Québecor invites you, from October 2, 2018 to January 9, 2019, to the exhibition dedicated to Refus global, which is celebrating its 70th anniversary this year. Galerie Simon Blais is proud to have participated in project.
Québecor, Espace musée: 612 St-Jacques Street, Montreal
The exhibition Merveilles célestes - Bettina Forget and Yann Pocreau presents the work by the two artists following the creation residency created by the Université de Montréal Exhibition Center in collaboration with the Mont-Mégantic Observatory and the Exoplanets Research Institute.
Exhibition: from September 27 to December 15.
On September 26, at 6 p.m., Galerie Simon Blais and Éditions Roselin invite you to the launch of Joie, an artist’s book celebrating the 70th anniversary of the publication of the Refus global manifesto. The book includes an etching by Françoise Sullivan.
At the beginning of the night, one randomly selected guest will receive a copy of the artist's book.
The modern.toronto, a museum dedicated to abstract art, presents an exhibition of works by Françoise Sullivan from september 20 to November 17, 2018.
Opening: September 20
Serge Clément's work is exhibited in a group show in Beauvais, France, as part of the 15th edition of the Photaumnales festival, which takes place from September 15th to December 31st.
Some members of the Friends of Place Marcelle-Ferron in Outremont explain what the organization does and talks about the major artist Marcelle Ferron.
Catherine Farish is representing Canada in a commerative exhibition marking the centenary of World War I. This exhibition opens on September 13th and runs until December 1st, 2018 at the Swindon Museum and Art Gallery in Wiltshire, England. The exhibition is part of a touring collaborative project called Cicatrix.
The Maison de la culture de Verdun is presenting a look back at the career of Denis Juneau, whose indefatigable explorations of new visual vocabularies left their mark on the history of Québec art. The Maison’s Quai 5160 exhibition hall now bears his name.
Talk on Wednesday, October 3.
On the occasion of the exhibition about Jean McEwen, shown at the gallery until October 6, Jérémie McEwen, artist's son, write a letther to his father.
Read this article and find out why La Bête-à-Séguin cheese will fund artists' residences
Art session Mtl proposes Diversité / Diversity, an exhibition that will be held at Occurence gallery and where Serge Clément's work will be shown alongside works by Iain Baxter, André Fournelle, Peter Gnass, Christian Kiopini, Danielle Lamontagne, Jocelyn Philibert, Serge Tousignant and Beaudoin Wart.
In Le Devoir, Jérome Delgado talks about Julie Ouellet's new exhibition at Maison de la culture Frontenac.
Éliane Excoffier talks about Nightlife, her most recent exhibition.
Marie-Eve Charron sign a paper about the exhibition Nightlife by Éliane Excoffier.
To read in Le Devoir.
As part of our exhibition 1963-1972, une décénie haute en couleur, Nicolas Mavrikakis highlights the originality of Jacques Hurtubise's approach in Le Devoir.