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Le numéro 257 – Hiver 2020
Texte par Francis O’Shaughnessy
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The Landscapes Between Our Bodies

il existe une créature qui vit dans l’interstice de nos corps
il en existe une autre dans la vapeur
les paysages de soleils sont remplis d’espions
– Olivier Lussier

Postcard book co-produced by Véronique Malo and la maison d’édition Bouc. The project was created with the support of the Conseil des arts et des lettres du Québec, as part of the exhibition Les paysages entre nos corps (The Landscapes Between Our Bodies) at Musée d’art de Joliette, from October 5, 2019 to January 5, 2020.

Photo Paul Litherland. Installation at Musée d’art de Joliette

This postcard book is accompanied by poems by Olivier LussierStéphanie Roussel, Sebastien Sauvageau, Hugo Bourdelais, Frédéric Généreux, Tanya Millette and Claire-Hélène Piuze.

The book is available at lepressier.com and at  Musée d’art de Joliette.
French

ISBN 978-2-924614-20-4

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L’envers de l’endroit

Artworks that infiltrate the Real from behind, below and every which way. Artistic thought that is always on the move, but doesn’t turn around in circles.

Infiltration-based artworks /Artists
Emma Waltraud Howes, Karen Elaine Spencer, Émilie Rondeau,
Stéphane Gilot, Patrick Bérubé, Véronique Malo, Ani Deschênes,
Douglas Scholes, Victoria Stanton, Magali Babin,
Raphaëlle de Groot, Sylvaine Chassay, Christian Leduc & Marc-Antoine K. Phaneuf.

Essays/Authors
Dominic Marcil, Ronald Richard, Guy Sioui Durand, Jérôme Delgado,
Denis Lessard, Véronique Leblanc, Martin Dufrasne.

Edited by Danyèle Alain
with collaboration of Patrick Beaulieu
Graphic Design by Pata Macedo
Texts in English and French
352 pages, colour reproductions, 2015
ISBN 978-2-9809723-4-8

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The 2011 Québec Triennal
The Work Ahead of Us

This fully bilingual major publication accompanies the second edition of the Québec Triennial, one of Canada’s largest and most anticipated artistic events. The immense scope of the exhibition – featuring the work of 52 young artists – is reflected in the book’s extensive visual documentation and in its scholarly intent.
Marie Fraser, Lesley Johnstone, Mark Lanctôt, Véronique Leblanc, François LeTourneux, Patrice Loubier, Eduardo Ralickas, Bernard Schütze, Louise Simard, Johanne Sloan, Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal, 2011, 500 pages, 233 ill. 24 x 19 cm softcover
ISBN 978-2-551-25074-5
French/English