Marc-Antoine Côté studied at the École de sculpture de Québec in 2001. He is co-founder of Coop Le Bloc 5, a Limoilou-based artisanal producer’s cooperative represented by Les Galeries Bac in Montreal, St-Laurent Hill, in Ottawa, and Michel Guimont, in Quebec. He has taken part in several individual exhibitions in these towns and in Toronto, as well as in several collective exhibitions. His artwork can be seen in several Quebec cities, where his projects have been selected within the context of the Quebec program for the integration of the arts into architecture.
Marc-Antoine Côté creates monumental abstract sculptures that dazzle the viewer and provide context to reflect on their experience of the physical world. Côté’s abstract sculptures take on an otherworldly quality—quiet, yet foreboding.
Côté studied sculpture at La maison des métiers d’arts de Québec. He works primarily in bronze, aluminum and steel to create 3D artworks. Marc-Antoine Côté currently lives and works in Quebec City.
He has been awarded several grants.