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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.
Located at Place des Arts, this museum prides itself on presenting extraordinary, sometimes controversial contemporary art in an uncluttered and welcoming setting. There is a reasonable permanent collection of Canadian artists and the outdoor sculpture garden, which changes seasonally, is of particular interest. Among the best known components of the collection are works by Paul-Émile Borduas and renowned photographer Jeff Wall. Temporary exhibitions include photography, multimedia, sculpture, film and artist-in-residence programs.
Antoine Ertaskiran is a contemporary art gallery home to a number of exhibits with major focus on thought provoking sculpture art. The gallery has displayed the works of many Canadian artists and has also played host to collaborations in the past. Antoine Ertaskiran keeps itself upbeat with art fairs and other significant art events taking place across the globe thus becoming an important spot for lovers of contemporary art.
Division Gallery is located in Toronto and Montreal; the one in Montreal is owned by art enthusiasts Pierre and Anne-Marie Trahan. The main purpose of this gallery is to portray and showcase the contemporary side of Canadian and International art. Division Gallery being a commercial art gallery shares the building with Arsenal which is another contemporary art gallery. The duo together supports and promotes some of the best Canadian and international artists. This is one place that art aficionados simply cannot skip.
What was once an industrial shipyard for more than hundred years has been converted into a magnificent exhibition space for contemporary art by the local art enthusiasts Pierre and Anne-Marie Trahan. The sprawling complex comprises two main exhibition halls known as René Blouin - Division Gallery and the Collection Majudia, which exhibits the works of national as well as international artists throughout the year. And while you are at it, make sure to check out the performing arts events taking place at the magnificent artist studio and an expansive event space. Events like large scale product launches, concerts and exhibitions are held here regularly.
FOFA Gallery gives space to various artistic works done by people. It mainly focuses on the exhibitions, art showcasing, publication showcase, etc. done by the students, alumni, teachers of Concordia University. But, it also provides facilities and gives chances to artists and researchers outside the University, who have related topics to showcase. The list of events and exhibition is updated on the website regularly, so you can check the past and upcoming events there.