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Montreal Museums Hunt
Ghosts of Expo 67

The Globe and Mail on how the show's artists "creatively process [] the impacts of the allegedly revolutionary exposition".

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June 22, 2017

Expo 2017:
Utopia, Rebooted

The New York Times on how Montreal's museums are commemorating Expo 67, including "the most engrossing of these shows," In Search of Expo 67.

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June 22, 2017

Comment cet artiste inuit
a vécu l'Expo 67 sans y être

Vice's Brigitte Noël meets up with Geronimo Inutiq for the installation of his work at the MAC.

Watch the video here (in French)

June 22, 2017

In Search of Expo 67 at the MUSÉE D'ART CONTEMPORAIN DE MONTRÉAL

Tammer El-Sheikh highlights the work of David K. Ross, Cheryl Sim, Althea Thauberger and others in this great revue for Akimbo.

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July 4, 2017

L’inspiration d’Expo 67
au MAC

La Fabrique Culturelle interviews co-curators Monika Gagnon and Lesley Johnston, as well as four artists.

Watch the video here (in French)

June 21, 2017

Des artistes québécois et canadiens
réactivent l’Expo 67!

Alice Chantal Tchandem Kamgang of Radio-Canada International provides an overview of In Search of Expo 67.

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June 20, 2017

À la recherche
d’Expo 67

Karl Mayer of fugues mentions In Search of Expo 67.

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June 19, 2017

What made Expo 67
so special?

Shawn Apel of CBC Montreal’s Radio Noon interviews Monika Gagnon on the 50th anniversary of the opening day of Expo 67.

Listen to the full episode here

April 27, 2017

À la recherche d’Expo 67:
s’inspirer des icônes

Jérôme Delgado writes about the exhibition in Le Devoir.

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April 22, 2017

EXPO 67: 
Les premiers pas du multimédia

Paul Cauchon interviews Monika Gagnon on Expo 67’s extraordinary level of experimentation when it came to films and multimedia art in Le Devoir.

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April 22, 2017

The exhibition is organized with the support of Concordia UniversityMilieux Institute for Arts, Culture and TechnologyHexagram, the Cinémathèque québécoisePlace des Arts, the Archives of the City of Montréal, the National Film Board of Canada, the National Gallery of CanadaLibrary and Archives Canada, and Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada.

It is part of the official programming for Montréal’s 375th anniversary and for Expo 67-50 years later.

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