October 29th – November 22nd: 

October 29th, 2020 - November 22nd, 2020
No Vernissage
Station 16 Gallery: 3523 Boul. St-Laurent, Montreal, Quebec, H2X 2T6
Metro: St-Laurent or Sherbrooke
Free Entry


Station 16 Gallery announces the opening of The Bootleggers III, the third instalment in a series of  exhibitions by Stikki Peaches. In this follow up to The Bootleggers and The Bootleggers II, this third exhibit turns its attention towards the artist’s interest in bootleg toys. The Bootleggers III will present a new body of works on paper inspired by the nostalgia of childhood toys, created using a traditional collage process with unconventional three-dimensional additions, like found objects, his children’s toys and miscellaneous studio ephemera. Due to strict regulations, there will be no vernissage, and the show will instead open during our operating hours from October 29th until November 22nd. 


29 octobre 2020 – 22 novembre 2020
Pas de vernissage 
Galerie Station 16: 3523 Boul. St-Laurent, Montréal, Québec, H2X 2T6
Métro St-Laurent ou Sherbrooke
Entrée Gratuite


La Galerie Station 16 annonce l'ouverture de The Bootleggers III, une exposition solo pour le street artiste Stikki Peaches. Dans cette suite de The Bootleggers et The Bootleggers II, cette troisième exposition tourne son attention vers l’intérêt de l’artiste pour les jouets. Bootleggers III mettra en vedette une nouvelle série d’œuvres sur papier. Ces pièces uniques sont créées en utilisant un processus de collage traditionnel avec des additions trois-dimensionnelles non conventionnelles tels que des jouets réels, des couvercles de pot de peinture et toutes autres matières qui se trouve dans son studio. En raison de réglementations strictes, il n'y aura pas de vernissage, et l’expo ouvrira pendant nos heures d'ouverture du 29 octobre au 22 novembre.


August 14th – September 13th: 


VACCINE, a new solo show by Canadian artist DENIAL (Daniel Joseph Bombardier, 1976). A collection of original pop-art paintings, sculptures, prints and collectibles, all poking fun at our current social and political issues, a show not to be missed.

 Daniel Joseph Bombardier (Born September 27 1976) is a Canadian pop / mural artist whose aerosol and stencil art works critique contemporary politics, capitalism, consumerism and the human condition under the artists pseudonym and alter ego DENIAL. His artistic career began in 1999 during his involvement in the graffiti and street art movement. DENIAL’ studio is based in the border city of Windsor, Ontario, Canada next to Detroit, Michigan and spends much of the year traveling, painting murals, and exhibiting throughout North America and internationally. Having done solo shows in Detroit, New York, Chicago, Houston, Austin, New York, Toronto, Melbourne, Dubai, Miami and Vancouver. DENIAL is also very active in painting large scale murals and street art which often depict bold, bright, subversive pop inspired imagery intended to stun the viewer into contemplating the deeper meaning of its content and meaning. 

In 1999, Daniel adopted the moniker 'DENIAL' as a means of poking fun at advertising, politics and media messages that contemporary society is often 'in denial' about. Since then he has maintained an ongoing global street-campaign of over 500, 000 stickers, placards and murals, using the alpha-numeric characters 'D3N!@L'. Intended as a conceptual means of marketing absurdism, DENIAL also challenges traditional notions of graffiti and public art through his dynamic and often satirical visual subversions. A self-described subversive punk pop artist, DENIAL’ works challenge the comfortably numb consumer masses by holding up a mirror up to the viewer using comedic artistic expression, wit and provoking imagery in a unique, unforgettable aesthetic. 



March 19th – April 5th: 
Figurative (A Group show)


This year's March show will feature a group of our favourite artists. Celebrate spring's arrival with some new original pieces to decorate your home or inspire you for the new season beginning! Featuring XRAY, WIA, Stikki Peaches, Kevin Ledo, Mort, Jason Wasserman, Jamie Janx Johnston, Bryan Beyung and more!

***The vernissage must be cancelled due to the current situation. All works are available online now!**

March 23rd: (CANCLED)
Édition Samedi Limité, Montreal Canadiens


April 9th to 26th: 
Édition Samedi Limité, Montreal Canadiens


For its 110th anniversary, the Montréal Canadiens teamed up with Station 16 Contemporary Urban Art Gallery to offer their fans the first collaboration of its kind, where art hits the ice. Celebrating the club’s history and competitive spirit, Édition Samedi Limité truly puts the puck in the wheelhouse by showcasing a full-strength roster of twelve artists from Montréal and abroad. Each of them, called upon to seize a Saturday night home game and draw inspiration from the the city's undisputed favourites dueling a rival away team.

The twelve 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 the Bell Centre Canadiens team store.


May 1st to 24th:
Whatisadam & Stikki Peaches




June 4th to 25th:




July 9th to 26th:


August 14th to 30th:
Ryan Labrosse