HUMANORIUM – A Strange Carnival

HUMANORIUM – A Strange Carnival

HUMANORIUM is the brainchild of Ève Cadieux and Vincent Roy: a travelling exhibition that brings together the work of a dozen multidisciplinary visual artists to question what it means to be human in this day and age. This contemporary art event like no other is reminiscent of the carnivals and country fairs of the 19th and 20th centuries.


Travelling exhibition

July 11 TO 16 (Québec, Îlot Fleurie)



HUMANORIUM is a festive outdoor gathering and novel opportunity for audiences and artists to experience contemporary art in a singular setting.

First held in Quebec City in summer 2016, the project travelled to Montreal in 2017, followed by Summerside, PEI, and Saint John, NB, in 2018.

Participating artists: BGL, Dgino Cantin, Dominic Gagnon, Érick d’Orion, Eruoma Awashish and Nicolas Lévesque, finlarmoiement, Jack Burman, Joan Fontcuberta, Louis Fortier, and Marc Séguin.


Acknowledgements: Ministère des Transports du Québec.