MONTREAL, May 16, 2019 /CNW Telbec/ - Bringing together over thirty oversized eggs by emerging and established artists who have attracted international audiences, Eggspressionist Art can be seen until June 7.
The temporary installation is an invitation to discover the poetry of this unique shape, through seven places in the Quartier DIX30, a discovery path giving way to the spontaneous encounter of these works of art.
A Public's Favourite
Each year, the exhibition receives the warm welcome of an audience eager to take a picture of the unique sights it offers.
This time around, they can admire Whatisadam's bold lettering and colours, Waxhead's unusual creatures, Lebicar's unique pencil, Dalkhafine's explosive compositions, Steven Spazuk's surprising smoking technique, Zilon's zealous spirit, Marie-Claude Marquis' irreverence, Farah Allegue's, all in finesse, imagination, and much more.
Nestled throughout the Quartier these pieces are one-of-a-kind invitations to explore a universe inspired by one of nature's most mesmerizing creations.
Love at first sight from London, New York, Dublin…
Eggspressionist Art is the result of Projekroom's love at first sight for The Big Egg Hunt, introduced in London in 2012 and since repeated in Dublin (Ireland), New York (USA) and Auckland (New Zealand).
But the practice of transforming giant eggs into works of art has been shared for thousands of years by the cultures of the world, such as in Ukraine, Iran and Japan.
Eggspressionist Art is thus the continuation of a tradition, having crossed time and culture to seize this extraordinary form as an urban expression of renewal.
All the info, a photo gallery and artists bios: http://bit.ly/2w3T2AB
For further information: C. Juneau, email@example.com, 514-653-6446