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Wandering

A Rohingya Story

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Multidisciplinary exhibition, featuring photographs, film excerpts, soundscapes, testimonies, children's drawings as well as a hundred dioramas by the artist Karine Giboulo. Immersion in the daily life of the Rohingya refugees.

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Ensemble[s]

Family Gallery

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Numerous objects inhabit our everyday lives, from the utterly banal to the exceedingly precious. Through a selection of five works from the Prêt d’œuvres d’art collection, Ensemble[s] reveals how this generous inventory transforms itself into inspiring material.

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Numa Amun

Recipient of the third MNBAQ Contemporary Art Award

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The Musée national des beaux-arts du Québec, in collaboration with RBC, its financial partner, is proud to present the exhibition of artist Numa Amun, recipient of the third MNBAQ Contemporary Art Award.

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Doyon-Rivest

Pavlova: ephemeral artwork

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Doyon-Rivest’s work explores the principle of the reward pathway: activities that trigger the release of dopamine in our body induce a state of euphoria and generate seeking of immediate pleasure.

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Where Do We Come From? What Are We? Where Are We Going?

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The exhibition is named after a major work by Jean McEwen, which will be presented in the introduction. These existential questions focus on our identity and invite us to examine it differently.

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Challenging

350 Years of Art Practice in Québec

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In the first half of the 20th century, challenges to an institutional academicism that had come to be seen as backward looking favoured the emergence of new cultural networks that advocated a conception of art foregrounding visual experimentation and artistic independence.

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Feeling

350 Years of Art Practice in Québec

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The presentation of various technical approaches that showcase the strengths and constraints specific to each discipline in the depiction of landscape offers a complete panorama of the evolution of this major genre in the history of Québec art.

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Imagining

350 ans de pratiques artistiques au Québec

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In this room, visitors will see an artist’s studio—that of Napoléon Bourassa—a political space and a religious space that, taken together, show the many forms assumed by art practices associated with commemoration.

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