On Sunday May 28, DHC/ART Foundation for Contemporary Art will take part in a special edition of Montreal Museums Day, in conjunction with the celebration of Montreal’s 375th anniversary.
As part of 375th Museum Rally, a historical curiosity courtesy of multimedia artist Cory Arcangel will be exhibited at G0 (451 St-Jean, basement level).
In addition, in our galleries located at 451 and 465 St-Jean Street, visitors will be able to explore Ed Atkins: Modern Piano Music, an exhibition presented in the context of Montreal Digital Spring.
On the 375th anniversary Montréal Museums Day, enjoy a rally of unusual objects displayed specially for the occasion at 43 Montréal museums. Have fun trying to spot them – just look for the MTL Museums symbol near these curiosities from the city’s past.
2013. A “power play” gift
The Power Points exhibition was a huge success. In its Canadian premiere at DHC/ART, artist Cory Arcangel showed how software and electronic gadgets quickly become outdated, and questioned the concept of authorship. And he had another surprise in store: to thank the technical crew from the Foundation for Contemporary Art, all huge Montréal Canadiens fans, Arcangel ordered a gift for them on eBay: a seat from the old Montreal Forum.
With the permission of DHC/ART Foundation for Contemporary Art
Photo: Marc-Olivier Bécotte