Books tagged: Group Shows

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Edited by Sophie Hackett, Andrea Kunard, and Urs Stahel

Winner, Canadian Museum Association Award for Research in Art
A controversial idea currently under vigorous and passionate international debate that would recognize the "human signature" on the planet.

Anthropocene is the latest book by Edward Burtynsky, Jennifer Baichwal, and ... Read more


Edited by Ray Cronin

From creativity to imagination and the pursuit of excellence, ARENA: The Art of Hockey both illustrates the art of the game and examines larger ideas and issues in contemporary culture by using hockey as a framework.

Camera Automica

Edited by John O'Brian

Photographs have played a crucial role in shaping perceptions of nuclear weapons and nuclear energy. In Camera Atomica, art historian John O’Brian explores the intimate relationship between photography and nuclear events to uncover how the camera lens has shaped public perceptions ... Read more

Everything Remains Raw

By Mark V. Campbell

Before there was Drake, there was The 6. The genesis and rise of Toronto's Hip Hop culture.

Amongst the algorithmic pulsations that remap informational networks at the whim of any giant tech company, hip hop culture produces ways of knowing (and being in) the world that continually ... Read more

Future Possible

Edited by Mireille Eagan

Winner, APMA Best Atlantic-Published Book Award and The Critical Eye Award
Honourable Mention, Canadian Museums Association’s Outstanding Achievement in Research

In Future Possible, Mireille Eagan and other writers and artists navigate the tangled histories and cultures of ... Read more

Matérialité et perception dans l’art contemporain des provinces atlantiques

By Tom Smart

Matérialité et perception dans l’art contemporain des provinces atlantiques présente une quarantaine d’œuvres contemporaines réalisées par des artistes canadiens renommés de la région, notamment Freeman Patterson, Gerald Beaulieu, Dawn MacNutt et Alan Syliboy, mais ... Read more

Passion over Reason / la passion avant la raison

By Sarah Stanners

Passion. Reason. Opposites attract.

It is no secret that Tom Thomson (1877-1917) and Joyce Wieland (1930-1998) never met. Their art could not be further apart stylistically or methodologically. Thomson was a colourist, armed with brushes and oil paints. Wieland was an activist ... Read more


By Heather Igloliorte

This description is for the Inuktitut edition.

Nunatsiavut, tânna Inuit nunakKatigengituk Canada-mit pitâlauttut namminik kavamamik 2005-imi, sanaKattajut sananguatausimajunik adjiKangitunik nunatsualimâmit Canadamiungutlutik ammalu ukkiuttatop KikKanganettuk Inuit sananguataumajut. ... Read more