Urban itinerary : circuit du XXe siècle

Klaus Scherübel, Sans titre (Exposition Mousseau-Riopelle chez Muriel Guilbault, 1947), 2019. View of the exhibition “Créer à rebours vers l’exposition”: The case of the Automatist exhibitions, VOX, from June 12 to July 13, 2019. With the kind permission of Line-Sylvie Perron and the Musée national des beaux-arts du Québec.

Photo: Michel Brunelle.

Tour in chartered bus
On Saturday, July 6
start at 1:00 pm, from VOX

Admission is free, but seats are limited
Booking: info@centrevox.ca

VOX + Fondation Guido Molinari + Saint Joseph’s Oratory of Mount Royal

As part of the exhibition Period rooms. 8 art experimentations, VOX repeats last spring’s unique experience and organizes a series of urban itineraries in chartered buses. Participants will join personalized guided tours of the chosen sites and will be invited to share their impressions, engage with some of the artists… an entertaining opportunity to learn and network!

The second tour, entitled circuit du XXe siècle, will be led by Gilles Daigneault (art critic, exhibition curator and director of Guido Molinari Foundation) and will include presentations by artists Steve Bates, Thomas Bégin and Klaus Scherübel, as well as curator Marie J. Jean. The activity will mostly be in French.

> Rendez-vous at 1:00 pm in the lobby of the 2-22 building, where VOX is located (2, Ste-Catherine East, corner St-Laurent).

> The first stop will be at Guido Molinari Foundation (3290, Ste-Catherine East).

> Our journey will continue at Saint Joseph’s Oratory of Mount Royal (3800, Queen Mary Road).

> We’ll come back to our starting point for a guided tour of VOX (2, Ste-Catherine East / 4th floor).

The activity will come to an end around 4:30 pm, with a drink.

Period rooms. 8 art experimentations

Curated by Marie J. Jean, this event presents experimental works by seven contemporary artists—Steve Bates, Thomas Bégin, Pierre Dorion, Frédérick Gravel, Jacqueline Hoàng Nguyễn, Jocelyn Robert, and Claire Savoie—in the period interiors of the Château Dufresne, the Château Ramezay, Saint Joseph’s Oratory of Mount Royal, the Sir George-Étienne Cartier residence, and the Guido Molinari Foundation. Concurrently, at VOX, centre de l’image contemporaine, Klaus Scherübel has produced an art intervention that employs the period room format to reconstitute two exhibitions organized in 1947 by the Automatist artists.

Find out more about the project

This activity benefits from the financial support of the Conseil des arts et des lettres du Québec, the Quebec Ministry of Culture and Communications and the City of Montreal under the Agreement on the Cultural Development of Montreal, as well as the Caisse de la Culture of the Mouvement Desjardins.