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After exploring many avenues throughout his lifetime, Robert Rahal took a step back to gain perspective on what it all meant. Leaving a more conventional professional life in the balance, Rahal decided to pursue his passion and tap into the artist within. It was merely 5 years ago that Rahal

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Autumn makes us want to cozy up and prepare delicious and aromatic dishes that waft throughout the house

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In each issue of the magazine, Art Intelligentsia’s founder, Dr. Barbara Stehle, introduces you to an artist and a work of art. Art Intelligentsia offers consulting services for all art collectors, from beginners to seasoned collectors. Todd Murphy: The Courage of Margaret Mead Time takes another meaning in Todd Murphy’s paintings and art

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Originally from the Magdalen Islands, Louis Boudreault studied at the École du Louvre in Paris. In the early 1990s, his series Les envois explored how colour made its way to the Renaissance. Later, in 2003, Destinées arrived, a collection of portraits of famous people when they were children. Today, Fragments

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Galerie Division, in partnership with the Daniel Faria Gallery, is proud to present its first solo exhibition by Canadian artist Douglas Coupland. Recognized as much for his literary works as for his visual arts practice, Coupland acts as an observer of our contemporaneity, interpreting popular culture in a variety of

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We have all watched in wonder as a Polaroid photo instantly appears. This summer, the McCord Museum will pay homage to this process, which remains associated in the collective imagination with innovation, efficiency and leisure.   The Polaroid Project: at the intersection of art and technology will present original works from one

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The Contemporary Art Galleries Association (AGAC) will hold the 12th Papier Art Fair from April 25 to 28, 2019 at the Port of Montréal’s Grand Quay. This new location will accommodate a greater number of visitors. For the first time, Papier will not be an exclusively on-paper exhibit. The fair

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The Ballets Jazz de Montréal (BJM) returns to the stage at Théâtre Maisonneuve with six performances of the show inspired by the remarkable music of Leonard Cohen: Dance Me. A co-presentation with Danse Danse, the show runs from March 14 to 23, 2019. Since it premiered in December 2017 at Place

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Gerri Davis is a painter, but NASA could almost have used her as a scientist. Her paintings are incredibly cool and challenging; they are pushing the boundaries in their field. An afternoon in the studio, going over the works for her upcoming show at Le Salon H, led to an

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Since 1971, National Bank has been acquiring artwork to expose nationwide in its offices, branches and subsidiaries. With over 7,000 original works, National Bank has the largest corporate art collection in Canada. Here’s an inside look, with curator Jo-Ann Kane. Describe National Bank’s collection in a few words. Our collection represents

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To read The scent of spring Three women cross North America in pursuit of lilacs in bloom. Their desire to live in an everlasting spring keeps them on the road, leaving one town as soon as the flowers begin to fade and arriving in the next right before they open. Every night,

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After Labour Day, the art world returns to New York City and gears up for a series of art openings. Everybody meets the first Thursday of September to go gallery hopping. Lately, it has become complicated, with more important shows extending to the Lower East Side and Chelsea. Uptown galleries

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Tatah’s art incorporates elements of American abstraction and Italian primitivism: nothing seems to have escaped this great contemporary painter. He recently received us at his immense studio in southern France with his characteristic warmth and generosity. Your paintings depict figures on monochromatic backgrounds that you approach as if you were an

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For the first time in North America, a remarkable exhibition will bring together 17 Australian artists specializing in contemporary jewellery. “Aurora Australis” will take place from June 1 to July 15, 2018 at Galerie Noel Guyomarc’h, Canada’s only art gallery dedicated to jewellery. Take advantage of this unique opportunity to discover the talent of

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At 34, Ed Fornieles is among contemporary art’s most influential young artists. Focused on digital culture, Fornieles works in a range of media, such as sculpture, installation and performance, to make work distinctly of our age. Curators, collectors and critics alike have taken notice, and his work has appeared in

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After its rst full year, the Quartier des Spectacles Partnership’s program for the export of its public art installations is a clear success: to date, six works produced and premiered in Montréal have been presented in 20 cities at 25 cultural events and festivals, and have been seen by millions

