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Guido Molinari
Molinari_MOLI003_Blue_Quantifier_1_40_1992.jpgGuido Molinari was born in Montreal in 1933. In 1955, along with fellow artist, Claude Tousignant, he founded Gallerie L'Actuelle, which supported non-figurative art and became a major focal point for Les Plasticiens in Montreal. Since that time, Guido Molinari continued to paint and exhibit annually. In 1968 he represented Canada at the 37th Venice Bienniale and was awarded the David Bright Prize for his work. In 1980 he received the Prix Paul-Emile Borduas for his contribution to art in Quebec. His work can be found in collections throughout North America including the National Gallery of Canada in Ottawa and the Museum of Modern Art in New York. He passed away in 2004.

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