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Winter 1998
Winter 1998

On newsstands December 15, 1998 to March 14, 1999

Volume 15, Number 4


Vernacular Photography and Realism Kennedy Bradshaw's Yukon photographs raise a question: Snapshots or art? Roy Arden makes a case for the resurrected work by Roy Arden Snap, Crackle, Pop Since they were painted almost five decades ago, the forces of chemistry and physics have wreaked havoc on many of Paul-Émile Borduas's paintings. Here, a report on the restoration efforts by Deirdre Kelly Abstract Painting/Peinture Abstraite The rich legacy of Montreal abstraction was at the centre of this summer's "Peinture Peinture" exhibition by Roald Nasgaard Our Vincent Some thoughts on recent work of painter Ron Martin by Richard Rhodes A White Light A remarkable series of videos recreating Inuit stories from Canada's Arctic makes its way from Igloolik to France's high-tech art centre by Peggy Gale


Sponsored by the Fraser Elliott Foundation Karen Henderson by Gary Michael Dault

Canadian Art

Volker Seding

Fast Forward

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


Marc Quinn by Elizabeth Legge Paul de Guzman by Robin Laurence Queen Street Years by Eileen Sommerman Denyse Thomasos by Corinna Ghaznavi William Eakin by Gary Salewicz Claudia Cuesta by Joan Richardson Lyndal Osborne by David Garneau Artifice '98 by Lee Rodney Sydney Biennale by Ihor Holubizky Brian Scott by John Massier

The Business

Galerie Dominion by Matt Hart Cover: Kennedy Bradshaw, Woman and Telephone, June 1950; 40.6 x 50.8 cm colour print made from the 10.2 x 12.7 cm inter negative of the original Kodachrome transparency; courtesy Keno City Mining Museum.
Winter 1998