Past Exhibitions
 

MIROIR : MIRROR

Florence Yee, Tina Lam, Candace Mooers, Dois (Fernando Belote & kimura byol – nathalie lemoine), Cécilia Bracmort, Jessica Sallay-Carrington, Kathryn Delaney
April 06, 2018 to April 15, 2018
MIRROR : MIROIR articule Members’ Show 2018 Mirror mirror, tell me... Who is articule? Over the past few years, the members of articule have been reflecting on the practice of art-making as well as on the practice of self-reflection in the context of marginalisation. Discussions on the... {read more}

 

 

Art Crush in Time (Art Matters Festival)

liliesOfTheVallée (Emmanuelle Forgues and Sam Bourgault), Jenna Ladd, Owen Coolidge, Erin Berry , Maude Lauziere Dumas, Paule Gilbert , Tina Lam
March 16, 2018 to March 27, 2018
Vernissage: Mar 22, 6 PM - 9 PM Exhibition/Exposition: Mar 16 — Mar 27 // Hours : Monday – Sunday, 12 PM - 7 PM How can visual art practices record and conserve the movement of the human body in space? Featuring the work of seven artists, Art Crush in Time focuses on the performative... {read more}

 

 

Cover to Cover

Ho Tam
February 10, 2018 to March 11, 2018
Cover to Cover is a small survey of Ho Tam’s publishing practice, which has been a focus of his since 2010. HOTAM and POSER are two ongoing projects among his collection of works from this period. HOTAM is a self-published/self-titled book series using the magazine format, treating each issue as an... {read more}

 

 

hochelaga rock

Hannah Claus (Montréal)
October 21, 2017 to November 19, 2017
The intent with this exhibition is to highlight the fluidity of Indigenous knowledge and time, and the constraints imposed upon this understanding by Western structures of chronology and record. Utilizing the image of the Hochelaga Rock, the commemorative stone for the village and people encountered by... {read more}

 

 

Majorité invisible

Shabnam Zeraati (Montréal)
September 01, 2017 to October 01, 2017
Majorité invisible is composed of a series of large format drawings and an installation in the middle of the gallery space. The exhibition deals with the precarious conditions of minorities in Canada, particularly the discrimination and segregation experienced by visible minorities and Indigenous... {read more}

 

 

Hovering on an Hamaca

Camila Salcedo (Halifax), Erick Rodriguez (Toronto)
July 03, 2017 to August 08, 2017
With Hovering on an Hamaca, artists Camila Salcedo and Erick Rodriguez explore the complicated experience that immigrants face when leaving a familiar home country, but also being contemporary “settlers” in a colonized land. This collaboration is a way to connect to their roots as Latin... {read more}

 

 

2356

Hannah Azar Strauss (Montréal), Sophia Borowska (Montréal), Dana Edmonds (Montréal), Fanny Huard (Montréal), Julie Laurin+Jonathan M Roy (Montréal), Yen-Chao Lin (Montréal), Kevin Yuen Kit Lo (Montréal), Katerina Pansera (Montréal), Jacqueline van de Geer (Montréal)
June 02, 2017 to June 11, 2017
While the year 2017 is the occasion for numerous celebrations across the country, such as the 375th anniversary of the City of Montreal, articule wishes to engage a reflection on the act of commemoration, the history and sociopolitical context of Montreal / Tiotia:ke, as well as the subterranean and... {read more}

 

 

The Garden of Speculations

Kelly Jaclynn Andres (Montréal), Maude Bernier Chabot (Montréal), Véronique Chagnon-Côté (Montréal), Maude Deslauriers (Montréal)
April 22, 2017 to May 21, 2017
For its upcoming exhibition, articule opens its doors to a space of contemplation and illusion: The Garden of Speculations. This group exhibition brings together four Montreal artists whose work focuses on notions of nature, daydreaming and ambivalence. The Garden of Speculations takes you into a new... {read more}

 

 

#postcolonialbooty

Eduardo Velázquez (New York)
February 17, 2017 to March 19, 2017
In collaboration with the Massimadi Festival and African Rainbow In a series of photographs, video performances, paintings and prints, Eduardo Velázquez’s #postcolonialbooty deals with personal narratives by using his own postcolonial body as a departure point to construct a gender with an... {read more}

 

 

Future Memories

Ambivalently Yours (Montréal), Sophia Borowska (Montréal), Zinnia Naqvi (Toronto), Zeesy Powers (Toronto)
November 06, 2016 to December 04, 2016
Each in their own way, the four artists presented as part of the exhibition Future Memories reflect on technology as a narrative space that is also a sharing space. By using different media, from video to textile, the artists challenge what separates the private from the public, and where the actual limit... {read more}

 

 

Terra dos chinês curio shop

Karen Tam (Montréal)
September 02, 2016 to October 02, 2016
Karen Tam’s installation deconstructs and reconstructs different ‘ethnic spaces’ to see which elements signify meaning for the public and thus play a role in influencing Western perception of the Chinese, or the Other. In Terra dos chinês curio shop, Tam recreates spaces such as the... {read more}

 

 

The Nightshade Club

Jordan Loeppky-Kolesnik (Montréal)
July 05, 2016 to August 02, 2016
Try our French toast with raspberry-eggplant confit, our truffles, red potato and sundried tomato mashup, and our roasted red-pepper eggs benedict with avocado and arugula salad with goji berry vinaigrette. We offer a large variety of omelettes with some interesting gastronomic pairings. Be bold and try... {read more}

 

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