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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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Becoming

350 Years of Art Practice in Québec

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This room contains a collection of painted and photographic portraits of well-known men and women, and of some lesser-known or unknown individuals considered either typical of their time or class, or unique.

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Believing

350 Years of Art Practice in Québec

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This room relates how various art practices emerged in the 17th century, a period dominated mainly by the importation of art works from France.

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350 Years of Artistic Practices in Québec

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To mark its 85th anniversary in 2018, the MNBAQ opened five new exhibition rooms devoted to ancient and modern art.

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From Ferron to BGL

Contemporary Art in Québec

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More than 60 key works from 1960 to today by essential figures in the history of Québec art. An innovative panorama of the history of Quebec's contemporary art.

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Inuit Art. The Brousseau Collection

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An exceptional display providing a whole experience of Inuit art, with a selection of more than 100 works from the Brousseau Inuit Art collection from the past 60 years.

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Decorative Arts and Design in Québec

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An exhibition devoted exclusively to Québec design and fine crafts will bring together some seventy-five objects (glasswork, ceramics, furniture, posters, etc.) by fifty artists who have left their mark on the past sixty years of Québec’s history.

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David Altmejd

The Flux and the Puddle

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David Altmejd’s masterful work The Flux and the Puddle now occupies a dedicated space in the Gérard-Morisset pavilion. This piece by the most internationally renowned and sought-after Montréal sculptor of his generation is a must-see!

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