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Fall 2006

On newsstands September 15 to December 14, 2006 - Volume 23, Number 3

Features

Porcelain Dreams and Nightmares The multi-dimensional Toronto artist Shary Boyle by Lorissa Sengara The World According to Doug Art, life, Lego and more with Douglas Coupland by Deborah Campbell Beyond the Polar Bear Challenging new directions in contemporary Inuit art by Michelle Lewin From a Different Place The Toronto-born artist Karin Davie has made a mark in Manhattan with her sensual abstract paintings by John Bentley Mays The Vanguard in War Art The painter William MacDonnell sidesteps the status quo by Dick Averns States of Beam History and hope are Carl Beam’s legacies by Ryan Rice

Spotlight

Sponsored by The Fraser Elliot Foundation in memory of Betty Ann Elliot Through the Looking Glass The Quebec City trio BGL finds time to play by Christine Redfern

Letters

Re: Antwerp Diary

Preview

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

In Print

Books on the visual arts

Notebook

Glocal by Richard Rhodes

Canadian Art International

Around the World in Eighty Days by Christina Bagatavicius Artist Pick Up: Contemporary Canadian Video Collection by Kaori Otake Fierce Friends: Artists and Animals, 1750–1900 by Graham Shearing Jon Pylypchuk by Steven Litt

In Review

Mots Perdus by Denis Longchamps Etienne Zack by Sean Alward Sandor Ajzenstat by John Armstrong Douglas Walker by Randall Anderson Michael Elmgreen and Ingar Dragset by Shelly Rahme Within a Budding Grove by Charles Reeve Peter Flemming by Ashley Johnson Emily Vey Duke and Cooper Battersby by Jon Davies John Marriot by Christopher Johnson Ben Reeves by Chris Down Tyler Clark Burke by David Balzer Craig Leonard by Andrew Lochhead Patrick Mahon by Ben Reeves Vanessa Yanow by James D. Campbell Elvira Finnigan by Amy Karlinsky Greg Curnoe by E.C. Woodley Dieter Schlatter by Dylan Cree Robert Wiens by Peter Blendell Cover: Karin Davie, Pushed, Pulled, Depleted & Duplicated #14, 2003, oil on linen, 1.52 x 1.22 m, courtesy the artist/Mary Boone Gallery, New York, photo Zindman/Fremont
Fall 2006