Manif d'art 8
The Quebec City Biennial
Explore the notion of joy. Not in pure illustrations of the concept, but rather in the expression of its multiple facets. What will result is a tension between joy and its opposite, between its radiant side and its reverse, darker side?
Family time at the museum! Discover a forest of Grimms’ fairy tales, dress up as wolf, as mouse or as fox and discover mysterious objects... An immersive exhibition realized in association with the artist Vicky Sabourin.
From Ferron to BGL
Contemporary Art in Québec
More than 60 key works from 1960 to today by essential figures in the history of Québec art. An innovative panorama of the history of Quebec's contemporary art.
Decorative Arts and Design in Québec
An exhibition devoted exclusively to Québec design and fine crafts will bring together some seventy-five objects (glasswork, ceramics, furniture, posters, etc.) by fifty artists who have left their mark on the past sixty years of Québec’s history.
Inuit Art. The Brousseau Collection
An exceptional display providing a whole new experience of Inuit art, with a selection of more than 100 works from the Brousseau Inuit Art collection from the past sixty years.
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!
Tribute to Rosa Luxemburg
With the opening of the Pierre Lassonde pavilion, and for the first time since it was created in 1992, enjoy Jean-Paul Riopelle’s monumental fresco Tribute to Rosa Luxemburg in all its length and splendour!
Jean Paul Lemieux. Silence and Space
Silence and Space
Welcome into Jean Paul Lemieux's universe, at once playful and serene, but also marked by doubt and anguish...