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In the Spotlight
This exhibition retraces the career of Catalan photographer Agustí Centelles (Valencia, Spain, 1909-Barcelona, 1985) between 1936 and 1939, including his experience of the Spanish Civil War and his internment in the Bram camp in France. (Full Story)
This exhibition dedicated to an icon of popular culture allows the public to discover how the hero was created and decipher the myth that he embodies. (Full Story)
On the last Sunday every May, Montrealers celebrate art, history and science with Montréal Museums Day, when some 30 museums offer free access to the public, while six bus routes take visitors from place to place free of charge. (Full Story)
By the time World War II began on September 1, 1939, Germany had purged itself of its Jewish professors, scientists, and scholars. Some of these academics, deprived of their livelihoods by the Nazis, found refuge in the United States. But in this new world, they faced an uncertain future.  (Full Story)
In 1969, John Lennon and Yoko Ono’s famous Bed-in, held in Suite 1742 of Montreal’s Queen Elizabeth Hotel, made headlines around the world. Forty years later, from April 2 to June 21, 2009, the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts celebrates this legendary event with Imagine: The Peace Ballad of John & Yoko, organized in collaboration with Yoko Ono. (Full Story)
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