Born in Montreal, Jean-Pierre Séguin is a visual artist who lives and works in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. For a number of years, his pictorial and photographic research has been oriented toward representation systems, portrait making and our perceptions of space, time, color, shape and object. His work has been in exhibitions in Canada and abroad, the most recent of which are 39-45, Galerie Graff, Montreal (2015); WW2, OK Harris, New York (2014); Artists Portraits, Galerie Graff, Montreal (2012); Beards in Beads, OK Harris, New York (2009); Beaded Portraits, OK Harris, New York (2007); Figures, Musée d’art contemporain des Laurentides, St-Jérôme (2006-07); 1040 tableaux, Langage Plus, Alma (2006); Métaphoretraits, CNE, Jonquière (2005); and Corps et Figures, Montréal Télégraphe, Montréal (2001). His works are included in numerous private and public collections. He was represented by OK Harris Gallery in New York, closed in 2014. He is represented by Graff Gallery in Montreal.