Exhibitions

The Art of Advertising Serigraphy in Quebec. From the 1950s to the Present Day

The Art of Advertising Serigraphy in Quebec. From the 1950s to the Present Day seeks to recognize the place that commercial serigraphy, or silkscreen priting, merits in the history of art in Québec, by presenting forty works produced between 1957 and 2014 by 14 different artists. The exhibition provides an occasion to discover or re-discover […]

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Matthieu Binette. 7 200 battements à l’heure

“My artistic approach essentially involves a minimalist process. The long legs and long arms give emphasis to the line and accentuate the emotion, the feeling of lightness created by the molten metal: making fluid that which is solid.  I want to present these elements through each of my sculptures in a recognizable, figurative manner, to […]

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Spaces and Landscapes

Thanks to a grant from the ministère de la Culture et des Communications, the Musée des beaux-arts de Sherbrooke has been able to undertake the renewal of its permanent collection. This exhibition allows visitors to appreciate the evolution of landscape art over time, from the panoramic views of earlier centuries to the dynamic concepts of contemporary art, and including the more personal vision of naïve artists.

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