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Galerie Simon Blais

Galerie Simon Blais was founded in 1989 and initially specialized in works on paper and contemporary abstract prints. Today, the gallery represents both emerging and established artists working in diverse media such as painting, drawing, sculpture, prints and photography.

Historical paintings and sculptures are also a special interest for us, with a focus on leading Québec and Canadian artists such as Riopelle, Ferron, Letendre, McEwen and Daudelin, which are regularly presented in the context of exhibitions.

A dynamic space, the gallery is known both within Canada and abroad through its participation in various contemporary art events around the world.

Galerie Simon Blais is a member of the Board of the Contemporary Art Galleries Association of Montréal (AGAC), and an associate member of the Art Dealers Association of Canada (ADAC).

Montréal

Canada
Address:
5420, Saint-Laurent boulevard, Suite 100 Montréal, Québec H2T 1S1 Canada
H2T 1S1
Phone: 514-849-1165
Website: http://www.galeriesimonblais.com


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Artists Represented

Edmund Alleyn, Carol Bernier, Michel Campeau, Bertrand Carrière, Serge Clément, Louis-Philippe Côté, Jean-Sébastien Denis, Éliane Excoffier, Catherine Farish, Marcelle Ferron, Betty Goodwin, Michel Goulet, Jacques Hurtubise, Denis Juneau, HArold Klunder, Serge Lemoyne, Rita Letendre, François-Xavier Marange, Jean McEwen, Joan Miro, Guido Molinari, Julie Ouellet, Jean Paul Riopelle, Louise Robert, Marc Séguin, Françoise Sullivan, Antoni Tàpies, Irene F.Whittome, Zao Wou-Ki


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Current Exhibitions

Les Migrations du Bestiaire by Jean-Paul Riopelle
Strongly connected to the natural world, Riopelle used animal imagery throughout his career. Game, domestic or farm animals and birds of prey succeed one another in his work, embodying not only the land, but also an exceptionally keen eye on the world. The exhibition Les Migrations du Bestiaire brings together a large number of works by Riopelle revealing his interest in the motif of the animal, an aspect of the Québec artist’s work that, astonishingly, has up until now not been examined.

Executed during every period of his artistic production, the works to be placed on view draw on a vast store of techniques and supports such as oil painting, charcoal drawing, printmaking, collage, ceramics, bronze and enamelled lava stone. The exhibition encompasses paintings having a formal kinship with both the all-over works that made his name and those created with stencils, representative of the final decade of his practice. Their varied pictorial techniques spotlight Riopelle’s skills and creativity. Hibou, painted in 1970 will be on display alongside prints and bronze sculptures e... [ Read all ]


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Art Fairs

Toronto International Art Fair
Feature Toronto
Works on Paper New York
Papier Montréal


Location And Getting There

5420, Saint-Laurent boulevard, Suite 100
Montréal, Québec
H2T 1S1
Canada


Contact-Directors/Staff

Director-Simon Blais
Staff - Sylvie Cataford, François Babineau, Catherine Leonard, Paul Bradley, Natacha Clitandre, Catherine Plaisance


Opening Times

Tuesday through Friday, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.;Saturday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.