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Originally from Haiti, Marie-Denise Douyon is a citizen of the world. She grew up in North Africa, studied in New York and Washington and now lives in Montreal. With a fine arts degree from the Fashion Institute of Technology of New York, she returned to Haiti in the 1980s, then emigrated to Canada as a political refugee in 1991.
This peripatetic lifestyle is reflected in her paintings, in which dislocation is a common theme. To contemplate a piece by Douyon is to become aware of the mixture of African and Creole cultures within the context of contemporary art. Douyon also expresses her concern about diversity and overconsumption by creating with discarded materials.
Douyon’s art has been exhibited in many cities, including Montreal, Vancouver, Washington, Dakar and Paris. She also had the privilege of showing her work at the Bardo National Museum in Tunis, Tunisia, at a group show of Canadian and Tunisian artists.
Originaire d’Haïti, Marie-Denise Douyon est une citoyenne du monde qui a grandi en Afrique du Nord, étudié à New York et Washington et réside à Montréal. Diplômée des beaux-arts du Fashion Institute of Technology de New York, elle tente un retour dans son pays natal dans les années 80 et émigre au Canada en tant que réfugiée politique en 1991. Ce parcours marqué par l’exil a amené cette artiste remarquable à créer pour se recréer.
Montréalaise qui évolue dans un Québec de plus en plus concerné par la diversité et les changements climatiques, ces thèmes sont au centre de sa démarche artistique. Par le biais de la récupération, l’artiste crée des œuvres à partir de rebuts.
Marie-Denise Douyon s’est fait connaître dans plusieurs villes, dont Montréal, Vancouver, Washington, Dakar et Paris. Cette artiste peintre a eu le privilège d’exposer ses œuvres au réputé Musée Bardo de Tunis lors d’une exposition collective tunisio-canadienne.
ABOUT THIS ARTWORK: FAA KREOL_NIPPON_09
From November 2017 to January 2018, Marie-Denise spent six weeks in Japan, and visited major
cities: Osaka, Nagoya, Tokyo and Kyoto; and smaller towns: Kobe, Nara, Kurashiki, Naoshima,
Miyajima and many more…The wonderful landscapes, temples, castles, museums and the elegance
and beauty of the Japanese women inspired the artist to create a series of watercolors and ink
drawings which are entitled Kreol-Nippon, where the brush stroke becomes a predominant element of
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