Woman x Women International Exhibit in Montreal, Canada

Participating in MURAL festival last year and leaving my painting up on an abandoned building off Saint Laurent Blvd led to some unexpected outcomes. One of which, being invited back to the beloved city of Montreal for an international exhibit this summer, of 30 women artists who paint predominantly women subjects. As a generally underrepresented minority, Mira Silvers of Sugar4Brains, hand-picked and curated a one of a kind exhibit highlighting women artists who are making statements in the art world.

The show was held at urban contemporary Station 16 Gallery on Saint Laurent Blvd, just below the office of Landmark, the producers and founders of MURAL Festival on street with the largest outdoor gallery of any city in North America, aside from Miami’s Wynwood Walls. Here are some photos of the exhibit captured by Montreal photographer Maxime Charron of This is HERD media.

MURAL Street Art Festival in Montreal – Hannah Natali’s Installation featured on WALL2WALL

garage-nataliMURAL festival is an international art festival based in Montreal, which aims to celebrate the creativity and democratize urban art. Top artists from all over the world are invited to create art to be displayed on the streets along St. Laurent Boulevard, where over 80,000 attendees will witness the live creation of these pieces over the span of the festival.  MURAL aims to bring together artistic activities that are linked with urban art and graffiti painting, while encouraging new media and out-of-the-box thinking like large installations and mixed media or interactive works.

Read full article featuring Hannah Natali’s piece in MURAL 2014 here.

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