Open all day on September 17, from noon to 9 pm with a series of guided tours in the presence of the curator.
Special openings on Saturday, September 19, 2020 (European Heritage Days) and Saturday, October 3, 2020 (Nuit Blanche)
This exhibition celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Canadian Cultural Centre in Paris brings together new photographs by 36 major Canadian contemporary artists, as well 50 special images shared by Canadian and French citizens.
Created during the lockdown, the exhibition show how our vision of the world has changed, through the artists’ images showing current and personal visions of their world, in Canada. A symbolic project produced specifically for France and consciously addressed to the French. The exhibition also pays tribute to the longstanding friendship between Canada and France thanks to images created by the French for Canadians and by Canadians for the French.
Images by Jocelyne Alloucherie, Stephen Andrews, Sara Angelucci, Ming Arcand & Denys Arcand, IAIN BAXTER& (the &man), Robert Bean, Dominique Blain, Marie-Claire Blais, Dianne Bos, Michel Campeau, Bertrand Carrière, Millie Chen, Serge Clément, Robin Collyer, Louis Couturier & Jacky G. Lafargue, Donigan Cumming, Stan Douglas, Pascal Grandmaison, Angela Grauerholz, Adad Hannah, Isabelle Hayeur, Geoffrey James, Mark Lewis, Jimmy Manning, Aude Moreau, Nadia Myre, Ian Paterson, Ed Pien, Michael Snow, Lisa Steele & Kim Tomczak, Jana Sterbak, Public Studio (Elle Flanders & Tamira Sawatzky), Adrian Stimson, Diana Thorneycroft, Michèle Waquant, Johannes Zits
With a special pan-Canadian project by Geoffrey James
With a Canada-France citizen component bringing together 50 participants, including a special contribution from Franco-Canadian artist Hervé Fischer.
Curator: Catherine Bédard