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Above: A BorderCrossings cover that features a work by William Eakin.

Notes on an Index

by Cliff Eyland

1. The BorderCrossings Study Centre is composed of every issue of BorderCrossings magazine housed in specially built cabinets designed by BorderCrossings's editor Meeka Walsh and architects Neil Minuk, Eduardo Aquino and Karen Shanski. The shelves fold up -- or rather transform themselves -- into a crate for transport with space enough for an ingeniously-made reading table and box chairs. The concept grew out of conversations that Meeka and I had about how a magazine could be presented in a gallery, and about historical precedents for such a presentation.

2. BorderCrossings is organizing a tour of this Study Centre. Hosting institutions will create their own exhibitions to accompany this object, which I'd characterize as both a small library and a giant exhibition catalogue. Most institutions will likely want to unite works of art from their collections and other local collections with BorderCrossings's articles. If so, the possibilities would range from the art of the late-1970s to work made this year. Space has been allotted for future issues of the magazine, so I expect that the BorderCrossings Study Centre could be on the road for some time to come.

3. The inaugural exhibition of the Study Centre at Gallery One One One included work, most of it from the gallery's permanent collection, by artists Aganetha Dyck, Wanda Koop, David McMillan, Eleanor Bond, William Eakin and Marcel Dzama, all of whom have appeared on the cover of the magazine, sometimes twice. (Indeed, Eleanor Bond has appeared three times.) Gallery One One One's second exhibition -- Part Two -- included work, again mostly from the gallery's permanent collection, by KC Adams, Sheila Butler, Caroline Dukes, Ivan Eyre, Suzanne Gauthier, Noam Gonick, Krisjanis Kaktins-Gorsline, Guy Maddin, Don Reichert, Diana Thorneycroft, Esther Warkov and Richard Williams.

4. I have named these notes after Rosalind Krauss's October magazine article Notes on the Index: Seventies Art in America,1 which appeared coincidentally when Arts Manitoba, BorderCrossings's predecessor, was founded in the late-1970s. For Krauss, the word "index" refers to the 1960s and 1970s rise of photography and photo-text art. (In semiotics a photograph is called an "indexical" sign because it carries traces of its referent as light the way a tire track holds the image of the tire that makes it.) My use of the word "index" has to do not only with the index of the contents of BorderCrossings magazine, which appears below this text online and also as a paper copy on the BorderCrossings Study Centre table, but also to the index.html convention that organizes the Internet as the default designation of a website's home page.

5. Krauss's notes begin with a disparaging reference to the 1970s catchphrase "pluralism," a word often used to characterize the emerging complexity of the art world at the time, a complexity that, as we know, has grown geometrically since. Is not an art magazine -- is not BorderCrossings by its very nature -- "pluralistic"? The term pluralism, like the term "postmodernism," presses its logic without much fuss back into the past and forward into the future. Jackson Pollock in the famous 1949 issue of Life magazine can serve as an example of a backdated pluralism. In 1949 it would have been taken for granted by the avant-garde that Pollock was the only serious artist featured in that issue of the magazine, but now we are just as interested in the New England landscape painter and the African photographer who are also profiled. That's because we have developed an ethnographic attitude to art that tends to contextualize whatever we look at, new or old, high or low, in non-universalistic terms. One of the aims of the BorderCrossings Study Centre is to redouble the magazine's pluralism by encouraging iterations by new artists of the art featured in its pages; to deepen a viewer/reader's sense of art history, which these days can be shockingly shallow; and to encourage the rediscovery of some fascinating but neglected art.

6. BorderCrossings has an illustrious past, but what of its future, and the future of other art magazines? And what of this troubling index.html phenomenon? Vanguard folded, some of us remember, when Russell Keziere stepped down as editor; ArtsAtlantic survived Joseph Sherman's departure by only a few years; Artichoke died with its founder Paula Gustafson; Parachute ceased publication when Chantal Pontbriand decided to cease publishing; and Impulse expired because, well, we don't know, but Eldon Garnet's personal investment must have had as much to do with its existence as these other ventures have to do with their dedicated editors. The art magazine is a delicate flower. C Magazine, Fuse and Blackflash have all survived departing editors, and the newish magazine Galleries West seems to be doing well, but it is new. Could Canadian Art magazine weather the departure of Rick Rhodes? And could BorderCrossings continue to prosper after the departure of editor Meeka Walsh and contributor Robert Enright? I'm hopeful, but I wonder.

7. Many contemporary art magazines, including BorderCrossings, are becoming Internet/print hybrids, publications that have an index but also an index.html home page. Will they soon become Internet-only ventures like Akimbo.ca and Artnet.com? Sarah Thornton's recent book Ten Days in the Art World (Thornton is an ethnographer, by the way) describes the current acrimonious contest between the print and Internet sectors of Artforum magazine. No doubt the future will provide us with more bickering about online versus print publications. The luxury art book and art magazine will survive in many forms, but after only about ten to fifteen years of a fully functioning graphically interfaced Internet it is astonishing that we are at an historical moment of uncertainty about all print publications, art magazines included.

8. BorderCrossings has a clever strategy: its current name does not suggest, as its old name Arts Manitoba did, its geographical location. To continue with the old name would have committed the magazine to another 1970s catchphrase "regionalism." Instead, and happily, the magazine practices a strategic internationalism, sometimes featuring an international superstar such as Eric Fischl on a cover while continuing due diligence toward Canadian artists inside.

9. As I page through back issues of BorderCrossings magazine, I tend to connect a 1977 review or a 1993 interview to a notice that I have just received at home about an opening next Friday, or an obituary that I may have read last week online, or to the current rise of an artist whose work interests me. I have just heard, for example, that the noted New York artist Nancy Spero has died. A quick look at the index shows that BorderCrossings's editor Meeka Walsh has been interested in Spero's work for a long time.

10. If Julian Schnabel had died last week, however, I'd be out of luck, because he is featured only once in BorderCrossings, in a piece by Robert Enright. Schnabel, we assume, must never have been so important to Enright, Walsh or BorderCrossings's many other writers, and if the interest is not there, the art won't be addressed. Although editor Meeka Walsh may write about whatever she likes and assign what she wants covered, the magazine's voluminous index is a complex product of time and circumstance, contingency, amicability, access and the inclinations of dozens of writers, as must be true of any magazine with such a long history. The index of BorderCrossings magazine is an index of Canadian taste in visual art grounded in decades of aesthetic negotiation.

11. While the Winnipeg content of BorderCrossings is complete,2 and the Canadian content is comprehensive, BorderCrossings's international coverage is based on and in New York, and it has a special texture that we may attribute more personally to Walsh and Enright (art writers Robert McGee and James Trainor and a few others have also corresponded from New York, of course). I'd like to characterize Enright and Walsh as writers who, in art, lean toward sensuality and sexuality spiced very often with a sense of provocation just this side of transgression, as evinced in their work on such New York figures as Robert Frank, Eric Fischl, Lisa Yuskavage and Helmut Newton, but this or that slice of over twenty-five years of writing could yield other conclusions, and I may well be projecting my own preoccupations on them.

12. Walsh's introductions are literary play that aligns itself by turns with a particular BorderCrossings's issue's content, or not. In fact, over the years, since BorderCrossings has moved more fully into visual arts coverage, the overt "literariness" of BorderCrossings has increasingly consisted firstly of her editorial insistence on comprehensible, literate art writing, and secondly on her own editorial introductions, which often take a poetic turn. (The essays and reviews themselves also have literary status, of course.)

13. Robert Enright's interviews are simply the best in the business.

14. You'll notice a fair number of poets and literary writers among the regular contributors to BC, but you'll also notice that their major contributions inhabit BorderCrossings's early issues. They include Arthur Adamson, Randall Anderson, David Arnason, Dennis Cooley, Lorna Crozier, Pat(rick) Friesen, Myrna Kostash, Robert Kroetsch, Patrick Lane, and Wayne Tefs.

15. You'll also recognize nationally-known art writers whose work appears in other Canadian magazines and journals, such as James D. Campbell, Gary Michael Dault, Terence Dick, David Garneau, Alison Gillmor, Terence Heath, Amy Karlinsky, Myrna Kostash, Robert Kroetsch, Martha Langford, Robin Laurence, and Robert McGee.

16. You'll see the names of artists who write, including: Sheila Butler, David Garneau, Sky Glabush, Lee Henderson, Christopher A. Olson, Myron Turner and myself (given: David Garneau and Gary Michael Dault listed above, are also, of course, artists.)

17. I was particularly keen, as I got a little more systematic in my examination of the magazines by way of the index, to track down the first mention of artists who have since become storied, because, like other magazines, BorderCrossings is a maker of art world reputations. Many of the following artists were either first introduced to the wider world of art by this magazine, or else given that invaluable extra push at the beginnings of their careers. They include: Paul Butler, Karel Funk, Tim Gardner, Guy Maddin, Sarah Anne Johnson, Diana Thorneycroft, Aganetha Dyck, Wanda Koop, David McMillan, Eleanor Bond, William Eakin, Marcel Dzama, The Royal Art Lodge, Laura Letinsky, and Two-Six. I could name many others.

