Here’s what Station16 gallery wrote on their site:
“What seemed like a regular Monday morning at Station16 gallery… turned out to be the scene of a crime. Sometime between November 2nd and November 4th, Station16 gallery was broken into. The thieves made off with over 50,000$ worth of original art and prints. The stolen pieces do not appear to be random, as some were selected and removed from the wall. Along with the Montreal Police, we ask you to help us with any information regarding these stolen works of art. Stop the re-sale of stolen art.”
Samy Lamouti is a digital artist and photographer from Montreal, Quebec, Canada. This project by Lamouti was an obvious feature for BBB as we have extremely strong ties personally and professionally to Montreal. In this series of photographs entitled “Metro de Montreal”, Lamouti takes a look at the unique make up architecturally and aesthetically of the STM.
One of our favourite artists out there, Earth Crusher is back for world domination. Presented by MTL Blog, we have the man himself wandering the streets of Montreal with a briefcase full of cash, out shooting people, taking photographs and hitting up strip joints.
MURAL will muster over 35 local and international artists over 2 km of open-air market on Saint-Laurent Boulevard, closed to traffic for the occasion. The festival will showcase the creation of near 20 unique murals which will redefine the Main’s image for the next year. Every night during the festival, a special event will be held that will enable attendees to gather in a different location in order to continue the creative celebrations.
As an international public art festival bound to the celebration of creativity and the democratisation of urban art, MURAL will transform for a week the Saint-Laurent Boulevard into a real open-air museum where local and international artists will unite their talents in the most creative manners.
Unique rendezvous to the American North East, the annual event gathers the visual arts avant-garde in order to consecrate Montreal as an essential artistic pole in North America.
Our main men and interviewees of Issue #4, The Crazy Apes Crew, are back with another video. This time in the Point St. Charles area of Montreal, they get funky with an Ironman Mural. Possibly in anticipation of the new movie?
Our main men from Montreal, Quebec, The Crazy Apes Crew, went up to Northern Quebec not too long ago and got up to a solid “Spray-cation”. They just came out with a video of a couple of the guys like LITH, KORB and AONE painting some chrome burners on some heavy concrete. Video after the jump.
Bernadette O’Sullivan is an artist currently residing in Montreal, Quebec and completing her BFA at concordia university. She works in a variety of mediums from painting to textiles. Definitely a girl with a lot of passion that will be working hard in 2013.
We haven’t done one of these in a while and we’re stupid for not doing so. We post up a lot of things that we find throughout the internet and that will undoubtedly never stop. However, we pride ourselves on not being just a blog, we are a magazine as well and we have a lot of our own content and we want to share that with you. We know the mag is long and sometimes it’s easy to just flip through and miss out on the article. So, here’s an excerpt from the 4th issue with one of our favourite crews ever, The CA CREW from Montreal.