Musée d'Art Contemporain de Baie-Saint-Paul
Expositions en cours

Expositions en cours

Barrier-free Zone/ History of international Symposium of Contemporary Art of Baie-Saint-Paul
July 30, 2011 - May 1st 2016 (Contraste Room)
Curator : Martin Labrie



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The International Symposium of Contemporary Art of Baie-Saint-Paul has been a hallmark of the cultural life of Quebec since 1982 and it remains a unique meeting and creation venue. The Musée d’art contemporain de Baie-Saint-Paul is proud to present Free Exchange Zone, its first permanent exhibition, one that gives an overview of this major artistic event through its history, its actors and the works it has generated.

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Louis-Pierre Bougie - Between line and life
November 1st, 2014 to February 8, 2015 (Françoise-Labbé and Multifonctionnelle Galleries)
Guest Curator : Claude Morissette



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During the course of his career, emeritus painter, draftsman and engraver Louis-Pierre Bougie has created a large body of works featuring the human being as principal subject.  This bears witness to the artist’s need to express different aspects of the human condition.  These works belong to Québec’s contemporary figurative renewal movement which started in the early 1980s.  Eschewing the strict reality of appearances, the artist explored fantasy and interiority to achieve better evocations of poetic and timeless worlds inhabited by enigmatic beings.  This iconography has been Louis-Pierre Bougie’s brand and it is a hallmark of his creative activity.

This retrospective exhibition offers a unique opportunity to appreciate this artist’s creative path and to measure the scope and quality of his artistic production.  His works probe the human soul and, through a free narration, they reflect the interiority of the human being.  The art of Louis-Pierre Bougie is a powerful crossbreeding of realism, expressionism and symbolism.  By combining these different artistic languages in a singular manner, the artist stood out as an innovator in the field of representation.  The exhibition is a journey through the artist’s interior worlds and the viewer will be moved by the power and evocative qualities of the images.

 


Normand Moffat - Scriptorium
November 1st, 2014 to February 8, 2015 (Room Mezzanine)
Johanne Vigneault



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Former participant to the Contemporary Art International Symposium of Baie-St-Paul, Normand Moffat presents here a group of twenty-five intimist artworks. Using different architectural aspects of a French abbey as sources of visual inspiration, the artist created the Scriptorium serie in the abbey room bearing the same name, the one where the monks used to produce copies of manuscripts. Created on black paper with acrylic, graphite and gold leaf, these artworks testify to the times human beings cope with... The past that witnesses the others and their passage; the present that drives us in its whirlwind and the future filled with promises and unknown. Although simple and minimalist, each work contains a strength in its reuse of geometric signs, its balance and its invitation to introspection.

 


Rolande Pelletier - Reliefs
November 1st, 2014 to February 8, 2015
Johanne Vigneault



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Xylon-Québec, does that ring a bell? The name of Rolande Pelletier is often mentioned in relation with this professional association of wood engraving artists. With good reasons… Drawing inspiration from nature and daily life, Rolande Pelletier handles lines, forms, colors and textures in hundreds of ways in order to create original artworks, abstract or partly representative. Expert in the various possibilities of wood engraving, this artist presents here a sample of her work realized in the last years. Her talent is revealed through her exploration of this technique’s visual language, technique that requires a great certainty in each creative gesture. Also, in order to show us « where the image comes from », she shares with the public the templates used to produce the exhibited engravings. 


 
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