Steel Sculpture from Matthieu Binette

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Don Quichotte en solo




Chaînon humain
27 x 5




Matthieu Binette’s artistic approach takes form in 1999, when he develops an unusual technique for creating his sculpture. Binette takes recycled metal wires, and melts them “drop by drop.” It is the accumulation of these metal drops that creates his figures and gives them their unique texture and elongated form.


1999-1997 Visual Arts Degree, CÉGEP de Sherbrooke

2002-2000 Studies with sculptor Claude Hunôt, Rougemont

2000-1999 Specializes in artistic ironwork with sculptor Jean-Marc Tétro, Sherbrooke


EXHIBITIONS 2011 Chase Gallery, Beaconsfield 2009 Salon du printemps, Fine Arts Museum, Sherbrooke

2009-2007 Galerie Le Royer, Montreal 2009-2004 Galerie des Artistes des Cantons, Magog

2009-2003 LaNef, artist center, Sherbrooke 2007 FIMA, Festival international de Montréal en Art, Montreal Flora international, Montreal

2003-2002 Symposium de Dudswell, Quebec 2002 Rencontre X (10th edition), St-Jean-sur- Richelieu

2002-2000 Salon des Métiers d’art du Québec, Sherbrooke

2001 La Grande Virée Artistique (1st edition), Sherbrooke Galerie ArtAzo (solo exhibition), Sherbrooke

2000 Art-Circuit (1st edition), Sherbrooke



2009-2003 President of the Board for the artist center LaNef, Sherbrooke

2008-2004 Curator for LaNef, Sherbrooke 2006 Creation of a permanent installation outside LaNef

2006 Artistic director for Jeunes Volontaires, Sherbrooke 2005 Live sculpture show to profit the CHUS Foundation

2003 Auction to benefit the Alzheimer Society, in collaboration with the Fine Arts Museum of Sherbrooke

2002 Founder of the artist center LaNef, Sherbrooke