Canadian Museum for Human Rights, Winnipeg

The Museum’s Library has generously purchased a copy of Der Untermensch to be included in their Collection, accessible to visitors in their Reference Centre. 

Established by Parliament, […] the purpose of the Canadian Museum for Human Rights is to explore the subject of human rights, with special but not exclusive reference to Canada, in order to enhance the public’s understanding of human rights, to promote respect for others and to encourage reflection and dialogue“. – Museums Act

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June 8 – July 14, 2017
Le Livart, Montreal (group show)

Opening: June 8, 2017

With Marie-Josée Bergeron, Zoé Boivin, Robert Chayer, Guillaume Cloutier, Jacynthe Cloutier, Emily Comeau, Pablo-Martín Córdoba, Alex Côté, Marc Dupuis, Antony Gasnier, Annie-Claude Généreux, Makwanda et Julia Hall, Symon Henry, Thierry Huard, Sylvie Plante, Laurence Rivest, Michaëlle Sergile, Véronique Tremblay and Éric Villeneuve.

For the first time in a gallery, Simon Vermeulen presents Der Untermensch, a short dance film portraying a persecuted homosexual during the Third Reich taking refuge in his imagination to find freedom from within. The glass shoes featured in the film will also be exposed.

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