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«Facing the headland is this famous rock, as long as half a mile, covered with a flat surface embodred like a calm ocean, vertically split in two at one extremity and a few hunched feet further it opens in a gushing manner to form an arch, steep rock, straight like a falling weight, that has given it's name to the space and to the land that ends in the bay of Gaspe and shows prominence in the Gulf»

Arthur Buies, Chroniques 1

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The myth of the Rocher Perce

Year 1996

Françoise Sullivan

In collaboration with the Musée Municipal de Saint-Dié-des-Vosges, in France, an exposition in honnor of Claire et Yvan Goll's visit to Perce, where the french writer, two years after the arrival of Elisa and André Breton, finds within the mysterious presence and amazing configuration of the Rocher Perce the theme of a chorus that can be read through visual art creations: watercolours, cards, drawings, oil paintings, letters, books and old photographs; and unforgettable artistic adventure to the heart of the Rocher Perce.

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