Cadillac (Jean Cartier)

Jean Cartier

Murals (1976)

Enamelled steel
Restored with the financial support of the ministère de la Culture et des Communications du Québec
Location: mezzanine

The two corridors leading to the station’s exits each contain a mural by Jean Cartier. The artist created oval-shaped patterns in warm colours for the south exit and in cool colours for the north exit.

Did you know?

Each mural is made up of four panels that can be moved around to create different patterns.

About the artist

Born in Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu, Jean Cartier (1924-1996) had a brilliant career as a ceramist spanning nearly fifty years. Several of his works were integrated into the architecture of buildings including station Papineau and station Cadillac.

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