Browse the Artexte collection online and discover our research tools with our librarians

Welcome to Artexte’s virtual tours where our librarians Jessica Hébert and Hélène Brousseau provide an in-depth look at our collection, discuss the history of Artexte and describe the various possibilities for research and services that we provide. Each tour has…

Themed research in the Artexte Collection

Many research residencies at Artexte have led to thorough thematic explorations of our collection, or started with a specific question in mind. These residencies resulted in bibliographies tracing the researchers’ findings. These bibliographies offer an effective way to start your…

External resources for research

In order to support you in your research in visual arts, Artexte’s team is offering you solutions that go beyond its own horizons.  In addition to e-artexte research platform offering you an ever-expanding selection of digitized documents from our collection,…

Fashion

These educational guides, created by members of Artexte’s staff provide research guidance on particular subjects as they relate to contemporary visual art. We hope that they will inspire reflection and discussion. Each thematic guide is divided into subcategories and provides…

Food

These educational guides, created by members of Artexte’s staff provide research guidance on particular subjects as they relate to contemporary visual art. We hope that they will inspire reflection and discussion. Each thematic guide is divided into subcategories and provides…

Remembering and Evolving Through Video Art

From the comfort of your home, Artexte invites you to explore the practices of artists, researchers, and cultural workers in the contemporary art milieu in Quebec and Canada through texts, publications and media dealing with a range of themes and…
June 2nd, 2020

Listen, read, educate and engage

At Artexte, we stand in solidarity with Black community and all people dealing with systemic racism on a daily basis. We believe that listening, education, art, access to information and community engagement are essential for an egalitarian society.   Online…

Participatory Art and the Eternal Network

From the comfort of your home, Artexte invites you to explore the practices of artists, researchers, and cultural workers in the contemporary art milieu in Quebec and Canada through texts, publications and media dealing with a range of themes and…

Knowledge Commons, Access to Information and Memory

From the comfort of your home, Artexte invites you to explore the practices of artists, researchers, and cultural workers in the contemporary art milieu in Quebec and Canada through texts, publications and media dealing with a range of themes and…

Art + Feminism : Indigenous Voices

From the comfort of your home, Artexte invites you to explore the practices of artists, researchers, and cultural workers in the contemporary art milieu in Quebec and Canada through texts, publications and media dealing with a range of themes and…