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Marée (Tide)

Artist : Jules Lasalle
Country : Canada
Year of creation : 2015
Materials : Weathering steel
Method : Welding assembly

Description

This movement brings me back to memories and straight away sends me to tomorrow by successive sequences. The back and forth of my internal sea. The passage is becoming luminous. This sculpture was inspired by a few texts from Pierre Flynn from his album “Sur la terre”.

In collaboration with : André Domon (1975) Inc.

Biography

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Artist : Jules Lasalle

Sculptor and modeller Jules Lasalle lives and works in Montréal, where he directs the studio Attitude enr. In 1979, he completed a bachelor’s degree in visual arts at the Université du Québec à Montréal. From 1981 to 1983, he undertook a number of sculpture internships in Paris at establishments such as the École nationale supérieure des arts appliqués, Les Ateliers Hervé Cappelli, and the Ministère de la Culture. He has produced a number of other works of public art in Montréal, including Hommage à Marguerite Bourgeoys (1988), on Rue Notre-Dame East, and Monument à Maurice Richard (1997), at the entrance to the eponymous arena.

Source : Bureau d’art public – Ville de Montréal

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