Sans titre (rue Boudreau)

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Sans titre (rue Boudreau)
Readman, Sylvie

Sans titre (rue Boudreau) —

The photographic work Sans titre (rue Boudreau), created in 2011, is born of the À contretemps corpus in which the artist reflects upon ­peri-urban space by exploring questions related to temporality and the media of photography and video. More precisely, this work reveals a schematized architectural structure which seeks to dissolve the visible present of its location by transporting us back to its point of origin: the sketch, the working architectural drawing, which vibrantly evokes a certain ­modernist utopia.

Sylvie Readman has taught at UQAM since 1999. She studied Visual Arts at Université Laval and Concordia University where she received a Master’s in Fine Arts. Her work has featured in numerous solo and group exhibitions in Canada, France, and Belgium. À contretemps, was presented in April 2011 at Laroche/Joncas Gallery, Montreal. In recent years, she has participated in numerous group exhibitions, including Femmes artistes du XXe siècle au Québec at the Musée national des beaux-arts du Québec in June 2010; Preoccupations: Photographic Explorations of the Grey Nuns Mother House, organized by curator Martha Langford at Concordia University’s FOFA Gallery in 2009; and Enfants de Cartier, photographie canadienne contemporaine, presented at the Théâtre de la Photographie et de l’Image in Nice in 2007. Her works are featured in numerous Canadian museum collections.

Represented by
Laroche/Joncas, Montreal

Inkjet print, Alupanel, acrylic varnish, Archive, 2011
112 x 167 cm, Edition 1/3
LOT — 22
Estimate: 6 500 $

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