Fonds F 823 - Pierre Tremblay fonds

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Pierre Tremblay fonds

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F 823

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  • 2002-2008 (Creation)
    Tremblay, Pierre

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2 exhibition catalogues
1 book (436 p.)

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Pierre Tremblay is a Toronto-based artist and an Associate Professor at Ryerson University. Tremblay was born in Québec City. He earned Bachelors of Applied Arts in Design and Photography from Laval University and in Still Photography Studies from Ryerson University. He received his MFA in Art and Technology of Image from Paris University Bibliothèque Nationale Bayard Presse. Tremblay lived and worked for many years in Paris. From 1994 through 1996, he taught advanced computer imaging at the Paris branch of the Parson's School of Design, moving to Toronto in 1998. Tremblay's work in still and motion picture photography, as well as sound and new media, has been exhibited for over twenty years and appears in a number of public and private collections in Canada and France. Tremblay has acted as the coordinator for the French visiting artist program at the School of Image Arts and has coordinated cross-cultural conferences, bringing together artists and scholars from Quebec, Ontario and France to discuss new media technology and artistic practice.

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Fonds consists of published materials authored or co-authored by Tremblay.

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