A rich cultural calendar awaits at the MMFA! The oldest art museum in Canada is proposing a creative journey laid out over its five interconnecting pavilions, featuring artwork from every continent.
This fall, the MMFA is presenting a large-scale exhibition devoted to the importance of music in Jean-Michel Basquiat’s life and work, and an ambitious celebration of Inuit musical expression in all its forms.
You can also marvel at the work of legendary American photographer Diane Arbus, who captured some of the most compelling images of the last century, and immerse yourself in a multisensory installation by Canadian visual artist Shary Boyle. In keeping with its mission to promote Canada’s heritage, the MMFA is also showcasing the work of Albert Dumouchel, a pioneer of printmaking in Quebec.
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