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Summer 2007
Summer 2007

On newsstands June 15 to September 14, 2007 - Volume 24, Number 2


Kitty Scott's Serpentine Segue The former National Gallery of Canada curator lands at the heart of the thriving London art scene by Reesa Greenberg Giardini Birdland The rising international art star David Altmejd creates a fantastical hybrid aviary inside the tree-harbouring Canadian Pavilion at the 52nd Venice Biennale by Christina Bagatavicius Ed Pien: Drawing Hauntology Lost demons and other foreign guests make an eerie return in intimate textured-paper installations by Laiwan Venetian Opera The Montreal-based artist Rafael Lozano-Hemmer represents Mexico in Venice with interactive, technology-based artworks and plans for a Gothic palace by Christine Redfern


Sponsored by The Fraser Elliot Foundation in memory of Betty Ann Elliot Buffalo Boy at Burning Boy The Saskatoon artist Adrian Stimson camps up history by Lynne Bell


Our New Antiquity by Richard Rhodes


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

In Print

Books on the visual arts

Canadian Art International

Brice Marden by Nancy Tousley Janet Cardiff and George Bures Miller by Judith Wilkinson In the darkest hour there may be light by Emily Falvey

In Review

Ingenious3 by Cameron Skene Hower Lonn by Liz Wylie Carl Zimmerman by Meredith Dault Neo Rauch by Isa Tousignant Annie MacDonnell by Sharon Switzer Christine Major by Christine Redfern Fiona Banner by Ashley Johnson Leopold Plotek by E.C. Woodley Victor Burgin by Adele Weder Owen Kydd by Aaron Peck Marisa Portolese by Isa Tousignant Gary Michael Dault by Gerald Ferguson Makingroom by Jen Budney Gordon Smith by Michael Harris Laurel Woodcock by John Marriott Michael Merrill by James D. Campbell Christine Davis by Marc Gotlieb Rearrangements by Jennifer McMackon Tanya Cunnington by Donald Brackett Unterspiel by Dana Samuel Cover: David Altmejd, The Index (detail of work-in-progress), 2007, courtesy Andrea Rosen Gallery, New York, and Stuart Shave/Modern Art, London, photo Ellen Paige Wilson
Summer 2007