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Jon Cleveland

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1967 est l’année du fameux “Vive le Québec libre” annonçant le vent de changement qui soufflera sur le Québec et sur ses pratiques religieuses. Venez découvrir notre cathédrale nouveau genre, où le crucifix sera présenté sous une panoplie de couleurs, de formes et de grosseurs. Une installation immersive à saveur Pop Art des années 60 !

Une exposition présenté par Jon Cleveland
En association avec la galerie MainLine

Une exposition spéciale pour la nuit blanche de Montréal, le 4 mars 2017


À partir de 19 h jusqu'à 1 h

À la galerie MainLine,
3905 St-Laurent Boulevard,
Montréal, Qc,
H2W 1X9

Pour plus de détails, visitez, http://www.montrealenlumiere.com/fr-CA/Programmation/Activite/7461


1967 is the year of the famous "Vive le Québec libre" announcing the wind of change that will blow Quebec and its religious practices. Come and discover our new type of cathedral, where the crucifix will be presented under a panoply of colors, shapes and sizes. An immersive installation with a touch of Pop Art from the 60's!

An art expo presented by Jon Cleveland
in association with MainLine Gallery

A special expo for nuit blanche Montréal, on March 4, 2017


From 7PM-1AM

At the MainLine Gallery
3905 St-Laurent Boulevard,
Montreal, Qc,
H2W 1X9

For more details, visit: http://www.montrealenlumiere.com/fr-CA/Programmation/Activite/7461


  • Saturday 4 March 2017 / 19:00

360 minutes
Retardataires / Latecomers : 360 minutes

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