Upon entering Rajni Perera’s show, surprise, shock, and shortness of breath are felt.
The Cinéma L’Amour in Montreal hearkens back to the Golden Age of Porn.
Ralph Alfonso, co-founder of BBAM! Gallery, believes that the spray painting of “Pedogate” is related to the gallery’s current exhibition, “You’re Gayer Than A Picnic Basket.”
Nathalie Bondil, who was dismissed from the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts in July, is claiming $1.5 million in punitive and moral damages.
Institutions in Germany, Canada, and the US have postponed planned exhibitions of the digital media artist’s work after allegations against him surfaced online.
As the Cinémathèque Québécoise pays homage to some of the notable women who have stepped behind the camera and “painted with light,” critic Justine Smith considers why their work is often underrecognized.
Some of the best films at the Montreal International Documentary Festival explored themes of wasted potential and the relationship between humanity and the planet.
The documentary Delphine et Carole: Insoumuses looks at Les Insoumuses, the ’70s group founded by director Carole Roussopoulos, iconic actress Delphine Seyrig, and Simone de Beauvoir.
The 1979 Quebecois documentary Mourir à tue-tête (“A Scream from Silence”) is a valuable but too overlooked feminist film.
For its 16th edition, MOMENTA expands its approach to present a more interdisciplinary examination of our relationships to objects.
The latest edition of the Fantasia International Film Festival continued its trend of elevating female filmmakers.
Is a museum visit just what the doctor ordered? In Montreal, medical professionals can prescribe you a museum visit. There’s also a full-time art therapist on staff.