Born in 1970, Michel de Broin lives and works in Montreal, and he obtained his master’s degree in visual arts from Université du Québec à Montréal in 1997.
His most recent exhibitions solos have been at Galerie Pierre-François Ouellette, Montreal (2005); La Vitrine, Paris (2003); Galerie 44, Toronto (two-person show with Ève K. Tremblay, 2003); Villa Merkel, Esslingen, Germany (2002) and the Centre des arts actuels Skol, Montréal (1999). De Broin has also been part of many group exhibitions in Canada and Europe, including Damage Control (2003) at the Canadian Museum of Contemporary Photography, Ottawa; Vaguement Radical Vaguely (2003) at the National Gallery, Sofia, Bulgaria; La demeure (2002) at Galerie Optica, Montreal; and Artefact (2001) on the Lachine Canal in Montreal. The artist’s public art piece Révolutions was dedicated in 2003 in Montreal’s Parc Maisonneuve-Cartier. Michel de Broin is represented by Pierre-François Ouellette Art Contemporain.
2009.03.06 - 05.30
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Le Système des Allusions
2005.05.07 - 06.25
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