Four artworks from the blue series are now available at Artothèque de Montréal. You can rent them on their website.
There's a new batch of Ficticious Petroglyphs available at Station 16 Gallery! Sculpted in pieces of marble of various sizes using sandblasting, they're a tribute to the alternative theories regarding the origins of humanity and ancient Egypt.
The artist Gribouilliz and I created a 7' x 7' piece on the corner of Saint-Laurent and Mont-Royal during RU festival.
For four days and three evenings from the 24th to the 27th of August, artists seize the street to transform it to their imagination. Live painting on the pavement, outdoor concerts, dance, art installations, all reasons are good to transform the neighborhood into a creative platform. Of course, the public is invited to take part in this beautiful collective madness. So everybody out!
Schedule of the events I'll be part of:
24 August from 4 pm to 6 pm: live painting with Gribouilliz at the corner of Mont-Royal and St-Laurent
25 August from 9 pm to 2 am: grande fresque de nuit at the corner of Mont-Royal and Pontiac
26 August from 3 pm to 7 pm: live painting with Gribouilliz at the corner of Mont-Royal and St-Laurent
Very happy to announce that I was selected with all these amazing artists for the Mikw Chiyam residency! Next spring, I'm going to spend 6 weeks to work on new artworks and make creative workshops with students from the Waskaganish High School, a Cree village in northern Quebec!
Thank you so much for coming to HAHA-ART! I was pleased to read your comments and see your photos. Thank you Ana Marinescu from Urbana Marketing for the organization, Just for Laughs, Place des Arts and the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts. A very nice experience! Photo: Toma Iczkovits tomaphotographe.com
All the works presented at HAHA-ARTS are currently available in a silent auction, with all funds going to Children's Wish Foundation. Be generous! To place a bet, simply follow this link. Auction ends on July 30th.
Thank you to everyone who came to the opening on Monday night, I had a great time! You have until July 30 to enjoy it. Photo credit: Toma Iczkovits http://tomaphotographe.com/
Charles Le Brun, The Deification of Aeneas, 1642-1644. The Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, purchase, John W. Tempest Fund. Graphic design: Emmanuel Laflamme
To celebrate the 35th anniversary of the Just for Laughs Festival and the 375th of Montreal, I was asked to modify a dozen of artworks from the collection of the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts. The presentation produced by URBANA Marketing will be accompanied by the Visual Arts Contest, which was aimed this year at kids and adolescents from 0 to 18 years old, for the benefit of Children's Wish Foundation. These creations will be shown in the exhibition hall of the Place des Arts during the festival, from 15 to 30 of July.
Skull & Mirrors 2016-2017, resin skull, mirrors, glue and grout. Photos & animated GIF © Félix Renaud