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Summer 2005
Summer 2005

On newsstands June 15 to September 14, 2005

Volume 22, Number 2


The Waters of Venice The Canadian artist Rebecca Belmore comes to the 51st Venice Biennale with a bracing, provocative new work by Lee-Ann Martin The Eternal Footman From fibreglass faeries to tiny towns, Roland Brener opens doors with his dark and delightful sculptures by Gary Michael Dault Imagining the Artist: Going to Eleven Zoom back to Plato and into the future in a recap of the cultural construction of the artist through history by Mark Kingwell A Different da Vinci An exclusive look inside the National Gallery of Canada's summer blockbuster Renaissance exhibition with its curator, David Franklin Nervous Systems David Rokeby is a star of international new-media art. Why is he not more widely known? by Andrea Carson


Agnes Martin The incomparable, inscrutable beauty and mystery of the recently late Canadian-born painter's art by John Bentley Mays


Sponsored by The Fraser Elliot Foundation in memory of Betty Ann Elliot The New Exhibitionists: Performance in the 21st Century by Randy Gledhill

Canadian Art

Edmund Alleyn

Fast Forward

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

Gutenberg Galaxy

Books on the visual arts

Canadian Art International

Faces in the Crowd by Lorissa Sengara Caravaggio: The Final Years by Jody Patterson Ed Ruscha by Shep Steiner The Last Picture Show by Tammer El-Sheikh


My So-Called Life by Bill Clarke Ed Pien by Gary Kibbins Emma Kay by Kristine Harrington Damian Moppett by Monika Szewczyk Blue Republic by Janet Jones Andrew Reyes by Rosemary Heather Marcel Van Eeden by David Balzer Blake Senini by Janet Naclia Ben Reeves by Mike Harris Ewa Zebrowski by James Campbell Iñigo Manglano-Ovalle by Tara Marshall Language of Intercession by James L. Gillespie Franco Colalillo by Sascha Hastings Alex Livingston by Sean Flinn Instant Coffee by R.M. Vaughan Tricia Middleton by Jake Moore Cover: Rebecca Belmore, Fountain (production still), 2005, photo José Ràmon González
Summer 2005