Past 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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Jean Soucy, Underground Painter

Le Musée des beaux-arts de Sherbrooke will have the pleasure of welcoming curator Sébastien Hudon’s exhibition Jean Soucy, Underground Painter. Mr. Hudon will be premiering this exhibition, from January 28 until March 26, 2017. Through the presentation of some sixty works, many documents and several artefacts, visitors will be invited to discover the rich artistic […]

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Holly King: Edging Towards the Mysterious

  This ten-year mid-career retrospective of the photographs of Holly King is comprised of four of her most recent series: Twisted Roots, Mangroves: Floating Between Two Worlds, Grand Canyon: Unscene and the recently completed English Cliffs series. Two of the series more clearly represent her constructed work, while the other two are based more obviously […]

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Paul Béliveau : The Humanities

The exhibition of Paul Béliveau, The Humanities, sums up in a way to the pictoral achievements of the artist. Bringing out his most fundamental inspirations, whether literary or iconographic, this presentation invites viewers to travel through the world of his imagination. The painting of Paul Béliveau falls into a post-modernism rich in allusions, narratives and quotations. His pieces are abundantly […]

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David Spriggs.PRISM

DAVID SPRIGGS. PRISM From June 18 to October 2, 2016 David Spriggs was born in Manchester UK in 1978, and immigrated to Canada in 1992. He lives and works in Vancouver, Canada Creating sculptures out of multilayered panes of etched, drawn upon, and spray painted transparent sheets, Spriggs’ practice exists between flatness and fullness. With […]

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ULTIMATE TERRITORIES by artist René Derouin

From june 11 to september 25, 2016   The exhibition ULTIMATE TERRITORIES by artist René Derouin will be inaugurated at the Musée des beaux-arts de Sherbrooke on June 11, 2016. It will continue there until next September 25, before moving on to Galerie Montcalm in the city of Gatineau from October 13 to November 20, and then to the Centre d’exposition […]

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L’Érudit/Curieux. Réal Bergeron

When we mention the name of Réal Bergeron in the Sherbrooke art world, it is more than likely that we remember the formidable scholarly teacher that he was.  He always knew how to awake the curiosity of young people, sometimes in an unorthodox manner, and his talent for making art accessible was indisputable.  Even his […]

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Louisette Gauthier-Mitchell Anima/Animaux

A Townshipper by adoption, Louisette Gauthier-Mitchell invites us to a remarkable encounter between species in presenting a collection of sixty works produced over a period extending from 1989 to 2015.  Centred around a concept and theme proposed by curator Françoise Le Gris entitled Anima/Animaux, the exhibition demonstrates a variety of techniques, styles and formats.  These […]

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