Until November 25, 2020
Paris in the Days of Post-Impressionism
Plan your visit to the Museum now!
Three exhibitions are currently on view at the MMFA: Paris at the time of post-impressionism: Signac et les Indépendants, Manuel Mathieu: Survivance and States of Being, States of Mind: Works from the Museum’s International Contemporary Art collection. You can visit these three exhibits at any time with the purchase of a ticket at the regular price Tuesday through Sunday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. or at the special rate of $ 12 on Wednesdays from 5 to 9 p.m.
Tuesdays to Sundays, from 10 a.m. to noon, indulge yourself in a 100% contemporary art experience with the discovery exhibitions Manuel Mathieu: Survivance and States of Mind, States of Being. Entry to these presentations is offered at a reduced fee and does not include admission to the major exhibition Paris in the Days of Post-Impressionism: Signac and the Indépendants.
In preparation for their Museum outing, visitors must book their tickets online and select the date and time of their visit. Museum Members must also reserve their tickets online, which are free, as visits are included in their membership. The Museum's physical Ticket Counter remains closed. As such, it is not possible to buy tickets in person.
Please note that the Museum's permanent collections and certain cultural activities (guided tours in the exhibition halls, Art Hive, Thursdays at the Museum, the Museum’s School of Art, WKSHP 15-20, and PRISM) will not be offered until further notice.
Health measures put in place will ensure our visitors’ safety as well as enable them to explore the exhibitions more comfortably and in depth.
Innovation in health and art therapy
The Michel de la Chenelière International Atelier for Education and Art Therapy makes it possible for the MMFA to consolidate its developmental focus on art therapy and well-being. All actions put in place are aimed at the same goal, namely to promote the well-being of a variety of groups, whether or not they have special needs.
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In addition to unlimited, priority access to the exhibitions and collections, enjoy exclusive Member events, guided tours and more!
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Header video credits Serge Lemoyne, Dryden, 1975. MMFA, purchase, the MMFA’s Volunteer Association Fund. © Estate of Serge Lemoyne / SOCAN (2020) | Ron Martin, Ultramarine Blue, 1971. MMFA, purchase, the Canada Council for the Arts' Acquisition Assistance Program. © Ron Martin, CARCC (2020) | Guido Molinari, Green-blue Bi-serial, 1967. MMFA, purchase, Horsley and Annie Townsend Bequest. © Estate of Guido Molinari / SOCAN (2020) | Jim Dine, At the Carnival, 1996. MMFA, promised gift in honour of Phyllis Lambert. © Jim Dine / SOCAN (2020) | Yinka Shonibare, C.B.E., Pan, 2018. Loan from a private collection. © Yinka Shonibare, C.B.E. / SOCAN (2020) | Dale Chihuly, Ruby Pineapple Chandelier, from the series “Chandeliers & Towers”, 2013. MMFA, purchase in tribute to Liliane M. Stewart, made possible by the F. Cleveland Morgan Fund and the MMFA's Volunteer Association Fund. © 2020 Chihuly Studio / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York / SOCAN, Montréal