Luce Pelletier

Luce Pelletier

Québec, QC, Canada

About Luce Pelletier

My works was exhibited across Quebec, Canada, France and in United States. Since the 90s, ephemeral sculpture has been the principal part of my output and this has led to me great interest in photography. I am well known for site-specific sculpture in natural and urban settings. I create both temporary and permanent sculptures which question the relationship between man and nature. My subscription of the Public Art Commission has been crucial to the development of my work. I has been selected for over thirty public art commissions in Quebec, Canada. Based on the observations of nature, my sculptures are hybrid in form and reveal links between the mineral, animal and plant worlds. My work appeared in prestigious collections including Cirque du Soleil, the Art Bank of Canada and private collection in Canada and U.S. I also teach art since 2009 to the Maison des Métiers d'art de Québec.

Education

I completed an MFA in 1993 at the University of Montréal and I'm now living in Québec City.

Events

New public commission for the 2020, Quebec, Canada
Client: Ville de Québec.
Mémorial à la mémoire des victimes de l'attentat de la Grande Mosquée de Québec, Québec
Client: Quartier Dix30
Fougères et têtes de violon, Brossard
Client: Politique 1%, Gouvernement du Québec
Équilibre et mouvement. Amphithéâtre Desjardins, Mont-Joli, Québec
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My work process: http://vimeo.com/34266133

Luce Pelletier. Monographie des œuvres des années 2000 à 2011. Auteurs: Hervé de Fontenay; François Giard et Danielle Lord. Version française et traduction anglaise de Louise Ashcroft et Linda Gaboriau.

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Exhibitions

Solo:
2019- Construction identitaire. Maison des arts de Laval.
2017- Papier identité. Centre d'exposition de Mont-Laurier
2015 - Habiter. Maison de la Culture Côte-des-Neiges. Montréal.
2015 - Symbiose. Centre National d'exposition de Jonquière. Commissaire Danielle Lord.
2015 - Habiter. Galerie d'arts Desjardins
Drummondville, Québec. Commissaire Danielle Lord.
2013 - Dwell. Foster White Gallery. Seattle, Wa.Etats-Unis

Groupe:
Snap-Toronto. by TD-Bank. Fundraiser event. Photography.

Art Photography Show. San Diego Art Institute. Californie. Julia Dolan, Commissaire (conservatrice au Portland Art Museum)

À chacun sa matière. Bibliothèque Gabrielle-Roy, Québec.

Arbres d'avril. L'arbre à souhaits. Parc Saint-Roch, Québec. Installation in situ.

À toute mailles ! Maison de la Culture Marie-Uguay. Montréal.