Jennifer Alleyn speaks about the exhibition at the Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal.
Source: La Presse
Authors:Éric Clément et Simon Giroux
I ma studio, I am many is the first retrospective devoted to the artist since his death in 2004. This exhibition turns the spotlight on one of the less well-established figures in the history of recent Québec art.
Source: La Fabrique culturelle
An insider’s look on how art impacts life.
Inheriting her father’s studio, Montreal-based filmmaker Jennifer Alleyn awakes after the funeral to find herself drawn to this intimate space, still exuding the artist’s imagination. Seeking to prolong their dialogue she shifts through the work, to understand this free thinker’s life journey. Edmund alleyn, an intensely private man, left his mark on Canadian art history.
Now available in DVD in English and French versions.
To order the film, please contact Jonathan Davidovics (Films du 3 mars distibution) :
Tel: 514. 523-8530
DVD AVAILABLE IN VARIOUS LOCATIONS
– Renaud-Bray bookstores
– Museum shops (CCA)
– Repertoire vidéo clubs such as : Boite Vidéo, Boite Noire, Club Vidéo Baubien, Vidéodrome (St-Foy), Phos (St-Lambert), Movieland (rue St-Catherine – Montréal), la Causeuse (Montréal)
L’atelier de mon père, (My father’s studio) by Jennifer Alleyn, wins a Gemeaux Prize for « Best biography or portrait » at the Gala des Gémeaux 2009.