Icelandic artist Ragnar Kjartansson combines performance, music and video in works that probe the tragic and comic sides of human existence. In his first major Canadian exhibition, featuring four important pieces, viewers will discover a spectacular universe tinged with both melancholy and humour.
L’Œil et l’Esprit
Geneviève Cadieux's Point of Viewon the Collection
Summary Artist Geneviève Cadieux was invited to create her own tableau of the MAC Collection out of the 7,800 works […]
New Discoveries and Other Obsessions
New Exhibition of Works from the MAC Collection
Summary Designed to showcase the Musée Collection, the exhibition New Discoveries and Other Obsessions, curated by Director and Chief Curator […]
Make every show like it’s your last
Ryan Gander is one of Britain’s most prolific and engaging artists. He lives and works in London and Suffolk from […]
In my studio, I am many.
Showcasing close to a fifty works-paintings, drawings, films and technological pieces-this retrospective exhibition will take a look at Edmund Alleyn’s output from the late 1950s until the early 2000s. A selection of works not previously shown will also be presented.
Liz Magor is one of the most important Canadian artists of her generation and certainly its most influential sculptor of […]
Lizzie Fitch and Ryan Trecartin
Summary Active on the international scene since 2004, Ryan Trecartin is one of the artists who best exemplify what is […]
La Biennale de Montréal 2016
The Grand Balcony
Summary Le Grand Balcon [The Grand Balcony], the 2016 edition of La Biennale de Montréal, explores an unusual question: is […]