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To read The story of an improbable friendship Long awaited by critics and the public after the enormous success of En attendant Bojangles (Waiting for Bojangles), Olivier Bourdeaut’s second novel surpassed our expectations. This time, the author takes us to the heart of the salt marshes in Guérande, Brittany. There, afriendship is

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This year’s was the 16th Art Basel Miami. The modern and contemporary art fair is held at the beginning of the winter, when everybody is happy to escape to a warmer climate. A WINTER FAIR IN THE SUN For a week, the whole art world migrates to Florida, and Miami Beach becomes

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Since its opening in 2011, Arsenal Contemporary Montreal, has been diligently defusing the promotion of both intimate and monumental exhibitions that include both Canadian and internationally known talent. This private art centre is the largest of its kind in Canada, and sets a fresh tone from one show to the

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After nine successful years, the famous contemporary art event is back to take over Montréal’s underground pedestrian network from March 3 to 25, 2018. The only of its kind in North America, the festival offers an artistic circuit that showcases the works of local and international artists.   For its tenth edition,

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In each issue of the magazine, Art Intelligentsia’s founder Dr. Barbara Stehle will introduce you to an artist and a work of art. Art Intelligentsia offers consulting services for all art collectors, from the beginner to the seasoned collector.   There is no artist I would rather visit and engage intellectually with

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Xavier Roux is a French artist living in NYC, where he welcomed LUXE Magazine to a preview showing of his next exhibition, an in situ installation at the artist’s studio. The exhibition opens on November 18 2017. What did you name this panoramic mural installation that covers the wall of your

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For over 35 years, TASCHEN Books has concentrated on publishing books about art, architecture and design. Whether you consider its 1985 magnificent and reasonably priced book on Picasso, or its 1999 volume of photographs by the notorious Helmut Newton, the publishing house has always stood out because of its high

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After its success in Montreal and Toronto, the largest private Art Center in Canada opens now in the US. Arsenal Contemporary New York is located right across of the New Museum and steps away from the new location of the International Center for Photography.   A newcomer on the NY art scene,

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What is the importance of classical music in today’s world? Kent Nagano, now in his 12th year at the helm of the Orchestre symphonique de Montréal, addresses this concern. That question is at the source of the programming offered by the OSM for its 2017-2018 season, with the 375th anniversary of the City of Montreal

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Art Basel, the big international contemporary art fair, is held on a different continent each year. The first show took place in Hong Kong at the end of March, followed by a second one that will occur in Basel in June, and the third and final show of the year

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This spring has been very exciting on the NYC art scene! Women history month has offered, fantastic viewings and will continue to do so until the end of May. The Biennial has been one of the most highly regarded of the kind and the museum and gallery program very stimulating.

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Montréal is considered to be the digital arts capital of North America, so it’s no surprise that the Phi Centre was imagined here. Artists and businesswomen – and especially BFFs – Phoebe Greenberg and Penny Mancuso won their gamble to create a place for artists of all genres, their work,

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He immortalized the union of Kate Middleton and Prince William in 2011, then Queen Elisabeth II’s Diamond Jubilee the following year. He has exhibits in Paris, London, New York, Seoul, Singapore, Montréal, Dubai and Hong Kong. And yet he’s only been painting full-time for ten years. A visit with André

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He was known for his collection of unisex haute couture, the first in the history of fashion, but Rad Hourani is not just a couturier. He’s also a photographer, painter, videographer and sculptor. In short, he’s a multi-disciplinary artist that the Arsenal gallery has chosen to introduce to the public.    Born

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The New York arts scene is varied, extravagant and sophisticated. From Manhattan to Brooklyn, there are plenty of places to go. This spring brings major contemporary art exhibitions, not to mention exhibitions looking at cultures that are not represented nearly enough. Here at a glance are the major events of

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Canada, the United States, Europe, Asia,the Middle East: painter Sylvain Tremblay has exhibited his work on almost every continent. Since 2012, although based in Dubai,where he teaches the history of modern art at the Canadian University, he lives and works between Beijing and Montréal. Meet an internationally successful Québec artist.   His

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