Stéphane Langlois – Anomalies

    March 7 to April 20 2014
    Opening Friday March 7 at 5PM

    Centre MATERIA is pleased to present the works of the upcoming sculptor Stéphane Langlois. Join us at the opening and meet the artist while discovering his recent sculptures.

    Anomalies is an exhibition of Langlois’ latest works inspired by the shape of the evergreen’s cones. Skillfully using steel and aluminum, the artist offers a new interpretation of a natural living structure. Those transformed evergreen’s flowers acquire an anomalous and paradoxical quality.

    Centre MATERIA is proud to fulfill its mission by presenting the work of an upcoming local artist and one of his active members, highlighting the importance of the implication of the local community in the Centre’s duty.

    Stéphane Langlois was born in Saint-Marc-des-Carrières, Portneuf. Following his studies in sculpture at Maison des métiers d’art in Quebec City, he became a professional sculptor in 2002. Using various materials such as wood, metal and even snow, his works were shown in many solo and group exhibitions and symposiums. In 2007, he realized a first public art sculpture for the Collège-des-Jésuites library. After living for more than 25 years in the city, Langlois moved back to the country, he currently lives and works in Neuville.