Past Exhibitions

Immersive Summer Art Exhibition

Immersive Summer Art Exhibition

Jean-Pierre Gauthier: Interactive Musical Installation | Jenn E Norton: Augmented Reality | Samuel Arsenault-Brassard / MOR: Virtual Reality

June 10 to July 31, 2021

ELLEPHANT Presents an Immersive Summer Art Exhibition Guaranteed to Reawaken your Covid-Numbed Senses and Disperse All Covid-Induced Blues.

 

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Elisabeth Picard

Elisabeth Picard

Hylozoïsme - Solo Exhibition

April 28 to May 29, 2021

The common thread of Elisabeth Picard’s Hylozoism series is the contemplation of both lines and knots unfolding in space. Fascinated by the processes of growth and transformation found in the living world, Elisabeth Picard focuses on two types of creation in this series: fixed sculptural compositions in space and kinetic compositions with movement generated by motors. She ingeniously exploits techniques used to fabricate textiles, basketry, knots and dyeing processes, to create her unique world out of various materials including zip-ties, rope, and bronze.

 

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Samuel Arsenault-Brassard

Samuel Arsenault-Brassard

CULTVRAL Gallery - VR Program

February 17 to April 3, 2021

As a part of its VR program, ELLEPHANT presents every month a new piece by artists all around the world. We present Samuel Arsenault-Brassard and his work CULTVRAL Gallery.

Samuel Arsenault-Brassard is a Canadian multidisciplinary artist inspired by the cross of architecture and the continuous progress of digital hyper-reality.

Curator: Christine Redfern

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Floating paper

Floating paper

Group Exhibition 

February 17 to April 3, 2021

Floating Paper presents art that reflects the relationship between digital artists and the practice of drawing.

With: Samuel Arsenault-Brassard, Adam Basanta, Nathalie Bujold, Robbin Deyo, Jean-Pierre Gauthier, Elisabeth Picard, Sabrina Ratté, Christine Redfern, Skawennati.

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George E. Russell

George E. Russell

Hexagonal Paintings

November 5 to January 30, 2021

As part of the Pictura Montreal festival, ELLEPHANT presents George E. Russell, Hexagonal Paintings.

 

A master of Op-Art, aesthetically related to Quebec’s Les Plasticiens, George E. Russell (1933-2016) developed a unique artistic voice in which both geometric abstraction and spontaneous expression merge. Using his signature hexagonal format, George E. Russell’s imagery belongs amongst Quebec’s celebrated canon of abstract painters, while retaining the feel for the wide open spaces of his birthplace, Saskatchewan. The works on view at ELLEPHANT include many of his iconic Hexagonal Paintings from the 1970s that have rarely before been available for purchase.

 

 

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