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[text available in French only] Michelle Drapeau is a candidate for the Master’s degree in Art History at Laval University, an independent curator and cultural worker from Moncton (NB), based in Quebec City and publishes here a review of the MNBAQ’s exhibition “COZIC. Over to You. From 1967 to Now“.