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© Isabelle Hayeur

Isabelle Hayeur »


a tripartite exhibition

Exhibition: – 7 Nov 2020

Plein sud

150, rue de Gentilly Est, local D-0626
J4H 4A9 Longueuil



© Isabelle Hayeur

Isabelle Hayeur is known for the rigour and consistency of a body of work conceived around social and political issues related to the environment. Her commitment to the environment and its ominous fate is tenacious and unfailing. The exhibition (D)énoncer, being presented in three regions of Québec, traces the travels and investigations of a photographer and video maker in action, constantly on the lookout for upheavals in our ecosystems, which she transposes into images and words. A large proportion of the exhibition is allotted to her recent output, including previously unseen work. This work is paired with her earliest photographs of excavations and with her involvement with citizens’ and activist groups. Her work conveys the damage our planet is suffering and accords in a gripping manner to say the least with the current public health crisis.

© Isabelle Hayeur

A 360-page monograph, examining Isabelle Hayeur’s entire career, will be published to mark the occasion. It will include texts by Mona Hakim, Peggy Gale, Ann Thomas and Isabelle Hayeur.
An interactive digital platform available at these three venues lets visitors penetrate the creative process of this socially involved artist and to reflect with her on the way in which we inhabit the world.

Plein sud, centre d’exposition en art actuel à Longueuil
150, rue de Gentilly Est, local D-0626
Longueuil, J4H 4A9, Canada
(450) 679-2966

Maison des arts de Laval
Salle Alfred-Pellan
1395, boul. de la Concorde Ouest
Laval, H7N 5W1, Canada
(450) 662-4440

Galerie d’art Antoine-Sirois de l’Université de Sherbrooke
2500, boul. de l’Université
Sherbrooke, J1K 2R1, Canada
(819) 821-7742

Isabelle Hayeur : (D)énoncer is a tripartite exhibition, produced by Plein sud, centre d’exposition en art actuel à Longueuil. It was made possible by the financial support of the government of Quebec.