Jérôme Delgado talks about Mythe intemporel, Françoise Sullivan's new exhibition
Eric Clément talks about Mythe intemporel, Françoise Sullivan's new exhibition and Capital Camera Exchange Inc., Michel Campeau's new exhibition.
Buy this etching by Françoise Sullivan and support AGAC.
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Gilles Daigneault talks about Françoise Sullivan in Aujourd'hui l'histoire.
Françoise Sullivan on her key art moments in Canadian Art.
Guido Molinari Foundation presents Françoise Sullivan. Hommages, from February 28 to April 21.
Opening on Thursday, February 28 at 5 p.m.
Watch here the interview with Françoise Sullivan in the 24/60 by Anne-Marie Dussault.
An article about Françoise Sullivan signed by Éric Clément in La Presse +.
Read an article about Françoise Sullivan and her retrospective exhibition at Musée d'art contemporain de Montréal in Le Métro.
Avant de fermer pour rénovation, le Musée d'art Contemporain propose 3 dernières expositions, dont une exposition rétrospective de Françoise Sullivan.
Éric Clément sign a paper in La Presse about the exhibition around Refus global manifesto presented at Espce musée Québecor.
Québecor invites you, from October 2, 2018 to January 9, 2019, to the exhibition dedicated to Refus global, which is celebrating its 70th anniversary this year. Galerie Simon Blais is proud to have participated in project.
Québecor, Espace musée: 612 St-Jacques Street, Montreal
On September 26, at 6 p.m., Galerie Simon Blais and Éditions Roselin invite you to the launch of Joie, an artist’s book celebrating the 70th anniversary of the publication of the Refus global manifesto. The book includes an etching by Françoise Sullivan.
At the beginning of the night, one randomly selected guest will receive a copy of the artist's book.
The modern.toronto, a museum dedicated to abstract art, presents an exhibition of works by Françoise Sullivan from september 20 to November 17, 2018.
Opening: September 20
Quebecor Media presents a short video around the exhibition Françoise Sullivan, la couleur tombée du ciel, presented at the Espace Musée of is head office.
The exhibition Françoise Sullivan, la couleur tombée du ciel is presented at the Québecor head officice's Espace musée.
Guido Molinari Foundation presents an exhibition titled Time Lines - Drawings from Concordia: 1954-2017. Works by Irène F. Whittome, Vincent Routhier and Françoise Sullivan will be on the walls next to twenty other artists.
Opening: Thursday September 21 at 5 p.m.
A new video in the context of the new exhibition around Françoise Sullivan's works named Rythm - Pastels 1997-2003.
Françoise Sullivan is one of the 17 personalities who received the Ordre de Montréal medal on May 17.
A paper about Françoise Sullivan in Le Devoir. (in french)
La Fabrique Culturelle talk about Françoise Sullivan and her exhibition Hommage à la peinture at Baie St-Paul. (video in french)
A report by Agnès Gaudet about Françoise Sullivan's Proportio exhibition was published in Le journal de Montréal on April 2nd, 2016. In French.
Françoise Sullivan’s evocative description of Danse dans la neige (1948), a revolutionary outdoor dance performance, crystallizes the vision of an artist who was to profoundly influence the future of contemporary dance, art and film in Québec and Canada.
Talk to accompany the exhibition Dualité / Dualité
Saturday, November 28, from 3 PM to 4 PM
(in French and English)
As part of Artexte’s One Hour, One Book lecture series and to accompany the exhibition on view, we are pleased to present a public conversation between Françoise Sullivan and Leisure (Meredith Carruthers and Susannah Wesley). The starting point for the discussion will be the programme, held in Artexte’s collection, of the 1988 performance of Sullivan’s choreography Dualité at the Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal. This historical ephemeral document will serve as an entryway for the three artists to discuss, among other ideas, how gestures and histories can be translated through time.
Screening of NFB short documentary Artist in Montreal, attended by artists and other speakers who will shed light on the leading figures, meeting places and ideas that inspired the city and its creative community in the 1950s and 1960s. The film, produced in English and directed by NFB filmmaker Jean Palardy, himself a painter and art historian, recounts a time of artistic excitement and dynamism in Montreal.
The artist will be honored on December 10, 2014 as part of the Gala des arts visuels.
To have a look at Françoise Sullivan's exhibition on view at the Institut Universitaire de Gériatrie de Montréal, please ask your way to the security officer.
4565 Queen Mary, Montreal. From 8:00 AM to 8:00 PM on weekdays.
The film will be shown at the MACM.
Recently, the Canadian Conference of the Arts (CCA) announced the winners of its National Awards 2009.Among these, Françoise Sullivan who will receive le Diplôme d’honneur in recognition of her career and her contribution to the visual arts in Canada.