From November 9 to December 10, 2019, the Centre d’artistes Voix Visuelle presents the International Digital Miniprint Exhibition, 14th edition. Curated by Paula Franzini, the exhibition presents the artwork of many artists expressing their views on climate change, going from environmental concerns to the extinction of certain species, including natural disasters, pollution, overconsumption and the legacy left for future generations.

The exhibition includes 78 pieces from 62 artists from Belgium, Bulgaria, Canada, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Japan, the Netherlands, Poland, Romania and Ukraine.

The opening of the exhibition took place on Thursday, November 14 at 5 p.m. at Centre d’artistes Voix Visuelle.

Three prizes and two mentions were awarded:
1st prize (Voix Visuelle prize) to Monique Handfield, Canada, for L’heure assassine;
2nd prize (Marcil Lavallée prize) to László Csízy, Hungary, for Heat-Death;
3rd prize (Desjardins prize) to Renée Chevalier, Canada, for Temps Diluviens II;
Honorable mention to Henri Martraix, France, for 190213;
Honorable mention to Sophie Roi, Canada for Errance.

Also included in the gallery below are the work of:
Florentia Ikonomidou, Greece, Conservation of Species
Jozina Marina Van Hees, Holland, Find a Safe Place 1
Louise Mercure, Canada, Crise et Angoisse #2
Debbie Cormier, Canada, La garçonnière d’Adam.

The complete list of artists, as well as the curator’s text

Le Centre d’artistes Voix Visuelle would like to thank the Ontario Arts Council, Canadian Heritage, the City of Ottawa, AGAVF, Marcil Lavallée and the Caisse Desjardins Rideau-Vision d’Ottawa for their support.

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