Lasting LifeWorks by Dominique Paul and José Luis Fariñas July 6 - August 5, 2022"Lasting Life," an elegant thought-provoking two-person show featuring a selection of works by Canadian artist Dominique Paul and Cuban artist José Luis Fariñas. Both artists utilize insects – bees, butterflies, etc. – as a metaphor for the changing nature of human existence. Paul’s opulent photographic prints concern the biological and ecological coexistence of humans and insects, whereas Farinãs‘s intricate ink-and-watercolor drawings deal with the introspective and philosophical implications of their coexistence.
Dominig Paul: Silent SpringSeptember 25 - November 21, 2020MIYAKO YOSHINAGA presents a new solo exhibition, Silent Spring by Dominique Paul (b.1967), a Canadian artist based in Montréal and New York. Inspired by Rachel Carson’s 1962 prophetic essay Silent Spring, Paul explores her visual language in the light of current political climate with an acute sense of environmental crisis.