Following his first solo exhibition at Galerie Youn in Montreal last year, Bruno Leydet’s kitsch-inspired acrylic-on-canvas paintings have established the artist as one to watch in the contemporary art domain.
Young restaurateurs take on the Quebecois food scene in Montreal’s Plateau neighbourhood.
A presbytery turned contemporary art centre in Plateau-Mont-Royal offers a gallery and education space for Montreal creatives.
At age 10, Stéphane Tétreault self-identified as a “cello warrior”, including the phrase in his very first e-mail address. Today, at 25, he still sees himself that way.
On from March 2 to September 8, 2019, the showcase features 150 haute couture and prêt-à-porter designs created between 1977 and 2014, highlighting many never-before-seen pieces.
The aesthetic is certainly minimal, but more than that: at the very core is a method of creation that does not use a single stitch or drop of glue.
Whether you’re sitting for a quick bite before a show or a multi-course meal over candle light, here are some of the city’s most atmospheric spots.
Happening in Montreal now until January 31, the artfully curated Museum in Motion is a travelling exhibit of impressive Tag Heuer timepieces.
The city’s speakeasy-style bars are thriving by being as discrete as possible.