Inuit Universe. The Raymond Brousseau Collection
With Manasie Akpaliapik.Inuit Universe exhibition, the Musée proposes to his visitors a selection of 40 sculptures forged between 1997 and 2003 in the fertile imagination of this masterful creator.
Pavlova: ephemeral artwork
Doyon-Rivest’s work explores the principle of the reward pathway: activities that trigger the release of dopamine in our body induce a state of euphoria and generate seeking of immediate pleasure.
Celebration for the 50th anniversary of the Grand Théâtre de Québec
Vibrating to the rhythm of the cultural community of its city, the MNBAQ is pleased to participate in the festivities of the 50th anniversary of the Grand Théâtre de Québec by paying tribute to Jordi Bonet.
Healing: the sanatorium experience
An exhibition about the experience in Quebec's sanatoria in the early 20th century, during which tuberculosis has served as a source of inspiration for many artists.
How Are You?
The How are you? project highlights the benefits of art and creativity to mental, emotional, and physical health. Each work on display is a portrayal of an invisible state an a catharsis.
The Flux and the Puddle
David Altmejd’s masterful work The Flux and the Puddle now occupies a dedicated space in the Gérard-Morisset pavilion. This piece by the most internationally renowned and sought-after Montréal sculptor of his generation is a must-see!
350 Years of Artistic Practices in Québec
To mark its 85th anniversary in 2018, the MNBAQ opened five new exhibition rooms devoted to ancient and modern art.
350 Years of Art Practice in Québec
This room relates how various art practices emerged in the 17th century, a period dominated mainly by the importation of art works from France.