Summer’s not all beach and pool parties: Check out these fabulous exhibits and add some artistic flare to your sunny season.




Partners in Design – Montreal Museum of Fine Arts

Until August 21, 2016

Art lovers with a special interest in the Bauhaus movement won’t want to miss this exhibit. It highlights the partnership between MOMA’s first director Alfred H. Barr Jr. and MOMA’s first curator of architecture Philip Johnson, who are often hailed as ambassadors of modernism in North America.





Tattoos: Ritual. Identity. Obsession. Art. – Royal Ontario Museum

Until September 5, 2016

After receiving rave reviews at the Quai Branly Museum, the exhibit moves to the Royal Ontario Museum this summer. It explores the history of the world of tattoos, exploring the beauty of body art throughout the years.




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All Together Now – Museum of Vancouver

Until January 8, 2017

Highlighting the intriguing world of collectors, this exposition showcases rare and unconventional collections—like corsets, prosthetics, pinball machines, taxidermy, or toys— challenging the preconceived notions of what constitutes a normal hobby.



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