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Alexandra Levasseur | Solo exhibition
November 13, 2021

Alexandra Levasseur | Solo exhibition

Alexandra Levasseur’s plastic practice proposes two dissimilar but not contradictory readings. A multidisciplinary artist, she paints, sculpts, and animates driven by a deep interest in, on the one hand, a scientific approach to the relationship between humankind and nature, and, on the other, the mythological, even mystical interpretation that one can draw from it. The works that make up this exhibition entitled “Tourner autour du soleil” (Circling the Sun) gravitate between these two worlds, one scientific and the other spiritual. ...

 

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PAPIER Montreal | 2021
November 11, 2021

PAPIER Montreal | 2021

Created by AGAC in 2007, Papier is the largest art fair in Québec. The event is a key driver for Canadian contemporary art, as well as a unique meeting ground for the greater public, enthusiasts, and visual arts professionals alike. From November 25 to 28, the physical part of the fair will take place at the Grand Quay of the Port of Montreal. ... 

 

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JOB OFFER
November 10, 2021

JOB OFFER

Executive assistant (replacement for 12-month maternity leave - with the possibility of renewal). We’re looking for a reliable, meticulous person with great organizational skills. ...

 

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Karine Locatelli | solo exhibition
September 09, 2021

Karine Locatelli | solo exhibition

Karine Locatelli is an artist from Lévis (Québec, Canada). She is known for her mastery of the line, the medium she has chosen to represent the landscapes that surround her or that she encounters on her travels. But it’s a question of sensitive experience, since she is not concerned with the recreation of a subject, but rather with testifying to her experience of the territory. ...

 

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Lieux de rencontre | Group exhibition
June 10, 2021

Lieux de rencontre | Group exhibition

Whether it is the simple drawing of a line, a play of texture or a dialogue between the full and the empty, the work of art suggests a sensory experience. Five artists (from Canada, the United States and Benin) attempt to propose a connection: art as a vehicle of the quest for meaning, which, if the viewer pauses, becomes the scene of an encounter. ...

 

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Gallery Weekend Montreal
May 20, 2021

Gallery Weekend Montreal

The very first edition of Gallery Weekend Montreal will take place from June 10 to June 13, 2021. It’s 4 routes bringing together a selection of galleries presenting exceptional exhibitions this summer. We are part of it! A diverse program will allow you to discover hundreds of artists through various special activities planned by the galleries. ...

 

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Dialogue | Ooloosie Saila & Josiane Lanthier
April 27, 2021

Dialogue | Ooloosie Saila & Josiane Lanthier

For C.O.A, this exhibition marks an opportunity to bring together two favourites: two emerging artists in their early thirties who paint the territories that surround them. Although the landscapes that inspire them differ, Ooloosie Saila (Canadian Inuit artist from Kinngait - Cape Dorset) and Josiane Lanthier (Montreal painter expatriated in Baie-Saint-Paul) share a common vision. Through their works, they both choose to translate an emotion, the trace of a visual feeling, rather than a photographic representation of forms. ...

 

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Out 2021 | Group exhibition
March 19, 2021

Out 2021 | Group exhibition

Throughout this exhibition, C.O.A. advocates for awareness: nine artists take over the walls of the gallery, five of whom have an intellectual disability and/or an autism spectrum disorder (ASD). Because there is no longer any question of drawing a distinction between these creators, the focus isn’t on the marginal status of some. Whether paintings or sculptures, only the aesthetic qualities and intrinsic properties of each work are recognized. ...

 

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France Trudel | Solo exhibition
January 23, 2021

France Trudel | Solo exhibition

When she paints, the artist discovers. She materializes her inspiration; the idea only appears as she creates her works, as if she was following a compass. There are two entrances: the inside and the outside, a sort of match between the intimate and the use of different materials (paint, collage, pencils, adhesive tape, etc.). For France Trudel, the artistic experience constitutes an ultimate space of freedom. ...

 

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Réinterprétation | Group show
November 26, 2020

Réinterprétation | Group show

To conclude the year 2020, C.O.A presents a new exhibition featuring the work of local and international artists. In the global context - as we have so often heard - the need to reinvent ourselves has become a byword. Starting December 5th, ten artists will come together around this imperative: the need to reinterpret their reality. ...

 

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Valérie Gobeil | Solo show
October 22, 2020

Valérie Gobeil | Solo show

The exhibition entitled Peintures (Paintings) by Montreal artist Valérie Gobeil offers a testimony of her latest research on the pictorial potential of textiles and fibre. She reflects on the fibre as one would think about paint. ...

 

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Moe Piuze | Solo exhibition
September 15, 2020

Moe Piuze | Solo exhibition

Human silhouettes whose lines are sometimes curved, sometimes brittle, Moe Piuze’s sculptures tell us a story. The artist digs into his daily life, past or present, different materials from which he creates his works. Pieces of wood from another era, old clothes, and photographs, these collected objects testify to his relationship with the territories he may have occupied or crossed. For this exhibition, he merges two spaces: the domestic and the intimate. These two prerogatives meet around a central theme, that of the “house-body”. ...

