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Jean-Michel Cholette’s airbrush paintings are part of an ongoing ritual and research into the nature of existence and the spirit. Often theatrical, his visions are haunted by cybernetic creatures, dislocated architectures and otherwordly figures. Combining influences from science-fiction, ancient religious symbology, literature and old family portraits, his artwork has refined the genre of esoteric art in his home city of Montreal.
A student of art and religious sciences, Cholette has exhibited his work alongside H.R. Giger in Switzerland for the ‘‘Expo qui rend fou’’, a commemorative event for the writer H.P. Lovecraft, and has been acquired by a number of important collections.