A Note on the BCSC

Dan Graham
'Before there was conceptual art I did the magazine pages,' [Graham] said, referring to his legendary art gestures, like his 1965 reproduction of a supermarket register tape in the pages of a fashion magazine, which he called Figurative. 'In fact I always disliked conceptual art, because my work is about anarchistic humor.' The work he's arguably best known for has probably been the most misunderstood. Homes for America (1966-67), [see above] a series of photographs of cookie-cutter suburban houses, began as a slide show that emphasized the similarities between the repetitive, Fordist system of post-war suburban housing developments and the serial approach of Minimalists like Steve Reich and Donald Judd.Refashioned as an artwork intended for publication in a magazine, the series was meant as a parody of 'think pieces you might find in Esquire Magazine with good photos' as well as a rejection of the limits of the art gallery's 'white cube' format in favor of the ubiquity and disposable nature of monthly periodicals.
- From "Grahamarama," by Peter Scott on Dan Graham in Artnet magazine
A reproduction of a painting or a performance reproduced in a magazine is a photograph embedded in writing and graphic design. Too often we tend to look through magazines rather than at them. The text and images of Dan Graham's Homes for America are arranged graphically in a way that would hardly pass muster as "good graphic design" then or now, but he was making a point about minimalism. Ironically, Graham's eccentric formal layout strengthens Homes for America's case as a work of art. If we hone to our own conceit that the Border Crossings Study Centre is also a labyrinthine photo-text work, an instance of "meta-art" explicitly conceived with such precedents as Rodchenko's 1925 Worker's Club and Dan Graham's Homes for America in mind, then the contributions of photographers as makers of documentation and as artists is of special importance. Contributors such as Winnipeg photographer William Eakin, then, rank very highly after Enright, Walsh and BC's cadre of writers and artists, whatever the number of personal entries in the index. Ernest Mayer, who has only one entry in the index, is and was a photographer at the Winnipeg Art Gallery, and, like Eakin, his documentation of other artist's art has been sprinkled throughout BC's pages for twenty years, often without attribution, as is the custom of photographers work for civic galleries. Photographer Sheila Spence, who also worked at the Winnipeg Art Gallery for years, has also had many of her photographs of other artist's art appear in the magazine in additon to her own work. Mike Carroll and Joe Grande of Grandesign are the current graphic designers of BorderCrossings, and they have had numerous predecessors. Although the history of the graphic design of BorderCrossings can't be addressed here, the constitution of Border Crossings magazine as a work of graphic design must also be acknowledged.

Footnotes:

1. Krauss, Rosalind. "Notes on the Index: Seventies Art in America," in October The First Decade, 1976-1986, ed. Annette Michelson, Rosalind Krauss, Douglas Crimp, and Joan Copjec, Cambridge: MIT Press, 1987, 2-15.

2. Can any Winnipeg artist of stature claim to have been ignored by BorderCrossings? I can find only one important omission in Janice Gurney, whose Winnipeg Art Gallery Sum over Histories exhibition of 1992-94 was overlooked. Her artist husband Andy Patton makes it onto our index list, but not her. I also note that Winnipeg artist Ivan Eyre has never been featured on the cover of the magazine, even though his work has been frequently featured. The absence is notable if one weighs the artist's local stature as a Winnipegger who has had a solo exhibition at the National Gallery of Canada. The relatively few entries for Winnipeg curator Wayne Baerwaldt is easier to explain since the artists that he championed as a curator in the 1990s and 2000s are very well represented. I also notice, and this is a matter of curiosity more than anything else, that Letters to the Editor entries appear only in Volume 10#2, 65, Volume 10#3, 54, and Volume 10#4, 89.

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BELOW IS AN INDEX TO ARTS MANITOBA AND BORDERCROSSINGS MAGAZINE

Volume 1:January/February 1977 - Winter 1978

Volume2: Fall 1982 - September 1983

Volume3: November 1983 - Fall 1984

Volume4: Winter 1984 - Fall 1985

Volume5: December 1985 - September 1986

Volume6: December 1986 - October 1987

Volume7: January 1988 - October 1988

Volume8: January 1989 - November 1989

Volume9: January 1990 - October 1990

Volume10: January 1991 - November 1991

Volume11: January 1992 - December 1992

Volume12: Winter 1993 - October 1993

Volume13: January 1994 - November 1994

Volume14: January 1995 - November 1995

Volume15: February 1996 - November 1996

Volume16: February 1997 - November 1997

Volume17: February 1998 - October 1998

Volume18: January 1999 - November 1999

Volume19: January 2000 - November 2000

Volume20: February 2001 - November 2001

Volume21: February 2002 - November 2002

Volume22: February 2003 - November 2003

Volume23: February 2004 - November 2004

Volume24: February 2005 - November 2005

Volume25: March 2006 - December 2006

Volume26: March 2007 - November 2007

Volume27: February 2008 - November 2008

Volume28: February 2009 - November 2009

Volume29: February 2010 - November 2010

 

A Constructed World

 

About

 

"Eden ofGarden: Reversing the Expulsion," by Jen Budney, Volume 19#4 (#76), 57-60.

 

Abakanowicz, Magdalena

 

reviews

 

"MagdalenaAbakanowicz," (visual arts review of "The Long Wait" by Terrence Heath), Volume22#4 (#88), 117-118.

 

Abdul,Lida

 

about

 

"LidaAbdul," visual art review by Christopher Olson, Volume 27#2 (#106), 90-92.

 

Abley,Mark

 

"ADay in Cardston," Volume 4#4, 25-27.

 

reviews

 

"RiskyHistory," (book review: Rites of Spring: the Great War and the Birth ofthe Modern Age by Modris Eksteins), Volume 8#4, 41-42.

 

poetry

 

"TheMound of the Dead" & "Streets at Home", Volume 8#3, 50.

 

Aboriginal Art and Issues

 

"SexManual," David Garneau, (visual art review: Exposed: Aesthetics ofAboriginal Erotic Art), Volume 18#4 (#72), 78-80.

"Trick andTreat," Catherine Mattes, (book review: The Trickster Shift: Humour andIrony in Contemporary Art by Allan J. Ryan), Volume 18#4 (#72), 90-91.

 

 

Achtemichuk,Robert

 

about

 

"RobertAchtemichuk at the Thomas Gallery," Arthur Adamson, Volume 1#3&4,54-57.

"RobertAchtemichuk: Works on Paper," Robert Enright, Volume 2#4, 45.

 

Adam,Ian

 

reviews

 

"Heaven'sDoor (book by Gregory Grace)," Volume 1#3&4, 123-124.

 

Adams, KC

 

about

 

"TheCyborgian Comfort Zone," (borderview by Robert Enright), Volume 27#1 (#105),21-22.

"KCAdams," (visual art review by Cliff Eyland), Volume 24#2 (#94), 101-102.

 

Adams, Kim

 

about

 

"A ModelArtist, Observations on Art and Play from Kim Adams," Robert Enright,Volume 18#1 (#69), 16-25.

 

artistpages

 

"BeaverNuts, Casino Series," Volume 20#3 (#79), 51-53.

 

Adamson,Arthur

 

about

 

"Bewitchedby Chance," Marlene Milne (visual review), Volume 1#2, 18-19.

 

articles

 

"AllenHessler: Exemplars of Ordered Energy," Volume 4#3, 48-50.

"TheArt of Kelly Clark: Polarities and the Communicative Vision," Volume 2#4,4-11.

"EvaStubbs: The Decorum of the Primordial," Volume 4#2, 58-61.

"TheGrand Western Canadian Screen Shop: Review and Reminiscence," Volume 3#2,14-18.

"IvanEyre: The Loneliness of a Long Distance Painter," Volume 2#1, 26-33.

"LadyDay by Richard Williams: Traditional Iconoclast," Volume 5#3, 51-55.

"TheMenacing Technology of Gardening: Rosemary Kowalsky's Flowers and Tools,"Volume 5#2, 6-9.

"Mind/BodyProcesses of Jack Butler," Volume 3#1, 8-10.

"TabooImages: An Inquiry into the Iconography of Feminist Art," (re: SharonCorne), Volume 3#2, 31-32.

"TheWise and Graceful Vision of Jahan Maka," Volume 3#4, 62-64.

 

reviews

 

"ArnoldSaper: Recent Drawings," Volume 2#3, 45-48.

"DavidUmholtz: Recent Work," Volume 2#4, 43.

"TheEmperor's Clothes: the Manitoba Juried Exhibition," Volume 1#1, 6-8

"TheHierarchic and Animistic Vision of Sheila Butler," Volume 1#1, 45-47.

"KimOuellette," Volume 5#1, 32.

"TheLogic of the Absurd: Esther Warkov's Drawings," Volume 5#4, 49-50.

"NewArt from Manitoba at the Winnipeg Art Gallery," Volume 3#1, 34-36.

"NineteenthCentury French Painting in Juxtaposition," Volume 1#3&4, 90-92.

"Revelationsand Process," (re: Five: Jill Brooks, Lee Cassidy, Eva Fritsch,Mary Sprague, Lorraine Zeyha), Volume 1#2, 20-21.

"RobertAchtemichuk at the Thomas Gallery," Volume 1#3&4, 54-57.

"SensuousMeditations: Recent Work by Bill Pura," Volume 3#3, 20.

"TwoFantasists: Ann Smith and Jane Zednik," Volume 2#2, 52-53.

"TheWoodcuts of Munakata and Matsubara," (re: Munakata Shiko, NaokoMatsubara),Volume 1#2, 10-13.

 

poetry

 

"Inthe House by the Prairie," Volume 4#4, 45.

"Songfor Frances," Volume 1#3&4, 113.

"ThreePoems," Volume 7#1, 42.

"TheUnderwater Owl," Volume 1#3&4, 121.

 

Adamson,Michael

 

about

 

"ButtonWhole," (re: Michael Adamson), Volume 20#2 (#78), 10-11.

