En route vers Papier/On the way to Papier – Augmented reality exhibition
Exclusive premiere on the AGAC Collectionner app
Online starting September 30, 2021
Quebec City, September 30, 2021 – Fall 2021 will be eventful for Galerie.a and its artists. For the first time, two leading Canadian contemporary art fairs, ArtTo (Toronto) and Papier (Montreal), will take place within few weeks of each other, in October and November, 2021.
As this special cultural season approaches, artists have been busy creating new series. Galerie.a will be honouring these new works by presenting En route vers Papier/ On the way to Papier, an augmented reality exhibition available on the AGAC’s Collectionner app.
10 artists, 50 new works
En route vers Papier/ On the way to Papier features work by Antoine Lortie, Carlos Ste-Marie, Émilie Bernard, Ève Cadieux, Florence Leblanc, Isabelle Demers, Julie Picard, Luca Fortin, Nathalie Thibault, and Tanya Morand.
View exhibited art on your own walls, at your convenience
The app provides a brand-new exhibition experience: use augmented reality to see how the exhibited artworks would look on your own walls. Collecting art is an easier process when you have the power to see how the artworks you may purchase will fit into your home.
Collecting–Discover Galerie.a artists on the AGAC app
Last year, the Association of Contemporary Art Galleries (AGAC) launched its new augmented reality app. Collectionner – the App features nearly 1,000 works of contemporary art available for sale from over 40 Canadian galleries.
To visit En route vers Papier/ On the way to Papier, download Collectionner on your mobile device.
Online from September 30
Available all fall