Texts by Jean-François Renaud, Marie-Jeanne Musiol, and Pascale Beaudet
Marie-Jeanne Musiol's work involves a complex reduction through which the image is stripped down to reveal the processes and interventions to which it has been subjected. Not only do her images refer to the physical reality of the photographic object, but the serial works and the repetition of identical images presented at different stages of revelation also collectively evoke another level of meaning. Exploring Musiol’s portraiture and the materiality of photographs, this exhibition catalogue with texts by Jean-François Renaud, Marie-Jeanne Musiol, and Pascale Beaudet was published to accompany an exhibition of Musiol’s work at the Ottawa Art Gallery in 1993.
48 pp; hardcover
B/w ill.; 8 x 12 in