In honor of the team's 110th Anniversary, the Montreal Canadiens are teaming up with Station 16 Contemporary Urban Art Gallery to offer their fans an exclusive collaboration, where art meets hockey.
As part of the Canadiens' FANatic Saturdays, 12 custom works of art have been commissioned by a talented roster of artists from Montreal and abroad and will be available in a limited run.
Drawing inspiration from the Saturday night rivalries themselves, each of the "les Éditions Samedi Limité" prints will be produced with passion to represent the unique fabric of the city and the team. The 12 original works of art, as well as their creators, will be unveiled throughout the season. The limited-edition fine art prints, from sets of 110, will be available exclusively at Tricolore Sports at the Bell Centre.
Video: The Canadiens and Station 16 are joining forces
ABOUT STATION 16
Station 16 Gallery is a contemporary urban art gallery that features an international roster of artists primarily influenced by street art and graffiti. From its beginning, in 2008, as a creative silkscreen print shop, its story took a decisive turn when it began inviting artists to collaborate on fine art prints. In 2013, Station 16 took residence in its current space and has been showcasing innovative artwork ever since, bridging art practices with communities in a democratic attempt to make art more accessible. With the eyes of a coach, the artist-run gallery is constantly on the lookout to identify, mentor and help develop singular talents while reinventing itself. It breathes fresh air into the Montreal art scene, exhibiting works of art that challenge the traditional white cube gallery space.