Jim Carrey has made a career of being the whacky funny guy but in his private life, the Canadian comedy legend is a philosophical and contemplative type who creates incredibly pointed political art.\nSince 2016, his 18 million Twitter followers have been privileged to experience Carrey's subversive and satirical political cartoons which predominantly feature characterized versions of Donald Trump and his henchmen in various situations. His cartoons are a direct indictment of America's current political climate.\nCarrey is showcasing over 50 of his best pieces in his first-ever Montreal exhibition at the Phi Centre. Running from June 20th to September 1st, This Light Never Goes Out: Political Cartoons of Jim Carrey is a must-see event!\nAccording to Jim Carrey, he wants to "express my feelings of outrage through my art." A long-time American citizen, Carrey's cartoons react to the Trump phenomenon that's plaguing their nation.\nPublishing his art on Twitter allows him to reach a legion of fans and even opponents. Along with his drawings, he includes a scathing caption that relates to what's in the piece.\nLet’s all drink a toast to the new king of lies,and the minions who help him while democracy dies,and our kids who’ll be taught that the wicked are wisebecause Potus was Jack from ‘Lord of The Flies’. How much poison are you willing to swallow?! pic.twitter.com/CvS6Wze9jm— Jim Carrey (@JimCarrey) April 24, 2019\nOn the Phi Centre's official website, they explain that "the exhibition demonstrates how creative civic engagement can influence public debate." Indeed, Carrey's chosen means of distribution (Twitter) makes his art all that much more relevant to modern political discourse.\nInnocent people are now being slaughtered, families ruined and childrens’ lives destroyed. All in his name. If the Craven Republican Senate allows this vile miscreant to continue encouraging devisiveness, the “Trump Presidency” will become an EXTINCTION LEVEL EVENT. pic.twitter.com/RW4cHF0WDq— Jim Carrey (@JimCarrey) March 17, 2019\nIn the above piece, he depicts Trump as a giant asteroid that's about to collide with Earth, calling his presidency an "extinction level event."\nFor a sneak peak and to learn more about the exhibition, watch the MTLBLog video below:\nREAD ALSO: Samuel L. Jackson Is Filming A Movie In Montreal This Summer\nRecently, Jim Carrey has shifted his attention from comedic acting to art. He most recently appeared in Showtime's Kidding and is set to appear in the new Sonic The Hedgehog film as Doctor Robotnik.\nWhile many of us know him from films such as Ace Ventura, The Mask, and Dumb and Dumber we can now get to know Jim Carrey the visual artist at his Phi Centre exhibition in Montreal!\nTHIS JUST IN! GROSS GOON STRIKES MORON MOTHER LODE! pic.twitter.com/ZkGDhtsU7h— Jim Carrey (@JimCarrey) February 7, 2019\nNot one to pull any punches, Carrey's art is satirical, subversive, and totally worth checking out, no matter your opinions on his "muse," Donald Trump.\n“WE’RE LOSING HER!” pic.twitter.com/72skEAJR4o— Jim Carrey (@JimCarrey) December 21, 2018\nREAD ALSO: Justin Trudeau's Mom Is Performing At Montreal's Just For Laughs Festival\nExciting news. The Phi Center in Montreal will be exhibiting my political cartoons this summer. Have a look https://t.co/lea0UOKBGW This Light Never Goes Out starts tomorrow. #jimcarreycartoons #phicentre #thislightnevergoesout. pic.twitter.com/lziEcVnQQU— Jim Carrey (@JimCarrey) June 19, 2019\nDon't miss out on This Light Never Goes Out: Political Cartoons of Jim Carrey now on from June 20th to September 1st!\nEverything you need to know\nWHAT: This Light Never Goes Out: Political Cartoons of Jim Carrey\nWHERE: Phi Centre, 315 rue St-Paul O.\nHOW MUCH: $12.40 per person.\nFor more information, check out the Phi Centre's official website.