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LOTO-QUÉBEC ART COLLECTION

Did you know that Loto-Québec boasts one the largest corporate art collections in Québec? It encompasses close to 5,000 works by over 1,200 local artists.

LOTO-QUÉBEC ART COLLECTION

Did you know that Loto-Québec boasts one the largest corporate art collections in Québec? It encompasses close to 5,000 works by over 1,200 local artists.

Art on display at the casinos

Works from the Loto-Québec Art Collection are exhibited in all four casinos. Although a sneak peek is available below, nothing quite beats seeing these art pieces in person.

CASINO DU LAC-LEAMY

The Casino du Lac-Leamy and the Hilton Lac-Leamy both exhibit works from the Loto-Québec Art Collection, the Canada Council Art Bank and the City of Gatineau. Jo-Ann Kane curated the showcase, upgrading the former selection and adding art pieces from partners with the help of Claudio Marzano, Art Consultant for the Canada Council Art Bank, and Valérie Camden, Visual Arts and Cultural Heritage Manager for the City of Gatineau.

Photos: Lucien Lisabelle

CASINO DE MONTRÉAL

The Casino de Montréal exhibits a selection of works from the Loto-Québec Art Collection. Marie-Ève Beaupré, Curator of the Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal Collection, curated the showcase. The works on display are by some fifty Québec artists, including Levi Qumaluk, Jérôme Fortin, Paul Hardy, Simone Rochon and Barbara Todd.

CASINO DE CHARLEVOIX

The Casino de Charlevoix and the Fairmont Le Manoir Richelieu both exhibit works from the Loto-Québec Art Collection. Patricia Aubé, Curator and Educator at the Musée d’art contemporain de Baie-Saint-Paul, curated the showcase. The works on display are by some fifty Québec artists, including Marcel Barbeau, Paul Béliveau, Eveline Boulva, Kittie Bruneau, Aline Martineau, Jimmy Perron, Stella Sasseville, Michael Smith, Louis Tremblay and Bill Vazan.

Photos: René Bouchard

CASINO DE MONT‑TREMBLANT

The Casino de Mont-Tremblant exhibits some 100 works from the Loto-Québec Art Collection. While some of the pieces were tailor-made for the Casino at the time of its construction, others were selected by guest curator Andrée Matte. The works on display are by 54 artists, many of whom live in the Laurentides region, including Barbara Claus, René Derouin, Susan Edgerley, Monique Giard, Lucien Lisabelle, Geneviève Mercure, Jessica Peters and Donald Robertson.

Photos: Lucien Lisabelle