Gabor Szilasi is considered a major Canadian photographer. Several museums have held retrospectives devoted to him, and his works are part of several permanent collections. The quality of his photographs of rural Quebec and Montreal architecture has been recognized by two of the most important Canadian visual arts prizes, the Prix Paul-Émile-Borduas and the Governor General’s Award.
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