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.
Frida Kahlo, Diego Rivera and Mexican Modernism
The Jacques and Natasha Gelman Collection
The exhibition comprises not only works by the artistic duo but also paintings by other modern Mexican artists and numerous photographs that situate the latter in the period during which they lived.
Numerous objects inhabit our everyday lives, from the utterly banal to the exceedingly precious. Through a selection of five works from the Prêt d’œuvres d’art collection, Ensemble[s] reveals how this generous inventory transforms itself into inspiring material.
Le Scriptarium est un projet de médiation et de création théâtrale à caractère éducatif, social et artistique destiné aux jeunes de la 3e à la 5e secondaire. Chaque année, une personnalité inspirante participe, à titre de commissaire, à l’idéation du projet et propose aux adolescents un thème ou une forme d’écriture à explorer en classe... pour en créer un spectacle!
COZIC Over to You
From 1967 to Now
This is the first museum retrospective devoted to the work of COZIC, an important but still unknown figure in the history of contemporary art in Quebec. The exhibition brings together about a 100 works made between 1967 and today, more than 20 of which challenge other senses than sight (to touch, to decode, to feel).
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.
Miró in Mallorca. A Free Spirit
This is the first exhibition devoted to Miró in Québec for more than 30 years. It encompasses an outstanding group of nearly 200 paintings, sculptures and works on paper, including several very large canvases and previously unreleased works.
The MNBAQ presents the Fugitves! exhibition, designed and orchestrated by historian and hip-hop artist Webster. Nine illustrators create the faces of 13 slaves described in advertisements published in La Gazette de Québec and La Gazette de Montréal.