Station 16 Gallery has become a landmark of Montreal’s contemporary art scene, with one-of-a-kind exhibits that bring people from all walks of life into the world of art. You don’t need to be an art aficionado to enjoy and appreciate Station 16‘s exhibits.
J’aime MTL is a celebration of all things unique to our city and culture. The work of several Montreal artists will be on display and features various mediums from sculpture, painting, ceramic works, and prints. Each artist brings their own unique flair and style to their work, celebrating the city in ways that only Montrealers can.
Ryan Labrosse’s work for J’aime MTL welcomes you as you step in to the gallery. Guests are invited to find the different landmarks and street names hidden in his wall-sized crossword. Bonus points if you can find any Montrealer slang or some cheeky words!
Deeper into the gallery, you’ll find work from the incomparable Jason Wasserman. Wasserman has just completed numerous works for the Ubisoft head office downtown and will be showing several of his graphic black and white illustrations at Station 16.
Marie-Claude Marquis’ hand painted illustrated plates were by far one of the most memorable, both adorable and hilarious, with Québecismes juxtaposed against wildlife flora and fauna, making the combination all the more eccentric.
Artist WhatisAdam’s cool and distinct style of street art added an edge, as we’ve come to expect.
Station 16’s most remarkable piece is the enormous maple syrup can, more affectionately known as the maple sizzurp.
123 Klan, Jonathan Bergeron, Enzo Sarto, and Laurence Vallieres work in prints, sculpture, and mixed media, and their work can be seen from Station 16’s windows. Don’t be shy pop in and see J’aime MTL for yourself until March 1, 2016. Prints and works are also available for purchase, so you can have a little bit of the city in your home!
For more information or pricing, please visit Station 16’s website here.
Photos by Dara Larocque @d_lar.