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Summer 2009
Summer 2009

On newsstands June 15 to September 14, 2009


Boss Bear The sculptor John McEwen redefines public sculpture for Canadian Shield cottage country by Michael Mitchell The Outlaw Liz Magor has been testing the boundaries of contemporary sculpture for more than three decades by Deborah Campbell So Much to See The Canada-born, U.K.-based filmmaker Mark Lewis takes his exquisitely challenging film work to the Venice Biennale by Nancy Tousley Cold Morning A sneak peek of what you'll see at the Canada Pavilion in Venice via stills from a brand-new film by Mark Lewis Days of the Dead Jack Burman's photographs honour the living by telling the truth about death by John Bentley Mays


Sponsored by The Fraser Elliot Foundation in memory of Betty Ann Elliot China Time A Canadian painter catches the boom in contemporary Chinese art by Matthew Carver


Reparations by Richard Rhodes


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

In print

Books on the visual Arts

In Review

Lynne Marsh by David Jagr Nick Ostoff by François Xavier Saint-Pierre Here Now or Nowhere by Amy Fung It Happened in Your Neighbourhood by Christina Bagatavicius Cliff Eyland by John Armstrong Paul Butler by Sky Glabush Jim Breukelman by Robin Laurence Christian Knudsen by James D. Campbell Talia Shipman by Bill Clarke Trade Secrets by Leah Sandals Daniel Olson by Peter Dubé James Carl by Pamela Meredith

Canadian Art International

Art of Two Germanys/Cold War Cultures by John Kissick Elizabeth Peyton by Joseph R. Wolin Jenny Holzer by Edward Rubin
Summer 2009