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WE ARE PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE THAT PMG ARTIST JESSICA AUER WILL BE APPEARING IN "VENDU - SOLD" AN AUCTION TO BENEFIT MONTREAL'S ESSE MAGAZINE.

NOVEMBER 17, 2010
MONTREAL MUSEUM
OF FINE ARTS

Barry Allikas
Jessica Auer
Mathieu Beauséjour
Hugo Bergeron
Simon Bilodeau
Marie-Claire Blais
Caroline Boileau
Eveline Boulva
Sylvain Bouthillette
Cooke-Sasseville
Sylvie Cotton
Jean-Sébastien Denis
Manon De Pauw
Grier Edmundson
Daniel Erban
Éliane Excoffier
Milutin Gubash
Massimo Guerrera
David Lafrance
Sébastien Lapointe
Stéphane La Rue
Christine Major
Thérèse Mastroiacovo
Luce Meunier
Adrian Norvid
Alain Paiement
Alana Riley
Carlos & Jason Sanchez
Beth Stuart
Diana Thorneycroft
Richard-Max Tremblay
Irene F. Whittome
Elena Willis


Les éditions esse benefit auction
2nd edition

Support esse magazine by acquiring the work of a canadian artist
[esse is a charity]
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NOVEMBRE 17, 2010
MONTREAL MUSEUM
OF FINE ARTS

AUCTIONEER
Winston McQuade

HONORARY COMMITTEE
Stéphane Aquin, Curator at the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts
Marie Fraser, Chief Curator at the Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal
Paul Maréchal, Curator of the Power Corporation collection
Bernard Landriault, Collector
Jennifer Alleyn, Filmmaker
François Rochon, Giverny Capital President

SELECTION COMMITTEE
Jo-Ann Kane, Curator of the National Bank of Canada collection
Marie-Ève Charron, Art Historian and Critic at the Devoir
Julie Dessureault, Marketing Consultant at Battat Contemporary
Silvia Casas, Director of the 20th Century Design Department at Iegor
Sylvette Babin, Editor of Les éditions esse
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Official framer:
Encadrement Tout Autour
Official carrier:
Fero Transport
Florist:
creative nature creative


The auction's artworks 2010 will be online in September.

esse arts + opinions, published three times a year by Les éditions esse, is a contemporary art magazine that focuses on disciplinary and interdisciplinary practices (visual arts, performance, video, current music and dance, experimental theatre) and all forms of socially inclined, site-specific or performative intervention. It favours analyses that address artworks within their (geographical, social, political or economical) contexts. It seeks to offer readers a topical magazine in the field of multidisciplinary art, as well as a communication, information and research tool that answers their needs. More than a magazine publisher, esse plays an active role in the art milieu. From time to time, Les éditions esse organizes art symposiums and publishes their proceedings in bilingual books that are internationally distributed. We also publish an edition/collection of artists stamps (six stamps up until now) disseminated across Canada.