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in St. Thomas, On­tario, on 17 April 1940, and hav­ing moved with his fam­ily to Mon­tréal in 1944, Roland Poulin now lives and works in SteAngèle-de-Mon­noir in the Mon­terégie re­gion. He stud­ied at the École des beauxarts de Mon­tréal fr­jom 1964 to 1969, and has taught at Univer­sité Laval in 1973 and 1981, as well as in the Depart­ment of Vis­ual Arts at the Uni­ver­sity of Ottawa from the end of the 1980s un­til 2005. The artist has been awarded such pres­ti­gious prizes as the Prix Ozias-Le­duc of the Emile Nel­li­gan Foun­da­tion, in 1992, the Prix Vic­tor-Mar­tynLynch-Staunton of the Canada Arts Coun­cil in 1996, the Prix Paul-Émile Bor­d­uas of the Gov­ern­ment of Québec in 2001, and the Gover­norGen­eral’s Prize in Vis­ual Arts for 2005.

ex­hi­bi­tion Roland Poulin. Sculp­tures et dessins presents: a sculp­ture of spec­tac­u­lar di­men­sions en­ti­tled Ul­time dia­logue;

stud­ies for large-for­mat sculp­tural works, in brass, steel and glass; a se­ries of seven draw­ings en­ti­tles Strat­i­fi­ca­tions.

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