 

Ader,Bas Jan

 

about

 

"Hereis Always Somewhere Else: The Disappearance of Bas Jan Ader," (film review by ChristopherOlson), Volume 28#2 (#110), 95-97.

 

Adler,Kathleen

 

about

 

"BodyPersistence," by Alison Gillmor (re: The Culture of Pain by DavidB. Morris & The Body Imaged: The Human Form and Visual Culture Since theRenaissance by Kathleen Adler and Marcia Pointon eds.), Volume 12#4, 67-68.

 

AgassizTheatre

 

about

 

"Endof the Line for Agassiz?," Myron Love, Volume 3#3, 22-23.

 

Ainslie,Patricia

 

about

 

"Imagesof the Land: Canadian Block Prints, 1919-1945, A Review," Robert J. Lamb,Volume 4#2, 41-42.

 

Albee,Edward

 

about

 

"CanadianSparkle, American Dreary," David Arnason, (theatre review: All Overby Edward Albee),Volume 1#1, 18-19

 

Albers, Joseph

 

about

 

"JosephAlbers," (architecture review by Cliff Eyland), Volume 24#1 (#93), 92-94.

 

AlbertaBiennial

 

about

 

"2007Alberta Biennial of Contemporary Art: Living Utopia and Disaster," AntheaBlack, (including images of work by Terrance Houle and Jarusha Brown, GeoffreyHunter, Mark Mullin, David Janzen, Sarah Adams-Bacon), Volume 26#4 (#104),99-100.

 

Albuquerque,Cheryl

 

portfolios

 

"Eyesof the Beholders: Refugee Women in Somalia," (text by Larry Krotz), Volume14#2, 10-17.

 

visuals

 

"Strip,"Alison Gillmor, (photographs by Cheryl Albuquerque), Volume 13#4, 52-55.

 

Alexander,David

 

borderviews

 

"Portraitof the Artist as a Mountain Climber," Introduction by Robert Enright,(book review: A Hiker's Guide to Art of the Canadian Rockies by LisaChristensen), Volume 15#4, 4-5.

 

about

 

"The Prideof Influence," Interview with Robert Enright, Volume 16#3, 54-65.

"Qu'Appelle:Talesof Two Valleys," (visual art review by Terry Fenton), Volume 21#4 (#84), 78-82.

 

 

Alexis,Andre

 

about

 

"Time,Be Not Proud," Ray Cronin, (multimedia review: "Mnemosyne," featuring ThaddeusHolownia, Andre Alexis, Veronika Krausas and Motion), Volume 19#3 (#75), 89-91.

 

Allison,Glenn

 

reviews

 

"Clishmaclaverin the Convent: Cloisters at St. Norbert," (re: Cloisters, coord. Bev Pike& Katrina Rozman), Volume 12#4, 63-66.

 

Alloucherie,Jocelyne

 

about

 

"Auradynamics:The Task of the Spectator in the New Era of the Aura," visual art review byMartha Langford, (re: "Confluences" at CMCP and "Manufactured Landscapes" atthe National Gallery of Canada), Volume 22#2 (#86), 56-65.

 

Althoff,Kai

 

about

 

"KaiAlthoff," (visual art review by Lee Henderson), Volume 28#2 (#110), 97-99.

 

Altmejd, David

 

about

 

"DavidAltmejd," Kate Regan (visual art review), Volume 26#2 (#102), 94-96.

 

interview

 

"Learningfrom Objects: An Interview with David Altmejd," (with Robert Enright), Volume23#4 (#92), 66-75

 

Alward,Sean

 

reviews

 

"MatthewBrown," (visual art review), Volume 27#2 (#106), 109-110.

 

Alward,Sharon

 

about

 

"Meaculpa, Mea Culpa," Alethea Lahofer, (visual art review: Loves You SoMuch It Hurts), Volume 9#1, 31-32.

 

Alÿs,Francis

 

about

 

"FrancisAlÿs," by Susan Emerling (visual art review: Francis Alÿs: Politics ofRehearsal), Volume 27#1 (#105), 86-87.

"Geometricsof Conjecture," by Robin Laurence (visual art review: Francis Alÿs: Letemps du sommeil), Volume 17#4 (#68), 80-82.

 

Amabile,George

 

about

 

"ThePoetry of Knowledge and Flesh: An Interview with George Amabile," (withRobert Enright and Dennis Cooley) Volume 2#3, 29-32.

"ToKeep and Re-read," S.G.Buri,(book review: Open Country), Volume1#2,77-78

 

reviews

 

"Changehouse,"(re: Changehouse by Michael Tregebov), Volume 1#1, 56-57.

"Gringo(book by Dennis Greunding)," Volume 3#2, 26.

"Musicof the Festival of Life and Learning," (Ken Bloom, The Cast Iron PottyBand, Jim Donahue, Duck Donald, Cathy Fink, Alice Garrard, Gerry and Ziz,Houndog, Walter Lysack, Dave McLean, Grant McLean, Mitch Podolak, Mike Seeger,Graham Shaw), Volume 1#2, 57-61.

 

poetry

 

"Dancingin the Mirror," Volume 5#1, 35.

"Howto Kill Time on the Prairies," Volume 4#1, 38.

"ThreePoems," Volume 8#4, 40.

"UnfinishedBarn," Volume 1#1, 55.

"TheWinter of Things," Volume 1#3&4, 111.

 

Amar,Michael

 

about

 

"TheX-Feels," Gary Michael Dault, (visual art review: "Stations") Volume 16#3,79-81.

 

Amprimoz,Alexandre

 

fiction

 

"TwoFables," Volume 2#2, 68-69.

 

Amundson,Dale

 

about

 

"TheThree-dimensional Line: a relief sculpture by Dale Amundson," Ann Cameron,(review), Volume 1#2, 14-17.

"TheImportance of Being Low-Tech," Timothy Ray (visual art review: Romancingthe Ruins by Dale Amundson) Volume 10#2, 42-44.

 

Anderson,David

 

about

 

"Ceramists3," Mary Sprague, (review), Volume 1#1, 41.

 

Anderson, Jack

 

review

 

"EllenMoffat," (visual art review), Volume 24#2 (#94), 96-97.

 

Anderson,Neal Davis

 

articles

 

"Un-MergingRealities, The Dilemma of Dubravka Ugresic," Volume 12#4, 33-37.

 

reviews

 

"Trustingthe Teller and Not the Tale," (re: Her Kind: Stories of Women fromGreek Mythology by Jane Cahill), Volume 15#3, 53-56.

 

Anderson, Randall

 

about



 "Randall Anderson," Trevor Gould (review ofexhibition Clouds), Volume 25#2 (#98), 116-117. 



articles 



"Born Again, A Prosthetic You," (re: SecondLife), Volume 26#1 (#101), 66-71.

 

essays

 

"ConstructingSight: Building the Self on Facebook," Volume 28#2 (#110), 73-75.





 reviews

 

"51stVenice Biennale," (visual art review), Volume 24#3 (#95), 92-93.

"AdrianNorvid," (visual art review), Volume 24#2 (#94), 103-104.

"BillBurns," (visual art review), Volume 23#3 (#91), 116-117.

"BruceNauman," (visual art review), Volume 26#4 (#104), 102-104.

"CaroleeSchneemann," (visual art review), Volume 23#1 (#89), 85-86.

"CarolWainio," (visual art review), Volume 26#2 (#102), 98-99.

"CheGuevara: Revolutionary and Icon," (visual art review), Volume 25#4 (#100),97-99.

"DavidSpriggs," (visual art review re:"The Paradox of Power"), Volume 26#3 (#103),129-130.

"Debraye:Voitures a controverse," (visual art review), Volume 24#4 (#96), 107-109.

"FrancoisMorelli," (visual art review), Volume 26#1 (#101), 77-79

"GiorgioMorandi," (visual art review), Volume 24#1 (#93), 83-84.

"JasperJohns," (visual art review), Volume 27#2 (#106), 89-90.

"Laura St.Pierre," (visual art review), Volume 23#4 (#92), 101-103.

 

memoir

 

"JoyousInquiry: A Memoir and Appreciation of Sol LeWitt," Volume 26#3 (#103), 118-120.

 

Andison,Lois

 

"Wildlife:A Field Guide to the Post Natural," (visual arts review by David Garneau ofworks by Lois Andison, Nina Katchadourian, Jake Moore, Warren Quigley andLouise Weaver) Volume 20#4 (#80), 70-72.

 

Andrews,Stephen

 

about

 

"StephenAndrews," Terence Dick, (review of POV), Volume 25#1 (#97), 111-113.

 

Andriessen,Louis

 

about

 

"NotesTowards Anarchy, An Interview with Louis Andriessen," Robert Enright,Volume 15#1, 32-38.

 

Angel,Jeannette

 

about

 

"TheWay of All Flesh," Mark Duncan, (review: Polaroid Rot), Volume 13#4,76-77.

 

Anghik,Abraham

 

about

 

"FortunateHeirs: A Review of Out of Tradition," Sheila Butler, Volume 8#2,17-18.

 

Anguhadluq,Luke

 

about

 

"TypicallyUntypical: A Review of the Work of Luke Anguhudluq," George Swinton,Volume 8#1, 27-28.

 

Angus,Terry

 

reviews

 

"Dustin Men's Eyes," (re: Blowing Dust off the Lens by Jim Wallace) Volume1#2, 76.

