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About Montreal Museum of Fine Arts

Montreal Museum of Fine Arts (MMFA) is a museum based in Montreal, Quebec.

Headquarters Location

1380 Sherbrooke Street West

Montreal, Quebec, H3G 1J5,

Canada

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Women, Indigenous cultures lead MMFA's 2023 programming

Dec 7, 2022

“It shouldn’t be just one point of view that is presented in museums," said Montreal Museum of Fine Arts chief curator Mary-Dailey Desmarais. “We’re really trying to present other narratives of art and art history.” Author of the article: Montreal Museum of Fine Arts director Stéphane Aquin, from left, curator of pre-Colombian art Erell Hubert, curator of intercultural arts Iris Amizlev and chief curator Mary-Dailey Desmarais at the museum on Wednesday December 7, 2022 after the announcement of the MMFA's 2023 programming. Photo by Pierre Obendrauf /Montreal Gazette Postmedia may earn an affiliate commission from purchases made through our links on this page. Article content Women and Indigenous cultures take the spotlight in the 2023 programming of the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, which was revealed Wednesday morning. Advertisement 2 Article content Try refreshing your browser, or Women, Indigenous cultures lead MMFA's 2023 programming Back to video The museum announced seven new exhibitions, including a survey of women in design, two exhibitions of Indigenous art, a celebration of pop art from the institution’s collection and solo exhibitions by three women creators, including a series of new paintings by Quebec transdisciplinary artist Françoise Sullivan, who turns 100 in June. Montreal Gazette Headline News Sign up to receive daily headline news from the Montreal Gazette, a division of Postmedia Network Inc. Email Address Sign Up By clicking on the sign up button you consent to receive the above newsletter from Postmedia Network Inc. You may unsubscribe any time by clicking on the unsubscribe link at the bottom of our emails. Postmedia Network Inc. | 365 Bloor Street East, Toronto, Ontario, M4W 3L4 | 416-383-2300 Thanks for signing up! A welcome email is on its way. If you don't see it, please check your junk folder. The next issue of Montreal Gazette Headline News will soon be in your inbox. We encountered an issue signing you up. Please try again Article content “What we really wanted to do this year is focus on the diversity of artistic expression coming out of Quebec, Canada and the Americas,” said Mary-Dailey Desmarais, chief curator of the MMFA. “This program puts forward great women artists and great Indigenous artists with the goal of having not only an authentically equitable program, but it’s really about inspiring new ways of seeing and engaging with art, with art history and our time.” Advertisement 3 Article content Parall(elles): A History of Women in Design (Feb. 18 to May 28) presents close to 250 works and objects — from artisanal craftwork to industrial design, ceramics, glass, jewelry, furniture and fashion — by women designers in Canada and the United States over the past 150 years. The show, which includes many works from the collection of the MMFA, examines why women have long been under-represented in design, and considers issues of gender, identity, race, culture and class. “With this exhibition, we try to develop a broader definition of design,” said Jennifer Laurent, curator of decorative arts and design at the MMFA, who notes that the show features works by several Montreal artists and designers. Nalini Malani: Crossing Boundaries (March 23 to Aug. 20) is the first Canadian solo exhibition by the pioneering Indian multimedia artist. It includes her most recent nine-channel video installation, Can You Hear Me?, reflecting “a human brain full of turmoil and ideas,” for the first time in North America. Advertisement 4 Article content Wolves: The Art of Dempsey Bob (May 18 to Sept. 10) is the first career retrospective of the Indigenous master carver and storyteller, featuring works from the 1970s to the present. The show will be presented in five Canadian cities. The Portable Universe: Thought and Splendour of Indigenous Colombia (June 3 to Oct. 1) is a major exhibition of Colombian art. The show features 400 works, including gold pendants and masks, offerings, ceramic effigies, mystical creatures, rare ancient textiles and watercolours. Pop Art in the Collection of the MMFA (Aug. 31 to March 24, 2024) presents works by Canadian artists including Pierre Ayot, Edmund Alleyn and Joyce Wieland alongside international names like Andy Warhol, Richard Hamilton and others. Advertisement 5 Article content Marisol: A Retrospective (Oct. 7 to Jan. 21, 2024) looks at the oeuvre of late American-Venezuelan painter and sculptor Marisol Escobar, who was a contemporary and colleague of Warhol. “It’s the most important exhibition ever done on Ms. Escobar,” Desmarais said of the show, organized by the Buffalo AKG Art Museum. Iconic Quebec artist Françoise Sullivan, who turns 100 in June 2023, will be the subject of an exhibition at the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts. Photo by Éric Lajeunesse A new exhibition by iconic Quebec artist Sullivan (Oct. 31 to Feb. 18, 2024) features a selection of paintings from a series begun this year, as well as works from the MMFA’s collection. Born in Montreal in 1923, Sullivan was one of the signatories of the Refus global manifesto in 1948 as a founding member of the Automatistes, alongside Paul-Émile Borduas, Jean-Paul Riopelle and Marcelle Ferron. Her work over the decades has included dance, performance, painting, sculpture and photography. Advertisement 6 Article content Together, Desmarais says, these exhibitions represent an attempt by the MMFA to modernize its programming by looking critically at its collection and telling new kinds of stories. “It’s absolutely at the forefront of our reflection,” she said. “How can we think differently about what this institution is? I hate to use the word ‘decolonization,’ which is about undoing something. Is it really undoing, or is it opening up and asking questions, taking bold steps to approach subjects we think we know from a completely different angle and show there’s not just one way of seeing art, there are multiple ways? “It shouldn’t be just one point of view that is presented in museums. We can use words like ‘polyphonic’ or ‘multi-vocal.’ In museums, we are custodians of works of art in the past and the present. … We’re really trying to present other narratives of art and art history.” Advertisement 7

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