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Summer 2006

On newsstands June 15 to September 14, 2006 - Volume 23, Number 2

Features

Notebook: Best-Laid Plans New city, old truths: an encounter with history at the 4th Berlin Biennial's "Of Mice and Men" by Richard Rhodes Picturing a Dark Time Akbar Nazemi's photographic record of the Iranian Revolution finally sees the light of day by Arni Haraldsson Antwerp Diary R.M. Vaughan heads to Europe in search of a new context for reading Vancouver's photo-based art by R.M. Vaughan Alpha Girl Angela Grossmann's portraits cut ot the quick by Deborah Campbell Flying in the Face of Abundance and Redundance The new unpopular culture by Tom Sherman Barbara Howard's Ecologies Aesthetic and ethical lessons from a mentor by Martha Fleming Another Form of Writing Language and perception are never quite what they seem in the scupture of Nicholas Wade by Anne Dymond

Spotlight

Sponsored by The Fraser Elliot Foundation in memory of Betty Ann Elliot Anitra Hamilton by Laurel MacMillan

Fast Forward

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

In Print

Books on the visual arts

Canadian Art International

Whitney Biennial 2006 by Lorissa Sengara Katy Grannan by David Gleeson

In Review

Tony Romano by Terence Dick Fiona Tan by Ashley Johnson Donald Lawrence by David Diviney Nichola Feldman-Kiss by Lilly Koltun Matt Bahen by Sally McKay Randall Anderson by Jo-Anne Balcaen Frank Mädler by Carla Garnet Joe E. Stewart/André Ethier by David Balzer Chris Millar by Nancy Tousley Jimmie Durham by Diana Sherlock Infinity, etc. by Tara Marshall Bradley Harms by Christopher Willard Jack Shadbolt by Michael Harris Javier Téllez by Toko-pa Turner Richard Storms by Gary Michael Dault Michael Euyung Oh by Ann Danilevich Peter von Tiesenhausen by Marie Leduc Peter Schuyff by Adam Harrison Cover: Looking at Tim Lee's The Jerk, Carl Reiner, 1979 (2004) at the Museum van Hedendaagse Kunst, Antwerp, Belgium, photo clinckx
Summer 2006