For several years now, multi-disciplinary artist Simon Bilodeau’s practice has unfolded through an aesthetic that suggests a disenchanted civilization, taking a cynical, scathing look at today’s world. Bilodeau invites us to imagine the remains, the waste, suggesting through his paintings, and his handling of the exhibition space, the archaeological sites of the future.


With a Master’s degree in visual and media arts from the Université du Québec à Montréal (UQAM), his work has been exhibited in Canada, the United States, England, Germany and Italy. In 2019, Bilodeau presented a solo exhibition at CIRCA art actuel (Montreal) entitled Comme si c’était hier. In 2018, at Art Mûr Berlin, he presented L’infinité de la mélancolie : autant en emporte le vent. In Dallas, in 2015, his exhibition A story with no ending was shown at Circuit12 Contemporary. Group exhibitions include Canada Now – The Tip of the Iceberg (2017) at Bermondsey Project Space (London). His work is included in the collections of Cirque du Soleil (Montreal), Musée national des beaux-arts du Québec and Ville de Laval. Simon Bilodeau is also the winner of the competition for the integration of an artwork into the architecture of the Mont-Royal metro station (Montreal), where his work was inaugurated in 2023.


Title : Ce que l’on ne voit pas qui nous touche, dessin #1
Year: 2014
Dimensions: 22 x 30 cm
Medium: Graphite on Stone Edge paper
Price: $2 400

Simon Bilodeau
Ce que l’on ne voit pas qui nous touche, dessin #1

2,400.00 $