The collage element in Sadko Hadzihasanovic’s work extends past the physical material and into the concepts within his work.
Kolaj Goes to the Fair: Denis Pellerin at Lacerte Art Contemporain, Montreal
Denis Pellerin’s compositions are simple, subtle, and a personal attempt to achieve something close to nature through unexpected material.
Kolaj Goes to the Fair: Galerie Simon Blais
Catherine Farish is a print artist who, while playing with the notions of what is and isn’t print, seems to have stumbled upon collage. One of her most recent series uses piano rolls to depict music.
Kolaj Goes to the Fair: Galerie Michel Guimont
The accumulation of small objects within Josée Landry Sirois’ work creates a tension, an allusion to excess, and experimentation with something whole, yet made of many smaller elements.
Kolaj Goes to the Fair: Galerie Division
Simon Hughes creates a comparison between our perceptions of traditional aboriginal life and contemporary realities.
Kolaj Goes to the Fair: Beaux-Arts des Amériques
Jennifer Meanley’s work is extremely process driven, and clearly responsive.
Kolaj Goes to the Fair: An Introduction
A review and report from Montreal’s Papier12 by Ariane Fairlie. An annual contemporary art fair of works on paper presented by the Association of Contemporary Art Galleries (AGAC), Papier 12 was held April 12-15, 2012, in a large tent at the edge of Place des Arts in downtown Montreal.
In the Studio: Audrey Smith
Disfigured Bodies: The Human as a Medium in the Collages of James Gallagher and Sophie Jodoin
Toronto-based artist Jp King visited the studios of two artists: James Gallagher of Brooklyn, New York, USA and Sophie Jodoin of Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Amongst the immediately recognizable qualities of both artists, their exclusive color palettes speak of the worlds they inhabit.