November 24 – December 22, 2018

IN MONTREAL — 6345, boul. Saint-Laurent H2S 3C3

November 24 – December 22, 2018

Eveline Boulva – Terre tourmente

Opening: Saturday November 24, at 2pm
Meeting with the artist: Thursday December 6, at 12:30 pm
Guided tour of the exhibition at 1:30 pm

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Lacerte Art contemporain is pleased to present Terre tourmente –a selection of recent artworks by artist Eveline Boulva.

From January to June 2017, Eveline Boulva conducts a research and documentation stay in Belize. During this residency, she raises many concerns from residents about climate change and an uncertain future. It draws a real acknowledgment of the visible fragility of ecosystems, territories and populations.

Following her experience and the phenomena observed in Belize, Eveline Boulva has created a series of works that refer to climate change. Allusions and references to the scientific world, geoengineering and cartography have enabled the creation of an unprecedented body of work treated with meticulousness, accuracy and attention.

Eveline Boulva was born in Quebec City in 1976, where she lives and works. She holds a doctorate in creation from Université Laval, combining visual arts and geography. His work has been exhibited in Quebec, Canada, South America and Europe. She has received numerous scholarships and has been invited by various residency programs. She won the Prix Videre, event category at the arts and culture gala in the regions of Québec and Chaudière-Appalaches in 2008. His works are part of multiple private, institutional and museum collections, both here and abroad.

Eveline Boulva — Learn more about the artist