Fabre (Jean-Noël Poliquin)

Jean-Noël Poliquin

Wall treatment (1986)

Polymer concrete and stainless steel
Location: throughout the station

Texte important

Restoration of Jean-Noël Poliquin's work of art: The wall coverings of this station are being restored. The work will regain its magnificent colours once the work is completed, allowing us to ensure the integrity of our artistic heritage.

On the brightly coloured polymer concrete walls, the artist has placed an ingeniously designed stainless steel element that performs a variety of functions as it continues through the station. At times a handrail, arm rest, support for seats or signs, this artwork is truly versatile.

Did you know?

You can find another sculpture by Jean-Noël Poliquin in the Montréal Botanical Garden, to the west of the main greenhouse.

About the artist

Born in Trois-Rivières, Jean-Noël Poliquin (1927-1999) devoted much of his life to teaching art to children. He was also deeply interested in Inuit art, a member of the former Canadian Eskimo Arts Council.

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