No 1 - Mouvement
Automne 2023 ++

  1. Élise Ares Poliquin
  2. Jonathan Stack
  3. Noa Blanche Beschorner
  4. Mariana Chajon
  5. Josephine « Jo » Campbell Lashuk
  6. Gabriel Barbeau
  7. Joss D’Alton
  8. Clémentine Landry
  9. Gia Lamothe
  10. Camille Ares Poliquin
  11. Pablo Antonio Vargas Venegas
  12. Yann Pariot
  13. Dennis Belopolsky

No 2 - Passages
Printemps 2024 ++

      1. Jérémy Gagnon
      2. Ashton Diduck
      3. Romane Pilote
      4. Justine Lacoste
      5. Filémon Brault-Archambeault
      6. Noa Blanche Beschorner
      7. Emma Roufs
      8. Samy Benammar
      9. Mary-Kim Caron
    10. Neltje Green
    11. Jonathan Stack
    12. Jacob Mahfoud
    13. Samuel Terry Pitre
    14. Loup Gauvin-Dufresne
    15. Ribs Beauchamp
    16. Camille Ares Poliquin
    17. Pablo Antonio Vargas Venegas


Jonathan Stack

Cross Back Tattoo
2023 | Peinture à l’huile, gravure | Irlande

Jonathan Stack

    Jonathan Stack is an artist from Kerry, Ireland. In 2020 he completed a level 5 course in Art, Craft an Design from Colaiste Stiofain Naofa and a course in creative writing from the Cork college of FET. He co-wrote, directed, shot and acted in a short film which went on to be screened internationally. He is currently in the final year of his BA in fine art from the Crawford College of Art and Design. Stacks' practice spans painting, drawing, photography, mould making and video work. His work is concerned with themes of irish identity, queer kinship, spirituality and the irish landscape.

    Stack has said that he's “interested in exploring and reflecting the variety of experiences that happen to me as a young person coming of age at this exact time in history” In his recent work he has been exploring laser cutting and the old irish coming of age ceremony ‘boolying’.