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Andréanne Abbondanza-Bergeron, LACUNA - LACUNE, 2021. Photo: Mike Patten

The FOFA Gallery offers a variety of indoor and outdoor spaces that are suitable for all kinds of artistic presentations.

Indoor spaces

Jude Griebel, Broken Pattern, 2021. Photo: Guy L’Heureux

Main Gallery

8.5 m x 11 m x 4.5 m plywood-backed gypsum walls, grid system over concrete and acoustic panels on ceiling, data and electrical outlets at floor and ceiling levels concrete floor, 4 m wide pivoting wall.

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Bonnie Baxter, Ratkind: Lost Paradise, 2019. Photo credit: Guy L’Heureux

York Vitrines

35 m x 1.4 m x 3.3 m plywood backed/gypsum walls, concrete floor, electrical outlets track lighting.

Download the York Corridor dimensions [PDF]
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Paulina Bereza, False Memory II, 2021. Photo: Guy L’Heureux

Ste-Catherine Street Vitrine

3.8 m x 1 m x 3 m plywood-backed gypsum walls, concrete floor, electrical outlets, track lighting.

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naakita feldman-kiss, Wednesdays, Before Piano, 2019. Photo credit: Guy L’Heureux

Black Box

2.5 m x 4.5 m x 4.5 m plywood-backed gypsum walls, data and electrical outlets, concrete floor.

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Outdoor spaces

Jordan Loeppky-Kolesnik, Against Enclosure, 2022. Photo credit: Alexis Bellavance


15.5 x 10 m outdoor space on Ste-Catherine street including a marble bench, concrete ground, lights built into floor, electrical outlets.

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Jane Chang Mi, Le Goût de la Pureté, 2019. Photo credit: Guy L’Heureux

Image Grid

Support anchors built into outdoor wall. Maximum image size: 5 x 3.8 m (banner must include grommets).

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