“ Kadınların biraz acele edip artık yönetimi ele geçirmelerini istiyorum “ #leonardcohen
MAC montreal’deki olağanüstü Leonard Cohen multımedia sergisinin çıkışında , kafamızın içinde bu sözü yankılanıyordu. Gerçekten kadınların her anlamda yönetimi ele geçirmeleri zamanı çoktan gelmedi mi ?. En azından son 4 bin yıldır erkek egemenliğinde , her boyutta felaketin eşiğine gelen dünyanın yeri ve hali gözlerimizin önündeyken başka sebep göstermeye gerek var mı ? ———————————————————————- “ I wish the women would hurry up and take over.” #leonardcohen
Great Leonard Cohen multimedia exhibition at MAC Montreal. #macmontreal .
I’m so glad we happened to be in Montreal to catch the Leonard Cohen exhibit at @macmontreal. I didn’t think I could appreciate him more than I already do, but this lovely city has made that possible. #leonardcohen#montreal#macmontreal
J'aime le travail de Jenny Holzer depuis l'ère de mes études en art ainsi que celui de Leonard Cohen. J'ai réussi à mettre à mon horaire de visiter l'exposition au Silo5 la semaine passée. Inspirant et calmant.
I have loved Jenny Holzer's work since my art school days and who doesn't love Leonard. I managed to fit in a visit to the Silo 5 exhibition last week. Inspiring and calming. "Leonard Cohen : Un brèche en toute chose/A Crack in Everything" with Visual artist - Jenny Holzer
Random women on the bridge checking out the lyrics and poetry on the silos in #montreal . This exhibit ran for 5 nights only. It was fffffreeeezing by the river. I didn’t intend to pull out a flash and take portraits but these lovelies asked me to, and I obliged. A “We were here” moment. At the moment the lyrics changed to include St Lawrence Seaway. Yup. That’s where we be. We froze, we saw, we scaddadled. #montreal#silo5#stlawrence#stlawrenceseaway#macmontreal#acrackineverything#leonardcohen
The exhibition "Leonard Cohen : Une brèche en toute chose/A Crack in Everything" opened today at @macmontreal
This exhibition is inspired by the world of Leonard Cohen and the great themes of his life and work. This major exhibition is the first to be entirely devoted to the imagination and legacy of this great singer/songwriter, man of letters and global icon from Montréal.
Artwork by Michael Putland