The Spring 2011 issue of Canadian Art hits newsstands across the country this week, featuring a wide range of articles on art-world movers and shakers, from national to international, contemporary to historical.
Highlights of the issue include:
• Vancouver writer Danielle Egan’s engaging profile on Myfanwy MacLeod, whose sweetly foreboding The Birds sculpture was commissioned by the City of Vancouver Olympic and Paralympic Public Art Program.
• Daniel Baird’s feature on New York painter, filmmaker and all-around big personality Julian Schnabel, who spent last fall in Toronto, opening a survey at the Art Gallery of Ontario and premiering a film at the Toronto International Film Festival.
• Sarah Milroy’s visit with sculptor and installation-artist Brian Jungen in Vancouver, where he prepares for a show at Catriona Jeffries that bridges discourses of the art world and the Doig River First Nation in northern B.C.
Plus all the top-quality reviews, previews and news that you expect from every issue of Canadian Art.
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