Posts Tagged ‘Montreal’

 

World Press Photo 2018: Ottawa

 •  June 29

The 2018 World Press Photo exhibition is now making its way to several cities in Canada! From July 20 through August 12, you can see the winning...

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5 Interesting Reads

 •  June 22

In honour of summer, here's photo book with a photographic history of swimming pools. This is a very open, minimal photography studio...

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In the Studio with Notman

 •  June 1

As part of its Artist-in-Residence program launched in 2012, the McCord Museum is presenting In the Studio with Notman, an exhibition by...

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Roxham

 •  March 26

Over a period of 16 days between February and August 2017, photographer Michel Huneault went to Roxham Road in Quebec and stood by the border...

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Images by Angela Grauerholz on View in Montreal

 •  March 19

Through April 21, Angela Grauerholz' work is on view at Art45 in Montreal. The works on view are representative of the artist's concentration on...

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5 Interesting Reads

 •  February 16

Photographer James Brittain went to Habitat 67 in Montreal to document it 50 years after its opening. Jo-Anne McArthur is the Wildlife...

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Life Before Digital

 •  February 7

Through May 6, the McCord Museum in Montreal is featuring Michel Campeau’s Life Before Digital. In this exhibition, Campeau shares his own images...

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Gabor Szilasi Exhibition in Montreal

 •  November 30

From December 7 to April 8, approximately forty of Gabor Szilasi’s images will be on view at the McCord Museum in Montreal.

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Montreal’s Profoto A1 Launch!

 •  November 8

On Thursday, November 16, Profoto Canada will launch the new A1 in Montreal from 5:30 to 9 p.m. at Plaza Universel (5000 Sherbrooke Est). Profoto...

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Location/Dis-location(s)

 •  September 14

At the McCord Museum in Montreal through November 12, Jayce Salloum’s Location/Dis-location(s): Beyond the Pale explores identity,...

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