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Maude Tapin


2022, mixed media on skateboard

Work presented during the collective exhibition Le Board Show at the Hampton Gallery in Montreal, from August 25 to 28, 2022 and during a private exhibition at Moment Factory from November 8, 2022 to January 3, 2023.

Maude Tapin


2021, metal sculpture

Work presented during the collective exhibition "L'Art du temps" as part of the Journées de la culture.




Maude Tapin 


2021, mixed media

Work selected for the Jean-Tal gallery 2021 (Infoman)


Rénoviction is inspired by the housing crisis as well as denunciations related to evictions of housing under the pretext (sometimes true, sometimes fraudulent) of renovations, then drastic increases in rents that follow. The work presents a housing tower announcing housing "freshly renovated" while it is clearly the recycling of subway cars stacked on a lawn subtly made up of banknotes.

Maude Tapin et Jean-François Paquin

Wet'suwet'en Square

2020, mixed media

Work selected for Jean-Tal gallery's 2020 official poster (Infoman)


Inspired by a video filmed by CNN during the events of 1989 at Tiananmen Square, we have modified and reinterpreted this iconic press cliché to reflect the intensity surrounding the demands of the  First Nations communities. 

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