Peregrinations

By Robert Enright

Peregrinations
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Informed and considered interviews with the most influential artists of our time. Enright takes us into the environments, both imaginative and actual, that have shaped their personal and artistic histories.


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Informed and considered interviews with the most influential artists of our time. Enright takes us into the environments, both imaginative and actual, that have shaped their personal and artistic histories.

Robert Enright

Robert Enright, a writer and lecturer who specializes in writing about art and culture, has over 25 years experience as a cultural journalist in print, radio and television. He has published more than one hundred interviews with leading Canadian, American and European artists. Peregrinations, a collection of thirty-two of his interviews from the arts magazine Border Crossings, was released in 1997 (Talonbooks).

In 2005, Enright was made a Member of The Order of Canada.

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“Marvellous interviews … the mind and the world of the artist flooded with light.”
—Arthur Danto

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