Reopening of downtown museums : what to see, what to do!
Since September 2020, the McCord Museum has been offering the trendy Christian Dior exhibition presented by Holt Renfrew Ogilvy. The temporary exhibition should have normally ended on January 3rd but with the health measures, it has been extended to our delight!
An exhibition that looks back on the most famous designer of the French fashion from 1947 to 1957. And if you want to know more about the genius of Christian Dior, we invite you to watch the screening Christian Dior: the man behind the myth from Philippe Lanfranchi presented by the McCord Museum and the International Festival of Films on Art
Book your tickets for the exhibition from February 11 !
The Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal will reopen its doors on February 10 with a new exhibition Des horizons d’attente.
This exhibition highlights the practices of twenty-one artists whose works, recently acquired by the Musée, are being shown here for the first time. They speak of political, feminist, social, aesthetic, material, conceptual, spiritual, ecological, poetic, linguistic and identity-related concerns specific to our time.
Starting February 11th, attend the exhibition Riopelle : The Call of Northern Landscapes and Indigenous Cultures, a major exhibition to Jean Paul Riopelle (1923-2002), a towering figure in Canadian, Quebec and international modern art.
With nearly 175 works and more than 200 artifacts and archival documents, the exhibition explores the artist’S interest in the North and Indigenous cultures.