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Front opens at the Ottawa Art Gallery

Field2.JPGThe land in Europe was torn up by trenches, bullets, and explosions during World War I. Now you can see what the battle sites look like almost a century later. We'll meet the photographer behind Front... a new exhibit at the Ottawa Art Gallery. Rémi Thériault is a photographer based in Ottawa. He traveled to World War One sites in Europe to photograph the land where many battles were fought. Those photos are now part of a new exhibit called Front. It opened February 6th at the Ottawa Art Gallery.

 

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