Short bibliography of Charles Carson, publication Magazin'art 2004 - 2005
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PUBLICATION MAGAZIN'ART BIENNIAL GUIDE TO CANADIAN ARTIST IN GALLERIES 2004 - 2005
A Rising star in the Canadian art market
Creator of carsonism
Charles Carson is born in Montréal, in 1957. He created a fascinating technique that has come to be known as "Carsonism" Carson is not only a creative genius; above all else, he is a lover of nature and great defender of the environnement.
As early as 1990, Louis Bruens and several colleagues, Guy Robert and Jacques de Roussan, all three art historians and consultants, could discern through the work of Charles Carson "an artist of the calibre of Riopelle, if not in fact superior to that master."
This internationally acclaimed artist was awarded the Salon's in -2002- Winner of the Rayonnement Universel Gold Medal (at Montreal's Salon internationnal des Beaux-Arts) highest distinction in recognition of his exceptional talent and the crowning of his works.
Charles Carson was awarded an honorable mention at the 9th Edition of the MIM D'or 2003 Awards, at the Salon des technologies held at the Palais des Congrès in Montreal. Charles Carson is considered by critics to be one of the greatest of contemporary artists.
Charles Carson is honored to count among his collectors Bill Clinton, former President of the United States, who acquired one of this works at an exhibition in Boston.
«Charles Carson has the art of deconstructing his designs with an astonishing elegance. The purity and transparency of colors and theirs juxtapositions bring them all into a harmonious whole stemming from and inspired by the pleasure of handling forms.
These enigmatic compositions, transformed in the laboratory of his fertile imagination clearly show the mastery of the artist for a remarkable facility for dematerializing forms and transporting us into a world that is being passionately observed, allowing us discover the endless subtleties of Carsonism.»
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