Montreal’s Contemporary Arts Museum, hosts its first solo show of British artist Runa Islam. Prisms and Pantone! I first saw the work of contemporary artist Runa Islam at the 2005 Venice Biennale where her film of china tea cups slowly crashing to the ground was a hit. Runa’s international reputation was enhanced by her nomination for Britain’s Turner Prize in 2008. Islam is a world citizen: she was born in Bangladesh, she studied in London, where she now works, and is represented by the prestigious White Cube Gallery.
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Isabelle Hayeur is one of my favourite photographers. Her large photos are now showing at Pierre- François Ouellette’s gallery in the Belgo building, the downtown Soho-style space full of great emerging artists.
Montreal’s Mutek festival just announced their first ever free outdoor concert. It’s taking place on June 5th at the Place des Festivals in the Quartier Des Spectacles. Even if you don’t know much about electronic music, how could dancing in downtown Montreal during a concert headlined by someone named Señor Coconut be anything but an awesome idea?
We’ve already briefly touched on some of the exciting things in the works concerning the Jazz Fest and the Quartier Des Spectacles , but organizers have just released more details about who is coming to Montreal this summer. You’re going to want to read on…