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Spring 1993
Spring 1993

On newsstands March 15 to June 14, 1993

Volume 10, Number 1


Karsh Realities With a new book out and a touring show organized by New York's International Centre of Photography, one has to ask: just what is it that makes these images stick? by Murray Pomerance Whose Nation? Two recent exhibitions at the National Gallery of Canada and the Canadian Museum of Civilization raised disturbing questions about the positioning of First Nations art in the white mainstream by Scott Watson Radiant Days In Shirley Wiitasalo's new paintings, bleak urban terrain is redeemed by a powerful imagination by Gillian MacKay Robert Racine's Magnum Opus In his peregrinations through history, music and art, this Montreal master of many media pursues a kind of fine madness by Peggy Gale

Fast Forward

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


Générique I: Désordres by Anne McPherson General Idea's Fine de Siècle by Noemi Smolik Opening the Gates of Eigteenth-Century Montreal by Douglas Fetherling Paterson Ewen by Nancy Tousley Al Neil by Scott Watson Ed Burtynsky by Robert Stacey Noel Harding by Peggy Gale Maternal Instincts by John Murchie Tom Dean by Christina Ritchie Ann Newdigate by Greg Beatty Video Legal Memory by Regina Cornwell Books By a Lady: Celebrating Three Centuries of Art by Canadian Women by Susan Crean Charles Pachter by Douglas Fetherling Cover: Dempsey Bob, Frog Sculpture, 1989, Alder, hair, acrylic, 19 x 8 in., Photo: Louis Joncas, Courtesy: National Gallery of Canada
Spring 1993