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Credit of the artwork (“How long does it take for one voice to reach another?” exhibition) Rebecca Belmore (born in 1960), Ayum-ee-aawach Oomama-mowan: Speaking to Their Mother, 1991, gathering, Johnson Lake, Banff National Park, Banff, Alberta, July 26, 2008. Courtesy of Walter Phillips Gallery, Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity, purchased with the support of the York Wilson Endowment Award, administered by the Canada Council for the Arts. Photo Sarah Ciurysek

Header video credits Serge Lemoyne, Dryden, 1975. MMFA, purchase, the MMFA’s Volunteer Association Fund. © Estate of Serge Lemoyne / SOCAN (2020) | Ron Martin, Ultramarine Blue, 1971. MMFA, purchase, the Canada Council for the Arts' Acquisition Assistance Program. © Ron Martin, CARCC (2020) | Guido Molinari, Green-blue Bi-serial, 1967. MMFA, purchase, Horsley and Annie Townsend Bequest. © Estate of Guido Molinari / SOCAN (2020) | Jim Dine, At the Carnival, 1996. MMFA, promised gift in honour of Phyllis Lambert. © Jim Dine / SOCAN (2020) | Yinka Shonibare, C.B.E., Pan, 2018. Loan from a private collection. © Yinka Shonibare, C.B.E. / SOCAN (2020) | Dale Chihuly, Ruby Pineapple Chandelier, from the series “Chandeliers & Towers”, 2013. MMFA, purchase in tribute to Liliane M. Stewart, made possible by the F. Cleveland Morgan Fund and the MMFA's Volunteer Association Fund. © 2020 Chihuly Studio / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York / SOCAN, Montréal. © Stephan Balkenhol / SOCAN (2020). © A. R. Penck / SOCAN (2020)

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