Julie Lequin: Top 30
JULIE LEQUIN |
SATURDAY 07 JANUARY 2012 – SATURDAY 10 MARCH 2012
OPENING RECEPTION | FRIDAY 06 JANUARY 2012, 8:00PM – 10:00PM
For her first solo exhibition in Toronto, Julie Lequin presents a selection of chapters from a new multidisciplinary video installation which condenses each year of her life. Effervescent with humor, storytelling, error and wordplay, Top 30 weaves the line between autobiography and fiction.
JULIE LEQUIN is a French Canadian artist. She received a BFA from Concordia University and an MFA from Art Center College of Design. In 2007, 2nd Cannons Publications published Lequin’s first book and DVD project The Ice Skating Tree Opera – Director’s Cuts. Her work has been screened and exhibited internationally at venues such as the Santa Barbara Contemporary Arts Forum in California, La Centrale Powerhouse in Montreal, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Art in General and White Columns in New York City. Lequin is the 2011 recipient of the Joseph S. Stauffer Award, an honour given by the Canada Council for the Arts. Lequin is happily living and working in Montreal.
Read JULIEN BOIS‘ Top 30: Souvenirs and Suitcases, an essay about JULIE LEQUIN‘S exhibition.
Location | 140-401 Richmond St. W Toronto, ON M5V 3A8
Gallery Hours | 11:00am-5:00pm
Julie Lequin: Top 30, 2012. Photo credit: Allan Kosmajac