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Winter 2006
Winter 2006

On newsstands December 15, 2005 to March 15, 2006 - Volume 23, Number 4


Riopelle in Russia An unusual collaboration takes the work of the Canadian modern master to St. Petersburg’s State Hermitage Museum by Gary Michael Dault The Map Maker Janice Kerbel aims conceptual art at new and more personal realms of dematerialization by Terence Dick Something’s Missing A Canadian artist opens the 2006 Biennale of Sydney with a keynore address about what art can and should aspire to by Ken Lum Warhola: A Horror Film A forer AGO curator on David Cronenberg’s curatorial debut at the Art Gallery of Ontario by Philip Monk The Surface of Space Theoretical physics might have something to offer painters who want to expand the possibilities of abstraction by Robert Linsley


Sponsored by The Fraser Elliot Foundation in memory of Betty Ann Elliot Evan Lee: Photography 21 The artist invents a photo practice with a flatbed scanner by Adam Harrison


King Robert Richard Rhodes


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

In Print

Books on the visual arts

Canadian Art International

Where Are We Going? by Charlene Lau Grayson Perry by David Gleeson Dada/Dereconstruction by E.C. Woodley Miroslaw Balka by Ann Danilevich

In Review

Cai Guo-Qiang by Isa Tousignant Davida Kidd by Robin Laurence Territory by Aaron Peck No(w)here by Shannon Anderson Teenage Kicks by Randall Anderson Darkness Ascends by Ashley Johnson David Blatherwick James D. Campbell Claude-Phillipe Benoit Emily Falvey César Saëz Christine Redfern Harold Feist John Armstrong Marie Lannoo Marie Leduc Milutin Gubash Jennifer McVeigh Super String Kim Fullerton Euan MacDonald Jennifer McMackon José A. Toirac Sarah Beth Meehan Murray Laufer Stephen Weir Stephen Schofield Barbara Isherwood Persona Volare R.M. Vaughan Cover: Janice Kerbel, Exuma Emerald (from "The Bird Island Project"), 2000, gouache and pencil on paper, 1.2 m x 84 cm
Winter 2006