Canada’s Premier Contemporary Art Museum

The Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal was founded by the Québec government in 1964.

A major Canadian institution dedicated exclusively to contemporary art, the Musée offers a varied program ranging from presentations of its Permanent Collection to exhibitions of works by Québec, Canadian and international artists. The Permanent Collection comprises some 7,000 works, including the largest collection of art by Paul-Émile Borduas. Through Education and Documentation Department, the museum presents a host of educational activities further to connect the general public with contemporary art. The Musée also stages numerous multimedia events, including performance, new dance, experimental theatre, contemporary music, video and film.

Discover today’s art created by living artists using the most current media…

Free admission every Wednesday evening from 5 to 9 p.m.

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