Themed research in the Artexte Collection
Many research residencies at Artexte have led to thorough thematic explorations of our collection, or started with a specific question in mind. These residencies resulted in bibliographies tracing the researchers’ findings. These bibliographies offer an effective way to start your own research and include many topics like performance art, ethnocultural art histories, public art and self publishing, to name a few.
Created by Julien Procuta in 2021, the following bibliography compiles various documents within Artexte’s collections related to Deaf and Disabled art practices, including exhibition catalogs and artists’ publications, as well as specialized periodicals and works of theory and critical thought.
This bibliography was compiled by Roxane Heer-Derochers as part of her internship as Collections Assistant in 2020. It includes exhibition catalogues, artists’ books, anthologies and essays on textile arts.
This bibliography highlights texts by BIPOC writers thinking through decolonization and solidarity. Compiled in 2019 by Joana Joachim, Research and Exhibition coordinator at Artexte, for the 10th edition of Artexte on Tap.
This bibliography on comics preserved in the general collection of Artexte and in the special collection of the projet MOBILIVRE BOOKMOBILE project was prepared by Hugo Santerre at the end of his internship as assistant to the collection in the summer of 2018.
This bibliography was created for the 2017 Reading Performance exhibition, the third edition of the two-part exhibition project An Annotated Bibliography in Real Time first presented at Artexte in 2015 and curated by Jade Boivin, Emmanuelle Choquette, and Geneviève Marcil with guidance from curator and art historian Barbara Clausen.
This bibliography was compiled in 2017 by Ana Maria Vera – a Masters candidate in Museum Studies at UQAM – as a reference tool on street art and all the urban artistic practices associated with it.
This bibliography was compiled by Serge Allaire as part of a research residency at Artexte in 2016-2017. Any new acquisition received after august 2017 may be found in e-artexte, our catalog, by searching for “photobook” in the document type.
This bibliography was created in the context of the exhibition An Annotated Bibliography in Real Time: Performance Art in Quebec and Canada presented at Artexte in 2015 curated by Barbara Clausen.
This bibliography was compiled by the Ethnocultural Art Histories Research Group (EAHR) as part of a research residency at Artexte in 2015
This bibliography was compiled by the Ethnocultural Art Histories Research Group (EAHR) as part of a research residency at Artexte in 2015.
This thematic and chronological bibliography includes more than 400 citations on the subject.
This bibliography was compiled by Anne-Marie Proulx for the Call Ampersand Response exhibition held at Artexte from June 7 to September 8, 2012
This bibliography was compiled by Anne-Marie Proulx for the Call Ampersand Response exhibition held at Artexte from June 7 to September 8, 2012.
An extensive bibliography of books and articles on public art and related issues, from Quebec, Canada and abroad. This bibliography was put together in relation to Artexte’s Public Art Project (1997-2007).
Articles on art and the public space published in Espace sculpture magazine under Artexte’s supervision from 2002 to 2006.
This second version of the bibliography published in 13 Conversations on Art and Cultural Race Politics (Artexte Editions) presents a revised view of this issue in relation to the Quebec context.
This bibliography was compiled as part of the research undertaken by Michelle Bush during her Research Residency at Artexte (23 March to 3 April, 2009) where she investigated material in the collection related to the state of compassion and the colour green.
This bibliography was compiled as part of the research undertaken by a collective of artist-researchers, The Three Graces (Sylvie Tourangeau, Victoria Stanton and Anne Bérubé) as part of the Researcher in Residency Program at Artexte, from October 2008 to April 2009. As the Researcher in Residency, the collective explored the discourses around the performative.