A street-side exhibit of 14 portraits of inspiring Montrealers by the photographer Monic Richard

July 26, 2017

On July 24, for the first time in Quebec, more than 200 bus shelters from the four corners of the city of Montreal were transformed in support of an innovative exhibition of works by renown photographer, Monic Richard. Built the day of Montreal’s 375th anniversary, this urban exhibition offers one artist’s view of the city with a glimpse at some of the people that make Montreal inspiring!

Running until the end of summer, the exhibit will feature 14 portraits of Montrealers that have made an impact on contemporary Montreal. From Bruny Surin to Iona Monahan and including Leonard Cohen, the personalities that that have been selected from the photographer personal portfolio are diverse, unique and inspiring, each in their own way.