Spring & Summer 2019 at The Print Atelier

Summer is almost here...what could be better then browsing through Art while you’re enjoying a martini on your lounge chair under a shady tree?

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South Africa by LM Chabot

We are proud to finally present the new series of works South Africa shot by the powerful and inspired duo 
LM Chabot.

The artists, shot those photographs entirely on film, while they spent 4 months road tripping around South Africa in 2016.

Working on the study of colours and shapes and always inspired by nature in its raw state, the new series is pure representation of LM Chabot signature style, offering beautiful, vivid, graphic and intimate images where composition, symmetry and history comes together.

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Summertime

HAPPY SUMMER HOLIDAYS!

It's finally this time of the year where we get to enjoy the heat, relax by the pool, spend long hours reading and why not, discover new Artists and Artworks !

What could be a better place to do this then Online! From the comfort of your lounge chair, let yourself immerse in the discovery of inspiring works from our talented artists...

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Eglantine Lavogez
joins us

Eglantine Lavogez is a young photographer based in Paris. Her vision is characterized by a search of daily aesthetic and harmony to be found through her immediate environment.  As so many before her, she wonders around town, searching for an element or a structure that will catch her eye and push her to stop.

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New Artist
Daniel Desmarais

We're excited to welcome new artist Daniel Desmarais at The Print Atelier !!!
Daniel worked as a humanitarian photographer and press photographer before moving on to Montreal’s cultural scene. He has worked in Pakistan, Ethiopia and Haiti on behalf of the United Nations. Winner of several prestigious awards, he has been showing his works in various exhibitions in Canada.

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Two great series by
Alana Riley

The Print Atelier is honoured to present in collaboration with Joyce Yahouda Gallery, 2 spectacular series by Alana Riley. In her self-portraits titled, "Support System" and "The Pressure between you and me is enough to take a picture", Alana uses unpredictable human encounters as part of her photographic process.

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