Vitrine sur L’art

Art is everywhere! Especially in a city like Montreal. It is part of the fabric here. Architecture. Sculpture. Installations. Examples of it all are scattered throughout our fine city. Sometimes in the least expected places.

Vitrine sur L’art is exactly this. Presented by Art Souterrain, Vitrine sur L’art features works of art by Quebec artists displayed in the windows of unoccupied properties throughout the downtown area.

It is happening throughout the summer. Here are a list of special events occuring in conjunction with Vitrine sur L’art:

  1. Title: “Weekend Mediation”

Dates:

 
20/21
July 2019
 
 
3/4/17/18/31
August 2019
 
 
1/14/15 /
28/29 September 2019

Location: On the sidewalk facing the windows in which we have displayed the different works.

Hours: 12:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.

Description:

Every Saturday and Sunday during the exhibition period, visitors can be guided by our information guides posted near the windows. These guides will be responsible for helping those who visit the exhibition while informing them of the different options that the city of Montreal offers.

2) Title: Curator’s Focus

Date: Sunday, September 29, 2019

Place: A walk along the route of the windows involved in the exhibition.

Duration:

Guided tour of about 1 hour

The starting time is yet to be determined

Description:

A tour that will allow the participants to learn about the exhibition from the point of view of the curator Pascale Beaudet. The tour will last about 1 hour.

Group size: 15-20 participants

Speakers:

Frédéric Loury and curator Pascale Beaudet

3) Title: VIP Night “Real Estate and Other Partners”

Dates:

 
14
August 2019
 
 
18
September 2019

Location: Delta Hotel

Time: 5:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.

Description:

As part of the showcase on art, we want to offer evenings with thematic 5 a 7s between the artists, real estate and project partners. These meetings are moments where people from the business community will be able to exchange and meet the artists and the curator of this edition of the exhibition.

Photo credits: Mike Patten

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