Juxtapoz // Monday, September 28, 2015
This past week Station 16 Gallery in Montreal opened Everything but the Whole Story, a solo show featuring Joe Iurato. Based on photography, Joe Iurato creates site-specific wooden cut-outs that reflect upon his personal experiences. The tiny black and white figures interact with their environment in often extravagant manners, from scaling a skyscraper, to dangling from a bridge, to breakdancing in the streets of New York.
Juxtapoz // Thursday, May 28, 2015
On June 4th, 2015 Station 16 Gallery in Montreal will present Nothing Exists, a solo show by the Los Angeles-based art collective, Cyrcle. Exploring themes of religion, science, and duality, the exhibition marks Cyrcle’s return to Montreal after their participation in the 2014 MURAL Festival.
Juxtapoz // Monday, April 13, 2015
On April 30th, 2015, Station 16 Gallery in Montreal will present Toronto artists, Peter Andrew and Derek Blais, in their first Montreal exhibition, Point Blank. Internationally recognized for its captivating photography, Point Blank is an ongoing project depicting handguns in profound detail...
Juxtapoz // Monday, November 03, 2014
Station 16 and Pub Burgundy Lion are pleased to present "Gol, Carajo!", a solo exhibition for the Spanish artist, Ricardo Cavolo. “Gol, Carajo!” will be on display at Station 16 Gallery through November 5th. “Gol Carajo!”will highlight new, soccer-themed works. Additionally, Pub Burgundy Lion has created line of limited-edition of clothing featuring Cavolo’s artwork. The t-shirts, sweatshirts, and soccer scarves will be available for purchase at Station 16 Gallery and Pub Burgundy Lion while supplies last.
Juxtapoz // Wednesday, May 07, 2014
A few months back in our print edition, we handed over the tourist agency duties of Montreal to 123Klan, where the French-born, Montreal based "graffiti posse" founded by husband and wife Scien & Mrs Klor in 1992, told us the best places to eat, drink, see art, or get some culture. One of the places they mentioned? Station 16. And you know what? Now 123Klan is opening of paintings at Station 16 from May 8-14, 2014.
Street Art // Sunday, November 24, 2013
A recently opened gallery in Montreal (as recent as June) fell victim to a tactile art heist that is estimated to be worth up to $50,000 in losses. Sometime between November 2nd and November 4th, Station 16 was broken into where thieves took a number of painting, prints and computers. They believe the robbery to be planned as particular works were chosen off the wall by artists such as Labrona, Kevin Ledo, Scaner, Zek One, Whatisadamand Antoine Tavaglione. Fortunately, the works were insured and artists will be compensated, although they are still hoping for the recovery of the stolen art.