Pascal Grandmaison (1975–) is a Canadian artist who lives and works in Montréal. In his practice he explores, among others, how images influence perception and the understanding of the concept of infinity. His work has been featured in numerous solo and group shows, including Expo 67, Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal (2017); Intersections: Contemporary Artist Films, Audain Art Museum (Whistler, 2016); Installations, Musée national des beaux-arts du Québec (Québec City, 2016); All membranes are porous, Kamloops Art Gallery (2016); and La vie abstraite I, Diaz Contemporary Galerie (Toronto, 2015). His videos have been presented internationally, including at The Power Plant Gallery (Toronto, 2016), Haus der Kulturen des Welt (Berlin, 2014), Palais de Tokyo (Paris, 2014), and Centre Georges-Pompidou (Paris, 2011). He is represented by Galerie René Blouin (Montréal) and Eponyme Galerie (Bordeaux).
Pascal Grandmaison. Spin + Daylight
2002.11.15 - 2003.01.19
In a society of excess, it is tempting to think of pictures as abundant and valueless; blank and immaterial. Pascal Grandmaison‘s work…Read more
MOMENTA | Biennale de l'image. What Does the Image Stand For?
2017.09.07 - 10.15
Focusing on the theme What Does the Image Stand For? proposed by guest curator Ami Barak, the 2017 edition of MOMENTA | Biennale de l’image will be presented in collaboration with VOX and Galerie de l’UQAM…Read more