Canada is home to some incredible art exhibitions, but one in particular stands out from the rest.  Time Out has released its list of the 13 art exhibitions worth travelling for in 2023, including special shows and installations in London, Tokyo, Paris, and beyond.

Coming in at number 11 is an upcoming exhibition at the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts called Parall(elles): A History of Women and Design.

“This major exhibition celebrates the instrumental role women have played in the world of design through a rich corpus of art works and objects dating from the mid-19th century onwards,” says the museum.

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The works of both American and Canadian women will be showcased at the exhibit, which premieres on February 18th, 2023.

The exhibit will also dive into the reasons why women are historically underrepresented in the design world.

You have until May 28th to see this exhibit for yourself, and considering it’s one of the world’s best, this is the excuse you’ve been waiting for to plan a visit to Montreal.

Below are the 13 art exhibitions worth travelling for in 2023, according to Time Out:

    1. Celebrating Picasso, Madrid
    2. Yayoi Kusama: 1945 to Now, Hong Kong
    3. LuYang Vibratory Field, Kunsthalle Basel
    4. When We See Us, Cape Town
    5. Vermeer, Amsterdam
    6. Georgia O’Keefe, New York City
    7. Egon Schiele, Tokyo
    8. Sonia Boyce, Margate
    9. After Impressionism, London
    10. Henry Taylor, Los Angeles
    11. Parall(elles), Montreal
    12. Marc Chagall, Paris
    13. Zineb Sedira, Dundee

It’s time to start dreaming up your next getaway for 2023. Art enthusiasts, you know where to go!