This exhibit is made up of photographs being presented as an exclusive at Musée de la Gaspésie and for the very first time in Canada. The 39 pictures by the celebrated photographer Raymond Jacobs possess both great documentary value and an unparalleled photographic aesthetic. Through the eye of this New Yorker, landscapes, portraits, and scenes of life take us to the heart of the Gaspé in an earlier time. Renowned for creating powerful images, Jacobs immortalizes both the hard work of Gaspé families and the area’s grandiose maritime landscape. Indeed, these photos are true historical chronicles, a striking reminder of...
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