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By (author): James D. Campbell

This is the first volume of James D. Campbell’s provocative essays on Canadian and international artists, published over the last 10 years. Campbell writes with equal ease on both abstract and postmodern art and provides an indepth philosophical interrogation that is uniquely his own. This volume includes groundbreaking essays on such important artists as Betty Goodwin, John Heward, Roland Poulin, David Rabinowitch, Claude Tousignant, and many others. Anyone interested in the art of visual culture in Canada will want to consult Campbell’s wide-ranging essays.

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James D. Campbell

JAMES D. CAMPBELL is a distinguished writer on art and an independent curator living in Montreal.


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This is the first volume of James D. Campbell’s provocative essays on Canadian and international artists, published over the last 10 years. Campbell writes with equal ease on both abstract and postmodern art and provides an indepth philosophical interrogation that is uniquely his own. This volume includes groundbreaking essays on such important artists as Betty Goodwin, John Heward, Roland Poulin, David Rabinowitch, Claude Tousignant, and many others. Anyone interested in the art of visual culture in Canada will want to consult Campbell’s wide-ranging essays.

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Dimensions:

397 Pages
9in * 6in *
1.525lb

Published:

April 01, 1995

City of Publication:

Toronto

Country of Publication:

CA

Publisher:

ECW Press

ISBN:

9781550222449

Book Subjects:

ART / Canadian

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Language:

eng

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