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Artist and scenographer Normand Hamel studied painting and sculpture at Concordia University and the Université de Montréal (1979-1981), medieval history…

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Claude Hamelin studied at the former Institut des arts appliqués de Montréal (1967-1968) before receiving a BFA from Concordia University…

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Pierre Hamelin was a self-taught artist whose work comprised not only sculpture, but also engravings, music and poetry. Combining organic…

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Bozena Happach, Silver Boy, 2008. Métal, résine et fibre. 3'-2" x 3'-6" x 1'-6". Photo: Bozena Happach.

Bozena Happach studied in Poland, where she attended the College of Fine Arts and the Gdansk Polytechnic University (Faculties of…

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Tara Harrington arrived in Canada in 1971, studying anthropology at McGill University (1971-1974) and ceramics at the Cégep du Vieux…

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Jean-Pierre Harvey’s Herbier, an asphalt roofing installation presented at Galerie Skol in 1989, illustrates the artist’s focus on the environment…

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Self-taught artist Maurice Harvey began his career at about the age of seventeen, shaping wood sculptures from rough carvings he…

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François F. Hébert, Tango de Montréal. Place Gérald-Godin, station de métro Mont-Royal. Photo : Alexandre Nunes.

A former professor at the Université du Québec à Montréal (UQAM), François Hébert founded “Les Industries perdues” in collaboration with…

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