Arts & culture
The art of living. Living the art.
If L’Orage goes towards culture, culture comes to L’Orage. Being an artist himself, Jean Paul Labaye, owner of L’Orage, makes a the cohabitation of art, eroticism and sexuality a focal point at the club.
As a future project, L’Orage will organize in Montreal, a festival of art and sexuality… more to follow! You will find in this section, different collaborations between producers of films, television shows, sculptors, photographers, designers, illustrators, etc…
We have amongst one of our members, a French cartoon strip artist, well known for his publications in the magazine called “Metal Hurlant” (for those who remember). He has equally received many prizes at the cartoon strip festival called d’Angoulême. In Quebec, he was finally known for his cartoon strip called “Magasin Général” (General Store).
Jean Louis Tripp will launch his next cartoon strip at L’Orage, in September 2017. We will also have the honor of having his illustrations exclusively for our bathrooms at L’Orage!
Jean Louis is very proud to have his work exposed at L’Orage, as we are proud to have his drawings!
For its new logo, L’Orage called upon artist Béatrice Favereau. The elegance, finesse and sensuality of her pen-swipe have charmed since their first viewing.
The instructions consisted of designing a couple, sensual, unequivocal, but with, of course, a bit of reservation since it would be found on the exterior sign on the front of the building. Mission accomplished! We had to choose from many proposals.
Here is a logo which we are very proud to have!
Quebec director Ricardo Trogi chose L’Orage for a scene in his movie “Le Mirage” (2015). The choice of L’Orage was not publicized, and he was careful not to identify the club.
He chose L’Orage for its erotic atmosphere. A sort of inspiration for the actors… and it shows in the results… We believe!
The show “Moi&Cie” chose L’Orage for a series of its 13 episodes dedicated to sexuality. Again, it’s the club’s focal point, and the eroticism emitting from each corner of the club which are at the origin of its choice.
“True stories of sex” presents 13 episodes of 30minutes where normal every day people come to tell stories with simplicity and complicity, of sexual encounters that defined them…and where they were the heroes.
“True stories of sex” glorifies sexuality, and pays homage to exacerbated sensuality and sexual flourishing. Each story distinguishes itself by its unique character, magical and surprising. Chills are guaranteed!
A total of forty stories celebrating sexuality are revealed in a tone of confidence and pleasure.
In keeping with the Festival of Erotic Art of Montreal, we have had the pleasure to receive many artists such as: François Poulin – BodyPainter, Argaive – photographer, and Geneviève Santerre.
Geneviève is a multi-disciplinary artist that does not really have any limits, as long as eroticism and sexuality are the highlight!
We will see her again at the club – that’s for sure!