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C2 Montréal is not your ordinary business conference, blending commerce and creativity; it has achieved a global outreach in its fifth incarnation. For this year, Decompoz had the opportunity to attend the three ... Continue reading >>

Here’s a little sneak peek of what went down at the beautiful C2 Montréal last week between May 24th and May 26th.  C2 is an annual conference that brings together commerce and creativity ... Continue reading >>

On April 28th, Station 16 Gallery launched Stenciled, a group exhibition showcasing a rare amalgamate of international talent: AIKO, Icy and Sot, Joe Iurato, Logan Hicks, and Snik. Distinctively incorporating intricate stencils in their ... Continue reading >>

Imagine it: 10 hectares of dry North African terrain, a sprawl of compressed earth and terra cotta buildings in the heart of an olive grove, marked unexpectedly with new-age street art designs and ... Continue reading >>

When one door closes, another one opens— it’s an adage that perfectly describes the once-small Venice Beach storefront opened by William Adler in the 1970’s. A somewhat successful television and film actor, Adler ... Continue reading >>

Bringing some excitement to a very grey week, CABANASUC happened yesterday at Place Montréal Trust and it was a full house. Sold out within the first week of announcing the event, guests got ... Continue reading >>

Best known for its youthful take on men’s street-wear, Atelier New Regime was founded in Montreal in 2009 by its three-man team – Setiz Taheri, Koku and Gildas Awuye. With a loyal following in Toronto, New York ... Continue reading >>

The question of how one values art properly has always followed the creative process. From valuing art as cultural currency, as a marker of personal prestige, as an investment even – the question ... Continue reading >>

Water scarcity is an issue that affects many communities around the world. As only 2.5 percent of Earth’s water is classified as fresh so finding a way to economically transform water into a ... Continue reading >>

As a movement originating in the 1980s, street art’s goal is to break down the barriers between public and private art consumption—to make art accessible to everyone and to allow the artist to ... Continue reading >>