Montréal 1942-1992 : L’anarchie resplendissante de la peinture
Authors: Gilles Daigneault, François-Marc Gagnon, Fernande Saint-Martin
1992, 87 p., softcover
Colour illustrations, 24 x 28 cm
Table of contents
Graphic design: Dufour et fille design inc.
© The artists, the authors, Galerie de l’UQAM
The works of thirty-two artists are assembled to highlight the 50th anniversary of Paul-Émile Borduas’s first solo exhibition. François-Marc Gagnon documents the specific context to this foundational event for automatism, as Fernande Saint-Martin looks back on the conflict between figurative and abstract art in contemporary art history in Québec. Gilles Daigneault writes about different manifestations of painting in Montréal during the 1980s.