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Untitled
1967
Claude Vermette
1930 - 2006

Claude Vermette was born in Montréal in 1930 and studied art with Brother Jerome at Collège Notre-Dame. Then, Vermette joined the Automatists but did not sign their manifesto, Refus Global, because he was too young. During a trip to Europe, in 1952, he developed an interest in ceramics. This material was prominent in his body of work, alongside painting and printmaking. A pioneer of integration of art with architecture, his work is featured in a number of Métro stations in Montréal, including Place-des-Arts, Saint-Laurent, Jean-Talon, and McGill. He died in 2006.

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Category
Ceramics, Mural
Acquisition mode
Architectural integration
Materials
ceramics
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Location
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Location
Station Berri-UQAM
Localization
Yellow line platforms
Accessibility
Access limited to métro opening hours; artwork is inside the turnstiles

Artwork description

The station’s architects, Longpré et Marchand, had the yellow line platform decorated with some twenty murals made of ceramic tiles in autumn colours, by ceramist Claude Vermette.

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