We are thrilled to announce that after many months of planning and preparation, Galerie Antoine Ertaskiran and Parisian Laundry have joined their activities to form Bradley Ertaskiran. This new contemporary gallery is the result of two individuals that have worked on parallel paths coming together in the spirit of collaboration and renewal.
Bradley Ertaskiran opened its doors in January 2020 and will is located at 3550 Saint-Antoine West in Montreal, in the Parisian Laundry building. Galerie Antoine Ertaskiran ceased operations as of December 31st, 2019.
Established in September 2012, Galerie Antoine Ertaskiran is located in a former warehouse in the heart Griffintown, Montreal. Since its opening, it has become recognized as one of the most important galleries in Canada. We provide a platform for cutting-edge exhibitions, encouraging artists to continually question and redefine their artistic practice. We also aim to engage wider audiences with current discourses in contemporary art and, through this, connect with broader social issues.
Throughout the years, our activities have increased in scope as we now represent some of the most significant emerging and mid-career artists who are shaping up Montreal and Canada's newly energized art scene–such as Julia Dault, Jessica Eaton and Nicolas Grenier, just to name a few–as well as some of the international artists, like Jane Corrigan and Christopher Kulendran-Thomas, who are increasingly connecting with our community here. We also serve as a well-respected resource for artists, curators, collectors and members of the public researching Canadian contemporary art.
Antoine Ertaskiran, owner and director
Soad Carrier, assistant director
Access the new gallery's website: bradleyertaskiran.com/