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Galerie d'art Cosner deals perfectly with art and presents art works of all types by new and old artists. The gallery also brings the best of masterpieces from various parts of the world. The place is absolutely perfect to buy or sell any kind of art work you have or are looking for. They hold regular exhibitions to showcase their collection which is either made by Canadian artists or is brought from other parts of the world. This place is best for you and your family if art fascinates you.
One of the most prestigious and pricey galleries in the city, located in the upscale Golden Square Mile, this space features both internationally acclaimed artists and Canadian masters. It features contemporary art in all forms, ranging from Riopelle and Suzor-Cote to Chagall, Moore and Utrillo. Canadian artists like Paul-Émile Borduas and Cornelius Krieghoff are well represented as well. This is the place to go for the finest art in an upscale atmosphere; price tags are what one would expect of anything in the Ritz-Carlton.
Galerie Crescent Contemporain presents fine works by contemporary artists. This is the place to discover excellent avant garde practitioners in painting for murals and other such intimate work.
This is one of Canada's foremost galleries of Native artwork, and has recently relocated to the poshest stretch of Sherbrooke Street West, next to many other prestigious galleries. A recent exhibit featured striking Inuit sculptures by well-known artists such as Toonoo Sharky and Omalluk Oshutsiaq. Other non-Native crafts include a selection of tableware, vases, wall hangings and other pieces from across Canada. Prices befit the gallery's reputation and its finicky taste.
Housed in the McConnell Building of Concordia University, this free public gallery organizes exhibits combining renowned and lesser known Canadian artists, aiming to showcase them for art fans. Aside from exhibiting these works, the gallery also provides research and interpretation of the pieces on display. Exhibitors include both local artists (some of whom are enrolled or teach in the Concordia Fine Arts program) and artists with national followings. Exhibits run the gamut from paintings to sculptures, installations and performance art.
Located just blocks away from the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, this classical art gallery presents a great selection of Canadian contemporary and historical artworks. Among the historical selection, the gallery has exhibited and sold a selection of historical masters such as Fritz Brandtner, Maurice Cullen, Cornelius Krieghoff, Anne Savage and Jean Paul Lemieux. Notable Canadian artists include the inventive works of Henry Wanton Jones, the somber works of Pierre Lefebvre, or the beautiful, poignant European-inspired dream scape collages of the Croatian-Canadian artist Maja Vodanovic.
DHC/ART Foundation for Contemporary Art is an exhibition space housed in a converted, historic building in the heart of Old Montreal. A privately endowed foundation, DHC/ART is a permanent location for exciting and relevant temporary visual arts exhibitions and projects. Accessible and welcoming, with free admission and flexible opening hours, the foundation is an important addition to Montreal's cultural life. DHC/ART aims to be a leading venue for contemporary art in Canada, attracting visitors to Montreal for its dynamic programming which reflects the global nature of art today.
The Gallerie Art and Culture is a gallery dedicated to Canadian arts from the 19th and 20th Century. They have a number of works on display by artists like Yvon Provost, Marek Zoltak, Ng Poon Keung, Chui Wang and Robert Galli to name a few. The Gallery is noted for housing ancient arts, they have a large collection of paintings and sculptures from around the world. Art lovers can head to this gallery for exploring creativity in the pages of Canadian art history.