On newsstands March 15 to June 14, 1988 - Volume 5, Number 1
In a delicate balancing act between caricature and portraiture, Joe Fafard creates a universe with a cast of familiar characters.
By Nancy Tousley
Shirley Wiitasalo's paintings erode the boundaries between the public and private.
By Gary Michael Dault
If art is the new religion, then this high-rolling consultant is Toronto's high priestess.
By David Livingstone
Decoding Tony Hunt
Making and wearing the masks of his people, he's a complex figure in a tribal tradition.
By Sean Virgo
On the Richter Scale
With his forthcoming exhibition of German artist Gerhard Richter, curator Roald Nasgaard has put the Art Gallery of Ontario on the international circuit.
By Peter Day
The Spirit backfires in Calgary, Noah on stage in Winnipeg, Canada at the Cologne Art Fair, Bill C-54, a new centre for design in the works and London Ontario's art hotel.
Borduas in retrospect at the MMFA, a preview peek at the new National Gallery, a thematic appraisal of Tony Urquhart, Ellsworth Kelly's works on paper at the AGO, Ken Lum in Montreal, Ken Lochhead's abstracts at the Dunlop, and in Winnipeg, Bruce Ferguson and Sandy Nairne curate The Impossible Self.
Point of View
What's so serious about "serious" art? Ian Carr-Harris looks at two recent projects by curator Bruce Grenville.
Hans Werner looks at Homer Watson's Death of Elaine.
Northern Noises: 19th Sao Paulo International Biennial
By Robert McGee
Stan Douglas: Perspective 87
By Peggy Gale
By Renee Baert
Will Gorlitz/Bad Faith
By Liz Wylie
By Robin Laurence
By George Bogardi
John Street is a One-Way Street: Clark McDougall Retrospective, 1921–1980/Clark McDougall: Elgin County Landscapes/Clark McDougall: Early Works
By Tom Smart
By Monica Forrestall
John Miler: Poison Pen, A Story of Wrongful Dismissal/East of Adelaide 1907–1928
By Jamelie Hassan
The Life of Emily Carr
By Adele Freedman
Posted to Canada: The Watercolours of George Russell Dartnell 1835–1844
By Dorothy Farr
Le Monde Selon Graff 1966–1986
By Henry Lehman
Dennis Gill: In the Heat of the Moment There is No Reason/Gerald MacKinnon: New Works
By Ian Wiseman
Cover: Copying and creating anew the artifacts of his people, Tony Hunt is a cultural hero of the Kwa-Gulth. Photo by Tom Skudra.