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This year marks two significant milestones for PHI: we are thrilled to be celebrating the 15th anniversary of the PHI Foundation for Contemporary Art and the 10th anniversary of the PHI Centre.

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Photo: Yayoi Kusama, INFINITY MIRRORED ROOM - DANCING LIGHTS THAT FLEW UP TO THE UNIVERSE, 2019. Mirrored glass, wood, LED lighting system, metal, and acrylic panel. Courtesy of David Zwirner

Yayoi Kusama

July 6, 2022 → January 15, 2023

This summer, the PHI Foundation for Contemporary Art will host an exhibition by one of the most important artists of our time, Yayoi Kusama. 

Titled DANCING LIGHTS THAT FLEW UP TO THE UNIVERSE, the exhibition will feature recent paintings as well as two of her immersive Infinity Mirrored Rooms, giving a chance to Montrealers to step into Kusama’s world for the first time.

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More artists coming to the PHI Centre

Unveiled in June 2022

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Jake and Dinos Chapman, The Sum of All Evil (detail), 2012-2013. Courtesy of White Cube


15 years of the PHI Foundation


38 exhibitions

124 artists

300+ events


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Photo: Sandra Larochelle / Laurel Halo + Pelada


10 years of the PHI Centre


108 exhibitions

796 film screenings

246 music shows

129 talks

127 events

More Events at PHI

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Experience Poetry

Lashing Skies

Feb 17 May 29

Lashing Skies, is a captivating 45-minute immersive audio journey of 5 imagined stories on the edges of disaster during the events of September 11th, 2001 designed and directed by multidisciplinary artist Brigitte Poupart

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Installation Public Art

Free

Water Road

Nov 24 May 24

The PHI Centre building comes to life with an interactive multimedia installation of a motion-activated river on its four-story windows on Saint-Pierre Street