Born in 1974 in British Columbia, Max Wyse lives and works in Montreal. His work proposes a symbiosis between the human, plant and animal worlds, revealing the tensions under the skin of a complex reality, where the strange belongs in the quotidian.
His work has been extensively showed, namely in Montreal, Vancouver, Toronto, New York and Paris and is featured in numerous public and private collections.
|2013||La Presse | Éric Clément|
|Coups de gueule en quarantaine | 29 avril
|2012||Akimblog | Isa Tousignant|
|Max Wyse at Galerie Trois Points | 6 novembre
|2012||CULT#MTL | Rachel Levine|
|Psych out : Winnie Truong and Max Wyse | 18 octobre
|2010||Ovni Magazine | Annie Lafleur|
|Devenir le jardin | 1 avril
|2008||Canadian Art Online | See it|
|Max Wyse - Naive no More | 24 avril
|2008||Spirale | Emmanuel Galland|
|Entretien avec Max Wyse - La bête humaine | 1 janvier
|2007||The Hour | Isa Tousignant|
|Super Human | 25 janvier
|2007||Galerie Plein Sud | Luis de Moura Sobral|
|L'homme 100 têtes à la recherche du réel | 1 janvier
|2005||Le Devoir | Bernard Lamarche|
|De visu - cadavres exquis | 5 novembre
From April 13th to May 27nd, Maison de la culture Marie-Uguay is showing pieces from Robert Poulin's collection. The exhibition, which is presenting pieces from Max Wyse and Erik Jerezano, is one of the nine parts of Collectionner, an event that takes place in different places in Montreal.
From March 13th to April 22nd, Maison de la culture Frontenac is showing the exhibition La collection branchée de M. Tremblay, which is presenting pieces from Sylvain Bouthillette and Max Wyse. The exhibition is one of the nine parts of Collectionner, an event that takes place in different places in Montreal.