliot has sought to contain this new image ubiquity by personally directing several second lives of his paintings along hypothetical paths.The interventions he carries out deeply probe the physical relation that the painting intrinsically sets up between the image and the object. In the gallery space this process triggers a play of echoes between the canvasses and their photographic, textual and sculptural iterations. The paintings were digitized, stretched, cut up, photocopied, put under the microscope or described in words. This approach on several fronts enables the artist to foreground the limits and impacts of digital media in our relationship to the image. Jean-Benoit Pouliot stages his paintings and by the same token, he reframes the way in which we behold them. In reflecting the image by way of the painting, he proposes to take the time to “re-view” the painting by way of the image.

Jean-Benoit Pouliot Sans-titre, 2017 Acrylique sur toile Acrylic on canvas 35,5 x 27,9 cm (14” x 11”)

Jean-Benoit Pouliot
Sans-titre, 2017
Acrylique sur toile
Acrylic on canvas
35,5 x 27,9 cm (14” x 11”)

Jean-Benoit Pouliot

Jean-Benoit Pouliot (b. 1975) is a self-taught artist who began his career in the early 2000s through the medium of printmaking. Painting gained a central place in his practice in 2008, and since then, Pouliot has participated in several solo and group exhibitions in Canada and the United-States. He has also participated in Nuit Blanche Toronto (2016), the public art happening Aires libres in Montréal (2014), the Extreme Painting event in Montréal (2013 and 2010), as well as the Multi Month 10 in Québec City (2009). His works are in numerous private and institutional collections, such as the Musée national des beaux-arts du Québec, Bibliothèque et Archives nationales du Québec, Loto-Québec, National Bank, Bank of Montreal, TD Bank, Mouvement Desjardins, and the collection of the Cirque du Soleil, among others.

Jean-Benoit Pouliot, L'image souple : Inclinaisons et déclinaisons [exposition_exhibition], 2017, Galerie Hugues Charbonneau, Montréal, Canada.

Jean-Benoit Pouliot, L’image souple : Inclinaisons et déclinaisons [exposition_exhibition], 2017, Galerie Hugues Charbonneau, Montréal, Canada.

Jean-Benoit Pouliot, L'image souple : Inclinaisons et déclinaisons [exposition_exhibition], 2017, Galerie Hugues Charbonneau, Montréal, Canada.

Jean-Benoit Pouliot, L’image souple : Inclinaisons et déclinaisons [exposition_exhibition], 2017, Galerie Hugues Charbonneau, Montréal, Canada.

Jean-Benoit Pouliot, L'image souple : Inclinaisons et déclinaisons [exposition_exhibition], 2017, Galerie Hugues Charbonneau, Montréal, Canada.

Jean-Benoit Pouliot, L’image souple : Inclinaisons et déclinaisons [exposition_exhibition], 2017, Galerie Hugues Charbonneau, Montréal, Canada.

Jean-Benoit Pouliot, L'image souple : Inclinaisons et déclinaisons [exposition_exhibition], 2017, Galerie Hugues Charbonneau, Montréal, Canada.

Jean-Benoit Pouliot, L’image souple : Inclinaisons et déclinaisons [exposition_exhibition], 2017, Galerie Hugues Charbonneau, Montréal, Canada.

Écrans: Maryse Goudreau, Trevor Gould, Jean-Benoit Pouliot, Lucie Robert and Julie Trudel

June 26th, 2015 § 0 comments § permalink

Maryse Goudreau Manifestation pour la mémoire des quais (détail) 2011 Négatif de verre au collodion humide numérisé, Impression jet d’encre, papier baryté Digitaslised collodion glass negative, inkjet print  Ed. 5 2 comp. : 100 cm x 80 cm ch. | ea.

Maryse Goudreau
Manifestation pour la mémoire des quais (détail)
2011
Négatif de verre au collodion humide numérisé, Impression jet d’encre, papier baryté
Digitaslised collodion glass negative, inkjet print
Ed. 5
2 comp. : 100 cm x 80 cm ch. | ea.

