6 edition of Raphaëlle de Groot found in the catalog.
|Other titles||En exercice|
|Statement||Louise Déry ; [rédaction des textes, Louise Déry, Raphaëlle de Groot et Yann Pocreau ; traduction, Donald Pistolesi].|
|Contributions||Groot, Raphaëlle de, 1974-, Pocreau, Yann., Galerie UQAM.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||143 p. :|
|Number of Pages||143|
Raphaëlle de Groot Wins the Sobey Art Award De Groot is a Montreal artist, who recently won the 10th annual $50, Sobey Art Award for Canadians under The jury for the Award—which is organized annually by the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia, and. Elisabetta Benassi King Leopold’s Soliloquy Rome, Italy: NERO, 49 pp., 12 x cm., softcover $ CDN Edition of copies.
The winner of the prize was Montreal’s Raphaëlle de Groot. Learn more about Jason and his work at This News and Notes item originally appeared in Issue Three. To see other News and Notes from the world of collage, SUBSCRIBE to Kolaj or PURCHASE ISSUE THREE. Image New Jerusalem by Jason de Haan 72”x72”. • In Montreal artist Raphaëlle de Groot’s stunning video Porter (), a vagabond-like woman, played by the artist, totes a random array of largely useless objects — a turntable, boxes.
The Art of James Marshall is a beautiful coffee table book featuring Marshall's life, told through his vast and varied body of work (including his pencil drawings, large-scale murals, ceramic art and photography). This book was assembled by a group of people who volunteered many hours of their time. Bill & Elizabeth Yuill paid for the production cost and Hideaway . Dans le dernier numéro de Vie des Arts (n° – Été ), l'autrice Noémie Fortin évoque le projet en cours de l'artiste Raphaëlle de Groot, Prépare ton sac. Lab. observatoire de la mobilité, faisant écho à d'autres projets artistiques et à la situation actuelle. Il est question de frontières et de liens qui nous unissent les.
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Raphaëlle de Groot; Raphaëlle de Groot: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Raphaëlle de Groot book Raphaëlle de Groot; Louise Déry; Galerie de l'UQAM. Find more information about: ISBN: OCLC Number: Language Note: English and French; preface in French.
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Raphaëlle de Groot's practice is less defined by discipline than by the projects she organizes. Her vast undertakings have led her to the heart of realities as diverse as religious communities, textile workers and the blind.
Through multiple contacts with the individuals concerned and an exhaustive gathering of signs of their longstanding Author: Louise Dery, Yann Pocreau. ARTIST’S BOOK De Groot, Raphaëlle and Johanne Jarry. L’espace commun.
Montreal: Galerie B numbered copies, De Groot, Raphaëlle, Dévoilements, with the participation of the Religieuses Hospitalières de St.
Joseph, Montréal, 98 p. Raphaëlle de Groot is a collector — of other people’s burdens. The award winning Montreal-based visual artist’s project has been in the making since InQuebec Triennial participant and Sobey Art Award finalist Raphaëlle de Groot created a collaborative, multidisciplinary installation with a group of art students meant to reinvigorate old and discarded materials.
Titled L’art d’accomoder les restes/Making the Most of Leftovers, the project, based out of le Centre d’art contemporain de Quimper, asked the.
Raphaëlle de Groot book When a massive cruise ship sails into Canale di San Marco, heads turn, and there is a chorus of oohs and aahs.
But yesterday, a few Venetians found themselves exclaiming over a much smaller craft—a gondola bearing Montreal artist Raphaëlle de Groot in mid-performance.
Some of them said they had never seen anything like it [ ]. Raphaëlle de Groot, Collections (fragment) , digital print. Object representing "home" made through an indigenous ritual — and lost during de Groot's performance piece in Mexico. When Raphaëlle de Groot sets up what I’ll call an “object-collection station” in a small community, a town bisected by the border between Quebec and.
The workshop invites participants from all walks of life to converse about objects and testimonials in Innu and in French collected by Raphaëlle de Groot during her immersive experience in the Mingan Archipelago. De Groot works from notions of sharing and collaboration with different communities in order to produce narratives.
Le 11 marsl’artiste Raphaëlle de Groot et DHC/ART Éducation ont coanimé un Happening célébrant la fin de l’atelier de création L’offre en conserves. Pour l’occasion, en compagnie des participants, Raphaëlle a créé une sculpture-assemblage.
Offered by artist Raphaëlle de Groot, in collaboration with Exeko and Jani Bellefleur-Kaltush > Offered on September 19 ( to pm) and September 28 (2 to pm) > Duration: > Free of charge > French and English with interventions in Innu > No booking required.
Raphaëlle de Groot: The Summit Meetings Bilingual; illustrated; pages; essays by Srimoyee Mitra, Ryan Doherty, Raphaëlle de Groot, Jacob Wren, Bernard Lamarche, Véronique Leblanc, Julie Bélisle Published in partnership with the Art Gallery of Windsor, Southern Alberta Art Gallery and Musée National des Beaux-Arts du Quebec Price: $ De Groot (pronounced [də ˈɣroːt]) is a surname of Dutch origin.
Translating as "the great/big/large/tall" it originated as a nickname for a big or tall person. The name has sometimes been Latinized as Grotius, as in the case of Hugothere w people with this surname in the Netherlands, making it the 13th most common surname in the country, and.
Raphaëlle de Groot Artist Talk: Friday, Janu pm, RPL Film Theatre Opening Reception: Friday, Janu pm Rather than preparing a communal curatorial essay for At the Dunlop.
Between andRaphaëlle de Groot invited people to give her objects that they no longer wanted but couldn’t get rid of. As the collection grew, she immersed herself in the stories that accompanied these forsaken items, and slowly formulated a new narrative whose purpose was to assimilate them into the care of an art institution.
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Featuring installation images and critical essays by the exhibition curator and guest writers, Material Girls documents the exhibition of the same name that brought together Canadian and international female artists. The large-scale group exhibition Material Girls, which this book documents, was an exploration of material process and notions of excess as they relate to the.
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Book 14 Books on Books 15 Canadian 92 Cassette 45 Catalogue 80 CD Ceramics 29 Collaboration 10 Collage 38 Comic 39 Contemporary Art Conversations 47 Creative Writing 31 Criticism Sorel, Raphaëlle de Groot, Philippe Dumaine, Vera Frenkel, Andrea Geyer, Cynthia Girard-Renard.
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