Étienne Tremblay-Tardif is an artist, writer and researcher based in Montreal. He holds a BA in Film Studies and Art History from the University of Montréal (2006) and a BFA (2009) and MFA (2013) in Studio Arts from Concordia University. His work is concerned with complexity and density within urban social space, critical theory, material culture and spatial practices in art. He is involved in Arprim, an art center dedicated to print-based practices, and his work was featured in the 2014 Biennale de Montréal at the Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal.

Mutchler, Urban and Dupuis-Bourret at Atelier Circulaire

Installation view: “Leslie Mutchler & Jason Urban: UNIVERSAL,” Atelier Circulaire Gallery, 2014. From left to right: UNIVERSAL Gate (2014), screenprint, woodcut and lithograph, 24 x14 inches; Softboxes (2014), digital print, 65 x 96 inches; Rock (2014), digital print and acrylic, 10 x 15 inches.

The Montreal cooperative printshop Atelier Circulaire kicked off the first complete season of its new exhibition space with two remarkable shows this past fall: “Universal” by the Texas-based duo Leslie Mutchler and Jason Urban, and “La fabrication de l’espace” by Quebec artist Andrée-Anne Dupuis-Bourret. Read More