Established in old Montreal, Galerie LeRoyer has made its home in a historical Neo-Gothic building dating from 1887 and designed by architect John James Browne (1837-1893), which served as a textile and dry goods warehouse store for Greenshields, Hodgson, Racine Limited until the late 1960s.  Brian Brisson, the gallery’s founder, has conserved the interior’s period charm, with its cabinets of curiosities, mouldings, bas-reliefs and high ceilings. This space allows him to stage his vision and exhibit the works of emerging Canadian and international artists chosen for the power of their singularity.

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Urban Art Fair Paris 2018
What Sold at Urban Art Fair Paris 2018?

Art Fairs, Graffiti & Street Art, Top Lists | Angie Kordic

We take a look at the most interesting artworks sold on the opening night of the 2018 Urban Art Fair in Paris!

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