Michèle Waquant was born in Quebec City in 1948. She lives and works in France, where she teaches photography at the École Nationale Supérieure d’Arts de Cergy. Through her video, photography, painting, drawing and writing, Michèle Waquant always expresses a devoted and patient gaze upon the events, places and gestures of everyday life. Her work has been exhibited in Canada and abroad. Among many such solo shows have been Médianes, produced by the Galerie de l’UQAM in 1999 and presented in France at the Galerie de l’École Supérieure des Beaux-Arts de Marseille, L’amoureux, organized by the Galerie Corinne Caminade in Paris in 2002, and L’observatoire, presented at the Centre d’art Passerelle in Brest in 2003. Michèle Waquant’s works can be found in numerous private and public collections.
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The exhibition Migration Areas brings together two artists, Raymonde April and Michèle Waquant, whose artistic and personal…Read more
Migrations Areas. Raymonde April – Michèle Waquant
This publication is made up of works unpublished during the exhibition and of documents that bear witness to both the artists’ respective research and personal stories…Read more