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Spring 2001

On newsstands March 15 to June 14, 2001

Volume 18, Number 1

Features

Knitting Public Art Janet Morton knits her way into the public domain by Tom Folland Tracking Athabasca Landon Mackenzie paints the textures of Canada's past by Yvonne Lammerich Button Pusher Max Dean takes technology into a human realm by Lisa Gabrielle Mark A Visit with Charles Gagnon A look back at the distinguished career of Montreal painter as he prepares for a new retrospective by Roald Nasgaard art forum berlin Two Toronto dealers return from one of Europe's hottest fairs for contemporary art by Corinna Ghaznavi

Spotlight

Sponsored by the Fraser Elliott Foundation Euan Macdonald by Jacqueline Cooper

Canadian Art

Robert Fones

Fast Forward

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

Gutenberg Galaxy

Books on the visual arts

Rewind

Arlene Stamp by Nancy Tousley Daniel & Geo Fuchs by Vid Ingelevics Renée Van Halm by Robin Laurence Sybil Goldstein by Shirley Yanover/Kate Brown Disasters of War by Elizabeth Legge Heavyweight by Terence Dick Jeff Winch by Murray Pomerance Garry Neill Kennedy by Stephen Horne Catherine Richards by Petra Halkes Chris Lloyd by Ray Cronin Out There: Stuttgart by Eileen Sommerman Cover: Max Dean, The Telephone Piece, 2000
Spring 2001