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Summer 2002

On newsstands June 15 to September 14, 2002

Volume 19, Number 2

Features

Who owns art history? With help from Frank Stella and Bridget Riley, Robert Linsley thinks it is time for artists to reassert their claim by Robert Linsley Janet Werner: Paint Person Since the mid-1990s, Janet Werner has renewed the idea of the portrait, painting her way into faces and personalities by David Elliott Roy Arden, photographer The Vancouver artist has built an engaged practice that crosses conceptual art with photography by Nancy Tousley Natalka Husar: Humour and Dread "The grotesque embracing the pathetic" is how Husar describes the colliding worlds in her detailed paintings by Kate Regan

Spotlight

Sponsored by the Fraser Elliott Foundation John Dickson by Laurel MacMillan

Out There

David Rokeby: On The Beach by Melony Ward

Canadian Art

Kelly Mark

Fast Forward

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

Gutenberg Galaxy

Books on the visual arts

Rewind

John Massey by Gary Michael Dault Catherine Widgery by Kyo Maclear Spring Hurlbut by Elizabeth Harvey François Lacasse by Bryne McLaughlin Marie-Jeanne Musiol by Petra Halkes "Shadow of the Machine" by Dot Tuer Shary Boyle by Yael Brotman "Bulldozer: 15 Yukon Artists" by Sherri Irvin Yoko Ono by Donald Brackett Angela Grauerholtz by Laurel MacMillan Robert Houle/John Abrams by Corinna Ghaznavi Whitney Biennale by Sarah Parsons Elspeth Pratt by Robin Laurence Cover: Paolo Veronese, The Adoration of the Kings (detail), 1573, oil on canvas, 3.56 x 3.2 m © The National Gallery,  London
Summer 2002