Galerie Hugues Charbonneau opens the summer season with a group exhibition bringing together the work of gallery artists, Trevor Gould, Jean-Benoit Pouliot and Julie Trudel, as well as invited artists Maryse Goudreau and Lucie Robert. The works exhibited in Écrans all explore the concept of ‘the screen,’whether it be through pictoral, historical, physical or political means.

Trevor Gould To be titled 2015 Aquarelle Watercolour 61 x 46 cm (24’’ x 18’’)

Trevor Gould
To be titled
2015
Aquarelle
Watercolour
61 x 46 cm (24’’ x 18’’)

Screens provide a paradox – they are simultaneously capable of being both revealing and concealing. This duality which constructs and conditions our gaze, expresses the inevitable incompleteness of the images that surround us as they evoke what is left out and what underwrites them. The screen then becomes an aesthetic, political and philosophical device, that allows us to analyze and understand the world we live in. It mobilizes ideas around interpretation or fractured narratives as it nourishes a broader understanding of our relationship with the immaterial, the fleeting.

Jean-Benoit Pouliot Glissement No3 2015 Impression jet d’encre sur film rétro éclairage hp montée sur aluminium Inkjet print on backlit hp film mounted on aluminium Ed. 2

Jean-Benoit Pouliot
Glissement No3
2015
Impression jet d’encre sur film rétro éclairage hp montée sur aluminium
Inkjet print on backlit hp film mounted on aluminium
Ed. 2

A conduit for art straddling material and media, the screen can be understood as a physical or abstract support, but can also be seen as a historical and cultural construction, as a body-image norm-establishing weapon, as iconographic and conceptual foliation…Finally, the idea of the screen refers to a whole archeology of images and to a history of ideas.

Louise Robert Gestes noir sur blanc no.3 2014 Encre et fil cousu sur papier coton Ink and sewn wire on cotton paper  55 x 37 cm (21.5” x 14.5”)

Louise Robert
Gestes noir sur blanc no.3
2014
Encre et fil cousu sur papier coton
Ink and sewn wire on cotton paper
55 x 37 cm (21.5” x 14.5”)

Julie Trudel Chevauchements T123F123 2013 acrylique sur panneau acrylic on panel 19” x 24” (photo : Martin Désilets)

Julie Trudel
Chevauchements T123F123
2013
acrylique sur panneau
acrylic on panel
19” x 24”
(photo : Martin Désilets)

Julie Trudel Bifurcation NBN 2014 Gesso et acrylique sur MDF, marouflé sur contreplaqué  Gesso and acrylic on MDF mounted on plywood 60 x 74 cm (24” x 29”)

Julie Trudel
Bifurcation NBN
2014
Gesso et acrylique sur MDF, marouflé sur contreplaqué
Gesso and acrylic on MDF mounted on plywood
60 x 74 cm (24” x 29”)

Jean-Benoit Pouliot: Counterpoints

September 29th, 2014 § 0 comments § permalink

Jean-Benoît Pouliot Sans titre 2013-2014 Acrylique sur toile Acrylic on canvas 170 x 132 cm (67

Jean-Benoît Pouliot
Sans titre
2013-2014
Acrylique sur toile
Acrylic on canvas
170 x 132 cm (67″ x 52″)

Galerie Hugues Charbonneau is pleased to present its second solo exhibition of work by the artist Jean-Benoit Pouliot. The assembled works each activate, in their own singular way, the notion of ‘counterpoint’, as borrowed from the world of music, referencing a compositional technique based on the layering of several independent melodies.

