At MOCCA, Modern Lovers: Louise Bourgeois and David Armstrong Six run to …

The product of that longing is now on display at the Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art, and it is a haunting, moving thing. Step into the gallery, which has eschewed its typically white walls for a warm, welcoming taupe, and you see them: a collection of tall, reedy figures, teetering improbably on the polished concrete floor. They stand in clusters or pairs, in straight-backed support of each other — a family of sorts, drawing on shared strength.

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