Michel Piquette

It is the luminous colours of Michel Piquette’s works that first catch the eye. His chromatic circles that stir up vision take root in an aesthetic tradition a few decades old already: we can think of Claude Tousignant’s or Kenneth Nolan’s circular paintings, among others. For Boris Chukhovich, “chromatic interactions make the exhibition space between the work and the viewer more dynamic, livelier.”
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