Montreal's contemporary art Gallery

The mandate of Galerie MX is to seek out and give greater public exposure to contemporary artists, from Canada and abroad. We organize exhibits and meetings in a 6,000 square foot exhibit space. The Gallery is located in the heart of the Quartier international, the cultural epicenter for the arts in Montreal.

The Gallery is surrounded by a rich collection of public art. The Agora, located in Victoria Square, is presently hosting the contemporary sculpture entitled Taichi Single Whip, by artist Ju Ming. It also features the Art Nouveau metro entranceway, designed at the beginning of the 20th Century, by Parisian architect, Hector Guimard. Gallery MX is ideally located between Old Montreal and the Place des arts, and within a few minutes walking distance to the Montreal Museum of Contemporary Art. The intersection of Viger Street West and Bleury borders Place Jean-Paul Riopelle, adorned by his famous sculptured fountain, La Joute, with its spectacular iron ring and by the multi-coloured glass panels of the Palais des congrès and its interior garden, Nature légère/Lipstick Forest by Claude Cormier.

Tangled Formations – Shawn Serfas

March 17 to March 27
Shawn Serfas is a painter from the Okanagan region of British Columbia originally from Prince Albert, Saskatchewan. Recipient of a grant from the Canada Council for the Arts, his research interests include contemporary painting, relational abstraction, environmental aesthetics, the landscape as well as issues bordering abstraction and representation. Galerie MX is pleased to present the latest works of this incredible artist in a FOCUS titled "Tangled Formations" from March 17 to 27.
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