On June 20th, ExMuro invites you to the inauguration of the Aire publique at Maison Hazeur.

This innovative space, located in the heart of Place Royale, will be dedicated to contemporary art exhibitions. It will provide a symbolic setting rich in history, conducive to extraordinary artistic experiences.

The opening of this space also marks the beginning of a series of interventions and installations scattered throughout the neighborhood and the city.

A unique programme

Éloge du Déplacement – Philippe Ramette

From May 28th to September 28th, 2024

Quebec City 
A living artwork that will move as if by magic through the city, inviting you to redefine your perception of space.


Le Mignonisme – Philippe Katerine

From June 20th to October 6th, 2024

Petit Champlain and Place Royale
Discover the playful and colorful universe of Monsieur Rose, an icon of the French artistic movement. Giant inflatable installations will be scattered throughout the areas of Quartier Petit Champlain and Place Royale, offering an enchanting visual journey.


Alissa Bilodeau – Abysses

From June 20th to March 30th, 2025

Aire publique
Immerse yourself in the abyssal depths of an imaginary cavern sculpted by Alissa Bilodeau. Through an innovative use of textiles, the artist creates a fantastical ecosystem where biomorphic creatures, oversized vegetation, and mineral formations intertwine.



Résurgence –  Jérôme Trudelle

From June 20th to March 30th, 2025

Aire publique 
An enigmatic chronosculpture composed of archaeological fragments of ancient windows, inviting visitors to reflect on the concept of time and collective memory.



Built on Genocide– Jay Soule

From June 20th to March 30th, 2025

Aire publique – Vaults of Maison Hazeur
A striking memorial work that invites reflection on the troubling correlation between the decimation of bison in the 19th century and the genocide of First Nations in Canada.



L’Invasion des Bancs – Dieter Missiaen

From July 5th to July 11th, 2024 – 2:30 PM to 4:30 PM

Urban Intervention – Place Royale
A brigade carrying portable benches invites you to a moment of spontaneous discussion.


Practical Information

Address: Place Royale, 27 Notre-Dame Street

Admission: Free