The Surreal Universe of Heidi Taillefer

Juxtapoz // Monday, July 23, 2012
Ah, we love it when it gets a little weird and intriguing. Montreal-based painter, Heidi Taillefer makes some of the most intricate, detailed, and other-worldly images we have seen in quite some time. Citing the influence of early 20th century artists like Max Ernst, Giorgio deChirico, and Paul Delvaux, Taillefer has applied a futuristic vision to the early surrealists.

The Works of Tchmo

Juxtapoz // Friday, June 22, 2012
We love the sentiment of Australia born, Montreal based aritst, Tchmo. The artist simply states, "I mash things up." Tchmo has a series of abstract, figurative, and ethereal portraits and landscapes in the collection...

The Photography of Sofia Ajram

Juxtapoz // Friday, March 09, 2012
Based in Montréal, photographer Sofia Ajram brings life to a mystical world of wild youth, bloody ritual, and astral projections. The power of the cosmos pushes from within as constellations spill from the soul, climbing the walls and kissing the skin in a cloak of stars. Ajram's mysterious and magical photographs are a true source of inspiration, a reflection of humanity's inner potential as an active force in the universe.

A Tank of Thread by Jannick Deslauriers

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, February 28, 2012
We thought that we had posted the work of Montreal's Jannick Deslauriers on the site from this past Fall, where the artist create the fragile, large-format tank installation that was constructed and held together by black thread. We love how the artist takes a seemingly ruthless, powerful weapon of war and recreates with the most delicate of materials.

Raymond Masson's The Illuminated Crowd in Montreal

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, December 06, 2011
Last year, 2010, Raymond Masson created a public sculpture titled The Illuminated Crowd that was displayed in downtown Montreal. Sixty-five people of all ages, race, facial expressions and conditions are depicted on four platforms, made from stratified polyester resin with polyurethane paint.

One More Time: El Mac in Montreal

Juxtapoz // Thursday, September 15, 2011
We can't get enough of El Mac at the moment, as we showed his work in Bristol, England yesterday, here is a mural he painted in Montreal recently. Mac calls the piece Spirit of Summer, a reflection of the creative energy he feels in the great artistic Canadian city.

Video—Art Installation that Looks like Burning Building is Not Actually Burning

Juxtapoz // Sunday, January 16, 2011
Maybe we are insensitive to real burning buildings, but this installation from Montreal-based artist Isabelle Hayeur is very interesting and one of the better pieces of art we have seen this weekend. This could lead to a boy cries wolf scenario, but you should watch the video after the jump to see how it works...
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