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Spring 2006
Spring 2006

On newsstands March 15 to June 14, 2006 - Volume 23, Number 1


Roll Over, Group of Seven Defining the new Canadian landscape: an interview with the Montreal photo artist Isabelle Hayeur by Christine Redfern The Craft of the Contaminated The activist elegies of the Toronto artist Andy Fabo by Daniel Baird The Making and Mauling of Marcel Duchamp‘s Ready-made The history and continuing legacy of what is now being called the 20th century's most significant work of art by Allan Antliff Postmark Berlin Canadian artists are finding a home in Germany's capital city by Sascha Hastings The Pleasures of the Road Sarindar Dhaliwal's radiant art by Deborah Root The World is Not Enough The intertwining realms of real space and images by Trevor Mahovsky


Sponsored by The Fraser Elliot Foundation in memory of Betty Ann Elliot Cityscape: Urban Art in Toronto A new generation of collectives is energetically remaking activism as art in the city by Leah Sandals

Fast Forward

A Canada-wide guide to the season's best exhibitions

In Print

Books on the visual arts

Canadian Art International

Paul McCarthy by Christina Bagatavicius Nobuyoshi Araki by David Gleeson Scott McFarland by Adam Harrison

In Review

Kristan Horton by David Balzer Geoffrey Farmer/Joëlle Tuerlinckx by Ashley Johnson Jay Johnson by Kevin Temple David Carter by Marshall Webb Shayne Dark by John K. Grande Alexandre Castonguay by Debra Antoncic Chantal Gervais by Johanna Mizgala Andew Hunter by Denise Frimer Jason Gringler by Donald Brackett Susanna Heller by Bill Clarke Althea Thauberger by Jon Davies Ron Benner by Chris Johnson Gareth Long by Ann Danilevich Ignacio Iturria by Barbara Isherwood Ryan Sluggett by Mark Clintberg Colette Laliberté by John Armstrong Cover: Stephen Waddell, Asphalt Layer 2, 2005, c-print, 1.23 x 1.59 m
Spring 2006