Jean-Benoît Pouliot Sans titre 2013-2014 Acrylique sur toile Acrylic on canvas 170 x 132 cm (67

Jean-Benoît Pouliot
Sans titre
2013-2014
Acrylique sur toile
Acrylic on canvas
170 x 132 cm (67″ x 52″)

Contrepoints

The artist invites the viewer to consider the uniqueness of each painting as the basis of a perceptual experience that unfolds separately from the idea of a finished body of work, set in time. In this way, the exhibition’s common denominator is not a particular theme developed as a series, but rather, is considered in the broadest sense of the artist’s methodology, which over the past fifteen years has explored concepts of rhythm, transparency and accidents, through painting, performance, printmaking or photography. Contrepoints also seeks to demonstrate the influence and the importance of time in the work of Jean-Benoit Pouliot. In the studio, the artist works on several paintings simultaneously, thereby establishing a dialogue between pieces that are barely begun and others that are near completion. In this way, the interruptions he provokes become a determining compositional factor in the constructive process of the works, since the artist suspends the paintings in a provisional state that opens their potential, not only for action in the present, but also for external pictorial influences. This notion of a continuum, or temporal flow, linking each of these finished and in-progress works in all their singularity, allows the exhibition space to transform itself into an open, neutral ground, where formal comparisons can be liberally made and unmade between the works.

Jean-Benoit Pouliot  Sans titre 2014 acrylique sur toile acrylic on canvas 20.5 x 15 cm (8” x 6”)

Jean-Benoit Pouliot
Sans titre
2014
acrylique sur toile
acrylic on canvas
20.5 x 15 cm (8” x 6”)

Jean-Benoit Pouliot

Jean-Benoit Pouliot (b. 1975) is a self-taught artist who began his career in the early 2000s through the medium of printmaking. Painting gained a central place in his practice in 2008, and since then, Pouliot has participated in several solo and group exhibitions in Québec and in New York. He has also participated in the public art happening Aires libres in Montréal (2014), the Extreme Painting event in Montréal (2013 and 2010), as well as the Multi Month 10 in Québec City (2009). His works are in numerous private and institutional collections, such as the Musée national des beaux-arts du Québec, Bibliothèque et Archives nationales du Québec, Loto-Québec, National Bank, Bank of Montreal, TD Bank, Mouvement Desjardins, and the collection of the Cirque du Soleil, among others. Jean-Benoit Pouliot is represented by Galerie Hugues Charbonneau in Montréal. The artist lives and works in Montréal.

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ECHO I: Benoit Aquin, Tammi Campbell, Alain Paiement, Jonathan Plante, Jean-Benoit Pouliot, Séripop, Ève K. Tremblay and Julie Trudel

April 6th, 2014 § 0 comments § permalink

Écho 1, Galerie Hugues Charbonneau, Montréal (photo : Éliane Excoffier)

Écho 1, Galerie Hugues Charbonneau, Montréal (photo : Éliane Excoffier)

Écho 1, Galerie Hugues Charbonneau, Montréal (photo : Éliane Excoffier)

Écho 1, Galerie Hugues Charbonneau, Montréal (photo : Éliane Excoffier)

Écho 1, Galerie Hugues Charbonneau, Montréal (photo : Éliane Excoffier)

Écho 1, Galerie Hugues Charbonneau, Montréal (photo : Éliane Excoffier)

Alain Paiement Cadran 3, 2014 épreuve numérique aux pigments digital pigment print éd. 5,  image 30

Alain Paiement
Cadran 3, 2014
épreuve numérique aux pigments
digital pigment print
éd. 5,
image 30″ x 30″ (papier_paper 36″ x 36″)

Alain Paiement Cadran 2, 2014 épreuve numérique aux pigments digital pigment print éd. 5, image 30″ x 30″ (papier_paper 36″ x 36″)

Alain Paiement
Cadran 2, 2014
épreuve numérique aux pigments
digital pigment print
éd. 5,
image 30″ x 30″ (papier_paper 36″ x 36″)

Ève k. Tremblay, Clair Obscur dans l'atelier de mon père #2 (prisme et rideau de douche), 2013, épreuve numérique, archival digital print, 20

