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Fonds consists of posters produced for various Quebec governmental agencies, performing arts groups and events. Works by Yvan Adam.
Graphic material: No restrictions on use. Copyright: Yvan Adam. Credit: National Archives of Canada.
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Biography / Administrative history
Yvan Adam was born 1 March 1955 in Saint-Hilaire, Quebec. A painter, designer, illustrator, and poster designer, the works of Adam have adorned the walls of Montreal since the early 1980's. His most famous posters of the cinema include Decline of the American Empire and Love and Human Remains by Denis Arcand; Au Clair de la Lune by Marc-Andre Forcier; La Postére by Gilles Carle, Café Italia by Paul Tana; Un Zoo la Nuit by Jean-Claude Lauzon; and Cruising Bar by Robert Ménard. Adam has shown his work at various galleries throughout Montreal, New York City and Toronto. He was also part of the exhibition "L'affiche d'Aujourd'hui" held at the National Arts Centre, Ottawa, in 1987, that brought together the works of prominent Quebec graphic designers to promote cinematic and performing arts in Canada.
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