Berirouche Feddal, Florence Yee
January 20 - February 26 - 2022
Bradley Ertaskiran is pleased to present Pelures, a group exhibition featuring Berirouche Feddal and Florence Yee.
Meticulous in their creation, Yee and Feddal’s work are evidence of labour and care, not only in their physical acts of making (Yee’s hand stitches or Feddal’s layers of paint and pastel) but also in the time spent engaging with images and language of their cultural legacies.
© Paul Litherland
''Berirouche Feddal x UQAM x Dr. Mehran Ebrahimi'' – Panel
29 October | UQAM X Dr. Mehran Ebrahimi
Thank you for the invitation Ali Adrien and thank you Université du Québec à Montréal for receiving me today at the Ph.D class of knowledge management: foundations, theories and approaches with Dr. Mehran Ebrahimi. It an privilege to have the chance to explain my work with you and all my recent researches.
''Berirouche Feddal x College bois de Boulogne'' – Panel
14 October | College Bois de Boulogne Montreal
Thank you College Bois de Boulogne and thank you Emily Royer for the invitation.
''Conversation'' – Exhibition
September 10 - October 23 - 2021 | Mayten's Toronto
The Conversation is a group exhibition that gathered nineteen individual and collective artists from all over Canada to bring their own artistic language to the exhibition's discourse—examining the definition of multiculturalism in Canada.
''La Création et la santé mentale'' – Panel
Les Impatients team up with Artch to present a round table discussion on creation and mental health. A psychiatrist, cultural workers and artists will talk about how creation affects their mental health.
The artists Berirouche Feddal, Amélie Pellerin and Janna Yotte, as well as Jonas Brass, Dr Leon Tourian and Lorraine Palardy took part.
''PARLE-MOI D'AMOUR / IMPATIENTS'' – Benifit Exhibition
In total, more than 300 works by renowned visual artists, Impatiens and donations from private collections are being auctioned. Profits raised at the event support the Impatients' mission.
''Amalgame'' – Benifit Exhibition
Benefit exhibition 2021 from September 11 to October 16, 2021. CIRCA art actual present benefit exhibition entitled Amalgame. This year, we are offering a large exhibition bringing together more than 70 artists presenting works for supporting the mission of Circa art actual.
© Jean-Micheal Seminaro
Berirouche Feddal: la couleur est partout. Fabrique Culturelle, Dans les ateliers -Video
In the heart of the old Grover factory, Berirouche Feddal makes his grandmother's colors vibrate to the rhythm of traditional Berber music.
Originally from North Africa, from present-day "Algeria" - more precisely from the region of the mountains of Kabylia -, and linked to the Igawawen populations of the Nath Irathen arc and to the Amazigh heritage, Berirouche Feddal is a Montreal artist recognized for his its transdisciplinarity. He holds a BA in Print Media from Concordia University (2020). His work has notably been presented in Montreal and in Morocco. The artist lives and works in Montreal.
Réalisation, image et montage : Anna Lupien et Geneviève Philippon
Coordination : Julie Bélisle
Étalonnage : Alexis Mercier
Mixage sonore : Roger Guérin cas*mpse
Graphisme : Supersystème
Farez Aldjia, Vve. Feddal
© Anna Lupien
Exhibition '' Réassembler les pièces et défaire les patrons.''
Curator : Robie schuler
This exhibition aims to explore textiles as a subversive, engaged, feminist and decolonial medium.
It is at the same time a reappropriation of the body, of the territory, of history.
A reflection on the conquered and the damaged.
A reflection and a force that emanates from the medium. (...)
Berirouche Feddal’s Instagram Takeover
''At the occasion of our fourth Instagram residency, we chose to share with you the work of Berirouche Feddal (Vrirouc nat uqassi, ⵠⵔⵉⵔⵓⵛ ⵏⴰⵝ ⵓⴽⴰⵙⵉ ) a Canadian artist of North Africa, with Amazigh heritage, based in Montreal. Starting tomorrow, you can discover his most recent works, as well as the themes and reflections that guide his practice.''
''États des lieux CIRCA art actuel'' Panel
16 décembre prochain l'État des lieux du CIRCA art actuel abordera les enjeux auxquels font face les artistes d’aujourd’hui issus de la diversité culturelle. Il sera animé par Berirouche Feddal et Asmae Laraqui, tous deux membres du Centre. Au fil de cette activité, les artistes parleront de leur culture et discuteront des enjeux culturels d’ici et d'Afrique. Le tout permettra d'aborder les questions suivantes : Comment la culture teinte la pratique ? Comment les pratiques mettent au défi les perceptions culturelles ?
Exhibition ''Procédés divers''
Du 29 octobre au 12 décembre 2020
Cette année, nous vous proposons une grande exposition regroupant plus de 70 artistes présentant des œuvres libres à vous d’acquérir.
Vous retrouverez ici des vues d’exposition vous permettant l’immersion dans les différents mondes de ces créateurs!
© Jean-Michael Seminaro
Artists in residence : Berirouche Feddal, Morgan Légaré
Montréal based emerging artists Berirouche Feddal and Morgan Légaré will be using the gallery space for more approximately 5 weeks to work on their respective practices.
Jul 24th – Aug 30th
Montréal, 372 Ste-Catherine West Space 410
Through different artistic mediums, these artists from various cultural backgrounds approach the theme of discomfort from all angles. Whether it is cloudy memories, identity questions or immersive experiences, these artists deploy visual poetry to create a dialogue on the subject.
Humans face daily discomfort. Understanding what makes us uncomfortable is understanding more of the world we are around. He comes to question whether comfort is just a simple utopian quest that orders our daily actions.
Conserverie Marrakech , Marrakech, Morocco.
With Elisabeth Perrault
Exhibition ''Là où l'humain s’estompe, Là où les objets tombent, Là où les souvenirs s’entremêlent''
372 Saint-Catherine 4th Floor Local 442
With Elisabeth Perrault
© Michael Ho