Expositions

Exhibitions

Spring 2020
9 January to 15 February

JEAN-FRANÇOIS CÔTÉ—ALEXANDRE DAVIDDONG DAWEI—REN JIE—YAM LAU—MIREILLE LAVOIE—LI MING—ZHANG QINGFAN—XU TAN—ZHANG XIAO

Breathing

Originally from China and based in Toronto for six years now, the curator Yan Zhou proposes Breathing, a search and creation project bringing together Chinese and Canadian artists. The project addresses environmental, political, economic and social concerns resulting from the smog phenomenon.

9 January to 15 February

BREATHING

ABOUT PARTICIPATING ARTISTS

Learn more about works and artists of the Breathing exhibition. 

17 January to 8 March

BRENDAN FLANAGAN — JEANETTE JOHNS — DAVID MARTINEAU LACHANCE — ÉLISE PROVENCHER

Naviguer en eaux troubles
eXcentrer

When the strange knock on the well-known door, it created perceptual and psychological discomfort. Involving itself cunningly, not to say sneaky, it causes awkwardness or fear. The artists reclaim a collective and symbolic basin to better invest it with a personal aesthetic.

21 February to 28 March

LA TRACK | THE TRACK

MONTRÉAL | BALTIMORE
Galerie B-312 is pleased to present the second part of La Track | The Track exhibition. Curated by Gabrielle Lajoie-Bergeron, artists from Montreal and Baltimore reveal the results of their respective residences in foreign territories by focusing on disorientation, uprooting and encounter notions.
21 February to 28 March

LA TRACK | THE TRACK

ABOUT THE ARTISTS

Learn more about the artists from Montreal and Baltimore from La Track | The Track exhibition presented at Galerie B-312 until March 28, 2020. 

 

20 March to 10 May

RANDA MADDAH— EMILIE SERRI — GUILLERMO TREJO— KIM WALDRON

Espaces identitaires | eXcentrer
Postponed Exhibition

The migration of peoples is a recurring phenomenon in the history of humanity, whether by choice, by obligation, by necessity. What defines our territory? How does cultural heritage and identity affect who we are?

11 April to 2 May

Pour l'art

A fundraising exhibition at Galerie B-312
Canceled Exhibition

Every year, Galerie B-312 invites you to support the activities of the centre by acquiring a worl of art. Thus, you directly support the dissemination, recognition and the impact of current artistic practices.

8 May to 13 June

Mathieu Lévesque

Les isolés
Postponed Exhibition

The most recent research of Mathieu Lévesque is oriented around the ambiguity between the painter's know-how and laissez-faire, while the particular and recurring gestures, generators of style and palettes are often the result of habits, tics, even errors. 

8 May to 13 June

Gary Lapointe Jr. et Clay Mahn 

Air Condenser
Postponed Exhibition

Clay Mahn's paintings and sculptures combine with Gary LaPointe Jr.'s drawings and transformed objets question the value, construction and transformation of the frame as a conceptual foundation as well as the languages and theories underline the concept of materiality.

Spring 2020
9 January to 15 February

JEAN-FRANÇOIS CÔTÉ—ALEXANDRE DAVIDDONG DAWEI—REN JIE—YAM LAU—MIREILLE LAVOIE—LI MING—ZHANG QINGFAN—XU TAN—ZHANG XIAO

Breathing

Originally from China and based in Toronto for six years now, the curator Yan Zhou proposes Breathing, a search and creation project bringing together Chinese and Canadian artists. The project addresses environmental, political, economic and social concerns resulting from the smog phenomenon.

9 January to 15 February

BREATHING

ABOUT PARTICIPATING ARTISTS

Learn more about works and artists of the Breathing exhibition. 

17 January to 8 March

BRENDAN FLANAGAN — JEANETTE JOHNS — DAVID MARTINEAU LACHANCE — ÉLISE PROVENCHER

Naviguer en eaux troubles
eXcentrer

When the strange knock on the well-known door, it created perceptual and psychological discomfort. Involving itself cunningly, not to say sneaky, it causes awkwardness or fear. The artists reclaim a collective and symbolic basin to better invest it with a personal aesthetic.

21 February to 28 March

LA TRACK | THE TRACK

MONTRÉAL | BALTIMORE
Galerie B-312 is pleased to present the second part of La Track | The Track exhibition. Curated by Gabrielle Lajoie-Bergeron, artists from Montreal and Baltimore reveal the results of their respective residences in foreign territories by focusing on disorientation, uprooting and encounter notions.
21 February to 28 March

LA TRACK | THE TRACK

ABOUT THE ARTISTS

Learn more about the artists from Montreal and Baltimore from La Track | The Track exhibition presented at Galerie B-312 until March 28, 2020. 

 

20 March to 10 May

RANDA MADDAH— EMILIE SERRI — GUILLERMO TREJO— KIM WALDRON

Espaces identitaires | eXcentrer
Postponed Exhibition

The migration of peoples is a recurring phenomenon in the history of humanity, whether by choice, by obligation, by necessity. What defines our territory? How does cultural heritage and identity affect who we are?

11 April to 2 May

Pour l'art

A fundraising exhibition at Galerie B-312
Canceled Exhibition

Every year, Galerie B-312 invites you to support the activities of the centre by acquiring a worl of art. Thus, you directly support the dissemination, recognition and the impact of current artistic practices.

8 May to 13 June

Gary Lapointe Jr. et Clay Mahn 

Air Condenser
Postponed Exhibition

Clay Mahn's paintings and sculptures combine with Gary LaPointe Jr.'s drawings and transformed objets question the value, construction and transformation of the frame as a conceptual foundation as well as the languages and theories underline the concept of materiality.

8 May to 13 June

Mathieu Lévesque

Les isolés
Postponed Exhibition

The most recent research of Mathieu Lévesque is oriented around the ambiguity between the painter's know-how and laissez-faire, while the particular and recurring gestures, generators of style and palettes are often the result of habits, tics, even errors.