647 Dupont Street
Hours: October 29-30 11am-5pm
Gallery Capacity: 12

Established in 2009, Caviar20 was one of the first Canadian galleries with an e-commerce platform. In addition to our continued broad digital presence and activity, we have recently opened up a new by-appointment gallery on Dupont Street to further service our local client base.  

For over a decade, Caviar20 has specialized in the secondary (resale) market. We remain one of the few galleries that specialize in helping collectors acquire important 20th century works or refine their collections. We have a particular interest in artwork created between 1960 and the turn of the millennium. Of course, we always have special things that are either a little older, or a little more contemporary... because an exceptional work of art is exceptional regardless of its birthday.

We also work directly with a small number of senior blue-chip artists, including Charles Pachter, Tony Scherman (Toronto) and Vasa Mihich (Los Angeles).

Some of the artists that we regularly offer include Frank Stella, Helen Frankenthaler, Harold Town, Joyce Wieland, Louise Nevelson, Sorel Etrog, General Idea, Jenny Holzer, Weegee, Cindy Sherman, Edward Burtynsky, Andy Warhol, Jim Dine, Jules Olitski, Marcel Dzama and Robert Motherwell to mention a few.

Exhibition: Open House Weekend
(for “A Private Collection from Quebec”)

For our inaugural exhibition, at our new Dupont Street gallery, Caviar20 will present a single-owner collection of Quebec abstraction covering a 30 year period of creation. This elegant and dynamic group of artworks attempts to promote connoisseurship and appreciation for this fruitful era of creation, beyond the narratives of Riopelle and Molinari. This selling exhibition offers important French-Canadian artists, both canonical and underrepresented, including Guy Montpetit, Fernand Leduc, Jean-Paul Mousseau,  Marcel Barbeau, Jean McEwen, Lise Gervais, Ulysse Comtois, Pierre Gendron, Jean-Paul Jérôme, Jauran (Rodolphe de Repentigny), Marcelle Ferron  and Yves Trudeau. A variety of aesthetics, mediums, and price points will be offered.

We have long championed Canadian art to an international audience. This exhibition will be also presented on several digital platforms including Artsy and Artnet, as well as

Ulysse Comtois “Trans Action Colors” acrylic on canvas, 1974, 91.5 X 61 cm

Lise Gervais ”Je Dresse le Bûcher Moral” oil on canvas, 1969, 22 X 122 cm

Fernand Leduc “Untitled” oil pastel on paper, 1966, 32 X 24 cm

Marcelle Ferron “Untitled” oil on canvas, 1973, 115 X 145 cm