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Fall 2012

On newsstands September 15 to December 14, 2012.

Features

Family Matters Milutin Gubash’s art confronts a history of home by Sandra Dyck Web extra: Funny Man Milutin Gubash Mixes Fact and Fiction The Colour of Ice Ohotaq Mikkigak and the landscape of memory by Nancy Campbell Subject to Gravity Maskull Lasserre’s little shop of horrors by Isa Tousignant Web extra: Canada’s New Sculpting Heavyweight Patrons in Time Christian Marclay’s The Clock comes to Canada by Murray Whyte Write Me Brad Phillips and the art of autobiography by Rosemary Heather Baselines Daniel Young and Christian Giroux find Harold Innis by John Bentley Mays Web extra: A Preview Of Infrastructure Canada Ungoverned Julia Dault makes her mark at New York’s New Museum by Joseph R. Wolin Up North and to the Left An American survey redraws the map of Canadian art by Sarah Milroy
 

Agenda

A national and international roundup of the season's best exhibitions

Readings

Recent art books and catalogues

Faces

Zheng Shengtian: Bridge Builder by Joni Low

Legacy

Lucius R. O'Brien: Cape Trinity by Dennis Reid

Reviews

"Chronicles of a Disappearance" by Richard Rhodes "Beat Nation" by Tanya Harnett Douglas Walker by Ashley Johnson James Nizam by Dion Kliner Esther Shalev-Gerz by Michael Turner "Skin" by Lizzy Hill

Backstory

Clockwork by Claire Crighton
Fall 2012