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Monique Régimbald-Zeiber. Of Works and Hours

From Friday, October 8 to Sunday, January 30, 2022

Monique Régimbald-Zeiber, Avec André-Line B. : petit Jésus (détail), 2015-2016. Photo : Paul Litherland.

Monique Régimbald-Zeiber. Of Works and Hours
Curator: Anne-Marie St-Jean Aubre

The career of painter and author Monique Régimbald-Zeiber spans more than 35 years. She has developed a fascinating approach that disrupts the history of Québécois formalist painting by inserting references to the body and women’s realities, as described by women. Her mission: to give these stories a presence, rather than reducing them to anecdotes or news items, by “figuring differently.” She walks a fine line between abstract and figurative art, treating words as images and approaching pictorial composition from a syntactic perspective; the result is a distinctive hybrid of the disciplines at the heart of her work, literature and painting. Monique Régimbald-Zeiber has been a professor at UQAM’s school of visual and media arts for 20 years, where she has made a major contribution to the education of Quebec’s current generation of contemporary artists. The Musée d’art de Joliette presents the artist’s first retrospective, comprising works from the 1980s along with previously unseen pieces, designed to highlight the common thread running through a career that has put dialogue front and centre.

This exhibition is produced and toured by the Musée d’art de Joliette, thanks to the support of the Fondation du Musée d’art de Joliette.




Vidéo (French only):

Entrez dans l’atelier de la peintre Monique Régimbald-Zeiber !  
Une vidéo produite par la Ville de Montréal et mise en ligne sur :

La Fabrique culturelle

Partenaire présentateur de l’exposition Monique Régimbald-Zeiber: Les ouvrages et les heures

Monique Régimbald-Zeiber
Crédit photo: Anna Lupien et Geneviève Philippon

Les ouvrages et les heures
Marina et Théo Desjardins au travail dans le droit fil
À l'atelier de MRZ. Montréal, août 2019.



Rita Letendre. Lines of Strength

From Thursday, July 8 to Sunday, September 26, 2021

Rita Letendre, Now, 1967

Lines of Strength highlights the work of Rita Letendre, this emblematic figure of Canada’s abstract art field and whose artworks express a flamboyant energy. Born in Drummondville in 1928 to Abenaki and Quebecois parents, Rita Letendre distinguished herself in Montreal’s art scene during the 1950s. The exhibition features over 30 pieces produced between 1953 and 1980 and gathered in three distinct sections referring to the artist’s different chapters of pictorial research.

This exhibition offers insight into the key creative period of her signature arrow motif, developed during the 1970s. Those sharp points split the medium, collide and reflect the inherent strength of compositions dominated by colour and light.

The choreographer Soraïda Caron was invited to create an original piece in direct response to Rita Letendre’s work.


“In my paintings, I try to fracture a moment, to catch a flash of light, but by leaving an opening onto the infinite, as if nothing was left of the painting in the end.”
—Interview by C. L. Gagnon, “Rita Letendre,” Vie des arts, No. 57, Winter 1969-70


This exhibition will also tour in the following locations:



Rita Letendre


EN - La révolution Borduas : espaces et liberté

Salle Premier Tech
From Thursday, June 6 to Sunday, October 6, 2019

Paul-Émile Borduas - Musique acidulée
Grand défenseur de la liberté d’expression, chef de file du mouvement automatiste, Paul-Émile Borduas a marqué l’histoire de l’art en publiant en 1948 le manifeste Le Refus Global, cosigné par 15 autres artistes. Cette exposition propose une soixantaine d’œuvres qui présenteront le parcours de Borduas vers l’automatisme et mettra en lumière certaines œuvres qui ont précédé ses explorations automatistes

Fotostop 2021

Salle Premier Tech et Hall du Musée
From Saturday, January 30 to Sunday, April 11, 2021


L’édition de la biennale 2021 se distingue des précédentes par une pluralité de pratiques reliées à l’image, incluant le médium photographique, mais sans toutefois s’y contraindre. Vous pourrez donc y voir une exposition photo de qualité, mais aussi des installations grands formats et même des reproductions extérieures dans les autres lieux de diffusion de la ville, soit le Centre culturel Berger et la maison de la culture de Rivière-du-Loup.


Projet Filet & Xavier Labrie
Hall du Musée
From Friday, December 4 to Sunday, January 10, 2021

Oeuvres des participant·e·s du Projet Filet

L'aboutissement d'un magnifique projet, tant au niveau artistique qu'humain, à découvrir dans le hall du Musée du Bas-Saint-Laurent jusqu'au 10 janvier: l’exposition « Blanc », qui rassemble les créations des participant·e·s du Projet Filet et celles de l’artiste Xavier Labrie.

Le Projet Filet est un organisme communautaire autonome visant la persévérance scolaire et la croissance personnelle. Les participant·e·s, âgé·e·s de 16 ans et plus, sont accompagné.e.s dans leur cheminement dans l'objectif de se bâtir un projet de vie. Le groupe fréquente le Musée du Bas-Saint-Laurent de façon régulière depuis 2019 en prenant part à des ateliers de création coordonnés par Dominique Pelletier-Lesage et Marie-Soleil Jean.

Initié·e·s à la découpe de papier par l’artiste invité Xavier Labrie, les participant.e.s ont été appelé·e·s à superposer différents papiers blancs afin de créer une œuvre tout en profondeur et en abstraction. Cette exposition invite le public à se plonger dans un univers hivernal de façon inusitée.

Le Musée du Bas-Saint-Laurent est heureux de contribuer à rendre l’art et la culture accessibles à tou·te·s!

Visages et paysages

Salle Prelco
Permanent exhibition

Dévoilement de l'exposition, le 14 novembre 2019

Visages et paysages examines the history, the people and the culture of the Lower St. Lawrence through the MBSL database of historical photographs, while highlighting the natural and cultural specificity of the region and showing the evolution of its landscape and the people shaping it. This exhibition also seeks to strengthen the ties between the regional population and the MBSL.

In the first half of the 20th century, before photography became widely accessible and way before the selfie trend, the Lower St. Lawrence included a significant number of undeniably talented professional or amateur photographers. They have succeeded admirably in capturing the faces and the scenery of the region, and each one of them, through their own eyes, managed to document fragments of stories from the Lower St. Lawrence.

For the coming years, Visages et paysages will be displayed in the Prelco Room of the museum, which housed the Intersection exhibition until earlier this year. Guided through a journey retracing the work of regional photographers, the visitor will discover amazing photographs, each one revealing a little piece of its story rooted in its time, some surprisingly staged, and some unveiling mysteries and raising interesting questions about the photograph’s context.

The exhibition’s interactive experience immerses visitors, young and old, in the heart of over a century of history. Aligning with the historical and cultural mission of the MBSL, this exhibition will be a major regional tourist attraction for years to come.

We hope you enjoy discovering Visages et paysages!


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