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2010 to 2014

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A touring exhibition designed and produced by ATSA

 ATSA wishes to thank the Conseil des Arts de Montréal en tournée for producing and staging this exhibition in Montréal, as well as the Conseil des arts et des lettres du Québec for supporting the Quebec and Canada tour.  Thanks to the Canada Art Council for their support in the canadian tour.

After producing 11 editions of the État d’Urgence “manifestival”, which garnered the 2008 Citoyen de la Culture prize, ATSA created a multidisciplinary visual exhibition featuring works by over 20 artists—local, Canadian and foreign—who made original contributions to État d’Urgence during the event’s run between 1998 and 2010, covering video, photography, illustration, poster art, archival film, soundtracks and installations.

The public is invited to discover these colourful, ingenious, sensitive, playful and impactful artistic statements that all deal with the theme of homelessness and the encounter of that often-feared individual: the outsider. Welcome to the artistic universe of État d’Urgence, a voyage that leaves no-one indifferent, and that makes the case that art can be a means of survival.

Beauty is in the details: The 10 ans d’urgence exhibition will allow visitors to discover paintings on unconventional media by the artists of the St. James Drop-in Centre and Sylvain Bouthillette; the sonic work of Luc Raymond; the collaborative illustrations of the via collective; the photography of Bo Huang and Jean-François Lemire; the paintings of Marie-Claude Pratte and by the artists of Cactus Montréal and P.L.A.I.S.I.I.R.S; the drawings of Louis Perron and Labohem; Patrick Bérubé’s china cabinet; Phil Allard’s housebike; the soundtrack and photos by Mohamed Lofti and Réal Capuano; a compilation of snapshots of squats by Mathieu Caron; snippets of the open-mic event recorded by Luc Deschesne; Hans Winkler’s survival handbook; banner illustrations/impressions by Donigan Cumming; photomontages by Leonel Luna; a poster by Dominique Blain; Winfred Baumann’s instant housing; Sérgio Cezar’s miniature cardboard architecture; Jenna Maclellan’s textile installation; Luc Sénécal’s impressionistic video; a photographic anthology by Martin Savoie featuring the works of Armand Vaillancourt, Karen Spencer, Héloïse Rémy, Sylvie Cotton, Mario Duchesneau and Kyohei Sakaguchi; two installations by ATSA; the award-winning É.U. posters designed by orangetango; and a collection of video capsules by Santiago Bertolino, Steve Patry, Henrique Vera Villanueva and Luc Sénécal to round out the retrospective of the magical, socially inclusive gatherings that were the État d’Urgence events.

Read Véronique Leblanc essay
Ten Years of Emergency: Some insights into homelessness and social inequality

 

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2013-2014 canada tour

FREDERICTON, NB
JULY 25TH  TO SEPTEMBER 3TH 2013
Gallery Connexion

VANCOUVER, BC
CO-PRESENTATION GRUNT GALLERY AND GALLERY GACHET

APRIL 11TH  TO MAY 17TH 2014 @ grunt gallery
APRIL 11TH  TO MAY 25TH 2014 @ Gallery Gachet

Opening Night: April 11th @ Gallery Gachet (5:30) & grunt gallery (7:30)
Artist Talk: April 12th @ grunt gallery (2 to 3 pm)
Please spread the word with the facebook event!
More details on ATSA' home page

 

CALGARY, AL
JUNE 27TH  TO  AUGUST 2ND 2014

Openning Night: June 27th with Annie Roy and Pierre Allard (ATSA)
New Gallery

 

WINNIPEG (St-BONIFACE), MB
AUGUST 21TH  TO  OCTOBER 3RD 2014

Centre culturel franco-manitobain
The artists Annie Roy et Pierre Allard will be present from september 25th to 29th for Culture days!

 

 


 

2012–13 Quebec Tour

MAISON HAMEL-BRUNEAU (Québec City)
SEPTEMBER 26 TO DECEMBER 16, 2012 (Vernissage: Tuesday, September 25 at 5 p.m.)
Wednesdays through Sundays from 1 to 5 p.m.
Free admission
2608, chemin Saint-Louis, G1W 1N2
Information: 418-641-6280

CONFERENCE: ATSA’s État d'Urgence: committed activism
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 9, 2012 at 8 p.m.
With Ms. Ève Lamoureux, professor at UQAM’s faculty of art history
Free admission. No reservation required.

MAISON DES ARTS DE DRUMMONDVILLE
January 15 to February 24, 2013

CENTRE RAYMOND-LANIER (Trois-Rivières)
September 15 to October 20, 2013

MORE STOPS WILL BE ADDED!

 

2010-11 Montréal Tour

MAISON DE LA CULTURE POINTE-AUX-TREMBLES
14001, rue Notre-Dame Est, 514 872-2240 
11 novembre 2011 au 22 janvier 2012

CENTRE DES LOISIRS SAINT-LAURENT
1375, rue Grenet, 514 855-6110 
25 août au 2 octobre 2011

MAISON DE LA CULTURE CÔTE-DES-NEIGES
5290, chemin de la Côte-des-Neiges, 514 872-6889 
11 juin au 20 août 2011 
Projection du film
 L’art en action 
Le 10 août 2011 à 14h

MAISON CULTURELLE ET COMMUNAUTAIRE DE MONTRÉAL-NORD
12004 boul. Rolland, 514 328-5640 
8 avril au 22 mai 2011

CENTRE CULTUREL DE VERDUN
5955, rue Bannantyne, 514 765-7170 
2 mars au 3 avril 2011 
Projection du film L’art en action 
Le 2 mars à 19h30

MAISON DE LA CULTURE MERCIER
8105, rue Hochelaga, 514 872-8755 
22 janvier au 27 février 2011

Galerie Port Maurice à Saint-Léonard
8420, boulevard Lacordaire 514 328-8400 
28 octobre au 12 décembre 2010 
Projection du film L’art en action 
2 novembre à 19h30

GALERIE PORT MAURICE À SAINT-LÉONARD
8420, boulevard Lacordaire 514 328-8400 
28 octobre au 12 décembre 2010 
Projection du film L’art en action 
2 novembre à 19h30

GALERIE LES 3 C
(Centre Henri-Lemieux) à Ville Lasalle
7644 rue Édouard, 514 367-5000 
30 septembre au 23 octobre 2010 
Projection du film
 L’art en action 
29 septembre 2010 à 14h

 

 

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