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Golden Treasures of Colombia Shine in Montreal: Exhibition at the Gold Museum.

Golden treasures

Por: Victoria Andrea Anillo Campos

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A fascinating exhibition has arrived at the Montreal Gold Museum, and this time the protagonist is Colombia. The Gold Museum, renowned for housing one of the most important collections of pre-Columbian art, has opened its doors to an extraordinary display that transports visitors to the ancient indigenous civilizations of Colombia.

This exhibition brings with it a carefully curated selection of unique and fascinating pieces that reveal the ancient history and essence of Colombia’s cultural legacy.

In the context of the celebration of the 70th anniversary of diplomatic relations between Colombia and Canada, the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts (MMFA) and the Bank of the Republic of Colombia, with the support of the Embassy of Colombia in Canada, present the exhibition “El Mundo en tus Manos” (Portable Universe Thought and Splendour of Indigenous Colombia) in Montreal, open to the public from June 3rd to October 1st, 2023.

The ticket price is $24 CAD for individuals over 31 years old, $16 CAD for individuals between 21 and 30 years old, and free for individuals under 20 years old.

Tickets can be purchased online through the museum’s website: https://www.mbam.qc.ca/en/exhibitions/indigenous-colombia/

The Gallery Guides of the Museum are available at the exhibition to enhance your visit by engaging in a conversation (in French or English) about the exhibited artworks. The available hours are Wednesdays, from 5 to 8 p.m., and Fridays to Sundays, from 1:30 to 4:30 p.m. Additionally, for Spanish-speaking visitors, an interpreter will be available every Sunday, from 1:30 to 4:30 p.m., to facilitate conversations with the Gallery Guides.

The exhibition at the Gold Museum of Colombia in Montreal offers visitors the opportunity to admire and understand the craftsmanship, symbolism, and spirituality of pre-Columbian cultures.

From intricate pieces of jewelry to ceramics decorated with intricate designs, each exhibited object tells a story and reflects the artistic mastery of the ancient Colombian civilizations. Additionally, detailed descriptions and explanations are provided, allowing visitors to better understand the historical and cultural context of each piece.

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The exhibition also presents itself as a window into the cultural diversity of Colombia.

Through the exhibited pieces, visitors can appreciate the multitude of traditions and artistic expressions that existed in Colombian territory. From the mysterious and sophisticated civilization of the Tayronas to the influence of the Incas and other indigenous cultures, this exhibition offers a fascinating insight into the cultural richness that has shaped Colombia throughout the centuries.

In summary, the exhibition of the Gold Museum of Colombia in Montreal is a unique opportunity to immerse oneself in Colombia’s cultural heritage and explore the artistic richness of ancient pre-Columbian civilizations. Through precious and carefully preserved objects, visitors can travel back in time and connect with the history and identity of Colombia.

If you are passionate about history, art, and culture, you cannot miss this wonderful exhibition that will transport you to a fascinating past and leave you with a greater appreciation for the cultural diversity of Colombia.

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Fontes:

https://journalmetro.com/culture/arts-et-spectacles/3089446/la-colombie-autochtone-vient-inspirer-montreal/

https://montreal.consulado.gov.co/newsroom/news/exposicion-el-mundo-en-tus-manos-del-museo-de-oro-se-presenta-en-montreal

https://www.mbam.qc.ca/en/exhibitions/indigenous-colombia/

https://ici.radio-canada.ca/rci/es/noticia/1983313/-reportaje-universo-manos-arte-indigena-colombiano-montreal-arhuaco-museo-bellas-artes