Scribbles, Symbols, & Sounds: Seeing Loud, Basquiat and Music


“Art is how we decorate space; Music is how we decorate time.” – Jean Michel Basquiat Skulls, masks, and above all, the trademark crown. This is the iconography of one of the most famous artists of the 20th century. Jean-Michel Basquiat was a self-taught painter who rocked the 1980’s New York art scene. Evidently inspired…

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5 Montreal Artists You Should Know About


Montreal is no stranger to the art scene, so it’s not surprising that it’s home to an incredible collection of established and emerging artists. From the multicultural environment to its beautiful scenery and art murals, it’s a great place for creativity to flourish. Discover some amazing Montreal talents and support local artists! Holly Friesen If…

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Frida Kahlo: The Life of an Icon, Montreal Exhibition


If you’re looking for something inspirational to do in Montreal this summer, you’ve come to the right place. In the heart of Little Burgundy at Arsenal Contemporary Art museum, you can experience an incredible and immersive biography like no other. Take a journey through the life of one of the most influential artists in history…

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The Popularity of Montreal Mural Art, ft. Stikki Peaches


People need and appreciate art now more than ever. In a world of uncertainty, artists are creating beauty, and one of the most accessible points to see art since the pandemic has been through public art and murals. A mainstay on the MTL mural circuit, Stikki Peaches is synonymous with satire and irony. Born and…

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Montreal, CanadaOctober 15 – November 15, 2016 Thank you to everyone who attended the Montreal edition of Do Not Pass By. Our featured artist, Milos Reindl, called Montreal home in his later years, and we were so pleased to share his early work with the city’s art lovers. Special thanks to his longtime friends and…

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