 

Animation

 

"AnimationCentral: The History of Animation in Winnipeg," Gene Walz, Volume 4#4,18-20, 24.

 

April,Raymonde

 

"Makingthe Impossible Self: A Symposium on Current Art Practice," (with others)Volume 7#3, 33-35.

 

about

 

"Auradynamics:The Task of the Spectator in the New Era of the Aura," visual art review byMartha Langford, (re: "Confluences" at CMCP and "Manufactured Landscapes" atthe National Gallery of Canada, Volume 22#2 (#86), 56-65.

"SecretSharer: An Interview with Raymonde April," (interview with Robert Enright),Volume 27 #4 (#108), 58-71.

 

Appelt, Dieter

 

about

 

"DieterAppelt," (visual art review by James Campbell), Volume 24#2 (#94), 88-89.

 

Aquino, Eduardo

 

about

 

"Tablersof Content," Robert Enright (borderview: Eduardo Aquino and Karen Shanski), Volume25#4 (#100), 14-15.

 

articles

 

"AQuestion of Scale: Renegotiating Territories of Desire," (re: the Bienal de SãoPaulo, featuring artwork by Rubens Mano, Gabriel Sierra, Dora Longo Bahia,Carsten Höller and Carla Zaccagnini), Volume 28#1 (#109), 42-49.

 

Arbus, Diane

 

reviews

 

"TheSister Grim," by Ray Cronin, visual art, Volume 20#2 (#78), 128-129.

 

Archambeau,Robert

 

about

 

"TheClaymaster Cycle," (Borderview), Robert Enright, Volume 22#2 (#86), 13-14.

"Potter'sPotter," Betty Ann Jordan, (ceramic review), Volume 16#3, 73-74.

"PottingUtopia: Robert Archambeau's Divine Pots," Meeka Walsh, Volume 6#1, 29-33.

 

Archigram

 

About

 

"Look BackIn Languor," (Robert Enright interview with Dennis Crompton), Volume 21#2(#82), 11-12.

 

Architecture

 

"Barnsof Western Canada: An Illustrated Century, and Prairie Giants, AReview," Robert Enright Volume 6#4, 40-41.

"BigDisney is Watching You," Cheryl Simon and Fred McSherry, (re: "The Architectureof Reassurance: Designing the Disney Theme Parks"), Volume 16#4, 61-64.

"CliffordWiens," Alison Gillmor (visual art review re: "Telling Details: TheArchitecture of Clifford Wiens"), Volume 26#2 (#102), 105-107.

"Diplomaciesof the Built World: Berlin's New Embassies," article by Sascha Hastings, Volume25#2 (#98), 76-82.

"FolkHousing: The Vernacular Architecture of the Ukrainian People in Manitoba,"Volume 5#4, 12-20.

"FreshHeirs Apparent," Stephen Pope, (re: "Pentimenti: Process in ContemporaryArchitecture," at the Ottawa Art Gallery), Volume 16#2, 14-17.

"NaturalCo-Habitations: Mennonite House-Barn Architecture in the Prairies," GwenDowsett, Volume 6#4, 24-31.

"ThePractical Utopian: The Architecture of Clifford Wiens," interview by RobertEnright, Volume 25#4 (#100), 54-65.

"Skidmore,Owings and Merril: Bigtime Architecture Comes to Winnipeg," David Lasker,Volume 3#1, 56-61.

"Tellingthe Dancer from the Dancing Building," Robert Enright, Volume 7#2, 50-55.

"ThatWeird Building in Flin Flon," Forrest Wilson, Volume 6#1, 6-11.

 

Arden,Roy

 

about

 

"MourningBecomes Eclectic," Christopher Brayshaw, (photography review: "Roy Arden"),Volume 17#2 (#66), 72-73.

"Out ofthe Blue: Three Works on Vancouver," (re: Brian Jungen, Roy Arden, StanDouglas), Peter Culley, Volume 20#2 (#78), 64-70.

"RoyArden," Christopher Olson, (visual arts review: "Roy Arden"), Volume 27#1(#105), 87-89.

 

Armstrong,Jeannette

 

fiction

 

"BlueAgainst White," Volume 11#4, 86-87.

 

Armstrong,John

 

about

 

"Ovoidance,"Bruce Reimer, (visual art review: Sanguine), Volume 18#4 (#72), 89-90.

 

crossover

 

"DisorderlyConduit," (visual art review: Fast by "Painterly Disorders") Volume16#2, 56-57.

"StrangeAttracter," (photography review: Angela Grauerholz), Volume 16#4, 77-79.

 

Armstrong-Six, David

 

"Modelsof Impurity," visual art review: Rodney La Tourelle, Volume 20#1 (#77), 75-76.

 

Arnadottir,Anna Bara

 

about

 

"Elfingand Trolling in Manitoba: The Sculpture of Anna Bara Arnadottir,"Kristjana Gunnars, Volume 5#4, 85-86.

 

Arnason,David

 

about

 

"50Stories and a Piece of Advice: A Review," Kathie Kolybaba, Volume 2#2, 57.

"KingJerry: A Review," (a book review by Jake MacDonald), Volume 21#1 (#81), 86-88.

"TheMarriage of Real and Surreal," Annie Beer, (book review: The HappiestMan in the World and Other Stories), Volume 9#1, 29-31.

"PaganPomo: The Accountant Tallies," (review of The Pagan Wall),LindaHutcheon, Volume 12#1, 57-58.

"Skrag:A Review," Smaro Kamboureli, Volume 6#4, 44-45.

"SubversionX2," Robert Enright, (borderview: The New Icelanders, The Dragonand the Dry Goods Princess), Volume 14#2, 5.

 

articles/interviews

 

"TheMyth of Beginnings: The Icelander in Manitoba," Volume 7#4, 9-11.

"TheNew Puritans," Volume 3#2, 10-12.

"Outcasting:A Conversation with Margaret Laurence about the World of Manawaka," (withDennis Cooley) Volume 5#4, 32-35.

"PressingPerambulations," (re: publishing in Manitoba), Volume 3#1, 6-7.

"Story-forming:David Arnason's Addictive Fictional World, An Interview," (with RobertEnright) Volume 4#2, 8-10.

"WarJournals: A Meditation," Volume 10#2, 9-14; 56-59.

"WritingCanadian: An Interview with Tom Hendry," (with Wayne Tefs) Volume1#3&4, 11-15.

 

reviews

 

"AWorld Turned Upside Down," (re:Stolen Continents: The "NewWorld" Through Indian Eyes Since 1942, Ronald Wright), Volume 11#4,75-76.

"CanadianSparkle, American Dreary," (theatre review: All Over by EdwardAlbee & Canadian Gothic and American Modern by Joanna Glass),Volume 1#1, 18-19.

"TheEnergy of Migrants," (re: Culture and Imperialism by Edward W.Said), Volume 13#1, 46-47.

"Kindsof Glory," (re: The Crucible, MTC), Volume 1#2, 34-35.

"Kurelek:A Biography (by Patricia Morley)," Volume 6#4, 39.

"Lichensof North America: by Irwin M. Brodo, Sylvia Duran Sharnoff and StephenSharnoff," (book  review), Volume21#2 (#82), 87-88.

"Labyrinthsof Voice: Conversations with Robert Kroetsch (book by Shirley Neuman and RobertWilson)," Volume 2#3, 62-63.

"NorvalMorrisseau and the Emergence of the Image Makers (book by Elizabeth McLuhan andTom Hill)," Volume 3#4, 36-37.

"APlague on Both Their House," (book review: Gary Genesko Contest: Essayson Sports, Culture, and Politics), Volume 18#3 (#71), 72-74.

"TheBedside Book of Birds: An Avian Miscellany by Graeme Gibson," (bookreview), volume 25#1 (#97), 106-107.

 

column

 

"AtBabi Yar," Volume 11#1, 6.

 

fiction

 

"Armageddon,"Volume 16#2, 37.

"DrivingThrough Montana," Volume 4#4, 68-70.

"FrankfurtExpress," Volume 8#2, 50-52.

"MorningLetter," Volume 1#3&4, 93-96.

"NightTrain to Barcelona," Volume 6#4, 84-86.

"TheUnmarried Sister," Volume 2#1, 72.

"Oncein a Small Bar in Odessa," Volume 11#1, 18-20

 

poetry

 

"TheCottage Poems: A Selection," Volume 5#4, 90.

"Harve,"Volume 3#3, 20.

 

Arnason,Maureen

 

fiction

 

"TheDancers," Volume 8#1, 52-55.

 

Arneson,Robert

 

about

 

"RobertArneson: A Review," Terrence Heath, Volume 7#2, 32-33.

 

Arnold,Abraham

 

reviews

 

"AnotherCountry (by Henry Kreisel; edited by Shirley Newman)," Volume 5#4, 52-53.

"LosingAnother Eden," (book review: The Last Best West by Jean Bruce),Volume 1#2, 74.

"MemoryBoard (by Jane Rule)," Volume 7#3, 27-28.

"Mirrorof a People: Canadian Jewish Experience in Poetry and Prose (edited by SheldonOberman and Elaine Newton)," Volume 4#4, 48.

"NightLight," (book review: Night Light edited by Constance Rooke),Volume 7#1, 35-36.

"OnStage with Maara Haas," Volume 6#1, 27.

"WhenWestern Canada Was A Developing Country," (book review: The Worst ofTimes, The Best of Times: Growing up in Winnipeg's North End by HarryGutkin with Mildred Gutkin), Volume 8#3, 28-29.

"WilliamKurelek: A Vision of Canada," Volume 3#1, 32-33.

