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Automne 2020
12 November to 12 December

Philippe Internoscia

Monument mou

Philippe Internoscia creates hypperrealistic three-dimensional facsimiles of mundane and surreal objects to subvert material world heteronormative categorizations. With FLEX, Philippe Internoscia presents a libidinal export through a rhythm and a flexibility which exceeds the limits of capitalist sexuality...

12 November to 12 December

Mathieu Lévesque 

Les isolés

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 October to 7 November

Catherine Bodmer

Synonymes
Postponed Exhibition

Starting from a series of images that expose plant market lush kiosks in the Viveros de Coyoacán in Mexico City, Catherine Bodmer continues her research around the garden theme as a manifestation of the quest for an ideal world, a utopia.

18 September
La rentrée—Art—The Pandemic

Much has been said since last Spring about the challenges that the pandemic poses for the performing arts. About the necessary proximity between artists and the public. Little has been heard about practices in the visual arts. However, to feel the full weight of a visual art  proposal, generated by the choices...

8 September to 18 October

RANDA MADDAH— EMILIE SERRI — GUILLERMO TREJO— KIM WALDRON

Espaces identitaires
eXcentrer

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?

3 September to 3 October

Rachel Echenberg

Conversations with my family

In this series, Rachel Echenberg presents one-to-one performances with her immediate family members. Each non-verbal conversation requires endurance and patience to build a portrait of the relationship.

Été 2020
3 August to 24 August

Rachel Echenberg

Artist in residence

Rachel Echenberg is a Montreal-based artist working in performance, photography and video since 1992. In recent years, she has been exploring the theme of family and home through notions of intimacy, vulnerability and interaction in shared space.

13 July to 27 July

Catherine Bodmer

Artist in residence

Engaged in a photographic practice for a dozen years, Catherine Bodmer starts from a documentary approach of photography to address the chosen places as variable arrangements through an often repetitive and performative approach. 

Spring 2020
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.

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?

17 March
Temporary Closure
Due to recent directives from the Quebec government, Galerie B-312 temporarily suspends its activities. The gallery will be closed to the public for an undefined period of time. We work remotely, so do not hesitate to write to us for any request or information.
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. 

 

21 January to 7 April

JACINTHE LORANGER

FAIRE—VOIR—EXPLORER

RESERVED FOR SENIORS! Are you curious and interested in images and spatial perceptions of the environment that surrounds us? In collaboration with Action Centre-Ville, Galerie B-312 is pleased to offer an opportunity to introduce you to a variety of artistic practices.

9 January to 15 February

BREATHING

ABOUT PARTICIPATING ARTISTS

Learn more about works and artists of the Breathing exhibition. 

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.

Fall 2019
23 December

Happy Holidays

Upcoming in January

The Galerie B-312 team wishes you happy holidays !

11 December 17h à 19h

Isabelle Guimond

FAIRE—VOIR—EXPLORER
We invite you to come and take a look at our latest workshop with the members of Action centre-Ville. This season, it is the turn of Isabelle Guimond and her collaborators to introduce the participants to an exploration of contemporary art through contextual art and artistic collaboration.
21 November to 21 December

Véronique Lépine

Les formes en porte-à-faux

Starting from the sensitive observation of her surroundings and through reproduction and manipulation, Véronique Lépine reinterprets the workshop materials and the objects of her daily life in order to strip them of their utilitarian functions.

21 November to 21 December

Noémie Weinstein

Tropical Cruise

Noémie Weinstein portrays the spaces of the voyage. The paintings represent the fragments of silent, desert landscapes that sometimes recall the melancholy of tropics, and at other times, artificial spaces. Her painting reveals the troubling and changing aspect of occidental tourism.

8 November to 15 December

CÉLINE B. LA TERREUR—LAURENT CRASTE—GWENESSA LAM—JEAN-MICHEL LECLERC

Les mémoires vagabondes
eXcentrer
Les mémoires vagabondes exhibition explore the relationships between the fiction and the criticism of historical representation. It points out that memory work does not belong only to the historians, but it is collective and rests on a precarious balance between objectivity and subjectivity.
1 November to 8 December

Adam Basanta and Renée Lavaillante

Montréal ~ Habana
Rencontres en art actuel / Encuntros de arte contemporáneo

As part of Montréal ~ Habana : Rencontres en art actuel, Galerie B-312 is very pleased to present the works of Adam Basanta and Renée Lavaillante in a group exhibition hosted at the Centro de Desarrollo de las Artes Visueales in Havana.

