Summer Cartography – Collective exhibition
Luca Fortin, Florence Leblanc, Tanya Morand and Giorgia Volpe
June 16 to 19, 2022 – Belgo, Espace 442
Quebec City, June 16, 2022 – For Gallery Weekend Montreal organized by the AGAC, Galerie.a is pleased to present a selection highlighting the artwork of 4 Quebec City artists. The collective exhibition Summer Cartography will be presented from June 16th to June 19th at the Gallery POPOP in the Belgo building at 372 Sainte-Catherine St. West, locale 442.
Inspired by the artist Tanya Morand’s recent work, the theme of this exhibition explores summer wandering and search for adventure. At the same time, Summer Cartography awakens our desire to revisit pleasant memories or childhood reminiscences. Without being explicit, each piece, in its own way, could remind us of a trip to the beach, travels in Europe or a regional road trip.
Special Collaboration with Giorgia Volpe
Galerie.a is honoured to present the work of the artist Giorgia Volpe. In the context of this special collaboration, the exhibition “Summer Cartography” presents 8 of the artist’s photographs.
Visit with the artist Tanya Morand
For Gallery Weekend, Galerie.a invites the public to meet with the artist Tanya Morand. This special event offers the public a privileged access to the artist’s work through a comprehensive presentation of her recent work in the exhibition. The presentation will take place in French, and the artist will answer questions in both French and English.
Artist’s Presentation with Tanya Morand
Thursday, June 16, 2022, from 6 pm to 7 pm.
Best of the recent work
As well as artwork of the artists Luca Fortin, Florence LeBlanc, Tanya Morand and Giorgia Volpe presented in this exhibition, Galerie.a will also have on hand a selection of work of the following artists: Émilie Bernard, Éve Cadieux, Isabelle Demers, François Mathieu, Julie Picard, Carlos Ste-Marie et Nathalie Thibault.
Celebrate the 4th anniversary of Galerie.a
4 years ago, almost to this day, Galerie.a organized its first exhibition at the Gallery POPOP at the Belgo. In 2022, Galerie.a has the great pleasure of repeating the experience. The gallery team and artists look forward to sharing this new selection of artwork with all returning and new enthusiasts of the world of contemporary art!
4 routes through Montreal Galleries
The Contemporary Art Galleries Association (AGAC), organizer of Gallery Weekend Montreal, presents 4 routes through the city to assist visitors in discovering the 20 participating galleries. Galerie.a presents its exhibition at the Belgo building, which is part of the Downtown route.
A special program for Gallery Weekend
Visit the website to discover the special events of the 20 participating galleries.
Summer Cartography – Collective Exhibition
Belgo building, local 442
June 16-19, 2022
Free entry :
Thursday and Friday from noon to 7PM.
Saturday and Sunday from noon to 5PM.
The Contemporary Art Galleries Association (AGAC) is a non-profit organization that brings together galleries across Canada. AGAC defends the moral and economic interests of its members and ensures the recognition and prosperity of the market for contemporary art in Canada.
Gallery Weekend is an international event presented in the world’s major cities: Berlin, Paris, London, Brussels, Chicago, Warsaw, Beijing, Budapest, Mexico City, Milan, Barcelona, Madrid, Santiago, and many more. The Contemporary Art Galleries Association is participating in this international trend for a second year and will present editions in Montreal and Toronto.