 

Aronovitch,Beverly

 

"Artistsin the Schools," Volume 1#2, 3-4.

 

Artangel

 

about

 

"Artangel,"(Article by Andrea Carson), Volume 24#1 (#93), 26-33.

 

Art andEducation

 

"AnArtist-in-the Schools in Rural Manitoba: First Impressions," JudithHarway, Volume 2#4, 59-62.

"Artistsin the Schools," Beverly Aronovitch, Volume 1#2, 3-4.

"PandoraPoetry Contest: The Winning Entries," Volume 1#3&4, 34-39.

"SimpleActs of Art-Making," Eleanor Hannan, Volume 3#2, 36-37.

"10cent art: An Idea Realized," Dena Decter, Volume 1#1, 3-4.

 

Art andPolitical Issues(including funding, censorship, war, relations with government agencies, thestructure of art institutions, urban issues, etc.)

 

"AgitpropTheatre in Winnipeg," Irene Karasick, Volume 1#3&4, 19-21.

"ApplebertWest: Half-baked or Paradise?" (re: Report of the Federal Cultural PolicyReview Committee),Christopher Dafoe, Volume 2#3, 12-15.

"TheArtist as Politician," Sarah Yates, Volume 1#1, 4-5.

"Artspace:Building Blocks Towards Urban Renewal?" Wayne Baerwaldt and Barton Reid,Volume 4#4, 21-23.

"Avoidingthe Snake in the Garden: The Canada/Manitoba Agreement on Communications andCultural Enterprises," Robert Enright, Volume 3#3, 7.

"BoardingUp the Future," Stephen Phelps, Volume 8#3, 20-21.

"TheBureaucratic Two-Step," Robert Enright, Volume 7#3, 5.

Phelps,Volume 4#1, 21-24.

"Computingthe Damage: Tax Reform and the Arts," Stephen Phelps, Volume 6#4, 80-83.

"CulturalGaming: Or How the First Best Bet Wasn't Won," Stephen Phelps, Volume 3#3,50-54.

"ACultural Fairy Tale," Robert Enright, Volume 4#1, 5.

"Declineand Fall of the Winnipeg Arts Club," Stephen Phelps, Volume 6#2, 47-53.

"FiduciousSays He Who Tax Reading, Will Sit on Reader's Attacks," Robert Enright,Volume 6#2, 4.

"Flyspitfor Gold: A Portrait of the artists as a Failing Alchemist," StephenPhelps, Volume 4#2, 14-17.

"GrowingPains in Winnipeg," Stephen Phelps, Volume 7# , 15-17.

"HystericalFree Trade: The Last Laugh," Robert Enright, Volume 5#2, 5.

"TheInvention of a Cultural Industry: ERDA and Filmmaking in Manitoba," RobertNewman, Volume 4#1, 41-42.

"IrregulatingCanadian Broadcasting: The Gospel According to St. Bureau," Stephen Phelps,Volume 6#3, 16-19.

"Mayor,Mayor on the Wall", Robert McGee (visual art review: Sensation: YoungBritish Artists from the Saatchi Collection), 18#4 (#72), 70-72.

 

"Ministeringto the Artist, " Robert Enright, Volume 5#3, 5.

"Mother-May-I:Fear and Growing on the Cultural Trail," Robert Enright, Volume 6#2, 7-8.

"NellieMcClung Theatre: A Political Act," Keith Lousie Fulton, Volume 4#2, 53-54.

"TheNew Puritans," David Arnason, Volume 3#2, 10-12.

"Newsfrom the Cultural Front Lines," Stephen Phelps, Volume 5#1, 51-54.

"OfRebellions and the Mags I Sing," editorial by Robert Enright, Volume 4#3,7.

"TheOsborne Village Cultural Centre: Gadfly or Albatross?" Sue Matheson,Volume 3#3, 34-35.

"Paradiseand Parking Lots," Ron Keenberg, Volume 6#4, 16-19.

"Publishand Perish: The Dark Side of the Publishing Moon," Stephen Phelps, Volume5#2, 55-62.

"Puritanism,Prudery and Penthouse," Gill Canning and Diane McGifford, Volume 3#3, 9.

"Ruminationson Cultural Development," Robert Enright, Volume 3#1, 5.

"Ruminationson an Archaeology of Loss," Robert Enright, Volume 7#1, 4.

"SatanicProse," Editorial by Robert Enright, Volume 8#2, 5.

"Smutbusters:Manitoba and Pornography," Stephen Phelps, Volume 8#2, 58-62.

"TheSpeedy Progress of Cancult to Scarecult: The Politics of Bill C24," Volume4#1, 58-59.

"Strangerin a Strange Land: A Canadian's Tour through the Amazing World of MinneapolitanArts Funding," Stephen Phelps, Volume 4#4, 91-95.

"TheTaxman Cometh," Stephen Phelps, Volume 3#2, 46-54.

"WarZones," James-Jason Lee, (visual art review: exhibition and events organized byPresentation House), Volume 18#4 (#72), 74-78.

 

"Who'sAfraid of the Big Bad Arts Council?" Stephen Phelps, Volume 4#3,55-62.

 

Arthur,Gordon

 

about

 

"TheDemolition Show," The Demolition Crew, Volume 5#1, 41-43.

 

Artspace

 

"Artspace:Building Blocks Towards Urban Renewal?" Wayne Baerwaldt and Barton Reid,Volume 4#4, 21-23.

 

Ashevak,Karoo

 

about

 

"BrushingGreatness: sculpture by Karoo Ashevak," Peter Millard, Volume 1#2, 22-25.

 

Ashoona,Shuvinai

 

portfolio

 

"Land ofthe Midnight Sons and Daughters: Contemporary Inuit Drawings: Shuvinai Ashoona,Kavavaow Mannomee, Nick Sikkuark," intro by Amy Karlinsky, Volume 27#1 (#105),66-83.

 

Aspell,Peter Winterhalter

 

about

 

"PeterWinterhalter Aspell," (visual art review by Daniel Baird), Volume 24#4 (#96),96-97.

 

Aspler,Tony

 

reviews

 

"Sundanceat Dusk (book by Al Purdy)," Volume 1#3&4, 118.

 

Astman, Barbara

 

about

 

"TheRevolutionary Two-Step: An interview with Barbara Astman," (Robert Enright), Volume23#2 (#90), 44-50.

 

Atwood,Margaret

 

about

 

"MaestroMargaret," Robert Enright, (re:Morning in the Burned House), Volume14#2, 58-60.

"TheNew Oxford Book of Canadian Verse in English," Marilyn Powell, Volume 2#3,65.

"SicknessUnto Health," Wayne Tefs, (review: The Robber Bride), Volume 13#2,56-58.

"StiffUpper Slips: Margaret Atwood's The Blind Assassin," Wayne Tefs, Volume 20#1 (#77),77-79.

 

Articles

 

"AlPurdy:The Awkward Sublime," Volume 19#4 (#76), 46-51.

 

Au,Aliana

 

about

 

"UnstillLife," Robert Enright, (borderview), Volume 14#1, 7.

"WhereEast Meets West: A Profile of Aliana Au," Glenn Merritt, Volume 5#4,72-75.

 

Audubon,John

 

about

 

"Auduboningwith Nature," Patrick Lane (visual art review: Audubon's WildernessPaletter—The Birds of Canada), Volume 18#1 (#69), 58-59.

 

August, Ian

 

about

 

"26/Two-Sicks/Too-Six...",(article by Cliff Eyland re 26: Fred Thomas, Ian August, DJ Brace, Cyrus Smith,Melanie Rocan, Shaun Morin, David Wityk), Volume 23#4 (#91), 16-27.

"CoverMaterial," (borderview by Robert Enright), Volume 28#2 (#110), 14-15.

 

Authier,Melanie

 

about

 

"MelanieAuthier," Cliff Eyland (visual art review re: "Karma Kanyon"), Volume 26#3(#103), 140-141.

 

Avaalaaqiaq,Irene

 

about

 

"IreneAvaalaaqiaq: Myth and Reality: by Judy Nasby," (book review by AmyKarlinsky), Volume 22#1 (#85), 67-69.

 

Avedon,Richard

 

about

 

"ThePortraits of Richard Avedon," (visual art review by Tony Luppino), Volume 22#1(#85), 48-53.

 

Averns,Dick

 

about

 

"VacantTerrain," Christopher Brayshaw (visual art review: Dick Averns's LuxuryAvenue and Khai Foo's Still), Volume 18#1 (#69), 62-63.

 

Awad,Michael

 

"NextMemory City," (collage of responses from Michael Awad, Eve Egoyan and DavidRokeby re: "Next Memory City"), Volume 21#4 (#84), 36-40.

 

Azoulay, Karen

 

about

 

"EmotionalGestures," (Borderview by Robert Enright), Volume 23#4 (#91), 9-10.

 

Babstock, Ken

 

poetry

 

"SecondLife," Volume 26#3 (#103), 135.

"WhichHelmet," Volume 26#3 (#103), 144.

"WestRange," Volume 26#3 (#103), 152.

 

Baden, Mowry

 

about

 

"MowryBaden, Turning and Turning in the Freckled Gyres," visual art review, byChristian Giroux, Volume 20#3 (#79), 69-70.

"Turningand Turning on His Dizzying Gyres," borderview by Robert Enright, Volume 26#1(#101), 16-17.