Ève k. Tremblay, Clair Obscur dans l’atelier de mon père #2 (prisme et rideau de douche), 2013, épreuve numérique, archival digital print, 20″ x 14″, Ed 5 +2AP (+ Ed 5 + 2AP, 50″ x 33″)

Ève K. Tremblay Clair Obscur dans l'atelier de mon père #2 (prisme sur vase), 1996 (imprimé_printed 2013) épreuve numérique archival digital print 20

Ève K. Tremblay
Clair Obscur dans l’atelier de mon père #2 (prisme sur vase), 1996 (imprimé_printed 2013)
épreuve numérique
archival digital print
20″ x 14″, Ed 5 +2AP
(+ 50″ x 33″, Ed 5 + 2AP)

Jean-Benoit Pouliot, Sans titre, 2014 acrylic sur toile acrylic on canvas 67

Jean-Benoit Pouliot, Sans titre, 2014
acrylic sur toile
acrylic on canvas
67″ x 52″

Jonathan Plante Volonté, accident et désir, 2013  peinture acrylique sur plastique lenticulaire acrylic paint on lenticular plastic 36 ½” x 23 ¾” (93 x 60 cm)

Jonathan Plante
Volonté, accident et désir, 2013
peinture acrylique sur plastique lenticulaire
acrylic paint on lenticular plastic
36 ½” x 23 ¾” (93 x 60 cm)

Julie Trudel Déploiement BNN 2014 Gesso et acrylique sur MDF, marouflé sur contreplaqué  Gesso and acrylic on MDF mounted on plywood 60 x 74 cm (24” x 29”)

Julie Trudel
Déploiement BNN
2014
gesso et acrylique sur MDF, marouflé sur contreplaqué
gesso and acrylic on MDF mounted on plywood
60 x 74 cm (24” x 29”)

Benoit Aquin Lac-Mégantic, 2013 impression numérique à pigments qualité archive  archival pigment print Éd. 7,  32

Benoit Aquin
Lac-Mégantic, 2013
impression numérique à pigments qualité archive
archival pigment print
Éd. 7, 32″ x 48″
Éd. 5, 40″ x 60″

Tammi Campbell, What You See Is What You See (After Stella), 2014 acrylique sur carton musée,  acrylic on museum board  121.92 x 121.92 cm (48” x 48”)

Tammi Campbell, What You See Is What You See (After Stella), 2014
acrylique sur carton musée,
acrylic on museum board
121.92 x 121.92 cm (48” x 48”)

Tammi Campbell, Paper series, 2014 acrylique sur carton musée acrylic on museum board 39 x 33 cm (15.5” x 13”)

Tammi Campbell, Paper series, 2014
acrylique sur carton musée
acrylic on museum board
39 x 33 cm (15.5” x 13”)

Séripop (Chloe Lum and Yannick Desranleau) Riffed an Utterance, 2014 Papier sérigraphié, caoutchouc, palettes, MDF, Formica, Tyvek, polyéthylène Screenprinted paper, rubber, palettes, MDF, Formica, Tyvek, polyethylene Dimensions variables _ Variable dimensions  777 x 226 x 81 cm (306” x 89” x 32”)

Séripop (Chloe Lum and Yannick Desranleau)
Riffed an Utterance, 2014
Papier sérigraphié, caoutchouc, palettes, MDF, Formica, Tyvek, polyéthylène
Screenprinted paper, rubber, palettes, MDF, Formica, Tyvek, polyethylene
Dimensions variables _ Variable dimensions
777 x 226 x 81 cm (306” x 89” x 32”)

Art Toronto 2013: Booth #1214

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Metro Toronto Convention Centre

Benoit Aquin, La motocyclette, Mongolie Intérieure (Le Dust Bowl chinois), 2006, impression digitale, digital print, éd 5/7, 32

Benoit Aquin, La motocyclette, Mongolie Intérieure (Le Dust Bowl chinois), 2006, impression digitale, digital print, éd 5/7, 32″ x 48″

