Gaétan Charbonneau
Photography, Montreal Quebec Canada
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Contact details
Tel: 450 965 7260
Brief Summary
Born in 1963 in Montreal, Canada, I was trained in photography at the Concordia University after a college diploma in graphic communications. My career started with a show at "Le Mois de La photo à Montréal", and I went on to pursue my photo projects and to exhibit my work in Belgium, England, Hungary, Italy and Spain.
Ballantine Books
BBC Audiobooks
Chesky Records
De Bezige Bij editions
Editions Héloïse d’Ormesson
Ediciones Martinez Roca S.A
Editions 10 X 18
Editions Stock
Folio Policier
FOX Broadcasting
Harper Collins
Judson Press
Little Brown
McClelland & Stewart
NBC Universal
Random House
Raincoast Books
Readers Digest
Science & Vie (front cover)
Uitgeverij Unieboek
Vintage Crime/Black Lizard
Professional Experience

1987 – Group: Premier Festival International de Photographies Actuelles, Montreal, Quebec, Canada.

1988 – Group: 7e encan annuel, Centre de Photographies Actuelles Dazibao, Montreal, Quebec, Canada.

1989 – Solo: Le Mois de la photo à Montréal, Maison de la culture Côte-des Neiges, Montreal, Quebec, Canada.

1989 – Group: Extrèmes, Complexe du Canal Lachine, Montreal, Quebec, Canada.

1990 – Solo: Restaurant tête de violon, Montreal, Quebec, Canada.

1990 – Group: Destination: Le Temps, Maison du pressoir, Montreal, Quebec, Canada.

1990 – Solo: Les Chiroux, Place des Carmes 8, Liège, Belgium.

1992 – Solo: Echoes of a waked dream, Photography at Lansdowne House, Leicester, England.

1993 – Group: Camera Obscura, The Hungarian Museum of Photography, Kecskemét, Hungary.

1994 – Solo: L’Universo in un Framento, Spazio Foto San Fedele, Milan, Italy.

2015 - Solo: Matière à Reflexion, Biblitothèque de Ville Lorraine, Quebec, Canada.

Awards and Recognition
I won the first place, Black & White category contest, from the Photographer's Forum Magazine.

My work was also reviewed by Penny Cousineau-Levine in her book "Faking Death" Canadian Art Photography and the Canadian Imagination. McGill-Queen's University Press, 2003.

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