The original heart of EXPO 67 has had a total makeover as the new Espace 67 by transdisciplinary designer Lemay.
Original title: Lois Greenfield – Capturing the beauty of movement | Best known for her unique approach to capturing the human form in motion, acclaimed American photographer Lois Greenfield specializes in dance photography.
Lucas Beaufort is an artist from the skateboarding world, taking Montreal by storm with a 17-day creative blitz, part of his artist-in-residence program at Yves Laroche Art Gallery. The Instagram phenom (with over 65,000 followers) is emblematic of a new generation of artists who have created their own careers and opportunities outside conventional mediums. Lucas … Continue reading Lucas Beaufort – One encounter at a time
PHOTOS ALEXIS PARADIS Following the success of its first auction last fall, BYDealers is back with a sale that promises to be the spring event of the art-collecting world: an auction of Canadian art featuring a catalogue of high-quality works selected by experts in the Canadian art market. Among the most highly valued works are … Continue reading Bydealers – Art collectors, mark your calendars
WE LAST MET FOUR YEARS AGO, WHEN LOUIS BOUDREAULT WAS SHOWING DESTINÉES. REMEMBER THE FASCINATING PORTRAIT SERIES OF OVERSIZE PAINTINGS DEPICTING ARTISTS AND OTHER FAMOUS PEOPLE AS CHILDREN? NOW HIS STUDIO IS FILLED WITH LARGE CANVASES OF EMBROIDERED WORDS, BROUGHT TO LIFE WITH COLOUR AND TEXTURE. PHOTO JEAN-CLAUDE LUSSIER Boudreault welcomes me with that lovely, … Continue reading Louis Boudreault – Fragments d’écriture
I WAS ON THE ROAD AND I COULD FEEL THE COOL SENSATION OF FALL. THE GEESE IN THE SKY WERE SAYING GOODBYE… UNTIL NEXT YEAR. I STILL WONDER WHAT THEIR SECRET IS FOR ALWAYS MAKING SURE THEY LEAVE AT THE RIGHT TIME. I get to LE LIVART, a great space for creation, and for artists’ … Continue reading Sylvain Tremblay – Escaping to create
Whether you’re in New York, Paris, Shanghai or Dubai, everyone in the world of luxury brands knows of ceramic artist Pascale Girardin. They give her contemporary spaces, and she fills them with soulful art, perfectly outfitting any locale, expressing human experience, complementing architecture, and making people feel good. Girardin’s extraordinary portfolio contains some of the … Continue reading A ceramic artist with an impressive resume – Pascale Girardin
The rich history of glassmaking on Murano dates back to the 13th century, when the Venetian Republic ordered the glassmakers to move their furnaces to the nearby island, out of fear of fires, which had become all too frequent in the city. Glassmaking workshops soon sprung up along the canals of Murano (just 10 minutes … Continue reading La serenita collezione – By Amel Chamandy
The best ideas originate in the mind of insightful visionaries. The new stand’ART concept from deiNERI is one such simple, and brill iant idea, creating a bridge between art and design, between interior and exterior. Biologists by training, Marie-Claude Marchand and Nancy Lahaie are well-matched. Even as they both moved far from their original vocation … Continue reading Art without Boundaries
Photographer, sculptor, designer, businesswoman and art collector. Amel Chamandy is all that and more. This creative free spirit lives in a world without limits, finding joy in life, beauty and harmony, and expressing herself in every way possible. An encounter with a multidisciplinary artist. When working with her camera, she is inspired by the ordinary. … Continue reading Amel Chamandy, Multidisciplinary artist
The name Besner, painted on the building as though done by graffiti artist, points me to the studio at the top of the stairs. Besner turns to greet me with a smile, about 20 of his latest works hanging on the walls around him. He gives his time generously for our interview, which is punctuated … Continue reading BESNER, the return of the child prodigy
“For me, freedom was an absolute necessity, not a privilege!” Claude Le Blanc finally gave himself this freedom when he turned 40 – the day he decided he was done with the retail business, and was ready to make art his life’s principal focus. The grandson of a jeweller, and son of a Fine Arts … Continue reading Claude Le Blanc, The freedom to create