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ARTS, CULTURE AND CIRCUS

Exhibitions

As part of its Cultural Action programs, Cirque du Soleil offers artists the opportunity to exhibit their work at its Montreal International Headquarters and at its Resident Show Division offices in Las Vegas. In addition to offering its employees the chance to discover new talents and to contributing to a creative workplace, Cirque du Soleil thus provides these artists with an interesting showcase.

Current Exhibition

Ève K. Tremblay - Fugues narratives

September 18 to November 8, 2013
Fugues narratives is connected to her continuing project Becoming Fahrenheit 451 (2007 - ), a body of work partly visual and photographic, but also immaterial by nature.
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Past Exhibitions

Cal Lane - Contenants et contenus décortiqués

April 10th to May 31st
Contenants et contenus décortiqués exhibition is a mix of various series that intends to demonstrate Cal Lane’s indignation towards the value society places on consumption and war.
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Dominique Fortin - Mues

February 20th to April 26th 2013
At first sight, it could seem thoughtless or naïve, but Dominique Fortin’s work tells us stories about life, death, rebirth, the constantly renewing cycle, the great wheel of life.
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Laurent Craste - Iconocraste

September 19th to November 9th 2012
The decorative object is at the heart of Laurent Craste artistic pursuit. His research is centered on conceptual explorations of the multiple layers of meaning of decorative objects of collection, in their sociological and historical dimensions, but also in their ideological and aesthetics ones.
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PARADE: The Collective (8th Edition)

September 12th to November 9th 2012
PARADE: The Collective, features artwork created by Cirque du Soleil employees (including performers, technicians and support staff) in Las Vegas, Orlando, Los Angeles and from the Cirque du Soleil International Headquarters in Montreal.
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Adad Hannah - The Russians

February 29th to April 30th 2012
Taking as his inspiration the early 20th Century work of Sergeii Prokudin-Gorskii, the Russian pioneer of colour photography, Hannah traveled to Russia in the summer of 2010 to begin recording small slivers of Russian life in videos and photographs.
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