Délicat Pulse & Picture Transition (Display Camera) Picture Transition (Unfixed Form), vernissage Fonderie Darling, September 22 from 5 to 10 PM The Darling Foundry [read on]
Kara Stern Starting this Wednesday, Art POP is offering up tons of free events throughout the city for five whole days. We, “Other” being one of them. Originally [read on]
When an artistic genius is born in an Orthodox Jewish household, his talent comes in conflict with tradition.
And the rush of new Fall programming continues! So much to do this week and so much coming up for the week after. Until then, here’s a list of exhibits and events to [read on]
Art Tattoo brings in local and international artists to celebrate all things ink.
Squirt, exhibit Squirt * Soiree Piscine/Pool Party at the VAV Gallery VAV Gallery, August 16 to 19 The VAV Gallery’s Squirt, an installation and performance-based [read on]
Annual festival features music, film, storytelling, and art by First Nations from around Montreal, Quebec, Canada, and the world.
Upon entering the Darling Foundry‘s Grande Salle, you will be greeted by two large, white staircases. Walk up to them, walk on them, walk across them. Once you get to [read on]
Robot art gives you a chance to get into the machine and move around. Find out here.
To the artists who pioneered this art movement, bigger is better.
Kitchens, bathrooms, living rooms and more were on feature at SIDIM.
With beautiful visuals and an abundance of fashionistas, the film poses the question, “should fashion be viewed as art?”
Drop in to Montreal’s annual festival of contemporary art works for sale.
Event celebrating all things Montreal brings curated creators together.
Mike Correll’s documentary sheds light on a master of dark art.
“You can’t be a word nerd and not into poetry,” Rabbit says. We want to send this slam poet to the Verses Festival. Find out more here.
Annual event brings out collectors of memorabilia and all things film related.
City graffiti featured in this month’s Eye to I study
Your list of the best festivals and events taking place this April in Montreal
With so many great films premiering in Montreal for FIFA, it can be hard to choose a few. Here are some select picks for the first week of the festival.