"Victoria's Secret," article by Christian Giroux, (re:Victoria Sculptors—Mowry Baden, Daniel Laskarin, Robert Wise, Roland Brener,Grant Watson, Ken Lum, Wendy Welch), Volume 22#3 (#87), 60-67.

 

 

Baechler,Donald

 

about

 

"TheIncidental Tourist: Travels with Donald Baechler," interview with RobertEnright, Volume 13#4, 26-38.

 

Baer,Anton

 

poetry

 

"TheAtomic Pulse," Volume 8#1, 33.

 

Baerwaldt,Wayne

 

"Artspace:Building Blocks Towards Urban Renewal," (with Barton Reid) Volume 4#4,21-23.

"FeveredCommotion: Gay Activism in the Age of Homophobia," Volume 11#3, 4-9.

"Winnipeg:You've Come Undone or, You've Got to Get Down to Get Up," Volume 27#3 (#107),86-90.

 

about

 

"CallGirls/Car Boys: A Review," Alison Gillmor, Volume 5#2, 32-33.

"UtopianDreamer," borderview by Robert Enright (re: 5th Biennale deMontreal), Volume 26#2 (#102), 16-17.

"Wayne'sWorld," Robert Enright, Volume 19#4 (#76), 9-10.

 

reviews

 

"Returnto Sender," (re:Eternal Network: A Mail Art Anthology, Chuck Welched.), Volume 14#4, 79-80.

"SearchingAnonymity," (visual art review: Word Paintings by Vincent Trasov)Volume 11#1, 56.

 

Baichwal,Jennifer

 

about

 

"ArcsPoetica: The Life and Death of Lightning: Act of God, directed by Jennifer Baichwal,"(column by Robert Enright), Volume 28#2 (#110), 20-21.

 

Baier,Nicolas

 

about

 

"NicolasBaier," (visual art review by Christine Redfern), Volume 25#3 (#99), 121-122.

"The I'sof the Beholder," (borderview by Robert Enright), Volume 27 #4 (#108), 22-23.

 

Bailey,Bueje

 

About

 

"BlackBody: Race, Resistance, Response," (visual arts review by Sarah Hollenberg ofexhibition featuring: Lucie Chan, Crystal Clements, Rebecca Fisk, BusejeBailey, Michael Chambers and Gomo George), Volume 20#4 (#80), 76-77.

 

Bailey,Clayton

 

review

 

"JanetWerner," (visual arts review), Volume 27#3 (#107), 174-175.

 

Bailey,Donald M.

 

reviews

 

"LosBrothers Hernandez," (re: Gilbert & Jaime Hernandez), Volume 12#1, 57.

 

Bailey,Norma

 

about

 

"BordertownVogue," K. George Godwin, (film review: Bordertown Cafe producedand directed by Norma Bailey), Volume 10#3, 36-37.

"Ikwe:A Review," Ralph Friesen, Volume 6#4, 48-49.

"It'sHard to Get It Here: A Review," Robert Enright, Volume 4#3, 29-30.

 

Baird, Daniel

 

article

 

"RaadicalPolitics: Walid Raad," Volume 24#2 (#94), 34-41.

"RichardTuttle," Volume 24#1 (#93), 18-25.

"SubjectiveAbstractionists: The Painting of Karin Davie and Louise Belcourt," Volume 24#3(#95), 38-49.

 

essay

 

"TheBird-Like Mind of Beastly Man," (re: Grizzly Man), Volume 25#1 (#97), 88-91.

 

reviews

 

"PeterWinterhalter Aspell," (visual art review), Volume 24#4 (#96), 96-97.

"ArnaudMaggs," (visual art review), Volume 24#4 (#96), 91-93.

 

Baker,Alan

 

about

 

"Landscapein Blue," Al Rushton, Volume 7#1, 48-51.

 

BakerLake

 

about

 

"BakerLake 1983-1984: A Photoessay," Jack Butler and Bill Eakin, Volume 3#4,20-25.

"SewingFine Seams: The Needlecraft of Baker Lake Women," Alison Gillmor, Volume3#4, 29-32.

"TheSnows of Yesteryear," George Swinton, (visual art review: The Baker LakePrint Retrospective) Volume 9#1, 34-35.

 

Baker,Marilyn C.

 

about

 

"Printmaking in the 1950s: An Intimate View of StudentPrints at the School of Art 1950-1959," (visual art review), Volume 24#1 (#93),79-81.

"TheWinnipeg School of Art: The Early Years, A Review," Robert J. Lamb, Volume3#3, 17.

 

reviews

 

"Messagesfrom Max," (re: Maxwell Bates: Biography of an Artist by KathleenM. Snow), Volume 13#4, 78-79.

"Downstairsat the Upstairs,"  (re: theUpstairs Gallery), Volume 1#1, 9.

 

Balfour,Barbara McGill

 

review

 

"PatrickMahon," (visual art review), Volume 21#4 (#84), 72-74.

 

Ball,T.M.

 

reviews

 

"ImaginingScience," (re: Unnatural History: True Manitoba Mysteries byChris Rutkowski), Volume 12#4, 62-63.

 

Ballard,Stephanie

 

about

 

"FootingIt to the Lord, The Choreography of Margie Gillis, Karen Jamieson and StephanieBallard," (Robert Tinker, photgraphs, Patrick Friesen, text), Volume 14#2,42-45.

 

Banting,Pamela

 

reviews

 

"Chinookery,"(re: Leaning on the Wind: Under the Spell of the Great Chinook bySid Marty), Volume 15#1, 46-48.

"Hereand There (poetry by Daphne Marlatt)," Volume 2#1, 69.

"Home,Home in the West," (book review: Coming West: A Natural History of Homeby Kevin Van Tighem), Volume 17#2 (#66), 61-67.

"Inscapingthe Landscape," (book review: Landscapes of theInterior:Re-Explorations of Nature and the Human Spirit by Don Gayton),Volume 16#1, 53-56.

"PressurePoint," (re: Icefields by Thomas Wharton), Volume 14#4, 76-78.

"TheFamily of Mann," (book review: Beneath That Starry Place by Terry Jordan),Volume 17#4 (#68), 63-66.

 

Barbour,David

 

about

 

"Onthe Street: Three Manitoba Photographers," David McMillan (review: ThreeManitoban Photographers Exhibition), Volume 1#2, 44-46.

 

Barker,Cordell

 

About

 

"StrangePervader," (review by Robert Enright), Volume 21#2 (#82), 10-11.

 

Barnard,Randall

 

about

 

"NewCurrents in Sound," Laurel Howard, (music review: Jeté by ManitobaComposer's Association, produced by Randall Barnard), Volume 9#3, 27.

 

Barr,Bruce

 

about

 

"WarGames: the Photographs of Bruce Barr," portfolio by Robert Enright, Volume5#3, 37-45.

 

Barrow, Daniel

 

about

 

"CryingTime Again," (Borderview by Robert Enright), Volum 27#2 (#106), 24-25.

"Fantasia,"Barbara Isherwood, (review of group show: Shary Boyle, Daniel Barrow, Emily VeyDuke and Cooper Battersby), Volume 25#3 (#99), 111-113.

"TalentedSynthesizer," by Robert Enright, Volume 20#3 (#79), 14.

 

Barrow,Robert

 

portfolios

 

"Animalscapes:The Photographs of Robert Barrow," introduction by Meeka Walsh, Volume6#4, 67-76.

 

Bartole,Genevieve

 

poetry

 

"Trees,"Volume 1#3&4, 7.

 

Basbaum,Ricardo

 

about

 

"RicardoBasbaum, the NBP object and Four Verbs," article by Renato Rodrigues da Silva, Volume 28#1 (#109), 56-63.

 

Bassi,Leo

 

about

 

"BassiNon Profundo," Reg Skene (review of The Ape Man), Volume 12#4, 56-58.

 

Bates,Maxwell

 

about

 

"Maxand my Mother: A Memoir," P.K. Page, Volume 7#4, 74-76.

"MaxwellBates," (visual art review by Sky Glabush), Volume 23#3 (#91), 111-113.

"Messagesfrom Max," Marilyn C. Baker, (review: Maxwell Bates: Biography of anArtist by Kathleen M. Snow), Volume 13#4, 78-79.

 

articles/interviews

 

"TheSelf-Contained Castle: Maxwell Bates and P.K. Page in Conversation,"Volume 7#4, 77-79.

 

Bates, Pat Martin about "Pat Martin Bates," (visual art review byMary Kerr), Volume 24#4 (#96), 102-103.

 

Bates, Temple

 

about

 

"Girl Talk,"(Article by Robin Laurence re: Julie Morstad, Tamara Bond, Temple Bates),Volume 24#3 (#95), 80-86.

 

Bates,Wanita

 

portfolio

 

"Travellers'First Communion," (photographic portfolio re: Irish Travellers), Volume 17#1,33-39.

 

Battersby,Cooper

 

about

 

"Fantasia,"Barbara Isherwood, (review of group show: Shary Boyle, Daniel Barrow, Emily VeyDuke and Cooper Battersby), Volume 25#3 (#99), 111-113.

 

Baxter,Iain

 

about

 

"NaturalDouble Takes," David Garneau, (visual art review: Iain Baxter: Landscape Works),18#3 (#71), 52-5

 

Bayne,Mike

 

about

 

"Detailesque,"(borderview by Robert Enright), Volume 28#2 (#110), 18.

 

artpages

 

"DaysRoad, Feburary 2008," (exhibtion at Katherine Mulherin Contemporary ArtProjects), Volume 28#2 (#110), 77-79.

