Out of the bush garden. Contemporary artists from central-eastern Canada. Ediz. multilingue

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Una nuova, ampia e articolata collezione che Imago Mundi dedica al Canada: 216 opere per raccogliere la creatività e i fermenti espressivi degli artisti del versante centro-orientale del Paese: Ontario, Québec, Nuova Scozia, New Brunswick, Isola del Principe Edoardo, Terranova e Labrador. Un mosaico complesso ed erratico dal quale emergono le diverse anime artistiche di un Paese immenso e di una società multiculturale, così come le contaminazioni e gli incroci di differenti linguaggi, colori e forme. Come un lungo viaggio tra opere e ispirazioni che sembrano dirci: guardaci e alla luce del Grande Nord scopri qualcosa di noi e di te. Qualcosa di particolare e, al tempo stesso, universale.

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