Jean-Pierre Larocque: June 4–29, 2002
Jean-Pierre Larocque has lived and worked in Montreal as a self-supporting artist for 10 years. From 1990 to 2000 he taught full-time at a number of institutions across North America, including Emily Carr University of Art Design in Vancouver; the New York State College of Ceramics at Alfred University; the University of Athens in Georgia; the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor; and California State University, Long Beach near Los Angeles.
In 2004, Larocque was commissioned to create a large solo exhibition for the reopening of the Gardiner Museum of Ceramics in Toronto. Entitled Jean-Pierre Larocque: Clay Sculpture and Drawings, the exhibition, accompanied by a catalogue, opened in 2006. A film of the project was presented at the International Festival of Films on Art later that year. His work was featured in Raw/Medium/Rare/Well Done, a ceramics exhibition at FOFA Gallery in March 2009.
This softcover monograph was published in January 2002 in conjunction with an exhibition of Larocque's work at Garth Clark Gallery.
8 x 8 inches
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