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Viktor Kolar
du 26 novembre 1973 au 15 décembre 1973
Czech Eye

Ce document est uniquement disponible en anglais :
«Dear Visitors, the photographs you’re coming to see were taken in Toronto and Montreal between 1969 and 1973. Mostly, they’re the result of well-programmed work, and also the output of those long walks along the streets. Before I came, Canada to me was soaring Rockies, endless yellow wheat fields and little farm houses – that’s how I saw it. But no people; there were no Canadians in my mind before I came. During my first five years in Canada, I was confronted with an unexpected reality – the urban way of life. Nevertheless these 52 photographs are meant to please and disturb, in turn attempting to evoke those moments when the heart inside us beats, sometimes faster – and sometimes stops beating altogether. Thank you for being here.»
- Document interne (Optica) : mot de bienvenue signé par l'artiste, 26 novembre 1973