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...
A display worthy of Alfred Pellan, artist imbued with Surrealism.
Jean-Paul Riopelle’s many-sided creative power and insatiable nature are centre-stage in this gallery devoted to his work.
Painter of Light
Fernand Leduc was a part of the great movements of abstract art in twentieth-century Québec. A gallery devoted to this great painter of light.
Tradition and Modernism in Québec
Travel back in time to the earliest annual fine arts exhibitions! This exhibition illustrates two artistic realities, the birth of modern art and the desire to preserve traditional values, at a time when they collide.
Québec City, the Art of a Colonial Capital
This exhibition shines light on Québec City’s leading role as the colony’s artistic capital, from its origins to the late 19th century. The focus is on the period under British rule (1763-1867).