This week includes sights, sounds and the best butts in the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts.
This week, explore another side of art featuring vernissages (free wine!), of course, but also performances, artist talks and panels.
Review and interview of Corno’s exhibit at AKA Gallery.
Workshops, photography and cocktails abound this week in Montreal!
It’s a quiet week in the Montreal art scene, but even quiet weeks are exciting in this city: immersive installations, breathtaking photographs and even interesting takes on everyday objects.
In this new weekly article, the Artistorian lists her picks from the Montreal art scene this week.
Virani and Jones went cross country to collect perceptions about Canada to create a collaborative art project, unveiled this Canada Day.
Treat yourself to some revolutionary architecture at this vernissage.
Clothing and art come together in these wearable constructions in every material imaginable.
The Montreal art scene is a storm of events, from performance art to journal launches to vernissage parties. Here’s our list of things not to miss!
Vernissage of colourful art complimented with talented local performers.
Check out the first vernissage of Art Matters tonight at Espace Fibre.
Check out the hottest emerging art in Montreal at the Parisian Laundry tonight.
Not entirely sure what to do to celebrate Black History Month in Montreal? Here’s a pick for each day of the month.
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.
Magali Crevier checks out the vernssiage featuring the drawings of Daniel Barkley and a book published of his work.
The non-profit organization behind the Darling Foundry celebrated its 20th anniversary. Fernando Landin was on the scene to capture the event.
The intermedia/cyberarts students worked hard to fundraise for this exhibition. Now’s the time to see their finished works.
2-year-old feminist art history journal Yiara hosts art exhibition.
Photographer Andres Roget captured the end of season student vernissage of Syn Studio to see what the design leads of tomorrow are producing today.