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10/07/2016 00:00:00 10th Anniversary Special Group Exhibition Central East Free

Representing the best of the new generation of contemporary Quebec artists, we are proud to present our 10th Anniversary Special Group Exhibition with over 100 new works by 20 Quebecois artists, displayed in both our Stone and Cooperage Spaces. As Canada's only gallery specializing exclusively in Quebec artwork, the gallery gained international recognition for its unique ability to provide a location in which the spirit and culture of Quebec is encapsulated. Always on the leading edge of the artwork coming out of the province, we push the boundaries to find contemporary work that is both innovative and exceptional. You are invited to join us for the event of the decade, as we celebrate the very best in contemporary Quebec art and sculpture!

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