To mark its 20th anniversary this year and point its program towards the future, the Galerie Lounge TD presents the exhibition Montréal Couleurs séparées, by Montreal artist Carl-Antonyn Dufault, alongside the permanent collection. In addition to twenty pictures thematically concerned with the impact that the passing days and seasons have on the character of the city, the artist will present, during the 37th edition of the Festival International de Jazz de Montréal, two pieces created exclusively for the event, signed and numbered, focusing on the Quartier des spectacles and the Festival crowd.
February 18 to May 15, 2016
Since 2001, Steven Spazuk has expressed his artistic vision through the technique of “fire painting.” He uses the open flame of a candle on a blank canvas to create a sooty effect, which he then sculpts using feathers, stylus, brushes and scrapers.
February 18 to March 5, 2016
In keeping with the theme featuring the city of Shenzhen, this exhibition celebrates Chinese design with a curated collection of 24 artistic posters. A project made possible thanks to the collaboration of the Shenzhen Guanshanyue Art Museum.
September 17 to November 29, 2015
This internationally renowned, experienced Québécois artist is one of our major
painters: her canvases have been shown in over 50 exhibitions and are now held in
numerous private and public collections, including the Musée national des beaux-arts
du Québec and the Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal.
February 19 to May 24, 2015
Discover previously unseen works by the painter, author, director and co-signatory
of the 1948 manifesto Refus global, who passed away in 2011, as well as
the latest works by Janine Carreau, including Journal quotidien de 2014,
her 11th visual life journal, which she promised to Pierre at the moment of his
September 4 to November 23, 2014
A vibrant, playful and popular exhibition, assembling local comic book artists with
February 13 to May 11, 2014
Since the early days of his career, René Derouin has created a mixed oeuvre as a
testament of Québécois society and identity. Following a resolutely “continentalist”
approach, his artistic journey explores the terrain of our “Americanness” along
the North-South axis.
September 12 to December 1, 2013
Alfred Pellan is incontestably among those artists to have made the greatest contribution
to the advancement of modern art in Canada. His singular œuvre testifies to his
thirst for liberty in the face of restrictive doctrines and conventional movements.
February 14 to April 14, 2013
The legendary artist offers us an immense privilege: presenting a major Montreal
premiere featuring a selection of some of his loveliest pieces, signed under his
family name, Anthony Benedetto.
October 25 to December 23, 2012
Marcel Barbeau established himself as a pioneer in a number of memorably significant
artistic movements—abstract expressionism, minimalism, Op Art…—in
painting as well as sculpture. His œuvre offers testimony of a profoundly
personal and original approach in which the expression of movement is a central
August 16 to October 7, 2012
Painter, singer and author, Diane Dufresne is consumed by a constant need to create.
This accomplished multidisciplinary artist first became interested in design as
applied to the conception of stage costumes and décor.
March 22 to May 20, 2012
The Festival International de Jazz de Montréal and the Galerie Lounge TD celebrate
25 years of creative collaboration with posterist and artist Yves Archambault.
From October 13 to December 22, 2011
Jean-Paul Riopelle is one of the few Canadian painters, sculptors and engravers
to have carved out an enviable place on the international scene. A passionate man,
intensely in love with freedom, he scoffed at conventions and taboos throughout
From August 4 to September 30, 2011
At 82 years young, Armand Vaillancourt is a colourful dramatic personality
and a living legend who remains an innovator in both technique and aesthetic.
From February 17 to May 15, 2011
One of our greatest contemporary Quebec painters, whose immense talent, work ethic
and perseverance have carved out a more than enviable place for her on the international
From October 14 to December 24, 2010
The 1960's body of work by renowned American photographer, Elliott Landy.
From August 5 to September 26, 2010
Moving from concrete walls to canvas, from spray cans to brushes, Zïlon presents
From February 18 to May 9, 2010
Drawings from the Montreal poet, novelist, and singer-songwriter, composed and annotated
spontaneously with no restraint and with a sense of humour.
From October 22, 2009 to February 7, 2010
The greatest photographer in the history of jazz
"When people think of jazz, their mental picture is likely one of Herman's."