Guy Tremblay

 Fine Art Photography

Book

photo Guy Tremblay

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"The Tour de force accomplished by Guy Tremblay is not to have recruited these marginal humans (sometimes a small margin, sometimes a large margin, a margin off the world). The feat is not to have them sit on a bench to photograph them, freeze them in time at a difficult time in their life, even unbearable. The real merit behind these portraits is the presence of the subjects. They are there, entirely here, in their photographs. And to have these wild beings fully present, the photographer had to be too. "

— David Goudreault


"... Guy Tremblay's project is to bring out the dignity of the people photographed by avoiding falling into misery and sensationalism. These photographs allow us to rediscover the humanity of everyone by reconfiguring the parameters of our perception, redefining our possible understanding of these people. They aim to give a human face beyond good and evil, beyond all judgment and knowledge. "

— Jacques Quintin


"Guy Tremblay's artistic approach promotes the essential recognition of the other. Behind each of the portraits is a precious human story, marked by obstacles and, above all, hopes. From the invisibility of difficult social realities and atypical intervention practice, it is now a matter of full visibility, reminding us of the importance of coming together for the respect of human dignity. "

— Étienne Bélanger-Caron


photo Guy Tremblay
Hardcover edition limited to 120 copies (numbered and signed) also include the special edition of the book accompanied by a platinum and palladium edition limited to 12 copies. This type of print is very rare given the level of difficulty inherent to the method of creation, the costs and the extremely specialized expertise necessary to achieve it. Each print is handmade by the artist in a darkroom and is numbered and signed. The platinum and palladium print is sought after by collectors and popular with museums. It is considered to be one of the finest photographic processes. The image being made of pure platinum and palladium; its durability is exceptional and exceeds all other photographic techniques. Its lifespan is estimated at over a thousand years. Each of these prints is unique and its value should increase over the years.
photo Guy Tremblay