Depth Markers

By James D. Campbell

Depth Markers
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The first volume of James D. Campbell`s provocative essays on Canadian and international artists, this collection contains pieces on both abstract and postmodern art and provides an in-depth philosophical interrogation. This volume includes groundbreaking essays on such important ... Read more


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The first volume of James D. Campbell`s provocative essays on Canadian and international artists, this collection contains pieces on both abstract and postmodern art and provides an in-depth philosophical interrogation. This volume includes groundbreaking essays on such important artists as Betty Goodwin, John Heward, Roland Poulin, David Rabinowitch, Claude Tousignant, and many others.

James D. Campbell

James D. Campbell is a hot sauce aficionado and a curator and the author of more than 50 books and catalogs, including Depth Markers, Mnemosyne or the Art of Memory: Gerhard Merz, and Ron Martin: Geometric Painting, 1981–1995. He lives in Montreal, Quebec.

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"Campbell offers a unique and rare journey, perhaps uncharted in this country. There is a beauty in his Language; it is a poetry of the esoteric that a special Audience will savour and enjoy." — Canadian Materials

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