In only a few years since Hildebrand has emerged onto the Canadian art scene, he has produced an impressive oeuvre of paintings and drawings, composed of complex spatial environments and nods to historical painting, including trompe l’oeil, romantic landscape painting and surrealism.
Dil Hildebrand received his Master of Fine Arts from Concordia University, Montréal in 2008, won the Royal Bank of Canada Painting competition in 2006, and is now represented by Pierre-Francois Ouellette Art Contemporain in Montreal. He currently lives and works in Montréal.
This lavishly illustrated book represents the first comprehensive survey of Hildebrand’s oeuvre, including works from 2006-present. Featuring an introduction by Richard Rhodes, editor of Canadian Art Magazine, a critical essay by Louise Déry from Galerie de l’UQAM, and an interview with Dil Hildebrand by Christine Redfern.
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• Softcover: 72 pages / Full Colour. • Language: English and French • 10 inches wide x 8 inches high