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Winter 1994

On newsstands December 15 to March 14, 1994

Volume 11, Number 4

Features

Six Paintings by Alex Coville: A Symposium by Mark Cheetham, John Goddard, Arthur Kroker, Gillian McKay, Sarah Milroy, Gerta Moray and Murray Pomerance Making History Vancouver artist Stan Douglas excavates the ruins of the past in search of new utopias by Scott Watson The Passion Montreal dealer René Blouin may well be Canada's most ardent and articulate champion of contemporary art. Just don't cross him by Mark Abley The Age of Innocence At the Barnes exhibit, the paintings of children stole the show by Sandra Martin Tragically Hip Amid the rubble of the recession, a new generation of inner-city Toronto artists is blooming by Gary Michael Dault

Fast Forward

A cross-Canada guide to exhibitions and events in the visual arts

Reviews

Quotation: Re-presenting History by Alison Gillmor The Artistic Expression of Nine Cape Dorset Women by Marie Bouchard Rodney Graham by Peggy Gale Perspective 94: Carlo Cesta and Sarah Stevenson by Gillian McKay Alex Janvier: Negotiating the Land by Ann Newdigate Art/chitecture: Exploration Through Collaboration by Nancy Tousley Sculpture Expo '94: The Mall Show by Robin Metcalfe Christos Dikeakos: Vancouver/Hole in Bottom by Judith Mastai Ken Lum by Oliver Girling Cover: Portrait of Stan Douglas by Jan Peter Böning
Winter 1994