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This handsome, cloth-bound hardcover volume is the second in Dunlop Art Gallery's annual book series. Sixteen critical essays by Dunlop Curators and guest writers from across Canada provide readers with a comprehensive overview of the Gallery's 2013 exhibitions, screenings, and In Situ events.
Artists in review include: Sarah Abbot and Jeremy Drummond, Emily Vey Duke and Cooper Battersby, Nelson Henricks, Jinhan Ko, Alison S. M. Kobayashi, Deirdre Logue, David Poolman, Benny Nemerofsky Ramsay, and Steve Reinke; Joseph Anderson; Joi T. Arcand; Tammi Campbell and Marc Courtemanche; Chrystene Ells and participants of This Big World puppet filmmaking workshop; Troy Gronsdahl, Lee Henderson and Eve K. Tremblay; Kathleen Irwin and Jeff Morton; Carmela Laganse; Clint Neufeld; PME-ART; Aubrey Reeves; Jon Sasaki; Daryl Vocat; Carol Wainio; and Z'otz* Collective.
The book also features specially commissioned endpages designed by artist Joseph Anderson. This limited-edition volume is a beautiful collector's item and a valuable resource for anyone interested in contemporary Saskatchewan and Canadian art and culture.
Description: 176 pages, hardcover, 83 colour illustrations
Introduction: Jennifer Matotek
Essays: Blair Fornwald, Felicia Gay, John G. Hampton, Randy Innes, Jennifer Matotek, Ellen Moffat, Laura Nanni, Jeff Nye, Wendy Peart, and Christina Stojanova
Retail Price: $45.00
RPL Call Number: 708.112445 DunlopVO 2013