Using banknotes, the Congolese artist questions his history and that of his country.
For the exhibition Cris et Féminités, the artist questions the relationship between Man and his fate.
Dive alongside Jean-Michel Cousteau, son of the illustrious Jacques Cousteau, in a breathtaking underwater adventure.
The exhibition points to the moments and artists that changed the course of the history of Rock 'n' Roll in Québec.
A musical drama reflecting the splendour and vulnerability of one of America’s biggest stars who sparkled, yet ultimately fell, at end of the rainbow.
An overview of the career of Montreal painterl, whose oeuvre focuses on family portraits against a background of historical afflictions –Nazism, deportation and flight.
This exhibition features 70 pieces in a survey of work by three renowned Canadian ceramists.
Anne-Sophie Mutter, violinLynn Harrell, celloYefim Bronfman, piano
Travesties is a dazzling exploration of art, philosophy and politics.
Twenty-one swings to celebrate spring and live the experience of musical cooperation.
The city’s reputation as a creative hub is buoyed by digital innovation.
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