Situated in Montreal’s Old Port, Galerie Leroyer displays a unique selection of contemporary art by Canadian and international artists. Formerly housing a textile manufacturer, the gallery’s historic space is an impressive setting, retaining its original architecture and neo-classical detailing. Among established and world-renowned artists you’ll also discover emerging talents, both of whom display mastery through thoughtful concepts and innovative techniques. The gallery is distinguished by its carefully curated works, which include paintings, sculptures, and photography, often challenging the concepts of contemporary art.

Brian Brisson founded Galerie LeRoyer in 2000, by then venturing with the opening of a 2nd art gallery in old Montreal. The gallery started its operation in a small space at 51 Saint-Paul St. West,  by 2005 the gallery relocated and expanded by moving in a historical building across the street to its current space at 60 Saint-Paul St. West. The gallery, has since been dedicated to the representation of contemporary Canadian and International artists that are defined by the strength of their creative uniqueness. In 2017, the two artistic adventures led by Brian Brisson, Galerie St-Dizier and LeRoyer merge. The space occupied by the St-Dizier gallery is transformed into a permanent exhibition space.


Your Event

Your Event

Located in the heart of Old Montreal in a magnificent high ceiling space of 3000 sf, Galerie LeRoyer provides an ideal environment to host your corporate event, lavish cocktail party, "5 à 7" or intimate banquet. Entertain your guests in our historic space adorned with contemporary artworks and enhance your event with refined catering and live music.

Room capacity in Banquet version: 2 to 60 guests. Capacity of the cocktail-dinatoir room: 120 guests

We will be happy to work with you to create a unique and unforgettable event. For all enquiries regarding event-hosting at Galerie LeRoyer please contact Alexandra Conners at alexandra@galerieleroyer.com or call 514.287.1351.

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