February 26, 2016

Montreal’s Festival Art Souterrain kicks off this weekend: visit six Ivanhoé Cambridge properties to explore this unique exhibition

7-kilometre contemporary art exhibition within Montreal’s underground

This weekend marks the beginning of Festival Art Souterrain’s 8th annual edition: Must art be appealing? From February 27 until March 20, you can explore the 7-kilometre contemporary art exhibition organized into three distinct paths within Montreal’s underground.

Ivanhoé Cambridge invites you to take a stroll through the underground to see the artwork on display at its participating properties: Centre CDP Capital, Complexe Les Ailes, Le 1000 de La Gauchetière, Montreal Eaton Centre, Place Ville Marie and World Trade Centre Montréal. You can also experience Ivanhoé Cambridge’s interactive circuit Points of View, available across these six properties. Using tablets located near the circuit’s works of art, you can share your appreciation and see how it affects the collective view. The interactive circuit will encourage visitors to wander through Ivanhoé Cambridge’s different properties to discover the pieces on display while at the same time piquing their interest in the contemporary arts.

The exhibition is open every day from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. until March 20. For more details, visit the Festival Art Souterrain website or the Points of View microsite.

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