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5 art shows to see in Montréal before the holidays

Late fall in Montréal is a prime time for art gallery hopping, letting us bask in artistic genius as warm days and daylight wane. In addition to several Must-see Autumn 2015 museum exhibitions, the following five exhibitions on display in November and December offer a glimpse of the depth and quality of art in Montréal’s galleries year round. Begin your art tour with a solo show by Paris-based designer and Montrealer Rad Hourani at Arsenal, located in the Griffintown/Little Burgundy/Saint-Henri area of the city around the corner from several renowned restaurants, bars and stores on Notre Dame Street. In his solo exhibition Neutralité/Neutrality, Hourani uses painting, print, sculpture and video to expand on ideas in his unisex fashion line, challenging divisions of sex, gender, race, nationality and other social segregators. While we can’t touch the art despite its welcoming tactile nature, an on-site pop-up shop entices us to wear Hourani’s gorgeous fall fashions. While there, visit Galerie Division in the same massive industrial building just blocks from the Lachine Canal. On the western edge of Old Montréal, the factory-turned-gallery Darling Foundry greets visitors with Mirador, a public art mountain of scaffolding and other materials created by collective Acapulco, while in… / Read More →

A Cultural Autumn with Ariane Moffatt

After having spent the summer playing festivals, including the Festival d’été de Québec where she opened for Patrick Bruel, Ariane Moffatt will be taking her 22h22 tour across Quebec this fall and has even scheduled a few stops in France in December. She’s playing Club Soda on November 12, and will then put on a number shows in Montreal’s outlying cities. “Most of my concerts this fall will be close to home,” says the mother of two-year-old twins. Performing arts Despite having to juggle work and family life, Ariane always finds the time to check out emerging artists. “I absolutely love Pop Montréal, the international music festival that took place this year from September 16 to the 20. It’s the best place to discover up-and-coming musicians, especially indie music artists, and to revisit well-established ones. There are about 30 halls hosting nearly 400 performers. In 2009, I played at the Ukrainian National Federation’s church in Mile End as part of this festival. It was awesome!” Being a mother has also led her to discover—or, in some cases, rediscover—other art forms, like children’s theatre. “My sons are still very young, but they have a great attention span,” adds the 36-year-old singer…. / Read More →


There may be a smoked meat restaurant in Brooklyn named Mile End and a café in Mile End named Brooklyn, but the kinship between the two cities runs much deeper than that…