Matthew Namour Gallery is thrilled to be hosting Mike Davis’ latest solo show in Montreal opening September 7th and running until September 24th. Davis renders complex paintings embedded with symbols of mortality, folly, and hubris in the style of the Netherlandish Flemish Primitives such as Bosch, Bruegel and van Eyck.
His oil paintings create an alternate world where anything is possible; combining arcane personal symbols with social commentary. His work depicts a world of myth and colliding timeframes, a land “on the other side of the bridge,” but one that resonates with our own—not as memory but as a dream.
The Matthew Namour Gallery are proud to present a new solo exhibition by Ravi Zupa entitled “Violence On Our Behalf”. The show opens Thursday, November 10th, with a vernissage starting at 6pm and will continue until December 11th. If you’re in Montreal be sure to head over and check it out!
The Matthew Namour Gallery is pleased to present a new solo exhibition from Kevin Cyr.
Cyr’s first solo show in Montreal pays Hommage to what gives the city its unique & vibrant character. This new series of paintings uses the imagery of Montreal’s modern day workhorses to talk about the space : “One can tell a lot about an area by the types of vehicles seen on its streets”.
The opening will be Thursday, September 29th 2016 from 6 – 9 PM. Don’t miss this one if you’re in Montreal on those dates.
Established in 2016, Matthew Namour Gallery enters the Montreal landscape as the new incarnation of the world-renowned Yves Laroche Gallery. Matthew Namour Gallery expands on Yves Laroche’s long-established legacy of presenting the best & most recognizable of lowbrow & street art. With an even more international vision, Matthew Namour is proud to bring an eclectic blend of artists to Montreal’s most visited neighbourhood & uphold the city’s position as an evolving force in the global art map.
For the gallery’s inaugural show, Matthew Namour Gallery has invited more than 25 artists to contribute pieces that represent the vision & future of the gallery. Ranging from street artists from Berlin & Toulouse, to hyperrealist figurative painters from New York & Montreal, the roster spans the many styles & countries that the gallery is proud to be associated with. More info and promo images after the jump!
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