 

Beale,Nigel

 

review

 

"JMWTurner," (visual art review), Volume 27 #4 (#108), 115-117.

 

Beam,Carl

 

reviews

 

"ThrillingUs Softly," Alison Gillmor, (re: Paintings from The Columbus Boat), Volume12#3, 48.

 

Beaman, Lori

 

review

 

"DavidUmholtz," (visual art review), Volume 24#3 (#95), 104-106.

 

Bean, Robert Enright

 

about

 

"Imageand Inscription: An Anthology of Contemporary Canadian Photography, editedby Robert Bean," (book review by Leah Sandals), Volume 25#3 (#99), 130-132.

 

 

Beardy,Jackson

 

about

 

"TheLife and Art of Jackson Beardy," Kenneth Hughes, Volume 1#1, 51-53.

"JacksonBeardy: A Reminiscence," Sarah Yates, Volume 4#3, 8-12.

 

Beatty,Greg

 

reviews

 

"TheArchaeology of Beauty: Recent Paintings by Sky Glabush," visual art, Volume19#4 (#76), 84-86.

"Cocktailsfor the Millennium," (visual art: Space Camp 2000), Volume 20#1 (#77),67-69.

"Cuteographies,"(visual art review: Fluffy curated by Anthony Kiendl), Volume 19#1(#73), 77-79.

"HopeNest," (visual art review: Reconstructing Identity: Latvian WomenArtists), Volume 16#1, 52-53.

"Jarrymandering,"(theatre review: The Curtain Razor's Theatre Company — Ubu Roi), Volume18#1 (#69), 72-73.

"Remembranceof Beauty's Past," (visual art review: McKay: A Critical Retrospective),Volume 16#2, 64-65.

"RoundLegs, Square Wholes," (dance review: "New Round and SquareDances" performed by New Dance Horizons), 18#3 (#71), 74-75.

"SmallDichotomies," (visual art: Little Worlds curated by AnthonyKiendl), Volume 17#4 (#68), 60-61.

"Spektator,Rough Harmonies," dance review: New Dance Horizons, Volume 20#3 (#79), 74-75.

"Still-DreamingAfter All These Fears," (visual art review: Joey Morgan: The Man Who Waitsand Sleeps While I Dream), Volume 17#1, 67-69.

"Tracinga Ghostly Dance," (visual art review: The Trace of the Ghost Dancecurated by Cindy Richmond), Volume 10#3, 30-31.

"TheUncanny: Experiments in Cyborg Culture," (visual arts review including imagesfrom Lewis Hine and Tony Oursler), Volume 21#2 (#82), 81-83.

"TheWeyburn Project," (visual arts review), Volume 21#4 (#84), 82-84.

"Wouldthe Real Art Please Stand Up," (re: Ann Harbuz: Inside Community, OutsideConvention), Volume 15#2, 52-53.

 

Beck,Andrew

 

about

 

"FreshBlood: A Review," Alison Gillmor, Volume 6#4, 46-47.

"Landscapein Blue," Al Rushton, Volume 7#1, 48-51.

 

Becker,John

 

"HopeOpera," Volume 12#3, 21-23.

 

Beckettfest

 

"Weightingfor Godot," (re: Beckettfest, Samuel Beckett), Volume 20#1 (#77), 10-11.

 

Beckmann, Max

 

about

 

"ThePainter of Things That Never Go Away," (interview by Robert Enright: EricFischl on Max Beckmann), Volume 22#3 (#87), 68-77.

 

Beebe,Rhonda

 

reviews

 

"BloodyJack (book by Dennis Cooley)," Volume 4#4, 44.

 

Beer,Ann

 

"Mentors,Mirrors, Muses and Monsters: Reflections on the Relationship between Writersand their Computers," Volume 10#4, 72-75.

 

reviews

 

"TheMarriage of Real and Surreal," (book reviews: The Happiest Man in theWorld and Other Stories by David Arnason and The Missing Child bySandra Birdsell), Volume 9#1, 29-31.

"ThinkingToo Precisely on Some Events," (book review: Places Far from Ellesmereby Aritha van Herk), Volume 10#3, 35-36.

 

Beer,Ruth

 

about

 

"RuthBeer," (visual art review by Christopher Olson), Volume 23#3 (#91), 113-115.

 

Begamudré,Ven

 

proverbs

 

"HowVery Practical the Indian," Volume 14#3, 56-58.

"ALayrinth of Misnaming," Volume 10#3, 46-47.

 

Belcourt, Louise

 

about

 

"SubjectiveAbstractionists: The Painting of Karin Davie and Louise Belcourt," (article byDaniel Baird), Volume 24#3 (#95), 38-49.

 

Bélisle,Jean-Franćois

 

reviews

 

"WhitneyBiennial 2006," (visual arts review), Volume 25#2 (#98), 107-109.

 

Bell,John Kim

 

"Inthe Beginning was the Bell," Jacqui Good, (review of Canadian Native DanceTheatre production of "In the Land of the Spirits", ExecutiveProducer John Kim Bell), Volume 11#4, 74-75.

 

Bell,Mark

 

"Flatlanders:Collecting The Present in Toronto," (review by Xandra Eden of works byElizabeth McIntosh, Eric Glavin, Mark Bell, Sally Spath, and Nestor Kruger),Volume 20#4 (#80), 34-40.

 

Belmore,Rebecca

 

about

 

"RacingAgainst History: The Art of Rebecca Belmore," Robin Laurence (visual artsreview), Volume 21#3 (#83), 42-48.

"RebeccaBelmore," (visual art review by Robin Laurence), Volume 27 #4 (#108), 110-113.

 

interview

 

"ThePoetics of History: An Interview With Rebecca Belmore," (with Robert Enright),Volume 24#3 (#95), 62-69.

 

Belott,Brian

 

about

 

"BrianBelott," Sky Glabush (visual art review of "Lost and Found Slideshow"), Volume26#4 (#104), 94-96.

 

Benner,Richard

 

about

 

"Outrageous!and the Possibilities of Coming Out," Allison Graham, Volume 1#3&4,131.

 

Benner,Ron

 

about

 

"AllThat Has Value, Eating up the Americas," Len Findlay, (re:Ron Benner: AllThat Has Value), Volume 14#3, 32-35.

 

Benner, Tom

 

about

 

"TomBenner," (visual art review of "Cruising the Margins" by Steven Matijcio),Volume 24#1 (#93), 89-90.

 

Bennett, Martin and Chris

 

about

 

"Martinand Chris Bennett," (visual arts review of "I'm Smarter I'm Better Looking" byGregory Elgstrand), Volume 23#2 (#90), 88-90.

 

Benoit,Virgil

 

reviews

 

"Metis,People Between Two Worlds (book by Julia D. Harrison)," Volume 4#3, 34.

 

Bentham,Doug

 

about

 

"FormFollows Form," David Garneau, (visual art review: Studio Series: DouglasBentham), Volume19#2 (#74), 70-71.

"ModernistSculpture on the Prairies: A Critical Appraisal," Liz Wylie, Volume 3#3,10-16.

 

Bergen,David

 

about

 

"TheCase of Lena S. by David Bergen," (book review by Wayne Tefs), Volume 21#4(#84), 88-90.

"Lesseris Moral," Birk Sproxton (review: A Year of Lesser), Volume 15#3,65-66.

 

Berger,John

 

about

 

"Ceremoniesof Innocence," Meeka Walsh, (review: To The Wedding), Volume 14#2,54-56.

"TheIntimate Idealogue: an interview with John Berger," Robert Enright,Volume14#2, 28-37.

 

fiction

 

"Tothe Wedding," Volume 14#2, 38-40.

 

Berlin Biennial

 

about

 

"OfMice and Men: The Fourth Berlin Biennial for Contemporary Art," RosemaryHeather (visual art review including artists *Cathy Wilkes, *Rachel Harrison,Markus Schinwald, Tadeusz Kantor, Pravdoliub Ivanov, Viktor Alimpiev, PaulMcCarthy), Volume 25#2 (#98), 105-107.

 

Berlin Embassies

 

about

 

"Diplomaciesof the Built World: Berlin's New Embassies," (article by Sascha Hastings),Volume 25#2 (#98), 76-82.

 

Berlind, Robert

 

reviews

 

"Henri,We Hardly Knew You," (book review: Ruthless Hedonism: The American Receptionof Matisse by John O'Brian), Volume 18#4 (#72), 80-85.

"ASweeper-Up After Artists: A Memoir by Irving Sandler," (book review),Volume 23#1 (#89), 100-102.

 

About

 

"RobertBerlind/Alex Katz: Recent Paintings," (visual arts review by James Trainor),Volume 21#1 (#81), 66-67.

 

Bernard, Cindy

 

about

 

"Heaven'sGaze: The Filmic Geographies of Cindy Bernard," Martha Langford, Volume15#4, 50-55.

 

Bernstein,Leonard

 

about

 

"ImpossibleLenny: A Personal View of Leonard Bernstein," Bramwell Tovey, Volume 10#1,18-19.

 

Berrezner,Evgeny

 

about

 

"PhotoOpportunities," Robert Everett-Green, (photography review: "Transition, Memoryand Loss: A Symposium on Contemporary Photography" featuring Evgeny Berrezner,Angela Grauerholz, Thaddeus Holownia, Diana Thorneycroft, Chris Townsend),Volume 17#2 (#66), 70-71.

 

Berry,Halle

 

About

 

"HalleBerry, Full of Grace," (column by Robert Enright) Volume 21#1 (#81), 14-15.

