Contrary to what many foreigners imagine, the underground network of Montreal does not offer much interest outside of its practical side to face the winter temperatures. A notable exception: the three weeks during which it hosts each year a giant free exhibition of contemporary art, at the beginning of spring. A great way to familiarize passers-by with today’s visual art and especially photography. French Frédéric Loury, former gallerist, founded and directs the underground art festival, whose 11th edition opened on March 2, 2019 with a new theme: “The True False”. Taking visual art out of traditional exhibition spaces, the director’s...
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