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When Boucar Diouf Inspires Wood Sculpting

Until November 11th, 2018
When Boucar Diouf Inspires Wood Sculpting
When Boucar Diouf Inspires Wood Sculpting
When Boucar Diouf Inspires Wood Sculpting
When Boucar Diouf Inspires Wood Sculpting
When Boucar Diouf Inspires Wood Sculpting

The Museum presents the Québec premiere of a brand-new exhibition of the Viatour-Berthiaume sculpting duo. It presents a collection of fifteen toy sculptures made of painted wood. Marie-Annick Viatour and Gaétan Berthiaume’s artworks are inspired with humour and sensitivity by texts, tales, chronicles, books and shows of Quebecer Boucar Diouf of Senegalese origin. Supporting the duo’s creative process, the author has signed the texts accompanying the sculptures. Director-videographer Louis-Roland Leduc produced a short film presented with the exhibition.


To learn more about the artists’ creative process, watch the following short film