Denis Juneau

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Denis Juneau was born in Verdun, Québec on September 30, 1925. He studied art at Montréal’s Monument National (1942–1943) and École des beaux-arts (1943–1950), where he was taught by Sylvia Daoust, Armand Filion, Alfred Laliberté and Alfred Pellan. He continued his training with an apprenticeship in goldsmithing with Georges Delrue (1951–1952), then with an internship as a designer under Gilles Beaugrand (1952–1953). Living in Italy from 1954 to 1956, Juneau studied industrial design at the Centro Studi Arte/Industria in the city of Novara, under the supervision of the school’s founder, painter and designer Nino di Salvatore.

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Exhibitions

Apr 11 – May 19, 2018
Systematic Exploration: Gouaches, 1955–1987 Jul 15 – Aug 5, 2017
Particules bleues See all

News

Nov 29, 2015 – Feb 7, 2016
Op! Le vertige optique May 6, 2015
Créer. Ce qu'en disent les artistes See all

Publications

Chiaroscuro. Recent Works Ligne, surface et couleur See all