Individual Artists

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After Geometry

By James D. Campbell

After Geometry is the first extended study of the abstract art of Claude Tousignant. James D. Campbell offers new biographical information on and insights into the man who has been des- cribed (by David Burnett and Marilyn Schiff in Contemporary Canadian Art) as making "among ... Read more

Annie Pootoogook

By Nancy Campbell

When Annie Pootoogook won the Sobey Art Award in 2006, she cracked the glass ceiling for Inuit art, securing its place in contemporary Canadian art discourse and establishing herself as an artist of international importance. Her achievement sparked critical discussion around ... Read more

Anthony Flower

By Laurie Glenn Norris & Ann Catherine Lowe

A romantic view of 19th-century Canada — a domestic complement to the work of Bartlett, Constable, and Kane.

Anthony Flower (1792-1875) lived and worked in New Brunswick for most of his life. A farmer with a lifelong passion for art, he painted until his death at the age of ... Read more

Army of Lovers

By Sarah Liss

Will was pretty much the perfect role model. ' - Beth Ditto, The Gossip In the spring of 2010, Toronto lost one of its most important queer civic heroes when local artist, DJ, activist, impresario, promoter, party-thrower, café operator, community-builder and lover Will Munro ... Read more

Artistic Glass

By Cloe Joël Aigner

 

Celebrating 50 years of a master craftsman

Arts and crafts help define a culture; they reflect people’s values, beliefs, and the things they hold dear. Artistic Glass: One Studio & Fifty Years of Stained Glass is the first of its kind: a full-color large format art book contextualizing ... Read more

At Home

By Lezli Rubin-Kunda

In this intimate investigation of the artistic process, Lezli Rubin-Kunda explores the nuanced path of creative work and the way artists make sense of home and place within their art practice and their lives. Rubin-Kunda is a multidisciplinary artist who examines these issues ... Read more

Black Ice

Edited by Dr. Katharine Lochnan
By (artist) David Blackwood
By Michael Crummey, Sean T. Cadigan, Martin Feely, Derek H.C. Wilton, and Caoimhe ní Shúilleabháin

David Blackwood was born in 1941 in the outport community of Wesleyville, to a family with a long seafaring history. Recognized as an artistic prodigy, he was awarded a Government of Newfoundland Centennial scholarship to study at the Ontario College of Art, in Toronto. By the ... Read more

Christopher Pratt

Edited by Mireille Eagan
By Larry Dohey & Christopher Pratt

"When you revisit a place that matters to you for the first time in a long time it is a rich, spiritual experience, but if you then revisit such a place too frequently it loses some of its power. The power lies in the absences. " — Christopher Pratt

Widely considered to be ... Read more

Colville

By Andrew Hunter

"Andrew Hunter has looked with fresh eyes at [Colville's] paintings and made a coherent argument that Colville deserves to be understood far beyond the normal borders of the art world. " — Robert Fulford, The National Post

This magnificent, best-selling volume is now available ... Read more

David Askevold

Edited by David Diviney

David Askevold broke into the art scene when his work was included in the seminal exhibition Information at New York's MOMA 1970, which cemented Conceptualism as a genre. He later became recognized as one of the most important contributors to the development and pedagogy of ... Read more