Annick Sauvé and Sonia Bolduc
November 2022 to June 2023
Exhibition presented in the Espace Dialogue
The exhibition Pauses brings together photographs by Annick Sauvé and poems by Sonia Bolduc. All told, more than thirty artworks enter into dialogue in this space with a two-fold vocation, where the work of local artists is exhibited and sold, providing them with an additional showcase. Admission to this space is free of charge for visitors. It is an excellent introduction to the fine arts.
Pauses, a female duo of poems and portraits
Annick Sauvé is a director at Radio-Canada-Estrie and a photographer; she is off-beat and mercurial. Sonia Bolduc is a journalist and columnist at La Tribune, an early bird and unshakeable. Together, they offer us the exhibition Pauses. From La face cachée du drummer to Belle journée pour mourir (Album de famille élargie, 2019), this exhibition brings together digital snapshots in various formats by Sauvé and poetic texts by Bolduc typed onto the white flyleaf of used books. These works are inspired by happenstance in life and the imaginary. They invite visitors to discover these moments they have brought together and to complete the story told.