Info & contact

Info & contact

Canadian born, Montreal based Guillaume Simoneau began his independent studies in photography after completing a diploma in applied science. Today his practice is split between personal projects and editorial & commercial assignments. His body of work Love and War was exhibited at the Museum of Contemporary Photography in Chicago and Published by Dewi Lewis Publishing (UK). The publication was shortlisted for both First Book Award and European Publishers Award for Photography. His recent series Experimental Lake was published by MACK and exhibited at Stephen Bulger Gallery. In 2019 his new body of work Murder will be published by MACK and will premiere at Rencontres d'Arles.

Simoneau is a 2018 Light Work AiR recipient.

Canadien basé à Montréal, Guillaume Simoneau a commencé ses études en arts après avoir complété un diplôme en sciences pures. Aujourd’hui sa pratique se compose autant de projets personnels que d'assignations éditoriales & commerciales. Sa série Love and War, finaliste au European Publishers Award for Photography ainsi qu'au First Book Award fut exposée au Museum of Contemporary Photography in Chicago et publiée en 2013 par Dewi Lewis Publishing (UK). Récemment, son corpus intitulé Experimental Lake a été publié par MACK et exposé à la Stephen Bulger Gallery. En 2019 son nouveau travail Murder sera publié par MACK et sera exposé en première aux Rencontres d'Arles.

Simoneau est récipiendaire Light Work AiR 2018.

Clients: L'Officiel, Tecknaren, Fortune, The Wall Street Journal, M le magazine du Monde, Mercedes-Benz, Hitachi, Hyundai, The Telegraph Magazine, Monocle, The Guardian, Vice, The Walrus, Science et Vie, Hazlitt, Le Monde, The Globe and Mail, Oak Street, SidLee, Bentley, Financial Times, Cossette, Alfred, DentsuBos, enRoute, Porter, N by Norwegian

For inquiries regarding image licensing, exhibition requests, editorials, commissions, commercial assignments and advertising contact (514) 571-6215 / info@simoneauguillaume.com. For inquiries regarding acquisitions contact info@bulgergallery.com.

Pour toutes demandes d'octroiements de licences, d'expositions, d'éditoriaux, de commissions, d'assignations commerciales ou mandats publicitairesveuillez contacter le (514) 571-6215 / info@simoneauguillaume.com. Pour tout achats d'oeuvres veuillez contacter info@bulgergallery.com

Press reviews / revues de presse: New York MagazineM le magazine du Monde, PHROOMAmerican Suburb XArtforum1000 WordsWallpaper*WidewallsThe Guardian, Mother Jones, Conscientious, Vice, Gup, Spiegel, Hazlitt, Aesthetica, aPhotoEditor, Ffotoimage

Selected exhibitions / expositions sélectionnées

2020   Murder, CONTACT Photography Festival, Stephen Bulger Gallery

2019    Murder, RPS, Tokyo, Japan

2019    MurderRencontres d'Arles, France, curated by Audrey Genois (Momenta)

2019    On Earth, Rencontres d'Arles, France, curated by Hinde Haest (FOAM)

2017    Experimental Lake, R.I.P.G., Bonaventure, Gaspésie, July 15th to September 30th

2017    Experimental Lake, Format17, Derby, UK, March 24th to April 24th

2017    Experimental Lake, Stephen Bulger Gallery, April 1st to May 6th

2016    Kids these days, Mount Saint Vincent University Art Gallery, Halifax, curated by Zoë Chan

2014    Kids these days, Foreman Gallery, Sherbrooke, Canada, curated by Zoë Chan

2013    Youth Code!, Christophe Guye Gallery, Zurich, curated by Nathalie Herschdorfer

2013    Love and War, VU Photo, Quebec City, Canada

2013    Backstory, Museum of Contemporary Photography Chicago (MoCP), curated by Karen Irvine

2013    Love and War, CONTACT Gallery, Toronto, Canada, curated by Bonnie Rubenstein

2012    Repositioned Personal, Daegu Photography Biennale, Korea, curated by Karen Irvine (MoCP)

2011    Love and War, Les Territoires Gallery, Montreal, Canada

Monographs / monographies

2019    MurderMACK, UK, 96 pages with introduction by Shino Kuraishi

2018    Experimental Lake, MACK, UK, 80 pages

2013    Love and War, Dewi Lewis, UK, 76 pages with introduction by Lisa J. Sutcliffe (SFMoMA)

2013    La Commande du Morse, Éditions du Renard, MTL, 70 pages with essay by Alexis Desgagnés