Discovering art galleries!


A true outlet for the soul and the heart, art allows you to escape from reality and contemplate the immensity, regardless of your level of interest and/or knowledge in the subject.

One of the richest soils, Quebec is full of places that are as unique as they are surprising, where it is possible to discover and admire the work of seasoned and inspired artists! Today, we present four to you to put on your GPS during your next outing.

Living room

Where art comes to life!

Le Vivoir promises an immersion in the world of Quebec crafts and visual art. In addition to its 50 local artists to discover in a vast shop with “art gallery” tendencies, Le Vivoir offers 7 artists’ studios open to the public.

The offer of this professional and warm place is completed by the Delta room, one of the rare exhibition rooms dedicated to three-dimensional sculptural works. All this in an enchanting village steeped in art and culture on the banks of the St. Lawrence River: Saint-Jean-Port-Joli.

Handmade utilitarian objects, breathtaking sculptures and paintings, corpuses and exclusive collections… the Vivoir team will be happy to present a multitude of works to you to discover.

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Gallery Pierre-François Ouellette contemporary art

To reconnect with nature and its representation

Located in the heart of Plateau-Mont-Royal, the Pierre-François Ouellette contemporary art gallery is dedicated to presenting contemporary art that demonstrates critical engagement in all its forms and in all its complexity.

This fall, see Conservatorium, an exhibition of new paintings and works on paper by Dil Hildebrand that examine nature and its representation. Hildebrand appropriated images of greenhouses and botanical gardens, working once again in oil and for the first time in printmaking and applying his characteristic language of trompe-l’oeil and abstraction to give new meaning to these gardens of human intervention.

In the second space of the gallery, discover Monica Tap’s Community Gardens, where the artist uses the landscape to reflect on questions of time and history, technology and memory.

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The Guild

Inuit art like you’ve never seen it before

Founded in 1906, La Guilde is a non-profit organization working to preserve, promote and raise awareness of Inuit, First Nations, Métis and Canadian fine crafts.

In addition to a permanent exhibition that presents objects from its collection, a dynamic program of temporary exhibitions and cultural activities is offered.

La Guilde is a museum with an art gallery with works by established and emerging artists available for acquisition. Its team — passionate about Aboriginal arts and fine crafts — is happy to welcome you and offer you personalized advice, detailed information, gift suggestions as well as the delivery and installation of works.

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McBride Contemporary

A staple of visual arts culture

McBride Contemporain is a contemporary art gallery based in Montreal. It was founded in 2018 in the Belgo building, a building that has been recognized for many years as an essential place of visual arts culture in Canada.

This historic building, founded in 1912 and located in the heart of the Place des Arts district, brings together several galleries, artist centers and artist studios, most of which are open free of charge to the public year-round.
McBride Contemporain’s mission is to exhibit, promote and support the work of contemporary Montreal artists according to the principles of equality and diversity. It presents the work of Barry Allikas, Sylvie Bouchard, Nadine Faraj, Jim Holyoak, Mathieu Lacroix, Rebecca Munce, Bea Parsons, Stephen Schofield, Matt Shane, Lorraine Simms, Andrea Szilasi and Yves Tessier.

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Art opens minds! Treat yourself and let yourself be immersed in local art by discovering local artists who express their visions in every way.

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