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Alexander Calder, “L’Homme,” stainless steel sculpture, 1967. Sculpture commissioned for the opening of Expo 67 and Montreal’s 325th birthday, Calder’s creation now serves as the anchor for Piknic Electronik, a weekly outdoor dance party featuring mostly electronic music and world-class DJs. Photo courtesy of Quentin.

Alexander Calder, "L'Homme," stainless steel sculpture, 1967. Sculpture commissioned for the opening of Expo 67 and Montreal's 325th birthday, Calder's creation now serves as the anchor for Piknic Electronik, a weekly outdoor dance party featuring mostly electronic music and world-class DJs.  Photo courtesy of Quentin.

Alexander Calder, “L’Homme,” stainless steel sculpture, 1967. Sculpture commissioned for the opening of Expo 67 and Montreal’s 325th birthday, Calder’s creation now serves as the anchor for Piknic Electronik, a weekly outdoor dance party featuring mostly electronic music and world-class DJs. Photo courtesy of Quentin.