Raymonde April was born in 1953 in Moncton, New Brunswick, and grew up in Rivière-du-Loup. She lives and works in Montreal, where she has been teaching photography at Concordia University since 1985. Her photographic work has been exhibited both nationally and internationally. Raymonde April’s solo shows include Voyage dans le monde des choses, organized by the Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal in 1986, Les fleuves invisibles, which was produced by the Musée d’art de Joliette in 1997 and which circulated in Canada and in France until 2000, Tout embrasser, presented at Concordia University’s Leonard et Bina Ellen Gallery within the 2001 edition of the Mois de la Photo à Montréal, and Raymonde April : bifurcations, shown at the Centre culturel Yvonne L. Bombardier in 2004-2005. Raymonde April was awarded the Paul-Émile-Borduas prize in 2003.
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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This publication is made up of works unpublished during the exhibition and of documents that bear witness to both the artists’ respective research and personal stories…Read more