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Simon Belleau

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Simon Belleau, a Canadian born artist, is currently working towards a Master of Fine Arts in Studio, at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. He earned his BFA in 2011 from Concordia University Photography and Studio Arts program in Montreal. His practice disassemble the photographic act via sculptural interventions, Simon Belleau questions and engages with the material and indexical properties of photography. While taking anchor in lens-based processes, he additionally investigate these dialogues through sculpture and installation. Over the years, he exhibited in several solo and group exhibitions in Canada and in the United States, notable exhibitions include EXPO, Chicago Art Fair (2014), Surface Tension, group exhibition, Chicago (2014), 46.18, -74.86, solo exhibition, Les Territoires gallery, Montreal (2013). He is the 2014 recipient of the Jacques and Natasha Gelman Trust Scholar and Fellow Program, and recently received a Full Fellowship to complete a residency at the Vermont Studio Center.

SIMON BELLEAU (b.1986, Montreal, Canada) graduated from Concordia University after studying Fine Arts Photography and Studio Art program in 2011. Simon is also completing his Masters of Fine Arts in Studio, at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Belleau has appeared in a selected of exhibitions such as. Surface Tension, Sullivan Galleries, Chicago (2014). 46.18,-74,84, Solo Exhibition, Les Territoires Gallery, Montréal (2013). PPAC 4th Annual exhibition, Philadelphia Photo Arts Center, Philadelphia (2013). Video Store, curated by Suzanne Carte & Su-Ying Lee, Access gallery, Vancouver (2013). Belleau/Nadeau, Local 910, Espace DECOURSE, Montréal (2012). Combine 11, FOFA Gallery, Montreal (2011). Projet à Louer, UMA/La Maison de l’Image et de la Photographie, Montréal (2011). Now What?, VAV Gallery, Concordia University, Montréal (2011). MonoBandes II, curated by Anne-Renée Hotte & Marie-Josée Parent, Les Territoires, Montréal (2011). Belleau had had residencies in various institutions such as. Le Cabinet, Espace de Production Photographique Montréal (2013). Listhús Artist Residency Program, Listhús Artspace, Ólafsfjördur, Iceland (2013). Belleau has also been involved in publications such as. Book of Longing, curated by Ariele D-Krosnick, SAIC department of Visual & Critical studies (2014). SAIC MFA Photo artist’s books, essay by Karsten Lund, published by SAIC department of Photography (2014). Flash Forward 2013: Emerging Photographers Catalogue, published by The Magenta Foundation (2013).

 

 

 


Simon Belleau, a Canadian born artist, is currently working towards a Master of Fine Arts in Studio, at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. He earned his BFA in 2011 from Concordia University Photography and Studio Arts program in Montreal. His practice disassemble the photographic act via sculptural interventions, Simon Belleau questions and engages with the material and indexical properties of photography. While taking anchor in lens-based processes, he additionally investigate these dialogues through sculpture and installation. Over the years, he exhibited in several solo and group exhibitions in Canada and in the United States, notable exhibitions include EXPO, Chicago Art Fair (2014), Surface Tension, group exhibition, Chicago (2014), 46.18, -74.86, solo exhibition, Les Territoires gallery, Montreal (2013). He is the 2014 recipient of the Jacques and Natasha Gelman Trust Scholar and Fellow Program, and recently received a Full Fellowship to complete a residency at the Vermont Studio Center.

SIMON BELLEAU (b.1986, Montreal, Canada) graduated from Concordia University after studying Fine Arts Photography and Studio Art program in 2011. Simon is also completing his Masters of Fine Arts in Studio, at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Belleau has appeared in a selected of exhibitions such as. Surface Tension, Sullivan Galleries, Chicago (2014). 46.18,-74,84, Solo Exhibition, Les Territoires Gallery, Montréal (2013). PPAC 4th Annual exhibition, Philadelphia Photo Arts Center, Philadelphia (2013). Video Store, curated by Suzanne Carte & Su-Ying Lee, Access gallery, Vancouver (2013). Belleau/Nadeau, Local 910, Espace DECOURSE, Montréal (2012). Combine 11, FOFA Gallery, Montreal (2011). Projet à Louer, UMA/La Maison de l’Image et de la Photographie, Montréal (2011). Now What?, VAV Gallery, Concordia University, Montréal (2011). MonoBandes II, curated by Anne-Renée Hotte & Marie-Josée Parent, Les Territoires, Montréal (2011). Belleau had had residencies in various institutions such as. Le Cabinet, Espace de Production Photographique Montréal (2013). Listhús Artist Residency Program, Listhús Artspace, Ólafsfjördur, Iceland (2013). Belleau has also been involved in publications such as. Book of Longing, curated by Ariele D-Krosnick, SAIC department of Visual & Critical studies (2014). SAIC MFA Photo artist’s books, essay by Karsten Lund, published by SAIC department of Photography (2014). Flash Forward 2013: Emerging Photographers Catalogue, published by The Magenta Foundation (2013).