biografia di Guido MOLINARI (1933-2004)

Birth place: Montreal, Que

Addresses: Montreal 133, Que

Profession: Painter, sculptor

Studied: …cole Beaux-Arts, Montreal; Sch. Art & Design, Montreal Mus. FA

Exhibited: 4th Guggenheim Int. Exh., New York, 1964; The Responsive Eye, MoMA, 1965; Canada: Art Aujourd'hui, Rome, Paris, Lausanne, Bruxelles, 1968; Venice 34th Biennial, Italy, 1968; Can. 101, Edinburgh, Scotland, 1968. Awards: Robertson Award, Montreal Mus. FA, 1965; John S. Guggenheim Mem. Found. fellowship, 1966; Bright Found. Award Painting, 1968.

Member: Acad. Royal Can. Acad. Arts; Soc. Esthétique Expérimentale, Paris; Soc. Color Res., Nat. Council Res. (dir., 1972).

Work: Kuntsmuseum, Basel, Switz.; MoMA; Simon Guggenheim Mus., New York; Chase Manhattan Bank, New York; Nat. Gal. Art, Ottawa, Ont. Commissions: murals, comnm by Deptm of Pubm Works, Ottawa for Vancouver Intm Airport, BC, 1968 & Deptm Natm Defence Hdqtrs. Bldg., Ottawa, 1972.

Comments: Positions: founder & pres., L'Actuelle, 1955-57. Publications: auth., 19th Statement, Norman Mackenzie Art Gal., Regina, Sask., 1967; auth., Sculpture 67 Statement, Nat Gal., Ottawa, 1967; co-auth., DÈbats sur la Peinture QuÈbecoise, Univ. Montreal Press, 1971. Teaching: Sir George Williams Univ., 1970-.

Sources: WW73; B. TeyssÈdre, Seven Montreal Painters, catalog (Mass. Inst. Tech., Cambridge, 1967); David Silcox, article, Can. 101 (Can. Council, Ottawa, 1968); Gros Plan" (film), Radio-Can., Montreal, 1971."

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