“Fugues se Souvient: 30 Years of Homosexaulity in Québec” | 19th June | Montréal

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A testimony to the evolution of the GLBT community within Quebecois society, the exhibition Fugues se Souvient covers notable moments from the last thirty years.

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Against a backdrop of almost 400 magazine covers, the visitor will traverse pivotal stages of social change by encountering themes that include HIV/AIDS, the recognition of same sex couples, the birth and evolution of the Village, the pink economy, gender identity, male aesthetics, etc. 

TOM OF FINLAND (Touko Laaksonen, Finnish, 1920 – 1991), Untitled From Kake vol. 24 - Kake in Canada), 1984, Pen & ink on paper, ToFF permanent collection #84.49, © 1984 Tom of Finland Foundation

TOM OF FINLAND (Touko Laaksonen, Finnish, 1920 – 1991), Untitled (Detail from Kake vol. 24 – Kake in Canada), 1984, Pen & ink on paper, Tom of Finland permanent collection #84.49, © 1984 Tom of Finland Foundation

From marginality to equalityFugues remembers.

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