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The new exhibition to be seen in the Espace-galerie of Cégep de Drummondville - Vingt55

The new exhibition to be seen in the Espace-galerie of Cégep de Drummondville – Vingt55

At a time when the repercussions of climate change and mental health issues are growing, many voices are being raised to question our consumption-based lifestyles, our performance and progress at any cost.

The exhibition consists of the works of students of the Art of Photography course from Fall 2021 slow down the fall He testifies to this phenomenon and collects many works that confirm the committed position of their authors. While some of the images in the gallery are distinguished by their somewhat forward-looking critical approach, others rather reveal a desire to find refuge and pose the search for inner peace that seems to inhabit us all.

“We are proud to highlight the students’ work in this new exhibition. slow down the fall It highlights issues that matter to all of us, and photography allows us to read them more through the sensitive,” Claudel Lozier Vanas, curator and professor of visual arts at the Cégep de Drummondville, explains.

Artists showing their work this fall are Luanne Beguin, Emily Benoit, Megan Blanchard-Jeger, Aimee Ghane, Matisse Jaguar, Moulin Leclerc, Anis Luciani, Catherine Nadeau, Andrea Ramirez Martinez, Gabriel Rancourt and Marianne Sorborn.

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