Station 16, esse arts + opinions and Centre Phi we part of FAM
For the third consecutive year, Mural Art Fair (FAM) was organized by Mural Festival. The aim is to feature the work of international artists in renowned international art galleries. This time around, FAM was held at the Marché Bonsecours, one of the most important buildings in Canada, considered a national heritage. 16 galleries featured their work.
FAM presented around 100 works by urban and contemporary artists. Some of the most visited booths were arts + opinions, Station 16 and Center Phi.
Arts + opinions is also a magazine that specializes in art and conducts auctions. Some of the works sold have been by artists like Louis Bouvier, Mathieu Cardin and Nelson Henricks.
Station 16, founded in 2008 as a screen-printing workshop, is a gallery that exhibits the best of contemporary and urban art in Montreal. It has featured artists such as AIKO, D*Face, Indie 184 and Felipe Pantone, who is show his most recent work in the exhibition Planar Direction.
Tilt brushes is what brought Center Phi to Mural Festival, these instruments that allow us to paint in 3D through virtual reality. Based in Montreal, it is a multidisciplinary cultural and artistic center that cultivates all aspects of creation, development, production and artistic distribution.
The fair ended on June 11, but the festival continues to bring more surprises to the spectators. The party and the art have not stoped in the streets of Montreal!