Presented by the Red Bull Music Academy and Centre Phi, the exhibition immerses attendees into a world that Björk conceived of to accompany the music from her emotional 2015 album, Vulnicura (Latin for “cure for wounds”).
We asked judges in Vancouver, Calgary, Montreal, and Toronto to narrow their respective cities’ finest offerings into a definitive collection of Canada’s best pies.
On now until February 19 at the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, She Photographs encourages its audience to consider the role of contemporary photography from a female perspective.
What could be more irresistibly high-low than a plated cheeseburger on a white marble table, promising to drip rich rivulets of liquid foie gras down your fingers and chin as your take your first decadent bite?
When Montreal’s Just For Laughs Festival began in the early 1980s, its timing couldn’t have been better. How lucky, in a field where timing is everything.
Canadian architect Jean Verville’s concept, Dance Floor, has been chosen by the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts to transform Museum Avenue.
We asked judges in Vancouver, Calgary, Montreal, and Toronto to select the finest pies in their respective cities. Here are Montreal’s results.
Montreal, anyone can attest, is a dynamic city. It’s full of life, and constantly building upon itself, with new shops, cultural spaces, and restaurants sprouting up like dandelions in every nook and corner.
Founded in 2011 by marketing agency Sid Lee in partnership with Cirque du Soleil, C2 Montréal adheres to a new theme each year in an endeavour to stay proactive in the business world.