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Exhibition catalogues are listed by year of publication
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Peter Bowyer

 

 


Peter Bowyer

32pp. 11 colour images
ISBN 0-921972-41-5
Introduction by Kathleen McLean
$20.00

Employing industrial materials and quasi-recognizable forms from our everyday urban environment, Peter Bowyer creates work in drawing and sculpture that reflects on the impermanent and unstable aspects of our daily realities. This publication documents Bowyer's recent exhibition at the AGYU and includes a critical essay by Kenneth Hayes.

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Stéphane La Rue Sally Sp&auml


Stéphane La Rue Sally Späth

32pp. 9 colour images
ISBN 0-921972-40-7
Introduction by Kathleen McLean
$20.00

This catalogue documents the complementary exhibitions of new work by Montreal artist Stéphane La Rue and Toronto artist Sally Späth at the AGYU. It features an essay on the work of La Rue by Mario Côté and includes an interview with Späth by Andy Patton and Yam Lau.

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Double-Cross: The Hollywood Films of Douglas Gordon


Double-Cross: The Hollywood Films of Douglas Gordon

272pp. 16 colour and 16 b/w photos
ISBN 0-921047-96-7
By Philip Monk, a co-publication with The Power Plant
$25.00

Double-Cross is the first monograph on the contemporary British artist Douglas Gordon, one of the most important artists working with film. This 272 page book, whose writing and design mimic the operations of Gordon's projections, offers a new interpretation of his work: that Gordon's work is all dissemblance with the dichotomy of good and evilÜhow his work is usually interpreted--only one deception among others.

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