February 4, 2016 on Events, Exhibitions, News by steve

In the Quebec psyche, Normand Hudon holds a very special place.

Well known for his sharp wit and his well-honed sense of political comment and satire, he became a household name in the media as a social commentator, a radio and television host and, of course, as a major caricaturist.

However his main love was art and as an artist, he became an observer and a chronicler of Quebec’s mores and history.  His work is a window into Quebec’s humorous side of its History, its legal institutions, its climate and, of course its people.

He is and will be remembered as part of Quebec’s memory.