 

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Corps primaires | Group show
July 22, 2020

Corps primaires | Group show

Bringing together the work of seven artists (from Slovenia, Australia, Spain and the United States), this group exhibition challenges the representation of the idealized human body. All ideas of beauty, credibility and proportion are erased in favour of a non-realistic stylization of the latter.

 

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Échafaudage | Group show
June 02, 2020

Échafaudage | Group show

Beginning June 11, 2020, Galerie C.O.A will partner with seven different artists, three of whom have intellectual disabilities, to honour art at its best: Charlie Barthelet, Ricky Bearghost, Erik Foss, Danny Gretscher, Adam Handler, John Maull and Karri Paul.

 

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Isaac Cordal, the artist of minature
May 15, 2020

Isaac Cordal, the artist of minature

Isaac Cordal, like every street artist, produces denunciatory social art. The recurring figurines in his creations are a metaphor for the contemporary human condition. Their tiny size reflects the crushing burden borne by everyone in the face of scourges such as class struggle, oligarchy, global warming or the misery we witness on every street corner. ...

 

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Kottie Paloma | Online show
April 22, 2020

Kottie Paloma | Online show

Galerie C.O.A is pleased to present a virtual exhibition by Kottie Paloma entitled “Killing Time Like a Stray Dog.” Born in 1974, the artist lives and works in Los Angeles, USA. The current pandemic context pushes him to evaluate his past artistic practice, and to reflect upon his own reality. The works he selects are inhabited with the notions of solitude and confinement; truths that are highly contextual nowadays and that concern us all.

 

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Interview | Danny Gretscher by Artmerit
April 15, 2020

Interview | Danny Gretscher by Artmerit

"Can you tell me a little about yourself, your background, and when you first started working full-time as an artist? - My spaceship landed a while ago on planet earth. I was surprised how beautiful it is here on earth, so I decided to stay. I was given a magic pill to wish what I want to be and I decided to become an artist. Et voilà, here I am and that’s what I do."

  

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Portrait | Josiane Lanthier by BESIDE Magazine
April 01, 2020

Portrait | Josiane Lanthier by BESIDE Magazine

After 12 years of hard work and sacrifice, Josiane Lanthier is just starting to make a living off her paintings. Beside Magazine offers a portrait of a sparkling artist who’s more and more at ease.

 

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Josiane Lanthier | Solo show
March 11, 2020

Josiane Lanthier | Solo show

The Galerie C.O.A is delighted to present the first solo exhibit of emerging artist Josiane Lanthier. This exhibit spotlights her singular vision, that of a play on color, texture, luminosity, and overlapping layers, which allows her to manipulate one’s perception and to give her work another dimension.

 

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Alejandro Carpintero | New arrivals
February 20, 2020

Alejandro Carpintero | New arrivals

Alejandro Carpintero is a Spanish painter represented by the Galerie C.O.A since 2016. A multidisciplinary artist with a degree in Fine Arts from the University of Madrid, he has received a scholarship from the Leed Metropolitan University of Art (Yorkshire, UK) before exhibiting his work in several prestigious institutions around the world, such as the Hoki Museum in Japan (Tokyo), and the MEAM (Barcelona), among others.

 

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Out | Group show
January 22, 2020

Out | Group show

In 2020, Galerie C.O.A sets aside the established frameworks and opens its doors to the marginal art of the outsiders. At a time when outsider art is invading the most emblematic museums, and in reaction to a society where the image is systematically standardized, the floor is given to singular artists. Six of them take over the gallery walls – including four with intellectual disabilities – from Quebec, France, Belgium, Denmark and the United States.

 

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Icy and Sot | Social Motion
November 05, 2019

Icy and Sot | Social Motion

Galerie C.O.A is proud to showcase the latest body of work by Icy and Sot from November 21, 2019 to January 18, 2020. Born in Tabriz, Iran, Icy (1985) and Sot (1991) currently reside in Brooklyn, New York. The inseparable brothers began their careers in 2006 with the use of stencils.

 

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Sylvain Bouthillette | Online exhibition
October 31, 2019

Sylvain Bouthillette | Online exhibition

Sylvain Bouthillette, born in 1963, lives and works in Montreal. A multidisciplinary artist, his work balances between music, dance, installation, sculpture, painting and photography. Whatever the medium, his works tend to demonstrate that ridicule, impermanence, confusion, instability ambiguity, uncertainty, and embarrassment are all forms of liberation if we stop believing that life is something stable and definable...

 

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Zoltan Veevaete | The Screen's Tunnels
October 04, 2019

Zoltan Veevaete | The Screen's Tunnels

From October 17th to November 9th, 2019, Galerie C.O.A will be presenting the works of Zoltan Veevaete, a canadian artist.

 

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