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Summer 1995

On newsstands June 15 to September 14, 1995

Volume 12, Number 2

Features

The Joan and Barbra Show With their touring exhibition of art devoted to the plight of breast cancer survivors, Toronto arts patrons Joan Chalmers and Barbra Amesbury press some painful questions about the role of women, and set a new standard for arts patronage by Gillian MacKay The Trickster In his new installation for the Venice Biennale, Metis artist Edward Poitras turns the tables on history by Nancy Tousley Bruce's Big Adventure For Bruce Ferguson, Canada's most intrepid curator-at-large, the road from Lethbridge to Santa Fe has taken a few wild curves by Gerald Hannon Guido Molinari (a home movie) On the eve of the artist's forty-year retrospective, we zoomed in for a closeup by Gary Michael Dault Remembering Sybil Andrews (in memory of my father) by Robin Laurence Hidden Values In their million-dollar project to showcase the nation's cloistered corporate art treasures, Trimark discovered much about art, marketing, and the potential pitfalls of public patronage by Lisa Balfour Bowen

Fast Forward

A cross-Canada guide to the season's best exhibitions and events in the visual arts Curiosities Teddy bears by Matthew Hart Cover: Edward Poitras photographed by Keith Moulding  
Summer 1995