Thursday, October 4, 2007


A poster I made for the Polaris Music Prize 2007 will be shown (along with the 9 others done by artists across Canada) at Notman House (51 Sherbrooke West, from October 3 to October 7, open everyday from 11am-7pm) as part of Art Pop. The Montreal Gazette wrote about Art Pop in today's "URBAN" life section, featuring a picture of yours truly in four-colour glory:

Pretty neat, huh?

There's no official vernissage for the Polaris Prize Posters show, but there will be for Wil Murray's show MACHINE MOLLE (curated by Marie-Douce St-Jacques ), which is happening in the same space. Be sure to check out his ultra-weird-punk-mind-melting tableaus:

"Sick, you say? The bloodstains in the whites of your eyes are painted there, and the sources for this paint are many: a feverish state, a chill or cold, light food poisoning, mood disorder, etc." Wil Murray's canvases illustrate the metamorphosis of a tirelessly functional machine. - Pop Montreal

His vernissage is Saturday, October 6 at 5pm - whine and chureze!

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