1. Looking Together, Looking Apart: Revisiting Ragnar Kjartansson’s The Visitors

    16 Feb 2017
    by Sylvie Schwartz Copyright The Vinyl Factory Some works of art stick with us for a long time, whether it’s because they strike us in just such a way, because they give us an immersive experience that feels all-consuming, because they hold a personal or sentimental value for us, or…

  2. Chagall: Colour and Music and Nostalgia, oh my!

    14 Feb 2017
    by Catherine LaRivière Something I’ve come to love about my growing up in Montreal is the city’s quasi-European, “Paris, but not quite” culture. Many of the books I read as a kid had richly coloured geometric figures with sketchy outlines, and their motions across the pages were illustrated by blurs…

  3. Artwork rental, or the democratization of art?

    13 Feb 2017
    by Louise Kronenberger Illustration by Erika Kindsfather. It has been a few years since the new trend started: the rental of artworks. As a student, unfortunately, I don’t have a lot of money to put into collecting artworks. However, this new trend might be the perfect solution for collecting artworks…

  4. Home Visit Europe

    10 Feb 2017
    By: Jacqueline Hampshire Home Visit Europe. Photo via http://www.divadloarcha.cz/cz/performance/detail/70. Photographer David Kummermann. Last year I got the chance to experience Home Visit Europe, an interactive, participatory performance by the German theatre group Rimini Protokoll. The performance deals with big, abstract ideas of “Europe” in the intimate setting of a private…

  5. A Lazy Art History Student’s Guide to Montreal Art Museums and Galleries

    09 Feb 2017
    By: Muhan Zhang One of the perks of studying Art History in the vibrant and art-hoe packed city of Montreal is that art is everywhere you go. Student mainstays MBAM and MAC are just a few blocks in either direction of the Roddick Gates, the various neighbourhoods bordering McGill’s downtown…

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