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Tony Angell
Clare Belfrage
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Guy Laramée
 
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Guy Laramée: 2013 Exhibition Catalog
Guy Laramée: 2012 Exhibition Catalog

 
  Guy Laramée - Irazu



Irazu
book
5 X 11.5 X 9 in.
 
  Guy Laramée - Guide Bleu



Guide Bleu
book
8 X 8.5 X 1.5 in.
 
  Guy Laramée - Cold Mountain Poem



Cold Mountain Poem
paper
20 X 22 X 8 in.
 
  Guy Laramée - Ginastera II



Ginastera II
oil on canvas
24 X 36 in.
 
  Guy Laramée - Amanhecer 2



Amanhecer 2
oil on canvas
26 X 72 in.
 
  Guy Laramée - Spring Inside



Spring Inside
oil on canvas
29 X 20 in.
 
  Guy Laramée - Biblios



Biblios
paper
49.5 X 31 X 26.5 in.
 
  Guy Laramée - Île



Île
paper
39.5 X 39.5 X 8.75 in.
 
  Guy Laramée - Îles



Îles
paper
39.5 X 43 X 8.75 in.
 
  Guy Laramée - Stupa



Stupa
paper
7 X 5.5 X 6 in.
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  Guy Laramée - Mountains



Mountains
paper
9.5 X 11 X 6.5 in.
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  Guy Laramée - Larousse Methodique



Larousse Methodique
paper
9 X 5 X 12 in.
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  Guy Laramée - Le Pont



Le Pont
paper
8.75 X 14.25 X 11.5 in.
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  Guy Laramée - Two Hermitages



Two Hermitages
paper
11.5 X 5 X 8 in.
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  Guy Laramée - Mars



Mars
paper
8.5 X 11.25 X 1.75 in.
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Guy Laramée

Laramée’s carved books are his metaphor for the degradation of human culture. The artist’s treatment of non-fiction information stems from his idea that knowledge is gained by erosion instead of accumulation. “I carve landscapes out of books. Mountains of disused knowledge return to what they really are: mountains. Piles of obsolete encyclopedias return to that which does not need to say anything, that which simply is.”

Although Laramée has been involved in the arts for over 30 years with music, performance and video, his sculptures have lately come to be the most important endeavor of his artistic career. Since 2004, Laramée has had 15 solo exhibitions in both the United States and Canada. In 2009 the artist participated in “Book Borrowers: Contemporary Artists Transforming Books,” held at the Bellevue Art Museum in Bellevue, WA and most recently has begun to exhibit at Foster/White Gallery.


Watch Guy Laramée on the CBS Morning Show
 
Exhibition Catalog
Laramée 2013
 
Laramée 2012