The upstairs gallery space at Maison de la culture de Notre-Dame-deGrâce is beautiful but tricky to install an exhibition in. It is a large, oddly intimate space, as it opens up and then curves away from the entrance. Well lit but somehow sombre in tone, one side of the room presents a series of geometrically angled walls that contrast with the more rectangular sections of wall opposite. An interesting and challenging space for an artist to install a show is an exciting prospect, but making the most of it is tough.

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