From December 5th 2018 through February 17th 2019, you can learn more about Quebec’s artists, TV, theater and Movie costume design through Michel Robidas’ exposition “Processus: passé, présent, à venir” at Centre d’art Diane-Dufresne in Repentigny.
Who is Michel Robidas?
Michel Robidas is a costume designer who has worked with artists in the likes of Celine Dion, Diane Dufresne, Julie Snyder, Cirque du Soleil and film directors like Denys Arcand. He also cumulated more than 22 years as a Costume Designer at Radio Canada fpr their shows and dressed Julie Snyder on the show Le Banquier aired on TVA. Earlier, he jas also created clothing for women and kids.
He is known for his extravagant costumes like the curtain dress he made for Diane Dufresne with marionetts she could move in her dress. He also made an 85 foot dress for a Cirque Du Soleil in hight show. Today Michel still creates costumes and paints.
What to expect?
Expect to see costumes, sketches to take you through 45 years of Michel’s creations.
Celine’s costumes were graciously loaned by the diva for the exposition.
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