First monograph on the twenty-year career of Diane Landry, a major figure on the Canadian contemporary art scene. Taking her inspiration from the world around her, Landry creates environments that plunge the visitor into experiences that capt the eye, the ear and the emotions. By recycling, manipulating and even falsifying everyday objects she transforms them into kinetic poetry - the physicality of the works intensified by elements of performance and installation. Produced with The Robert McLaughlin Gallery. ABC Livres d'art Canada
Publisher: Musée d'art de Joliette
120 pp ill. coul. 25 x 20 cm. 2009.
Author(s): Eve-Lyne Beaudry & Kim Simon
Artist(s): Diane Landry
Language: English and French