The World Trade Centre MontrÉal and the ruelle des Fortifications
Inaugurated in 1992 and occupying a large city block in Old Montréal, the World Trade Centre Montréal comprises historic buildings that were fully renovated then linked together by a spectacular glass-covered promenade where strolling is a pleasure in any season.
A true indoor village, this chic, multipurpose complex features a great shopping gallery with more than 20 boutiques, restaurants, cafés and service outlets.More infos
« Business’Art – Logo Design » / From 21 to 24 May 2013
May 21, 2013
Metropolitan Art Affair Museum presents (MAAM) presents "Business'Art - Logo Design" at the World Trade Centre in Montreal from 21 to 24 May 2013. As part of this activity, MAAM will present an exhibition of 20 corporate logos made by the artist Pierre Bibeau according to their standards visual presentation both in their substance and form.
Business’Art – Logo Design, is the meeting of art and business. It is very interesting to recognize the logo of a company, but it is much more interesting to know its history. The logo is an image of the company, but it is primarily a work of art created by a graphic designer. Seen in this light and this aspect, the interest may be different for the public and may be the envy of wanting to discover this piece of framed art, a form of painting.
About Pierre Bibeau, artist
Born in Longueuil, Pierre Bibeau is passionate about art since childhood. Very young, he reproduced sports hockey and baseball retailer logos and uniforms. For more knowledge in art, from 1982 to 1988, he studied art history at Brebeuf College, then at Concordia University where he get a bachelor's degree in arts. Thereafter, from 1988 to 1990, he pursued courses in graphic design at Collège Salette to perfect his art.
About MAAM - Metropolitan Art Affair Museum
Where entrepreneurial culture become an art of work
Founded by Judith-Leba, MAAM's mission is to collect, preserve and exhibit works of art from the business community, for communication, knowledge and culture.