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Winter 1984
Winter 1984

On newsstands December 15,1984 to March 14, 1985

Volume 1, Number 2


Ron Longstaffe A prominent Vancouver art collector is the Vancouver Art Gallery's patron saint. By Sean Rossiter Swimmer The work of Betty Goodwin, one of Canada's most respected artists, traces the voyage out from the personal to the universal. By Adele Freedman Celebrating Whistler The Art Gallery of Ontario joins in the festivities marking the 150th anniversary of the birth of James McNeill Whistler. By Gary Michael Dault Saskatoon An isolated bastion of modernism or a community in which art and artists thrive? By Robert Enright My lunch with Nam June Paik A veteran of Canada's video scene talks with the grand-daddy of video art. By Marien Lewis Phoenix Loris Calzolari's survey of contemporary international design on show in Toronto By Peter Day I, Vancouver The new Vancouver art is downtown, down-market and high-decibel. By Arthur Perry Reading Philip Monk A Canadian critic has some new notions about representation in art. Gary Michael Dault explains the importance of reading Monk. By Gary Michael Dault


The VAG directorship, The future of the NFB Still Photography Division, Tout-terrain in Montreal, Photography and Architecture at the National Gallery, Picasso's Picassos...


Previews and listings of winter exhibitions compiled by Peter Day

Book Reviews

New books of Morrice, Canadian war art, western landscape painting and Balthus: In Brief, a review column by Richard Perry

Art & Money

The Stitt collection donated to the Art Gallery of Hamilton, The secret life of the private art dealer.

Point of View

Marshall Webb takes a journey around Toronto's New City of Sculpture.   Cover: Ron Longstaffe with Claude Tousignant's Accelerateur chromatique (1968). Portrait by John Reeves
Winter 1984