Montreal’s Art Alley

When Montreal Artist Kevin Ledo told us about this incredible hidden mural he’d been involved in, we couldn’t resist the urge to check it out for ourselves.

The project was created by 42 Montreal artists who took over the back alley of an abandoned building near the Quartier des Spectacles.

Unfortunately, the murals are not accessible to the general public because the only way to access the site is to go through private apartments.

Luckily, we got to it on the last day it was open to the Media.

Check out the photos below, by staff photographer Isabelle Grégoire.

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Here’s a list of the artists involved: Adida Fallen Angel, Alex Produkt, Alysha Farling, Andy Dass, Anna Van Stuijvenberg, Antoine Tava, Axe Lalime, Bonar, Citizan, Ether TFB, 52hz, Futur Lasor Now, Grazyna Adamska-Jarecka, HoarKor, Homsik, IAmBatman, 11 Flatcha, Jonathan Himsworth, Kevin Ledo, Kizmet, Labrona, Lily Luciole, Lina Kretzschmar, MAbstrakt, MC Baldassari, Miss Me, Ms. Teri, Okies, Pascale Lamoureux-Miron, Philippe Mastrocola, Stela, TurtleCaps, ‘JYler Rauman, Valerie Bastille, Waxhead, X-Ray et le projet En Masse Project avec Cheryl Voisine, Cyndie Bellmmeur, Jeremy Shantz, Julien Deragon, Laurence Sabourin et Raphael Bard.