Located in downtown Montreal and at the centre of the Montreal MURAL festival, Station 16 Gallery exhibits work by an international roster of contemporary urban artists who are influenced by illustration, design, pop culture, graffiti and street art. Founded in 2008, Station 16 began as a creative silkscreen printshop working primarily in textile printing. Soon after the printshop began developing fine art prints and working with local Montreal artists to create a body of prints that would shake the local art scene. Station 16 Gallery and its printshop continue to work with international artists and push the boundaries of the Montreal contemporary art scene, along with the quality of silkscreen printing.

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