DALLÉGRET, François (1937)

François Dallégret, Interface. 1989. Photo : Gabor Szilasi

François Dallégret studied math and architecture in Paris. He served as a consultant during Expo 67, for which he also created several outdoor mechanical sculptures. A grant holder of the Canada Council for the Arts, he has held many solo shows both in Canada and abroad and taken part in a number of group exhibitions, including Trois générations d’art québécois 1940-1950-1960 at the Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal in 1976.

SEE:
« Was Quebec’s Cultural Revolution Accomplished by Tossing Art in the Trash? » by Fabien Loszach, ESPACE #89, p. 12.

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