Splendid colorful work, drawn on the wall of an alley, the work of Borrris is a great initiative of MU in collaboration with the City, Tourisme Montréal and the organization Montréal Centre-Ville with the aim of restoring our alleys often disfigured by the consequences of commercial activities and a certain sloppiness. The owner of the wall even installed, on his own initiative, lighting to highlight the work. Cheer !

Restored and fitted out last summer with furniture, Peel Lane is home to this beautiful mural by Rafael Sottolichio which presents his works “like a cabinet of curiosities where the character and shape of objects draw theaters and a catalog”. A development that makes the alley more welcoming and lively than it was previously. Ideal for a gourmet break or a moment of relaxation, close to restaurants, cafes and shops in the area.

Diane Roe’s work is composed of landscape morphologies found on the banks of the St. Lawrence River. It aims to remind passers-by of the diversity of Quebec’s fauna and flora, of the riches that we must honor and protect…

This work located near McGill University is the result of an association between the Riopelle Foundation, MU, the City, Tourisme Montréal and the Plateau-Mont-Royal borough on the occasion of the celebrations of the centenary of the birth of Riopelle. Marc Séguin represented the white goose, so dear to Riopelle, above a sphere which represents a setting sun or a planet and which comes from a work that Marc Séguin had offered to Riopelle.

The premise of a flower was created as part of the redevelopment of rue Jean-Brillant. The Italian artist wanted to represent the dynamics of the district. The plants and flowers illustrate the cultural diversity and omnipresent vegetation of Mount Royal. The pots symbolize the house that watches over the citizens.

This work of letters and words to discover was produced in collaboration with the Foundation for the French language and the borough of Villeray–Saint-Michel–Parc-Extension. It is part of a project of three murals aimed at promoting the learning of the French language by immigrants who have recently arrived in Quebec.

Largest mural of MU’s final season (350 feet), the artwork is at the heart of the new Dickie-Moore Park. “Three moons ago I dreamed that I was walking through the Valley of Seeking. An imaginary and so mysterious and beautiful valley, intertwined with long architectural stairs and giant shells, free creatures, between human and animal; spirits that materialize to become visible. From this dream, this mural is the culmination in color of a great journey towards our invisible unknown,” says its author, Carlito Dalceggio.

Produced in tribute to the conductor of the Orchester métropolitain by MC Baldassari, this mural is located in the heart of Ahuntsic-Cartierville, where Yannick Nézet-Séguin was born. It highlights the universe of this exceptional cultural builder: playful, creative, energetic and organized at the same time. “Through his posture, you feel his calm, his emotion, but also his know-how and his intensity. Straight from his heart, a colorful wave depicts a different and contemporary representation of classical music,” says MU.

For its 60th anniversary, the League of Rights and Freedoms commissioned this work on the building of the René-Goupil swimming pool, in the Saint-Michel district. It illustrates the convergence of struggles since the Quiet Revolution, the right to protest and the interdependence of human rights. Jimmy Beaulieu represented these struggles as a unifying element that weaves social bonds. He wanted to reflect the welcoming and inclusive side of the park and the neighborhood, through the diversity of the painted characters.

Initiative of the Jean-Duceppe Theater to mark the centenary of the birth of its founder and the half-century of creation of the theater, the mural of Hsix is ​​at the intersection of Montcalm and Robin streets. Jean Duceppe appears with his bright eyes and his open and welcoming hands. Hsix added three spheres, illustrating Jean Duceppe’s career consisting of theatre, radio/television and politics.