Participates in 1 Session
Nicola Pezolet is Assistant Professor of Architecture and Art History at Concordia University in Montreal. His current research, funded by a SSHRC Insight Development Grant, focuses on architectural publishing and the renewal of Catholic sacred art and architecture in postwar Canada. He recently published essays on Manitoban architect Etienne Gaboury, and also contributed to the recent exhibition on Asger Jorn and Le Corbusier, held at the Museum Jorn in Silkeborg, Denmark. He has published numerous articles and reviews in other journals (such as Grey Room, October, Future Anterior and the Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians), and his first book, Reconstruction and the Synthesis of the Arts in Postwar France, 1944–1962, is forthcoming from Routledge later in 2017.
Sessions in which Nicola Pezolet participates
- 11.00 Hydro-Quebec and the Cultural Legacies of the “Quiet Revolution”: On Photography and the Restoration of Jean-Paul Mousseau’s Lumière et mouvement dans la couleur (1962–2002)
- Participant Nicola Pezolet (Concordia University) |
- 9:00 - 9:30 | 30 minutes Part of: What does Photography Preserve? Reification and Ruin in the Photographic Heritage of a Place Called Montreal