After Germany, Australia, England and South Korea, the Canadian premiere of Rafael Lozano-Hemmer’s installation Solar Equation affords the MNBAQ an opportunity to focus on current affairs through reflection on the ecological and philosophical nature and future of our planet.
This major exhibition, the most ambitious ever dedicated to the artist, encompasses his entire career, from the late 1940s to his last work in 2015.
350 Years of Artistic Practices in Québec
To mark its 85th anniversary in 2018, the MNBAQ will open five new exhibition rooms devoted to ancient and modern art.
Where Do We Come From? What Are We? Where Are We Going?
The exhibition is named after a major work by Jean McEwen, which will be presented in the introduction. These existential questions focus on our identity and invite us to examine it differently.
Whether or not we appreciate it, winter is an integral part of what we are. The exhibition will assemble 70 works illustrating this mythic, magnified winter.
The Murmures exhibition invites children to discover their inner architect. The Family Gallery has been transformed into a creation workshop that includes a scale model of the MNBAQ.
Manif d’art 9 – The Québec City Biennal
So small between the stars, so large against the sky
The MNBAQ is joining forces for the second time with Manif d’art by presenting the collective exhibition of the Québec City Biennial.
Recipient of the third MNBAQ Contemporary Art Award
The Musée national des beaux-arts du Québec, in collaboration with RBC, its financial partner, is proud to present the exhibition of artist Numa Amun, recipient of the third MNBAQ Contemporary Art Award.