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Fall 1988
Fall 1988

On newsstands September 15 to December 14, 1988

Volume 5, Number 3


Attila Richard Lukacs Classical, compelling, brilliant and amoral, the works of this young Canadian expatriate radically challenge accepted ideas of painting. By Scott Watson The Definitive Eye A portfolio of five Canadian artists By Arnaud Maggs Cents and Sensibility From art school to artistic endeavour: two former students make use of their visual talents By Maya Gallus Another Poolside Attraction Set designer Michael Levine and theatre director Robert Lepage together dream up the visionary play Tectonic Plates By Martin Hunter Back to the Landscape Rae Johnson has moved from figurative painting to some versions of pastoral By Donna Lypchuk House of the Rising Sun Japanese designer Rei Kawakubo, founder of Comme des Garçons and virtuoso of minimalist fashion, is now turning her talents to furniture By Adele Freedman

The Object

Scanning the dystopian skies By Gary Michael Dault

The Screen

Suggestions for postmodern TV By John Scott

The Revolver

Deconstructivist architecture By Larry Richards

The Female Gaze

Renoir, Picasso and the boys By Susan Crean

Fast Forward

A cross-Canada checkup of people and events in the arts Compiled by Sarah Milroy


Jana Sterbak By Peggy Gale Harold Town By Brian Boigon Vikky Alexander By Nancy Tousley Michael Merrill By Julie Voyce Pierre Doiron By Henry Lehmann Richard Prince By Stephen Godfrey Ann Kipling By Robin Laurence Ben Walmsley By Hans Werner


to artists and galleries, listed by artist


Venice Absurd: the 43rd Biennale By Jocelyn Laurence  
Cover Detail: Attila Richard Lukacs, Requirements of Monumentality (1988) 96" x 55½". Tar, oil, enamel and goldleaf on canvas. Courtesy: Diane Farris Gallery.
Fall 1988