• hommage à la collection permanente – mu – 2016 - result
  • hommage à la collection permanente – mu – 2016 - result
  • hommage à la collection permanente – mu – 2016 - result
  • hommage à la collection permanente – mu – 2016 - result
  • hommage à la collection permanente – mu – 2016 - result
  • hommage à la collection permanente – mu – 2016 - result
  • hommage à la collection permanente – mu – 2016 - detail
  • hommage à la collection permanente – mu – 2016 - detail
  • hommage à la collection permanente – mu – 2016 - detail
  • hommage à la collection permanente – mu – 2016 - detail
  • hommage à la collection permanente – mu – 2016 - detail
  • hommage à la collection permanente – mu – 2016 - detail
  • hommage à la collection permanente – mu – 2016 - detail
  • hommage à la collection permanente – mu – 2016 - before
  • hommage à la collection permanente – mu – 2016 - before
  • hommage à la collection permanente – mu – 2016 - making of
  • hommage à la collection permanente – mu – 2016 - making of
  • hommage à la collection permanente – mu – 2016 - making of
  • hommage à la collection permanente – mu – 2016 - making of
  • hommage à la collection permanente – mu – 2016 - making of
  • hommage à la collection permanente – mu – 2016 - making of
  • hommage à la collection permanente – mu – 2016 - making of
  • hommage à la collection permanente – mu – 2016 - making of
  • hommage à la collection permanente – mu – 2016 - making of
  • hommage à la collection permanente – mu – 2016 - making of
  • hommage à la collection permanente – mu – 2016 - artist
  • hommage à la collection permanente – mu – 2016 - partners

The new Michal and Renata Hornstein Pavilion for Peace was inaugurated in 2016, becoming Montreal Museum of Fine Arts’ fifth pavilion. Two levels are dedicated to The Studios Art & Education Michel de la Chenelière which are devoted exclusively to the Museum’s educational activities and exhibitions. In this context MU was invited to create a playful and educative art installation in the s2 level cafeteria.  

This immense mural pays homage to the Museum’s encyclopedic collection by representing its major holdings in a playful and colorful way.

The concept was developed by MU’s art educator Isabelle Duguay, under the artistic direction of Elizabeth-Ann Doyle.



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PARTNERS:

Project - CHU Sainte-Justine – Isabelle Duguay – 2015

Project - Entre ciel et terre – Isabelle Duguay – 2014

Project - Harmonie – Isabelle Duguay & Cyndie Belhumeur – 2015