Tuesday September 2nd, 2014
Only about ten days remain to see the exhibits and installations of the 5th edition of Rencontres internationales de la photographie en Gaspésie, on the theme “Visible. Invisible.” Until mid-September, some 50 photographers from the Gaspé, elsewhere in Québec and various countries are exhibiting their work in 13 host municipalities. AVIGNON // In Matapedia, in Saint-Laurent-de-Matapédia church, the exhibit Nomad by Kitra Cahana (Montreal, Québec) is being held. In Miguasha, on the site of...
Wednesday August 6th, 2014
The Photographer Tour, presented as part of the 5th edition of Rencontres internationales de la photographie en Gaspésie, will run from August 15 to 19 in different municipalities on the peninsula. At the heart of Rencontres, the Photographer Tour is a one-of-a-kind event that brings together visitors, photographers and the local population on the Gaspé territory. It offers public get-togethers on the subject of creation in the form of photo...
Monday August 4th, 2014
For the fifth edition of the festival, Rencontres Internationales de la photographie en Gaspésie has partnered with the Collection Loto-Québec in a shared commitment to supporting visual-arts creation in Québec. The Collection Loto-Québec boasts over 4,700 works produced by over 1,200 local artists. From mid-July to mid-September, come discover the exhibit “Eyes on the Collection Loto-Québec,” which showcases 35 years of creation in Québec in 35 photographs. The photos presented in Percé...
Thursday July 31st, 2014
The theme of this 5th edition of Rencontres internationales de la photographie en Gaspésie – “Visible. Invisible.” – gives free rein to the interpretation we bring to the photograph, to what it embodies in our day-to-day life, in our relationship with the real and our perception of the world. The theme also serves as a pretext for presenting the body of work of the different artists taking part in this year’s Rencontres....More +
Tuesday July 29th, 2014
The Higher Ground photograms (Michael Flomen) are the results of a dialogue between the artist and Nature, specifically fireflies. The large-format film documents the interaction of energies with the natural elements at night directly in the countryside, fixing the natural light of the firefly. The best time to view this installation is at dusk and during the night. This is time when the actual photogrammes were made and when the...More +
Tuesday July 22nd, 2014
Montreal artists Patrick Dionne and Miki Gingras were invited to do a residency in the town of Percé in 2014 with the goal of creating a participatory photographic work with the local communities. In the course of that residency, which took place in the spring of 2014, the two artists’ interest came to focus on Bonaventure Island and its history. Seeking out former residents of the island, today transformed into...More +