It has been over eight years since the gallery has presented an exhibition dedicated solely to this highly significant painter. Curator Simon Morin has selected over twenty works from the period spanning from 1992-2004. Morin’s analytic selection process invites a reading across media including collage, sculpture and large-scale paintings of this period of over ten years of the artist’s production. The exhibition title Construction d’espace is taken from an iconic work of Jérôme’s, and provides the throughline: surveying the formal mastery of an artist at the height of his powers during a period of transition for abstract art in Canada. In the works selected for this survey, Simon Morin reflects on Jérôme’s approaches to spatial composition in the diverse media in which he worked. The artist’s well-known and fundamental formal rigour is clearly present, but just as evident, if perhaps less remarked-upon, is an intimate and subtle understanding of pictorial space. Each piece presents a facet of the prolific artist’s practice, right up to the last paintings from 2004, which Morin links to the artist’s work of the 1950s through the ultimate refinement of the forms. Here we see the artist close the circle, returning to an idiom that is purely plasticien.