On leading the life of an artist, the problem with public art and what we can expect from his upcoming Montreal events.
Robotically animated pelts, nearly edible consumer goods, trippy illustrated guitars and more in the arts scene this week
Black History heritage, extraction ecologies, street artists, found object sculptures, fiery household dystopias and dazzling Montreal photography are all in store for you and more in this week’s arts scene.
Several artists talks, Concordia’s undergraduate art history conference and a slate of vernissages round out this week’s arts activities.
While most of the galleries were closed over the summer, the drought has officially ended with a deluge of new shows, gallery openings and vernissages this week. Here are a few you should know about.
A roundup of what’s happening in visual arts and design this week in Montreal: new shows by Nicolas Ruel, Étienne Trembley Tardif and Barbara Rosenthal and an interactive music exhibit at the Montreal Science Centre.