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Spring 2003

On newsstands March 15 to June 14, 2003

Volume 20, Number 1

Features

The Eleventh Hour in Photography Fresh from a shooting trip to China, Edward Burtynsky opens a retrospective of his work at the National Gallery by Gary Michael Dault Tracing a History Artist Gisele Amantea revives the story of Florence Lassandro, the only woman ever hanged for murder in Alberta by Nancy Tousley C'est la vie! With its celebration of personal art making, "La Biennale de Montréal" offered a departure from Big Show razzle-dazzle by John Bentley Mays Have a Nice Day Winnipeg artist Paul Butler has arrived on the art-world horizon thanks to his "Positive Mental Attitude Series" by Lisa Gabrielle Mark She's the One Catriona Jeffries, dealer of choice for a generation of conceptual artists, is making waves on the international scene by Si Si Penaloza

And Then

Editor's Notebook by Richard Rhodes

First Person

Side & Corners by Edward Slopek

Spotlight

Sponsored by the Fraser Elliott Foundation Adrian Göllner by Melanie Scott

Canadian Art

Takao Tanabe

Fast Forward

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

Gutenberg Galaxy

Books on the visual arts E.J. Hughes by Robin Laurence

Canadian Art International

Lieber Maler, male mir... by Séamus Kealy Moving Pictures by Lise Hosein Lucian Freud by Kate Regan Scott McFarland by Tania Buckrell Pos

Rewind

Christian Eckart by Jody Patterson Finding Camp X by Margaret Rodgers Althea Thauberger by Marina Roy Karen Azoulay by R.M. Vaughan David Rokeby by Christian Giroux Provisional Worlds by Sarah Parsons A Proposal for an Exhibition by Lorissa Sengara Gertrude Kearns by Gary Michael Dault Jérôme Fortin by Jérôme Delgado Tim Whiten by Corinna Ghaznavi Hannah Claus by R.M. Vaughan Stephen Schofield by Donald Brackett Linda O'Neill by Susan Douglas Cover: Edward Burtynsky, Three Gorges Dam Project, Feng Jie #5, Yangtze River, China, chromogenic colour print, 2002
Spring 2003