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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Female vs. Male Gaze In Feminist Art: Mural Art Edition


In 1975, film critic Laura Mulvey coined the term ‘the male gaze’. It refers to the presentation of women in visual arts and literature from a male, heterosexual perspective where women are depicted as sexual objects for the pleasure of the male viewer. Men have agency; women are passive and dehumanized. This male gaze is…

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