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GENUSH, Luba

Naissance
Odessa, Ukraine, 1924
Notice biographique
Luba Genush was born in Odessa, Ukraine, in 1924 and immigrated to Canada in 1948. Before immigrating to Canada, Genush studied at the School of Fine Arts in Kiev as well as the Academy of Fine Arts in Vienna from 1943 to 1948. After settling in Montreal, Genush studied at the Musee des Beaux-Arts and the École to Meuble under J. Cartier in 1956. Genush studied and works in a variety of media including painting, printmaking, ceramics, collage and computer assisted images. Her work now often combines the hard lines of computer-generated graphics with the soft curves of the human figure as a means to comment on the tie between humanity and technology. Genush has shown her work nationally and internationally in many solo and group exhibitions. Luba Genush continues to live and work in Montreal.
Médias
Collage
Computer art
Drawing
Mixed media
Painting
Printmaking
Etudes
Ecole du Meuble de Montreal, 1955 - 1956
Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, School of Art and Design, 1958 - 1959
Vienna Academy of Fine Arts, 1943 - 1948
School of Fine Arts, Kiev, 1938 - 1941
Associations
Societe des artistes professionels du Quebec
Canadian Society of Graphic Art
Society of Canadian Painter-Etchers and Engravers
Association des graveurs de Québec
Lieux de conservation des dossiers et archives
University of British Columbia - Fine Arts Library
University of Manitoba - Architecture and Fine Arts Library
Winnipeg Art Gallery, MA - Clara Lander Library
National Gallery of Canada, ON - Library and Archives
Art Gallery of Ontario - Edward P. Taylor Research Library and Archives
Musée d'art contemporain de Montréal, QC - Media Centre
Toronto Reference Library, ON
Artexte Information Centre, QC - Documentation Centre
BIBLIOGRAPHIE

Documents sur l'artiste
Canadian Artists of Eastern European Origin. Montreal: Concordia University, 1998.
http://art-history.concordia.ca/eea/.
"Canadian Artists in Exhibitions." The National Artists Survey of Canada 2 (1974): 56-57.
Ayre, Robert. "The Art Scene: Canadian Exhibition at Place Ville Marie." Montreal Star 19 Oct. 1965.
Baele, Nancy. "Colorful Abstract Works Recall Russian Avant-Garde." The Ottawa Citizen 22 Sep 1992: D4.
Ballantyne, Michael. "La Femme Imagiste: The Women Painters of Quebec." Montreal Star Feb. 1965.
Belshaw, Linda. Graphex 3: 3rd Annual Juried Exhibition of Canadian Graphics Brantford, Ontario: Art Gallery of Brantford, 1975.
Buchanan, Donald W., et al. The Third Biennial Exhibition of Canadian Art. Ottawa, Ontario: National Gallery of Canada, 1959.
Department of External Affairs, Cultural Affairs Division. Lines, circles and squares = Abstractions geometriques. Ottawa, Ontario: Cultural Affairs Division, Department of External Affairs, 1977.
Duncan, Ann. "Adopted City Cool to Ukrainian-born artist; Luba Genush Now Receives Most of her Recognition, Sales Abroad." The Gazette [Montreal] 13 Apr. 1991: K7.
Flint, Donna. "Housewife makes scrap metal art." The Gazette [Montreal] 3 Oct. 1966: 24.
Gérin, Annie, Vladimir Pavlovitch Tseltner, Ann Duncan et al. Montréal-Moscou: trois artistes, trois femmes, trois vagues, trois générations: Marina Popova, Luba Genush, Natasha Wrangel. Montreal, Quebec: Service des activités culturelles, Université de Montréal, 1992.
Heller, Jules. Imprint '76. Toronto, Ontario: The Print and Drawing Council of Canada, 1976.
Heller, Jules and Nancy. North American Women Artists of the Twentieth Century. New York: Garland, 1995.
Lehmann, Henry. "Soviet Origins Link Three Local Artists: Montreal-Moscow Exhibition will eventually be seen in Russia." The Gazette [Montreal] 15 Feb 1992: K5.
MacDonald, Colin S. The Dictionary of Canadian Artists. (Volumes 1-8 by Colin S. MacDonald, and volume 9 by Anne Newlands and Judith Parker) Ottawa: National Gallery of Canada, 2009
http://www.rcip-chin.gc.ca/application/aac-aic/description-about.app?lang=en.
National Gallery of Canada. National Gallery of Canada Catalogue of Canadian Art. Ottawa: National Gallery of Canada, 1988.
Nicolov, Borislav. "Montréal-Moscou: trois artistes sur le chemin de l'histoire." La Presse [Montreal] 1 février 1992: E11.
Prakash, A. K. Independent Spirit: Early Canadian Women's Art. Buffalo, New York: Firefly Books, 2008.
Purdie, James. "At The Galleries: Young Artists Full of Inventive Energy." The Globe and Mail 15 Apr 1978: 38.
Robert, Guy. Art actuel au Québec. Montréal, Québec: Iconia, 1983.
Robert, Guy. "L'Art au Québec depuis 1940" La Presse [Montreal] 1973.
Saint-Martin, Fernande, & Gail Lauzzana. Artfemme '75: An Exhibition of Women's Art. Montréal, Québec: Centre Saidye Bronfman; Musée d'art contemporain de Montréal, 1975.
Tétrault, Pierre-Léon, et al.. Singulier pluriel. Montréal, Québec: Conseil québécoise de l'estampe, 1993.
Thieme, Ulrich and Felix Becker. Allgemeines Lexikon der bildenden Künstler von der Antike bis zur Gegenwart. Leipzig, Germany: E. A. Seamans, 1962.
Trickey, Mike. "Show Puts Montrealers' Art in Touch with Russian Roots." The Gazette [Montreal] 12 June 1993: L5.
Trickey, Mike. "Three Canadian Artists Return to Old Country to Find New Land." The Vancouver Sun 11 June 1993: C4.
Trickey, Mike. "Top Gallery Honors Trio of Montreal Muscovites." The Ottawa Citizen 13 June 1993: F1.
Tseltner, V.. Monreal-Moskva: N. Vrangel, L. Genush, M. Popova Moscow, Russia: Moskva Epifaniia, 1993.

Documents rédigés par l'artiste
Genush, Luba. Luba Genush: Exhibitions ?
http://lubagenush.com/luba_website.htm.

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