Marie-Claude Bouthilier, Mégalithe 06, 2013, carbone et acrylique sur toile, carbon and acrylic on canvas, 60

Marie-Claude Bouthilier, Mégalithe 06, 2013, carbone et acrylique sur toile, carbon and acrylic on canvas, 60″ x 48″

 Tammi Campbell, What You See Is What You See (after Stella 01), 2013, acrylic sur carton musée, acrylic on museum board, 40


Tammi Campbell, What You See Is What You See (after Stella 01), 2013, acrylic sur carton musée, acrylic on museum board, 40″ x 56″

Trevor Gould, Philosophies Self Image (in the style of Gabriel von Max), aquarelle, watercolor, 24

Trevor Gould, Philosophies Self Image (in the style of Gabriel von Max), aquarelle, watercolor, 24″ x 18″ ch/ea

Alain Paiement, Cadran, 2013, Impression numérique sur dibond, Digital print on dibond, éd 5, image: 30'' x 30'', papier: 35'' x 35'' (ch/ea)

Alain Paiement, Cadran, 2013, Impression numérique sur dibond, Digital print on dibond, éd 5, image: 30” x 30”, papier: 35” x 35” (ch/ea)

Jean-Benoît Pouliot, Sans titre 2013g, 2013,  acrylique sur toile, acrylic on canva, 48

Jean-Benoît Pouliot, Sans titre 2013g, 2013, acrylique sur toile, acrylic on canva, 48″ x 36″

Séripop, Sans Titre (Deux Têtes Noires), 2011-2012, sérigraphie sur papier, silkscreen on paper, éd 25, 18

Séripop, Sans Titre (Deux Têtes Noires), 2011-2012, sérigraphie sur papier, silkscreen on paper, éd 25, 18″ x 23,5″

̀ve K. Tremblay Study for Dancing Books (Triumph Over The Fear of Collapse -­‐ Spine #3, 4 and 6), 2011 c­‐print, edition of 5, 15

̀Ève K. Tremblay
Study for Dancing Books (Triumph Over The Fear of Collapse -­‐ Spine #3, 4 and 6), 2011
c­‐print, edition of 5, 15″ x 15″ each

Julie Trudel, Croisements (T123F123M), 2013, acrylique sur contreplaqué, acrylic on panel, 32

Julie Trudel, Croisements (T123F123M), 2013, acrylique sur contreplaqué, acrylic on panel, 32″ x 40″

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point, line, plane, point, line, plane, point, line, plane

June 27th, 2013 § 1 comment § permalink

Pouliot - Point ligne plan - photo Eliane Excoffier

Jean-Benoit Pouliot, installation Point, ligne, plan, point, ligne, plan, point, ligne, plan (photo Eliane Excoffier)

Marie-Claude Bouthillier, installation Point, ligne, plan, point, ligne, plan, point, ligne, plan (photo Eliane Excoffier)

Marie-Claude Bouthillier, installation Point, ligne, plan, point, ligne, plan, point, ligne, plan (photo Eliane Excoffier)

Julie Trudel & Tammi Cambell, installation Point, ligne, plan, point, ligne, plan, point, ligne, plan (photo Eliane Excoffier)

Julie Trudel & Tammi Cambell, installation Point, ligne, plan, point, ligne, plan, point, ligne, plan (photo Eliane Excoffier)

Tammi Campbell, installation Point, ligne, plan, point, ligne, plan, point, ligne, plan (photo Eliane Excoffier)

Tammi Campbell, installation Point, ligne, plan, point, ligne, plan, point, ligne, plan (photo Eliane Excoffier)

Jean-Benoit Pouliot, Sans titre (2013d), 2013, acrylique sur toile, acrylic on canvas, 67

Jean-Benoit Pouliot, Sans titre (2013d), 2013, acrylique sur toile, acrylic on canvas, 67″ x 52″

Jean-Benoit Pouliot, Sans titre (2013b), 2013, acrylique sur toile, acrylic on canvas, 20

