Clément de Gaulejac

Artist, author, and illustrator, Clément de Gaulejac has lived in Montreal since the early 2000s. His most recent exhibition is entitled Les Maitres du monde sont des gens (Galerie UQO, 2019; Écart, 2021; Plein sud, 2022; Musée régional de Rimouski, 2023). He is also the creator of the fountain called Bottes de pluie, installed in front of the Maisonneuve Library in Montreal. With Le Quartanier editions, he has published Les artistes (2017), Grande école (2012) as well as Le livre noir de l’art conceptuel (2011). In 2021, he was the recipient of the Grantham Foundation Research Fellowship. In 2022, he published in the collection Terrains vague des PUM the theoretical essay Tu vois ce que je veux dire ? Illustrations, métaphores et autres images qui parlent, recipient of the Spirale Eva-Legrand prize. In 2023, he published Petites différences, les anciennes les modernes et toutes les autres with Éditions du Musée d’art Contemporain de Montréal. As an illustrator, he regularly collaborates with various newspapers, magazines and publishing houses. You can see all the posters he has produced in support of various social or political movements on the site: