Posts Tagged 'Montreal'

Interview: Montreal Street Artist, Stikki Peaches

AI: Why are you called Stikki Peaches? SP: Aiming for the fence off the first question?!!? I like you… AI: What’s up with your statement “What if Art Ruled the World?” SP: i was curious about as to what another

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Interview: Montreal Street Artist, Stikki Peaches

AI: Why are you called Stikki Peaches? SP: Aiming for the fence off the first question?!!? I like you… AI: What’s up with your statement “What if Art Ruled the World?” SP: i was curious about as to what another

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Year in review: best art shows in 2012

2012 flew by. It feels like only yesterday I was ringing in the New Year in Barcelona, Spain. Sigh. What fond memories. It was a great year, I saw a lot of interesting art shows all over the map both

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Year in review: best art shows in 2012

2012 flew by. It feels like only yesterday I was ringing in the New Year in Barcelona, Spain. Sigh. What fond memories. It was a great year, I saw a lot of interesting art shows all over the map both

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Montreal fall art preview

Around the Labor Day long weekend when most North Americans are packing up the car for their last summer excursion, the art world is busy prepping for the busy fall art season. The art season traditionally commences on the Thursday

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Montreal fall art preview

Around the Labor Day long weekend when most North Americans are packing up the car for their last summer excursion, the art world is busy prepping for the busy fall art season. The art season traditionally commences on the Thursday

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Montreal: hunting for street art

There’s a wealth of street art to be found in the out-of-the-way nooks and crannies of any large city. But, Montreal’s sheer amount of raw, underused urban landscape make the city an especially rich hunting ground. You could split street

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Montreal: hunting for street art

There’s a wealth of street art to be found in the out-of-the-way nooks and crannies of any large city. But, Montreal’s sheer amount of raw, underused urban landscape make the city an especially rich hunting ground. You could split street

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Guess whose art collection is on view in Montreal?

No pun intended, Georges Marciano, the Co-founder of Guess Jeans art collection is in Montreal’s Old Port. Our designer jean obsession is heavily indebted to Marciano, since Guess Jeans was one of the first companies to introduce over priced designer

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Guess whose art collection is on view in Montreal?

No pun intended, Georges Marciano, the Co-founder of Guess Jeans art collection is in Montreal’s Old Port. Our designer jean obsession is heavily indebted to Marciano, since Guess Jeans was one of the first companies to introduce over priced designer

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We are all connected: Rope + Thread=ism

On the weekend, I checked out Rope + Thread=ism a large-scale exhibition at St-Brigide de Kildaire, an abandoned church in the Gay Village. Organized by IQ gallery, the exhibition displayed an eclectic array of paintings, sculptures, photos and installations by

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We are all connected: Rope + Thread=ism

On the weekend, I checked out Rope + Thread=ism a large-scale exhibition at St-Brigide de Kildaire, an abandoned church in the Gay Village. Organized by IQ gallery, the exhibition displayed an eclectic array of paintings, sculptures, photos and installations by

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How to visit Montreal’s museums for free

I guess Canadian museums still haven’t clued into the fact that universal free entry to museums is great way attract museumgoers. In Montreal, entry to the Museum of Fine Arts costs $15.00; in Vancouver, the Vancouver Art Gallery charges $17.50;

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How to visit Montreal’s museums for free

I guess Canadian museums still haven’t clued into the fact that universal free entry to museums is great way attract museumgoers. In Montreal, entry to the Museum of Fine Arts costs $15.00; in Vancouver, the Vancouver Art Gallery charges $17.50;

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Summer art exhibitions you don’t want to miss.

Below, I have detailed some must-see art exhibitions to help you plan your summer Art Intake. You can also find more art exhibition listings in our art guide. 1. Zoo is showing at the Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal. This

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Summer art exhibitions you don’t want to miss.

Below, I have detailed some must-see art exhibitions to help you plan your summer Art Intake. You can also find more art exhibition listings in our art guide. 1. Zoo is showing at the Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal. This

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Peter Flemming’s Instrumentation at Centre Skol

The Instrumentation exhibition by Folk-machine artist Peter Flemming at Centre des arts actuels Skol is based on the principle that everything has an electromagnetic frequency. Meaning even the most mundane and everyday materials reverberate with energy ever so slight that

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Peter Flemming’s Instrumentation at Centre Skol

The Instrumentation exhibition by Folk-machine artist Peter Flemming at Centre des arts actuels Skol is based on the principle that everything has an electromagnetic frequency. Meaning even the most mundane and everyday materials reverberate with energy ever so slight that

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BIAN: Zimoun and Florian Grond at Oboro Gallery

If you haven’t checked out any of the exhibitions happening in conjunction with the International Digital Arts Biennial (BIAN) (April 18 – June 13); you should. The BIAN is transforming art galleries around Montreal into sites of technologically derived contemporary art.

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BIAN: Zimoun and Florian Grond at Oboro Gallery

If you haven’t checked out any of the exhibitions happening in conjunction with the International Digital Arts Biennial (BIAN) (April 18 – June 13); you should. The BIAN is transforming art galleries around Montreal into sites of technologically derived contemporary art.

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