Greystone: Tools for Under­standing the City

Event, Paul Desmarais Theatre, 12 October, 6pm

To mark the opening of Greystone: Tools for Understanding the City, Phyllis Lambert, curator of the exhibition, discusses her work with CCA curators Giovanna Borasi and Francesco Garutti. Conceived as a photographic mission conducted through Montreal neighbourhoods in 1973 and 1974, the photographic series of greystone buildings reveals the relationship between city growth, individual actors, social change, and a building material.

The conversation will be followed by the opening of the exhibition, at 7pm.

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