Monique Régimbald Zeiber, Avec Svetlana A. : Une histoire manquée (détail), 2017-2019, encre sur toile, 160 cm x 133 cm x 33 cm. Photo : Julián Durazo Herrmann

Monique Régimbald-Zeiber. Of Works and Hours

In the winter of 2020, the MAJ will present the artist’s first retrospective, comprising works from the 1980s along with previously unseen pieces. From February 1 to September 6, 2020

William Brymner

Women Models

This season, the curatorial team offers to look at three nudes from the MAJ collection. From February 1 to August 30, 2020.

Patric Coutu, Musée d'art de Joliette, 2019

Patrick Coutu. The Attraction of the Landscape

This exhibition presents a selection of recent and previously unseen works by multidisciplinary artist Patrick Coutu. The artist is inspired by natural phenomena and their mathematical representations.
October 5, 2019 – January 5, 2020

Marina Gadonneix, Wave, 2019.

Marina Gadonneix. Phenomena

Gadonneix explores the notion of the elusive in relation to the intrinsic human need to measure and control what surrounds us.
September 28, 2019 – January 5, 2020

Jean-Paul Jérôme, Musée d'art de Joliette, 2019.

Jean-Paul Jérôme. The Lyrical Abstractions

This exhibition focuses on a fascinating gestural detour in the artist’s career, a series of exceptional ink-on-paper works from 1969-70.
October 5, 2019 – January 5, 2020

© Louise Robert, No 78-332, 2009. Huile sur toile, 183 x 203 x 6 cm, don de l'artiste.

Louise Robert. Painting and Poetry

The selection of works from the MAJ’s collection presented in Espace 3e this fall showcases the gestural richness of the artist’s work. 
September 28, 2019 – January 5, 2020

Winiarski, Perpetuum mobile

Matrix, Ink and Paper

Exploring everything from silk-screen printing and mezzotint to woodcuts, this exhibit reflect the great diversity of printmaking works showcased by the BIECTR.
June 8 – September 8, 2019

© Adam Kinner, Suite canadienne (WTC, 2015). Photo: Emily Gan

Adam Kinner. Suite canadienne, a demonstration

By re-performing that cultural moment today, and rethinking the resonance that Chiriaeff’s work still has, Kinner invites us to look at Québec’s history through another lens. February 2 – May 5, 2019

Norval Morrisseau (1932 - 2007) Salmon, 20e siècle  Huile sur toile cartonnée 70,2 x 100.5 x 6 cm  Don de Charles F. Johnson 1991.012 Photo: Musée d'art de Joliette ©   Norval Morrisseau

Voices

Davidialuk Alasua Amittu, Pitseolak Ashoona, Joe Talirunili and Norval Morrisseau, through their artistic production before 1980, laid the ground work for what would become an essential voice within the contemporary understanding of Canadian art. February 2 – May 5, 2019

© Mat Chivers. Migrations, 2018. Photo: Romain Guilbault.

Mat Chivers. Migrations

This exhibition is composed of three elements: a major sculptural grouping, a video, and a diptych of drawings. At its origin is the intuitive understanding that touch, allowing for a direct contact with our living environment, is a fundamental dimension of human experience that artificial intelligence will never really be able to grasp.
October 6, 2018 – January 6, 2019.