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Summer 1990

On newsstands June 15 to September 14, 1990

Volume 7, Number 2

Features

Natural Inclinations Fastwürms direct their collective energy to an interpretation of the great Canadian outdoors By Lisa Rochon International Bruce Mau Canada's hottest young graphic designer By Adele Freedman The Children's Pavilion Jeff Wall and Dan Graham's collaborative project By Nancy Spector Every Picture Tells A Story Carol Wainio's painterly narratives contain rigorous explanations of contemporary society By Lisa Rochon Eternal Return Don Jean-Louis sees art and the environment as a two-way street By Gary Michael Dault

The Female Gaze

Figure/ground: on the need to put the portrayal of women in a cultural context By Susan Crean

The Screen

History, the sequel: or, the triumph of TV and testosterone over truth By John Scott

The Revolver

Voice of Fire: What you see isn't necessarily what you get By Ydessa Hendeles

Fast Forward

A cross-Canada checkup of people and events in the arts

Focus

Wanda Koop By Meeka Walsh Lee Dickson By Donna Lypchuk Anna Gronau By Elke Town Bill Koochin By Maria Tippett David Bolduc By Deirdre Hanna Chrysanne Stathacos By Jane Perdue Alan Dunning By Nancy Tousley

Index

to artists and galleries, listed by artist or institution   Cover: Jeff Wall and Dan Graham, The Children's Pavilion, 1988/89, Frontal exterior elevation. Courtesy: Galerie Roger Pailhas; Jeff Wall, Little Children, 1988, 1 of 9 portraits from The Children's Pavilion, Cibachrome transparency, flourescent light, display case, 47 inches diam.
Summer 1990