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Wednesday 9 March 2011

Since January and three months prior to launch, La Biennale de Montréal 2011 has already been featured in several articles in Le Devoir, La Presse and The Gazette. Articles have dealt with the theme of BNL MTL, its venue as well as with the participating artists who hail from Québec, Canada and other countries. Le Devoir specifically focused on the participation of artist Daniel Spoerri who will be coming to Montréal to organize a fund raising dinner and present his works.
The Canadian Art magazine will be publishing an interview with co-commissioners Claude Gosselin and David Liss. The issue will be available in stores by mid March.

*Article by Jérôme Delgado published in

Wednesday 8 December 2010

CIAC'S e-magazine's 38th issue, Haunted WEB - is now online!

Who and what should be the ghosts of the Web? Is the Web haunted in the same way than other medias? How Web art responds to this phenomenon?

Discover more about the haunted Web through reflections from Jim Andrews, Brandon Jan Blommaert, Simon Brousseau, Isabelle Caron, Gabriel Gaudette, Joëlle Gauthier, Amélie Paquet, Bernard Perron and Jeffrey Sconce, the author of ''Haunted Media: from Telepgraphy to Television'' (2000).

 

We invite you to join our Facebook community for ou weekly ''haunted post'' as well as further details and information on the Haunted Web thematic.

Thursday 11 November 2010

The CIAC/BNL MTL is happy to recognize the work of artists Melissa Mongiat, Perry Bard and Roadsworth whose works are currently presented on the Montréal and international artistic scenes. Of note is that all three participated in the BNL MTL 2009 where they presented original works. The CIAC/BNL MTL is proud of their international success.

 

 

 

 

 

Melissa Mongiat awarded the Phyllis-Lambert Design Montréal

Wednesday 10 November 2010

In 2010, it is almost inconceivable to imagine efficient communications strategies without a certain visibility in the social networks. And La Biennale de Montréal - BNL MTL is no exception to the rule. Since last summer, it can be found on Facebook, Myspace and Vimeo. In fact, on October 18th, only two months after its creation, the Facebook page had an approximate number of 1 000 members.

In order to thank their supporters, CIAC gave away free products from the Biennale to the 100th and the 500th members.
The  1 000th person to join the webpage received a work of art by Emmanuel Galland, entitled

Tuesday 9 November 2010

From October 28th to November 1st 2010, La Biennale de Montréal - BNL MTL 2011 has taken part in the 11th edition of TIAF - Toronto International Art Fair. Thanks to Tourisme Montréal, the BNL MTL had the opportunity to participate for the first time in one of the largest art fair of North America. The 2010 edition of the TIAF has encountered a true success with a total of about 20 000 visitors.

 

BNL MTL booth at TIAF 2010

 

The presence of the BNL MTL at TIAF obtained a good press review and will surely bring