Outdoor Exhibition

From June 18 to October 17, 2021

All Together

Photography exhibition on McGill College Avenue

What moves Montrealers to gather in the public square? After more than a year of confinement, the McCord Museum delved into its Photography collection to find the vitality of the crowd.

From large neighbourhood celebrations to social protests, the exhibition All Together on McGill College Avenue revisits the gatherings of Montrealers over the past 100 years.

Relive special moments that are an integral part of our city’s identity through 20 large-format photographs.

  • Jean Goupil, <i>Carifiesta parade, René-Lévesque Boulevard</i>, Montreal, June 25, 1988. Gift of La Presse, M2020.95.X © McCord Museum
  • Richard Godin, <i>Montreal International Jazz Festival, Saint-Denis Street</i>, Montreal, July 4, 1989. Gift of La Presse, M2020.95.X © McCord Museum
  • Jean Goupil, <i>Spectators at the Saint-Jean-Baptiste Day parade</i>, Montreal, June 24, 1993. Gift of La Presse, M2020.95.X © McCord Museum
  • Ronald Ernest Fleischman, <i>False Armistice, celebrations on Peel Street</i>, Montreal, April 28, 1945. Gift of Ronald Ernest Fleischman, MP-1997.24.5013 © McCord Museum
  • Burt Covit, <i>Flyers, St. Patrick’s Day Parade</i>, Montreal, March 16, 2003. Gift of Burt Covit, M2006.80.8 © McCord Museum
  • Denis Plain, <i>Solidarity march, International Women’s Day, Saint-Denis Street</i>, Montreal, March 8, 1978. Gift of Denis Plain, M2014.62.3.13 © McCord Museum

What about you? Are you finally getting together with your loved ones this summer while following public health measures? Share those precious moments on Instagram with the keyword #FramingEverydayLife.

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