About two years ago, when the Musie d'art contemporain de Montreal approached native son Leonard Cohen about a collaborative exhibit, the famed singer, songwriter and poet took two days to decide. He finally said yes, but added that he wouldn't be attending. It was his most salient prediction.
The loneliness of the long-distance Leonard Cohen dancer
Furey, a young Montreal dancer and choreographer, is the only living artifact in the MAC's current Leonard Cohen exhibition, and one of the few artists in the show to make no use of Cohen's songs, recorded voice or image. Her points of contact are a little-known Cohen poem called When Even The and ...
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