Through April 13, 2014, The McCord Museum of Montreal, whose mission is to provide support for collections focusing on the history of Canada and Quebec, will be holding a retrospective of the work of Claire Beaugrand-Champagne, featuring nearly 200 photographs, mostly in black-and-white, retracing 40 years of the photographer’s career. She is considered to have been the first female photojournalist in Quebec.
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