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Posts tagged with exhibition-review

  1. Björk: Like You’ve Never Seen Her Before

    03 Nov 2016

    by Aimée Tian Step into Björk’s virtual reality. Pamphlet cover. For those unfamiliar with the work of Björk Guðmundsdóttir, the 50-year-old Icelandic artist surely epitomizes what it means to be a “jack of all trades”. The singer/songwriter/actress has now been active for an astounding forty years, continuously redefining different modes…

  2. Review of Imagine Brazil at DHC/ART

    10 Mar 2016

    By Hope Christerson Imagine Brazil is an exhibition of contemporary Brazilian art inspired by the acronym BRIC. BRIC is a term used in the study of global economics, coined at the turn of the century, which refers to the countries Brazil, Russia, India and China and is based on the…

  3. Review of L’avenir Exhibition at the MAC’s Nocturne Biennale

    22 Sep 2015

    By Kelli Sturkenboom This Friday, the Musée d’art contemporain hosted its fourth “Friday Nocturne” event of the year. This time, it was a special Biennale edition to coincide with the three-month-long art festival going on in Montréal. Their L’avenir exhibition was open from 5pm until 2am, with DJs, cocktail bars, light bites and…

  4. Review of Yunus Chkirate’s Le Triad Exhibition at the Galerie Triad

    22 Sep 2015

    By Elizabeth White Elizabeth White discusses Yunus Chkirate’s Le Triad exhibition, on until November 6, 2014 at Galerie Triad (3475 Boulevard Saint-Laurent). This one man exhibition is not to be missed, and more information can be found on the website. Artist, Art and Space in Harmony: Yunus Chkirate’s Le Triad Gallery Upon entering on a…

  5. Review of Modest Livelihood Exhibition at the Centre Vox

    22 Sep 2015

    By Elizabeth White Elizabeth White provides an insightful review of Modest Livelihood, an exhibition on display at Centre Vox in Montréal. Brian Jungen and Duane Linklater’s 16mm film is on view until November 1, 2014. This collaborative film follows the artists and Jungen’s uncle as they embark on a series of hunting trips…

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