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Vimy exhibition in Ottawa

In conjunction with the world premiere of Vern Thiessen’s play Vimy, the Great Canadian Theatre Company has been hosting the images of Martin Conboy’s work since November 11.

The exhibition ends on January 23, 2011.

The exhibition is a dramatic and contemporary representation of the Vimy monument in France.

The Canadian National Vimy Memorial

Design: Walter Allward (Canadian sculptor); lighting: Martin Conboy Lighting Design (Canadian artist); photos: Philippe Fruitier (French photographer)

Organized by curator Don Monet, the exhibition is on display at the Lorraine “Fritzi” Yale Gallery on the second floor of the Great Canadian Theatre Company:

The Lorraine ’Fritzi’ Yale Gallery
1233, Wellington Street West (on the corner of Holland Avenue), 2nd floor

Entrance is free and paintings are for sale.

Hours of operation:
Monday to Friday: 10am to 6pm
Saturday: 10am to 4pm Sunday: 12pm to 4pm

- For more information, please contact Cube Gallery at 613-728-1750.

Please come and share in this double memorial to Canadian war veterans.

Images are also available for viewing online at the following address:

- Vimy Ridge memorial cast in a whole new light, article by Peter Simpson - Ottawa Citizen Ottawa Citizen (11-11-2010)

publié le 06.12.2010

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