Emmanuelle Léonard lives and works in Montreal.
In 1997, she received a bachelor’s degree in fine arts, with a specialization in photography, from Concordia University. Her works have been featured in fifteen solo and group shows at galleries and artist-run centres in Quebec and Canada, including De fougue et de passion at the Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal. Her recent work, launched at the most recent edition of Mois de la Photo à Montréal, continues her reflection on the representation of social space, a concern at the core of her photographic practice.
The Space of Making
2005.01.14 - 02.27
In 1969, Jeff Wall published Landscape Manual, a book whose annotated text provided a commentary on the making of landscape photographs…Read more
2003.29.11 - 2004.31.01
L’observation du lieu et des traces qu’y a laissé l’homme est au centre de nombreuses pratiques artistiques. Qu’il soit paysage naturel…Read more
Life in Real Time. Slow Motion
2002.03.22 - 05.26
The inaugural event Life in Real Time is intended to initiate a questioning of the social environment to which current artistic practices…Read more