Photo exhibit by Ève K. Tremblay (2000-2014) / Exposition rétrospective des photographies d'Ève K. Tremblay

publié le 14 nov. 2014 à 09:02 par Sasha Dyck   [ mis à jour : 14 nov. 2014 à 09:05 ]
An invitation from the Maison de la culture Villeray–Saint-Michel–Parc-Extension:

Born in Quebec City, Ève K. Tremblay grew up in Val-David and in Montreal. Following studies in literature and theatre, she turned herself to photography and was awarded, in 2000, a bachelor's degree in arts from Concordia University. She has received grants from the Canadian Arts Council and the Conseil des arts et des lettres du Québec, and has continued her practice in New York and Berlin in addition to participating in several artistic residencies. 

Ms. Tremblay find inspiration in literature, cinema, science, chance and a love of small things. She also brings a poetic take on themes of conscience. Her principal medium is photography, but she also explores the world of video, performance and writing. Her works are presented in museums around the world, notably in Quebec and in Europe. 

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We are happy to offer free guided visits with an art historian. We hope that this initiative will help our visitors to lean more about the visual arts, to get to know the artist's process and deepen their appreciation of the works presented. To know the current visit schedule, and to book your spot, contact us at 514-872-6131.

This exhibit is presented in the Park Extension gallery space, located at 421 Saint-Roch Street, from November 26, 2014 to January 18, 2015.

Opening hours: 
Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, from 1pm to 6pm
Saturday and Sunday, from noon to 5pm
Closed Monday and Tuesday
Ève K. Tremblay, Mémoriser Mishima en deux temps, 2009.Ève K. Tremblay, Mémoriser Mishima en deux temps, 2009.