Vidéo - Introduction aux expositions
Musée National de la Photographie Desjardins, Drummondville, Québec
Du 7 septembre au 19 décembre 2021 *** Prolongé jusqu'au 28 février 2022 ***
The beauty of a people
India - Sri Lanka
The exhibitionThe Beauty of a People, India - Sri Lanka , presents my encounter with the astonishing cultural and social richness of the peoples of India and Sri Lanka, photographic expedition 2017 and 2019. Thanks to the photography, I was able to explore far beyond their exoticism, the warmth and beauty of the people and their country.
I sought by photography to capture through the vibrant colors that reign everywhere, the scent of spices, the quiet happiness of everyday life in the often stunning and noisy conditions of cities. Despite the state of poverty, filth and indigence, we find deep down in the people, a kind of serenity that emerges in a fabric of pride, courage and almost mystical resignation.
Exhibition: a selection of 132 paintings , several in very large format
On the calendar:
From March to June 2021 - Musée National de la Photographie Desjardins, Drummondville, Quebec
From June 17, 2019 to September 15, 2020 - Artist's window, a preview of 9 large-format paintings, 1910 rue King Ouest, 3rd floor, Sherbrooke, Quebec
The Sherbrooke Photo Trail
"Humans from here and elsewhere"
The theme revolves around "Humans from here and elsewhere" and their history, and showcases the Humains de Sherbrooke collective (Camerio site) as well as two artists from the region, Marcel Morin (Parc Jacques-Cartier site) and Guy Tremblay. (Time hotel site), on the three sites bordering Lac-des-Nations.
The exhibition is organized by the Musée des Beaux Arts, the Jacques-Cartier Arts and Culture Committee and the City of Sherbrooke.
a selection of 10 paintings , in very large format
On the calendar:
From September 1,6, 2020 to the end of September 2021
Sherbrooke Photo Trail, Lac des Nations,
As part of the Journées de la culture 2020, the Galerie ARTSVERSUS is pleased to invite you to its first fall cultural event presenting the work of two photographic artists:
Marcel MORIN and Sarah GOBEIL
Galerie ArtsVersus 1338 King Ouest, Sherbrooke
Are we that different?
The exhibition Are we so different?
Brings together 22 color photographs, large formats, taken at random from the circumstances of life. Some portraits were captured on Wellington Street in Sherbrooke while others were captured during numerous photo expeditions to Canada, Europe, Asia and elsewhere. Among the fundamental questions that guide the photographer on a daily basis, he is more concerned by the commonalities that connect people to each other than by the apparent differences that would be likely to distance them from each other. And that's exactly what he wants audiences to take away from his photos to which he adds a brief staging and a few punchy quotes. You should know that the photographer does not content himself with capturing the moment, he takes the time to establish a warm and human contact. This moment of taming takes place in both directions: the photographer would never allow himself to steal the image, he takes the time to enter into a relationship, letting the other come to him, he approaches with respect never not wanting to force the note. Each photo arrives at its own pace.
Exposure: a selection of 22 photographs , in very large format
On the calendar:
June 30 to July 25, 2021
279, rue Principale, Granby, Quebec
Vernissage: To be announced
From January 19 to April 12, 2020
4160 du Vieux Pont, Jonquière, Quebec
Vernissage: Sunday January 19, 2020 at 2:30 p.m.
From May 18 to June 2, 2019
From June 2, 2019 to May 31, 2020
Traveling exhibition across China orchestrated by
the Ming Art Museum, Suzhou China
From October 1 to December 15, 2019
The Pierre-Gobeil Cultural Center
present at Virgule Café
103-5400 Rue Président-Kennedy, Sherbrooke
From November 1 to December 20, 2018
Café Faro, Sherbrooke, Quebec
Sherbrooke noir et blanc - l'espoir
2nd EDITION - COLLECTOR - $ 60
Table book - square 25 x 25cm - hard cover - top paper
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Sherbrooke black and white
Sherbrooke black and white - hope
Over the years, the city of Sherbrooke has been the subject of many artistic projects. Indeed, there has been no lack of studies, research of all varieties including books on the Queen of the Eastern Townships.
However, this is an unusual project: an exhibition of black-and-white photos of Sherbrooke, expanded by citizens' reflections on the theme determined by the initiator - that of - hope.
This project differs from those presented previously, as it incorporates the collaboration of various personalities of the City. This complicity is the primary objective of the project's creator, Marcel Morin.
Insofar as Marcel is concerned, it does not suffice to present only imagery as captured through his camera lense - rather he seeks to collect the personal sentiments of fifty Sherbrookois, who are informed by various environmental spheres, inter alia, political, educational, cultural, business, sports etcetera.
Marcel's sincere desire is to support his photography of Sherbrooke through the writings of it's inhabitants.
Exhibition: a selection of 50 photographs and thoughts ,
in very large format
On the calendar:
From October 31 to December 20, 2019
Book : Sherbrooke black and white - hope
1st Edition - Sold Out of stock
2nd Edition - Releases end of January 2020
. Edition, table book
. Square format 25cm x 25 cm
. Hard cover
. Superior paper
Participating in the 30th edition of the Night of the Homeless on Friday October 18 in Montreal. Under the theme, Different faces, different stories, this activity to raise awareness of the situation of poverty, social disaffiliation and homelessness, is being deployed simultaneously in more than thirty cities in Quebec.
I will be there, in the discussions and media marquee tent, exhibition on the marquee walls. Place Gennevilliers-Laliberté, 4441 Ontario St E, Montreal
Photo Exhibition - Marcel Morin
To commemorate the 100th anniversary of the Archdiocese of Sherbrooke. A series of 16 photos of the Small Chapel of the Archdiocese and of the Cathedral.
Exhibition September 29 to October 31, 2019
Open to the public every day
130 Rue de la Cathédrale, Sherbrooke