The strange and wonderful treasures from the Natural History Museum in London tell the story of the naturalists, explorers, collectors and even artists who discovered them.
Poisons frighten and fascinate us, whether they are a means of defense or power, a targeted or biological weapon, an environmental threat or a potential medical breakthrough.
Magnificent, bizarre, ordinary or famous: items from Musée de la civilisation's collection come out of the shadows to reveal their deepest secrets.
The theme of look-alikes and portraits launches a story that combines the history of antiquity with the distractions of today.
After stops in Paris, Geneva, and London, the Hergé Museum is packing its bags for a stint in Québec City!
Artist Libby Oliver takes stock of people from all walks of life, using her subjects' entire wardrobes to sculpt shells around them, creating daunting photographic portraits.
Discover the inspirations of a great Quebec fashion designer in this exploration of his intuitive and sensitive approach.
A journey deep into this fascinating and unique organ, capable of the most extraordinary achievements and the darkest detours.
Let London be your guide to its creative scenes and to the social, cultural and economic transformations that have shaped this diverse and multi-faceted metropolis from 1950 to today.