Fifth Edition

La Soirée Belgo

Fifth Edition

  • Special Activity

Participating Organizations:

3rd floor

Galerie Hugues Charbonneau 
10e anniversaire du Dust Bowl chinois 
Benoît Aquin

4th floor

Arprim, centre d’essai en art imprimé
Première impression, exposition des finalistes du Prix Albert-Dumouchel pour la relève 2017 
Vincent Biron-Chalifour et Josèphe Landreville, Geneviève Cadieux-Langlois, Cariston Fawcett, Richelli Fransozo, Magalie Leclerc-Casavant, Laïla Mestari, Camille Valcourt-Synnott

CIRCA Art actuel
Is It The Sun Or The Asphalt All I See Is Bright Black 
Chloë Lum et Yannick Desranleau

Galerie B-312 
See You In The Next Loop 
Thomas Bégin

Galerie Laroche/Joncas 
La forêt s’en vient 
Christian Messier

La Castiglione 
Artistes de la galerie 
Catherine Aboumrad, Sorel Cohen, Noémie da Silva, Denis Farley, Janie Julien-Fort, Guy Lavigueur, Jérémie Lenoir, Arnaud Lesage, Francis Macchiagodena, Alain Pratte, Normand Rajotte, Marie-Josée Rousseau, Oli Sorenson

Projet Pangée 
André Éthier et Jasmine Reimer

Visual Voice Gallery 
Neurocraft, une exposition d’œuvres inspirées par le cerveau 
Une collaboration du Manitoba Craft Council et du Manitoba Science Network 
Commissaire : Seema Goel

5th floor

Galerie Dominique Bouffard 
Dissecting Thoughts 
Frederico Carbajal

Galerie Trois Points 
Remontage 
Mario Côté et Olivia McGilchrist

SBC 
Wood Land School: Kahatènhston tsi na’tetiátere ne Iotohrkó:wa tánon Iotohrha / Traçant la ligne de janvier à décembre 
Deuxième geste
Joi T. Arcand, Elisa Harkins et Nathan Young, Tsēma Igharas, Brian Jungen, Gabrielle L’Hirondelle Hill, Marianne Nicolson, Annie Pootoogook et Wendy Red Star

8 June 2017

Join us for La Soirée Belgo d’été! 
Following the popularity and success of the firsts editions of La Soirée Belgo, the artist-run centres and the contemporary art galleries of the Belgo invite you to take part in the festivities of this fourth edition, for an evening of art and exhibitions, Thursday, June 8, 2017, from 5 pm to 10 pm. This friendly gathering will highlight the dynamic nature of this hundred-years-old building. As an important axis in contemporary art for many years, the Belgo continues to be the only place in the city where so many galleries and artist-run centres can be visited at a single address in Montreal’s downtown area.

The art spaces of the Belgo wishes to show you the rich cultural life presented in this building located at the heart of Quartier des spectacles!

Directions and accesibility: 372 St. Catherine Street West, Place-des-Arts station, de Bleury exit. 
Accessible to people with reduced mobility or using a wheelchair.