Presented at MBAS
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.