1 November to 8 December

Montréal ~ Habana

Rencontres en art actuel
Encuntros de arte contemporáneo

Galerie B-312 is thrilled to join forces with seven Montreal artist-run centres and six Havanese partners as part of Montréal ~ Habana : Rencontres en art actuel an exchange project aimed at dissemination, production and dialogues between artists and cultural workers from La Habana and Montreal.

17 October to 16 November

Caroline Mauxion 

Quand nos yeux se toucheront (nos mains n'y pourront rien)

If Caroline Mauxion's visual though regularly emanates from literature, this time, it's from her personal, sensitive and physical experiences that she apprehends her research on image’s materiality to enhance its physical and touch-sensitive sides.

24 September to 10 December

ISABELLE GUIMOND

FAIRE—VOIR—EXPLORER

RESERVED FOR SENIORS! Are you curious and interested in images and spatial perceptions of the environment that surrounds us? In collaboration with Action Centre-Ville, Galerie B-312 is pleased to offer an opportunity to introduce you to a variety of artistic practices.

13 September 19h à 22h

eXcentrer

Launching

eXcentrer's curators Marthe Carrier, Stéphanie Chabot, Emmanuelle Choquette and Émilie Granjon, directors of Galerie B-312, Skol, Arprim and Circa invite you to this singular event which takes place from September 2019 to May 2020 at the Galerie d'art Desjardins de Drummondville.

13 September to 27 October

MATHIEU CARDIN — CHARLES-ANTOINE BLAIS MÉTIVIER — CYNTHIA DINAN-MITCHELL — KRISTI ROPELESKI

Dans l'intimité du leurre
eXcentrer

The trompe-l’œil is nested in the time of emergence, the time where the surprise effect leads us to poetic contemplation. It is part of a bitter-sweet seduction strategy motivated by a double game of illusion and disillusionment, truth and falsehood. The exhibition Dans l’intimité du leurre...

5 September to 12 October

MAGGIE GROAT ET JAMIE ROSS

Entités vivantes | Living Entities
MOMENTA x GALERIE B-312

Galerie B-312 is thrilled to join forces with Momenta | Biennale de l'image to present the exhibition Maggie Groat + Jamie Ross: Living Entities. The artists explore the unique energy of objects, probing the connections between mind and body, image and object, life and death.

Summer 2019
15 August to 26 August

Amber Eve Anderson — Erick Antonio Benitez — Hannah Brancato — Ada Pinkston — Lu Zhang 

Artists in residence
La Track | The Track

As part of La Track | The Track project, five American artists from Baltimore will be at Galerie B-312 for in situ and off-site residencies, culminating in two group exhibitions at the Institute of Contemporary Art Baltimore in November 2019 and at Galerie B-312 in February 2020.

13 July to 26 August

Véronique Lépine

Artist in residence

The reproduction of objects is at the heart of Véronique Lépine's approach. The absence of realism and perspective, as well as the choice of colours attributed to her creations, is reminiscent of the aesthetics of illustration, folk art and pop art.

13 July to 26 August

Naghmeh Sharifi

Artist in residence

Naghmeh Sharifi benefits from a free residency to explore the relationship between the body and space: the body that inhabits space and the body as an inhabited space. Through elementary media such as paper, wax, ink and water, she depicts the diluted and uncertain worlds of her subjects.

Spring 2019
23 May to 22 June

L'âge d'or de l'art vidéo à Cuba

Montréal ~ Habana
Rencontres en art actuel / Encuntros de arte contemporáneo

A panorama of video art in Cuba from the 1990s to the present, this program brings together works that address self-referentiality, gender, institutional critique, ecology and politics. 

 

23 May to 22 June

Ariamna Contino and Alex Hernández

Montréal ~ Habana
Rencontres en art actuel / Encuntros de arte contemporáneo

Scrutinizing issues raised by different geopolitical, social or economic situations on the world stage, Ariamna Contino and Alex Hernández propose visual interventions where the plastic and aesthetic treatment of the materials reveals troubling facts.

 

17 May to 22 June

Montréal ~ Habana

Rencontres en art actuel / Encuntros de arte contemporáneo

Join us at La Centrale Galerie Powerhouse for the official launch of the Montréal ~ Habana : Rencontres en art actuel / Encuentros de Arte Contemporáneo project !

 

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