Enchanting Botanical Prints


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May 1 to October 31 2021
The Japanese Pavilion closes at 6 p.m.
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4101, rue Sherbrooke Est
Montréal, QC Canada
H1X 2B2

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Sandrine de Borman draws her artistic inspiration from the world of plants, which she explores intently, examining the details of the veins of a leaf or the traces left by a passing insect.

De Borman’s creations, which she also characterizes as “relics of wondrous moments,” are born out of her walks in nature, both wild and cultivated. Her artwork captures the nuance of an emotion, a meaningful encounter with the vegetation at a particular site, or an inspiring conversation with an artist, philosopher, botanist, among others. Sandrine de Borman’s works attest to the beauty and fragility of plant life by highlighting our relationship with and sensitivity to the plant world.

Several Japanese words and concepts are reflected in Sandrine de Borman’s approach, and are highlighted in this exhibition.

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