Jean-Benoit Pouliot, Sans titre (2013b), 2013, acrylique sur toile, acrylic on canvas, 20″ x 16″

Jean-Benoît Pouliot, Sans titre (2013e), 2013, acrylique sur toile, acrylic on canvas, 67

Jean-Benoît Pouliot, Sans titre (2013e), 2013, acrylique sur toile, acrylic on canvas, 67″ x 52″

Marie-Claude Bouthillier, Familles (hannah02), 2012, acrylique sur toile, acrylic on canvas, 16.5

Marie-Claude Bouthillier, Familles (hannah02), 2012, acrylique sur toile, acrylic on canvas, 16.5″ x 16.5″

Marie-Claude Bouthillier, Familles (hannah04),  2012, acrylique sur toile, acrylic on canvas, 16

Marie-Claude Bouthillier, Familles (hannah04), 2012, acrylique sur toile, acrylic on canvas, 16″ x 16″

Marie-Claude Bouthillier, Familles (hannah03),  2012, acrylique sur toile, acrylic on canvas, 16

Marie-Claude Bouthillier, Familles (hannah03), 2012, acrylique sur toile, acrylic on canvas, 16″ x 16″

Julie Trudel, Étude 5A, du projet CMYK, 2011, acrylique et encre de sérigraphie sur contreplaqué, acrylique and silkscreen ink on plywood, diam. 29

Julie Trudel, Étude 5A, du projet CMYK, 2011, acrylique et encre de sérigraphie sur contreplaqué, acrylique and silkscreen ink on plywood, diam. 29″ (74 cm)

Julie Trudel, EllipseCMCYCK (2011-18), 2011,  acrylique et encre de sérigraphie sur contreplaqué, acrylique and silkscreen ink on plywood, 18

Julie Trudel, EllipseCMCYCK (2011-18), 2011, acrylique et encre de sérigraphie sur contreplaqué, acrylique and silkscreen ink on plywood, 18″ x 29″

Tammi Campbell, from Circle Tape series (april 2012 A), 2012, acrylique sur carton musée, acrylic on museum board, 38

Tammi Campbell, from Circle Tape series (april 2012 A), 2012, acrylique sur carton musée, acrylic on museum board, 38″ x 32″

Tammi Campbell, from Circle Tape series (april 2012 B), 2012, acrylique sur carton musée, acrylic on museum board, 38

Tammi Campbell, from Circle Tape series (april 2012 B), 2012, acrylique sur carton musée, acrylic on museum board, 38″ x 32″

Tammi Campbell, Dear Agnes (004), 2011, graphite sur papier japonais Kozo plié, graphite on folded Kozo Japanese paper, 11” x 8 ½”

Tammi Campbell, Dear Agnes (004), 2011, graphite sur papier japonais Kozo plié, graphite on folded Kozo Japanese paper, 11” x 8 ½”

Tammi Campbell, Dear Agnes (006), 2011, graphite sur papier japonais Kozo plié, graphite on folded Kozo Japanese paper, 11” x 8 ½”

Tammi Campbell, Dear Agnes (006), 2011, graphite sur papier japonais Kozo plié, graphite on folded Kozo Japanese paper, 11” x 8 ½”

Tammi Campbell, Dear Agnes (030), 2012, graphite sur papier japonais Kozo plié, graphite on folded Kozo Japanese paper, 11” x 8 ½”

Tammi Campbell, Dear Agnes (030), 2012, graphite sur papier japonais Kozo plié, graphite on folded Kozo Japanese paper, 11” x 8 ½”

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Du 26 au 28 avril 2013
(soirée d’ouverture VIP le jeudi 25 avril)
À l’angle des rues De Bleury et Sainte-Catherine
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Benoit Aquin, La motocyclette, Mongolie Intérieure (Le Dust Bowl chinois), 2006, impression digitale, digital print, éd 7, 32

