En avant-plan, nous voyons une illustration d’une tranche de melon d’eau, placée devant le melon au complet. La chair du fruit est colorée d’un rouge vif et sa peau est verte, avec des rayures ondulées noires. Les graines du fruit sont aussi noires et leur forme ressemble presque à des larmes. Au centre de l’image se trouvent les mots “Solidarité à travers les luttes/Solidarity across struggles”.
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Listen, read, educate and engage

Over the years, Artexte’s vocations have evolved, yet we have always been determined to preserve and share reliable information sources and support the growth of knowledge.   In support of the Palestinian people: Its for this reason, in support of…

Congratulations to Joana Joachim

The Artexte team would like to congratulate our collaborator and former Research and Exhibitions Coordinator, Joana Joachim, who was recently appointed Assistant Professor  in Black Studies in Art Education, Art History and Social Justice at Concordia University. We wish a…
Spring 2023

A project of InterAccess (Toronto, ON)

Artexte is proud to support InterAccess in the research and development of Quebec and Canadian francophonie content of the upcoming exhibition Telidon Art Project, a Story of Lost Art Found.   A project of interAccess: “Canada’s earliest born-digital artworks were…

Hello out there ! Greetings from the Artexte library !

On behalf of everyone here, I wish you good health and the stamina to find what brings you happiness and fulfillment during these times.  Back in the days when we could be in the same room, we had been thinking…
Image of Artexte Librarians Hélène Brousseau and Jessica Hébert at work.

Looking back on our activities during a very unusual year

As we come to the end of this very unusual and challenging year, we continue to forge ahead in our mission to provide reliable information sources for research on contemporary visual arts. We would like to highlight some of the…
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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…
May - August, 2021
The return of Spring and the sunshine renews our energy. We are down at Artexte working onsite for you. Our doors won’t be open to you quite yet, but here us the support we can offer you during the Spring…