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QUEBEC CITY, April 9, 2024 /PRNewswire/ — The eleventh edition of the Quebec City Biennial, a must-see event of the Canadian winter, is reaching its peak with just one month left until its closing on April 28, 2024. Bringing together to artists from around the world, this nine-week event has left its mark on Quebec City’s cultural landscape since its inauguration on February 23.

Led with vision by curator Marie Muracciole under the theme “The Forces of the Dream”, this edition offers a unique perspective, inviting visitors on an artistic journey that transcends geographical boundaries. From internationally renowned artists to emerging talents, the Biennale highlights the diversity and vitality of artistic creation, fostering a stimulating dialogue between European, local and global influences.

Photo Library: https://bitly.ws/3hEIN

Central Exhibition:

Abbas Akhavan, born in Tehran, Iran – lives in Montreal Alexis Gros-Louis, born in Wendake – lives in Montreal Ali Eyal, born in Baghdad, Iraq – lives in Los Angeles Catarina Simão, born in Lisbon – lives in Mozambique and Lisbon, Christine Rebet, born in Lyon – lives in New YorkDawit L. Petros, born in Asmara, Eritrea – lives in Montreal and ChicagoElodie Pong, born in Boston – lives in ZurichEmily Wardill, born in Great Britain – lives in LisbonEveline Boulva, born and lives in Quebec CityFrancis Alÿs, born in Antwerp, Belgium – lives in MexicoFrançois Morelli, born and lives in MontrealJoachim Koester et Stefan A. Pedersen, born and lives in CopenhagenJoseph Tisiga, born in Edmonton – lives in MontrealJumana Manna, born in Princeton – lives in BerlinKapwani Kiwanga, born in Hamilton, Ontario – lives in ParisLiz Magor, born in Winnipeg – lives in VancouverMounira Al Solh, born in Beirut, Lebanon – Lives in Beirut, Lebanon and AmsterdamMoyra Davey, born in Toronto – lives in New YorkNour Bishouty, born in Amman, Jordan – lives in TorontoPascale Leblanc Lavigne, born and lives in Quebec CityPaul Cox, born and lives in ParisRaqs, born and lives in New DelhiRodney Graham, born and lives in British ColumbiaSarah F. Maloney, born in Port-Cartier, Qc – lives in Sept-Îles, QcSuzanne Lafont, born in Nîmes – lives in Paris and BrusselsTuumaasi Kudluk, born and died in NunavikXavier Le Roy, born in Montpellier – lives in BerlinYto Barrada, born in Paris – lives in Tangier and New York

Full program: https://manifdart.org/manif-dart-11/

Press Contact: Emmanuelle Herbert, Director of Communications, communications@manifdart.org

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