Michel Casavant was born in Tracy (Quebec) in 1946. The self-taught painter has worked in his Montreal atelier for more than twenty-five years. His three-dimensional works are unclassifiable: they are the result of both building and painting. Some of them can be found in important private collections in Canada, the United States and Europe, while others are part of the collections of the Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal and of the Musée national des beaux-arts du Québec.
Isabelle de Mévius
Michel Casavant: an Anamorphic Stroll
La grande mystique du silence
the Great Mysticism of Silence
La table des matières et la restauration du tableau volé
the Table of Contents and the Restoration of the Stolen Painting
La porte de l’invisible et le château de la pureté
the Door to the Invisible and the Castle of Purity
Traverser l’écran des représentations
Stepping Through the Screen
Casavant, monarque pictanalyste
Casavant, Pictanalyst and Monarch
Recouvrement de la peinture [?]
Painting Over Painting [?]
La t/erreur décadrée
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