September 28 - October 19, 2019

IN MONTREAL — 6355, boul. Saint-Laurent H2S 3C3

September 28 - October 19, 2019

Marc Garneau – Autour d’objets 1986/2019

Opening: Saturday September 28, at 2pm
Exhibition closing event: Saturday October 19, at 2pm

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Lacerte Art contemporain is pleased to present Autour d’objets 1986/2019 – a selection of artworks by artist Marc Garneau.

« Parallel to painting, drawing, and engraving, I have never resisted collecting objects that could be integrated one day or another in my pictorial work. Most of the time, these are small innocuous objects that no one notices. Often, these objects constitute the support of the work to come. Time gives meaning to this quest, as amalgams that form and deform, intersect and intertwine within several years. It is sometimes very difficult for me to date the final work, because its sources are multiple, its origin uncertain … wooden panels, pieces of sheet metal, broaches, rusty metals; intrinsic beauties that, for me, already have a soul.

All of this is the most intimate aspect of my art, a way of seeing the world as a transference of perpetual meaning.

These objects that I find or find me: traveling objects, surviving objects, welcomed objects. »

Marc Garneau

Born in Thetford-Mines in 1956, Marc Garneau lives and works in Montreal. For forty years, he has been practicing printmaking and painting. Active in his environment with more than sixty individual exhibitions, the artist is also present on the international scene. His works have been presented in several countries: Austria, Germany, France, Holland, Mexico, Japan. Among other awards, in 1997 he win the Grand Prix de la Biennale du dessin, of Printing and Paper Matters in Quebec. His works can be found in several public collections: the Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal, the Musée national des beaux-arts de Québec, the Winnipeg Art Gallery, the Musée du Bas-Saint-Laurent, the Musée d’art de Joliette and the Art Bank of Canada. He is also in more than 30 corporate collections in Canada.