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Spring 1992
Spring 1992

On newsstands March 15 to June 14, 1992

Volume 9, Number 1


The Discomfort Zone In his sculptures and photo-paintings, Vancouver artist Ken Lum aims to displease By Scott Watson In Search of Riopelle A retrospective of Jean-Paul Riopelle's work at the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts leaves many stones unturned By François-Marc Gagnon Heart of Darkness Bruce Nauman charts passage into the turbulent human soul By Peter Schjeldahl Jack Shadbolt The éminence grise of West-Coast modernism muses on life, art and a sense of place By Nancy Tousley


Art & Money Bill Reid and the Washington Embassy Project: The true story of the little canoe that grew By Stephen Godfrey Architecture Architecture under pressure: A recent Montreal conference positions architecture within the ethical domain By Susan Walker

Fast Forward

A cross-Canada guide to exhibitions and events in the visual arts


Crossroads/Reading By Peggy Gale The Carnegie International By Christina Richie The Interrupted Life By Regina Cornwell Juan Geuer By Annebet Zwartsenberg Lost Illusions By Charlotte Townsend-Gault Louis Comtois By Ihor Holubizky Tony Cragg By Gillian Mackay Kazuo Nakamura By Ihor Holubizky Books Irving Penn's Passage By Murray Pomerance Performance au/in Canada By Robert McKaskell     Cover: Ken Lum, Red Circle, 1986, Sofa sectionals, 118 in. diameter, Courtesy: Andrea Rosen Gallery, New York, Collection: Vancouver Art Gallery
Spring 1992