January 29, 2020

Let’s take a walk – colorful installations from Montreal-based artists are waiting to be discovered around the Square! 

 

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Smoluk gives used cardboard a new life through her creations, all inspiring fun with an urban edge.  

Maneki-Neko, or ‘Welcoming Cat’ in Japanese, is a traditional statue that attracts prosperity – otherwise called the lucky cat. In the Japanese tradition, these lucky cats are placed at the door or on a window to invite good fortune to their homes. 

Where: Mail Intérieur at Quartier DIX30, in front of Apple

The Daruma is a symbol of success and perseverance, encouraging us to believe in our dreams and reach our goals. Traditionally, it is offered to people starting new projects for the year. 

Where: Mail Intérieur at Quartier DIX30, in front of Pottery Barn Kids

Origami Explorateur, spreads messages of love and joy through her paper creations shares the symbol of goodwill with the world.

Where: Mail Intérieur at Quartier DIX30, in front of Pottery Barn Kids

Bryan Beyung describes his Canadian and Cambodian background as a major influence, driving a sense of self-definition in his pieces. His mural at the Square is an expression of these cultural roots.  

Where: At the Square, the wall next to Browns