Stanley Février

Stanley Février

Visual artist, Stanley Février sees art as a vector of social change and takes a keen look at the social dynamics taking shape in Western societies. He questions the value of life in a context of globalization, through contemporary tragedies. In fact, motivated by the desire to activate collective and individual consciousness, the artist appropriates and modifies images, videos and photographs of these dramas, captured on the Internet. With a master’s degree in visual and media arts, his recent artistic and conceptual concerns are based on institutional criticism, on identity issues and violence as well as the inequalities generated by the latter.

 

Upcoming Exhibitions

 

Museum of Contemporary Art / Department of Invisibles

Atrium of the University of Sherbrooke in Longueuil

March 2021

 

Possible lives

Laurentian Contemporary Art Museum (MACLAU)

November 2021-February 2022

 

Retrospective / Possible lives

National Museum of Fine Arts of Quebec (MNBAQ)

December 2021-May 2022

 

 List of works

 

Yes, We Love You

Plaster, jute

Full-scale

2020

 

Credit: Jean Turgeon and Montreal Museum of Fine Arts (MMFA)

 

This flesh

Plaster, wax, polyurethane foam and oil paint

143 x 92 x 66.5 cm

2017-2019

Credit: Idra Labrie Musée national des beaux-arts du Québec (MNBAQ)

 

3-5- Sculptures of the project: the great hopes

Variable dimensions

Plaster

2019-2020

Credit: Jean Turgeon

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