Currently living in Canada, Carl-Antonyn Dufault’s work combines architecture, photography and visual arts.

His studies at the University of Montreal, where he graduated in architecture in 2006, have been a significant influence on his art.  Through his photographs, he proposes his reflexion on the importance of context, time and the impact of citizens on the shape and form they give to their cities. His work suggests destabilizing contrasts, offering new perspectives on the built environment around us. For now more than 3000 consecutive days, he also hold a photographic daily journal at www.journal.couleursseparees.com.

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Selected Solo Exhibitions:
- Montréal Couleurs séparées, Georges-Émile Lapalme gallery, Montreal, 2016.
- Improbables Habitats, Chromatic Festival, New York/Los Angeles, 2016.
- D'Hier et d'aujourd'hui, Chromatic Festival, Montreal, 2015.
- Vous êtes ici, bois et impression numérique, Art Souterrain, 'Montréal en Lumières' Festival, 2013.