‘deux assemblages crédibles à partir de mon environnement immédiat’ by valérie blass, 2007 (floating floor, filing cabinet, plaster, pigment, various objects) courtesy parisian laundry, montréal (photo by guy l’heureux)

québec triennial

‘nothing is lost, nothing is created, everything is transformed

may 24 – september 7, 2008 musée d’art contemporain – montréal, canada http://www.macm.org

the inaugural edition of the québec triennial: ‘nothing is lost, nothing is created, everything is transformed’ is taking place at the musée d’art contemporain in montréal, canada. the show began on may 24th and will continue until september 7th featuring 38 artists from the province of québec, showing a total of 135 works from the past 3 years.

while the exhibit does showcase established names, like david altmejd and julie doucet, it also pays equal attention to new talent. the 135 works on show span the gamete in approach, style and media. drawing, installation, painting, performance, photography, sculpture and video are all on show.

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québec triennial: 'nothing is lost, nothing is created, everything is transformed' ‘the misuse of youth’ carlos and jason sanchez, 2007 (ink-jet print on archive paper) courtesy the artists and christopher cutts gallery, toronto

québec triennial: 'nothing is lost, nothing is created, everything is transformed' ‘black whole conference’ by michel de broin, 2006 (72 chairs) collection musée d’art contemporain de montréal (photo by peter rosemann)

québec triennial: 'nothing is lost, nothing is created, everything is transformed' ‘banque nationale’ by michael merrill, 2007 (vinyl gouache (flashe) on plywood) collection national bank financial (photo by christian lambert)