Public art is central to Jean-Pierre Morin’s practice. In it, he recognizes the potential for generating reflective, artistic, and aesthetic situations. Since the late 1980s, Morin has created about 30 public art works. Monumental and seductive, they stem from his deep interest in working with materials and reflect his advanced knowledge of form. Morin’s practice engages in a relationship with site and space while also embodying the characteristics of installation art.

Vent, 1986, Corten steel.
© Jean-Pierre Morin • Photo: Richard-Max Tremblay