While many of us are stuck in that in-between funk, trying to celebrate the last of the freedom summer has to offer while also trying to prepare for the return to school or work, many galleries are stuck in the “between exhibits” funk. Still, there is plenty to see and do in good old Montreal before the art scene booms again within the next few weeks. Here are some of my suggestions:
Every day from 10 to 10, Marché Bonsecours
Having officially launched last week, the World Press Photo is on for most of the month os September, ending on the 27th. In its 10th edition, WPPMTL invites you to discover the winning photographs, selected from the 98 000 images submitted by photojournalists around the world.
September 3 at 5, Galerie Dominique Bouffard
Inquiète forêt, a solo exhibit by artist Stéphanie Morisette, invites viewers into an immersive environment where she questions our relationship to nature. The vernissage is on September 3 and the exhibit runs until the 27th.
De choses et d’autres (bis)
Until September 6, Salle de diffusion Parc-Extension
Samuel St-Aubin explores the ordinary in extraordinary ways in this solo exhibit ending on Sunday. Don’t miss his unique creations!
Until September 13, Musée d’art contemporain
If you haven’t already, you have two more weeks to check out David Altmejd’s exhibit at the MAC. A huge installation and unforgettable experience await you. Seriously, the only way to describe this is: cool.
Cassandra Marsillo runs the blog The Artistorian