Papier 14 is a contemporary art fair in Montreal featuring the work of a hundred artists from around the world, many of them from Canada. But this year saw something remarkable at the stand belonging to the gallery owner Stephen Bulger. To the surprise of everyone, a few days before the festival it was announced that one would be able to discover fifteen photographs taken by Henri Cartier-Bresson showing Quebec in the 1960s.
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