Benoit Aquin, La motocyclette, Mongolie Intérieure (Le Dust Bowl chinois), 2006, impression digitale, digital print, éd 7, 32″ x 48″ (+ éd 5, 40″ x 60″)

Marie-Claude Bouthillier, Grand bleu «mcb», 2003,  encaustique et encre sur papier, encaustic and ink on paper, 98 1/2

Marie-Claude Bouthillier, Grand bleu «mcb», 2003, encaustique et encre sur papier, encaustic and ink on paper, 98 1/2″ x 48″

Tammi Campbell, from Circle Tape series (april 2012 B), 2012, acrylique sur carton musée, acrylic on museum board, 38

Tammi Campbell, from Circle Tape series (april 2012 B), 2012, acrylique sur carton musée, acrylic on museum board, 38″ x 32″

Michael Flomen, Genesis 6, 2009, photogramme unique, unique photogram, 24

Michael Flomen, Genesis 6, 2009, photogramme unique, unique photogram, 24″ x 20″

Trevor Gould, God's Window (diptyque), 2012, aquarelle et chrome sur papier, watercolor and chrome on paper, 20

Trevor Gould, God’s Window (diptyque), 2012, aquarelle et chrome sur papier, watercolor and chrome on paper, 20″ x 14″ ch/ea

David Lafrance, Concert en plein air 04, 2012, crayon et encre sur papier, pencil and ink on paper, 11

David Lafrance, Concert en plein air 04, 2012, crayon et encre sur papier, pencil and ink on paper, 11″ x 15″

Alain Paiement, Doubles lunes, (stéréoscopies asynchrones), 2012 épreuve digitale sur papier hahnemüller photo rag baryta monté sur alupanel digital print on hahnemüller photo rag baryta paper mounted on alupanel, éd 5, 18

Alain Paiement, Doubles lunes, (stéréoscopies asynchrones), 2012 épreuve digitale sur papier hahnemüller photo rag baryta monté sur alupanel digital print on hahnemüller photo rag baryta paper mounted on alupanel, éd 5, 18″ x 18″

Joyce Pensato, Porky (from the Wanted series), 2003, peinture émail sur papier, enamel paint on paper, 17

Joyce Pensato, Porky (from the Wanted series), 2003, peinture émail sur papier, enamel paint on paper, 17″ x 14 1/4″

Jean-Benoit Pouliot, Sans titre (scaccato) 2013, acrylique et crayon sur papier mylar, acrylic and pencil on mylar paper, 50

Jean-Benoit Pouliot, Sans titre (scaccato) 2013, acrylique et crayon sur papier mylar, acrylic and pencil on mylar paper, 50″ x 36″

Séripop, Sans titre (Deux têtes noires), 2011-2012, sérigraphie sur papier, silkscreen on paper, éd 25, 18

Séripop, Sans titre (Deux têtes noires), 2011-2012, sérigraphie sur papier, silkscreen on paper, éd 25, 18″ x 23,5″

Ève K. Tremblay,

Ève K. Tremblay, “Études pour Dancing Books (Triumph Over The Fear of Collapse – Spine #2), 2011, érpeuve chromogène, c-print, éd 5, 15″ x 15”

Jean-Benoit Pouliot

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Photo : Éliane Excoffier

Les mauvais tableaux font des bonnes sculptures, 2012, photo : Éliane Excoffier

Les mauvais tableaux font des bonnes sculptures (détail), 2012, photo : Éliane Excoffier

Photo : Éliane Excoffier

Photo : Éliane Excoffier

Photo : Éliane Excoffier

Photo : Éliane Excoffier

Photo : Éliane Excoffier

Inauguration of the gallery

August 16th, 2012 § 0 comments § permalink

JEAN-BENOÎT POULIOT – OEUVRES RÉCENTES

22 septembre 2012, 14h à 17h

September 22nd, 2pm to 5pm

SÉRIE STACCATO

Sans, série staccato, 2012
acrylique sur toile, acrylic on canvas, 67″ X 52″

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