A smorgasbord of international art comes to Montreal until January with the Biennial Montreal. Performance art, film, digital works, sculpture, photography, and visual art are on tap.
Catey Shaw talks about Hall and Oats, bickering, Brooklyn, L.A., and making art and music in advance of her appearance at POP Montreal.
Montreal’s Museum of Fine Art is a top attraction in the city with a huge array of historical and modern art. A must visit attraction!
Jon Ronson’s film looks at the uncomfortable relationship between fame and creativity for a band with an eccentric member.
The 19th edition of Under Pressure includes murals by street artists and djs on the streets, but also a dance battle, concerts, and a skateboard competition.
Exhibit of photographs and line drawings explore the connections between pain in a relationship, silence, and later understanding of events.
Entrelacs, is a unique art exhibition featuring six artists from Canada and Europe that started on July 5th and will go on until August 23rd.
Montreal’s annual summer Mural Festival brings out graffiti and street artists to create magnificent murals on buildings in the Plateau.
Biking and collecting, collaging and disobedience. The Montreal Artist at work.
Art Brasilis joined Puces Pop this year and will be part of an upcoming Brazilian pop-up shop at Espace Pop with other Brazilian artists.
Urban art competition Beaux Degats pitted six teams against each other on the theme of photography. This is Fernando Landin’s photo journal of the event.
The non-profit organization behind the Darling Foundry celebrated its 20th anniversary. Fernando Landin was on the scene to capture the event.
Andres Roget checked out the One Man Band Festival. These are the photos of his night.
Julie Favreau’s minimalist works in video, sculpture, and performance allow for complete focus on the meaning of gesture. Concordia’s FOFA held a finissage featuring her installation work and more.
Elegantly executed production raises the issue of artistic pursuits when one is talented but less than the best. How can one throw away all those grueling hours perfecting one’s art?
Papier14 Art Fair brings galleries from around the country to Montreal to showcase works on paper.
Savour the tastes, smells, sights, and sounds of Asia’s many cultures at the Accès Asie festival.
The 16th Blue Metropolis Festival celebrates writers and reading with a special focus on international authors this year.
Yiara Magazine’s second edition was packed with attendees and featured musical act the Broken Crowns.
Businesses, artists, events, and venues come together in multi-month recognition of digital arts in Montreal.