 

Berry, Michelle

 

Fiction

 

"Martin,"(image by Andrew Valko), Volume 20#2 (#78), 108-113.

 

Bertolucci,Bernardo

 

About

 

"BeautyMarks," (review by Petra Halkes, exhibition entitled "The Beauty of Evil,"featuring Eleanor Bond, Thomas Ruff, Anselm Kiefer, Julian Rosefeldt, PieroSteinle, Bernardo Bertolucci, Marlene Dumas, Andres Serrano), Volume 21#1(#81), 38-43.

 

Besant,Derek

 

about

 

"TheGeography of Memory," Patricia Robertson, (visual art review: The SleeplessNight/ La Nuit Blanche by Derek Besant), Volume 19#1 (#73), 73-74.

 

 

Besner,Neil

 

articles

 

"TheHeart of Novelness," (re: Headhunter & The Stillborn Loverby Timothy Findley), Volume 12#4, 59-62.

 

Bessai,Diane

 

about

 

"ShowingWest: Three Prairie Docu-Dramas: A Review," Lee Anne Block, Volume 3#1,45.

 

Bethune-Leamen,Katie

 

review

 

""TheConstant Search for a Better Way"," (visual art review re: SFU Galleryexhibtion, featuring the artwork by Evan Lee & Ian Wallace), Volume 27 #4(#108), 119-121.

 

Betina

 

about

 

"ThirdWorld Art: A Symposium on Performance Art," (with others) Volume 6#1,21-24.

 

Beug,Lorne

 

portfolio

 

"TheIdeal City, Architecture of the Past, Archaeology of the Future," (textand manipulated photographs), Volume 18#1 (#69), 12-15.

 

Beuys, Joseph

 

about

 

"JosephBeuys," (visual art review by Gary Michael Dault), Volume 23#3 (#91), 119-122.

 

Beveridge,Karl

 

about

 

"Workersin Progress: The Art of Carole Condé and Karl Beveridge," (article by MarthaLangford), Volume 25#3 (#99), 98-103.

 

Biennalede Montreal, La

 

about

 

"Crack theSky—La Biennale de Montreal #5," James D. Campbell, (visual art review includingimages of work by Noam Gonick and Luis Jacob, Eleanor Bond, Janice Kerbel,Chris Cran, Sarah Anne Johnson, Paulo Whitaker), Volume 26#4 (#104), 110-113.

"UtopianDreamer," borderview by Robert Enright (re: 5th Biennale deMontreal/Wayne Baerwaldt), Volume 26#2 (#102), 16-17.

 

Bingham,Russell

 

reviews

 

"TheBigness of Small," (re: Alan Reynolds), Volume 13#2, 58-59.

"SteelHide Away," (visual art review: Peter Hide in Context: A RetrospectiveExhibition), Volume 18#1 (#69), 68-70.

 

Birdsell,Sandra

 

about

 

"TheAscent of Sandra Birdsell," Wayne Tefs, column, Volum 12#3, 8-9.

"FirstPerson Singular: The Determined Short Fiction of Sandra Birdsell, AnInterview," (with Robert Enright) Volume 4#2, 10-13.

"TheMarriage of Real and Surreal," Annie Beer, (book review: The MissingChild by Sandra Birdsell), Volume 9#1, 29-31.

"NightTravellers: A Review," Melinda McCracken, Volume 2#3, 62.

"APortrait of the Grandmother as a Young Girl," Robert Enright, (borderview re: TheTown that Floated Away), Volume 16#4, 5-6.

TheRusslander by Sandra Birdsell, (a review by Irene D'Souza) Volume 20#4(#80), 80-82.

 

"WriteSpeaking Mennonites: A Symposium," (with others), Volume 5#4, 21-28.

 

fiction

 

"Fallingin Love," Volume 2#4, 52-57.

"Roomsfor Rent," Volume 14#3, 38-45.

 

Birney,Earle

 

about

 

"CanadianBards and Scoffing Reviewers," Patrick Lane, (review: Earle Birney: AlLife by Elspeth Cameron), Volume 14#1, 68-69.

 

Bisaillon,Cindy

 

reviews

 

"TheIntimatorio," (re: The Diary of Frida Kahlo: An Intimate Self-Portrait),Volume 14#4, 87-88.

 

Bitney,Kate

 

poetry

 

"BachPoem," Volume 6#1, 38.

 

Black,Anthea

 

reviews

 

"2007Alberta Biennial of Contemporary Art: ‘Living Utopia and Disaster'," (visualart review), Volume 26#4 (#104), 99-101.

"RonMoppett and Carol Wainio," (visual art review), Volume 27#3 (#107), 197-198.

 

Blackwell,Adrian

 

about

 

"AdrianBlackwell," (visual art review by Gary Michael Dault), Volume 27 #4 (#108),102-103.

 

Blicq,Andy

 

about

 

"Peopleof the Interlake: A Review," Meeka Walsh, Volume 5#4, 51-52.

 

reviews

 

"TheBest Possible Face: L.B. Foote's Winnipeg (compiled by Doug Smith and MichaelOlito)," Volume 5#1, 33-34.

 

Block,Lee Anne

 

articles

 

"Asthe Fetish Turns: Winnipeg's Shared Stage," Volume 5#3, 7-9.

 

reviews

 

"ShowingWest: Three Prairie Docu-Dramas (edited by Diane Bessai and Don Kerr) and BlackPowder: Estevan 1981 (book by Rex Deverell and Geofrrey Ursell)," Volume3#1, 45.

"Obsessionals:Winnipeg's International Intermedia Performance Art Festival," (with JeanSourrisseau) Volume 6#1, 25-27.

"GasStation Theatre Summer Season '87," Volume 6#4, 43.

 

Blodgett,E.D.

 

about

 

"Un-Writing,"Dawne McCance, (book review: Silence, The Word And the Sacred edited byE.D.Blodgett and Harold Coward), Volume 9#2, 23-24.

 

Blondeau,Lori

 

about

 

"Lori Blondeauand Adrian Stimson," (visual art review of performance piece with AdrianStimson by Lori Weidenhammer), Volume 26#1 (#101), 91-93.

 

Bly,Carol

 

"AWartime Traveller," fiction, Volume 9#3, 42-49.

 

about

 

"Backbone:Short Stories, A Review," Meeka Walsh, Volume 4#4, 64-65.

"TheNecessary Dissenter: An Interview with Carol Bly," Interview by RobertEnright, Introduction by Meeka Walsh, Volume 9#3, 11-17.

 

BlueNote Café

 

about

 

"BlueNotes: Variations on a Late Night Theme," James Leslie Donahue, Volume 9#2,16-19.

 

Boddy,Trevor

 

reviews

 

"GangingUp on the Big Jackie Owe: or Why the Sturm-und-Dragshow on Tunnel Mountain?"(opera review re: "Jackie O: An Opera in Two Acts" and "The Gang"), Volume16#4, 72-76.

"OCanada at O America," (opera review: Opera America), Volume 18#3 (#71), 65-68.

 

articles

 

"TombstoneOutlaw: What Ron Keenberg's Self-Published Monograph Says about CanadianArchitectural Culture," Volume 25#2 (#98), 84-89.

 

Boesing,Martha

 

reviews

 

"Walkingthe Path of the Visionaries," (re: Power Pipes, Spiderwoman Theater)Volume 11#4, 77-78.

 

Bogusky, Alf

 

About

 

"BoardWalk", Robin Laurence, Volume 20#1 (#77), 16-17.

 

Boichuk,Mykhailo

 

About

 

"ThePhenomenon of the Ukrainian Avant-Garde 1910-1935," (visual arts review byOliver A. I. Botar, featuring visuals from Viktor Palmov and Mykhailo Boichuk),Volume 21#1 (#81), 74-77.

 

Bök, Christian

 

Review

 

"Nyctalopia,"visual art, (Night Visions by Kate Brown), Volume 20#2 (#78), 136-137.

 

BolaĖo,Robert

 

about

 

"2666 by Robert BolaĖo," (book review byTracy Valcourt), Volume28#2 (#110), 100-103.

 

Boldt,Dale

 

about

 

"FreshBlood: A Review," Alison Gillmor, Volume 6#4, 46-47.

 

Bond,Eleanor

 

about

 

"AerialApparent: The Recent Work of Eleanor Bond," Meeka Walsh, Volume 7#3,12-18.

"Architexture:The Paintings of Eleanor Bond," visual art review: Cliff Eyland, Volume 19#4(#76), 70-71.

 "Cartographers of Desire," Sky Glabush,(visual art review: Irene Whittome and Eleanor Bond), Volume 18#2 (#70), 57-59.

"BeautyMarks," (review by Petra Halkes, exhibition entitled "The Beauty of Evil,"featuring Eleanor Bond, Thomas Ruff, Anselm Kiefer, Julian Rosefeldt, PieroSteinle, Bernardo Bertolucci, Marlene Dumas, Andres Serrano), Volume 21#1(#81), 38-43.

 

"ColdComfort in Hot Food," Myron Love, Volume 4#1, 54-55.

"TheComfort of Edges: Working the Calm Bewilderment," Robert Enright, Volume15#1, 10-17.

"Fragile:Reconstruct with Care," Petra Halkes, (review: Cosmoville), Volume 15#1,61-64.

"Landscapein Blue," Al Rushton, Volume 7#1, 48-51.

 

interview

 

"Canada'sPainting Bond: An Interview with Eleanor Bond," (with Robert Enright), Volume23#3 (#91), 82-91.

 

portfolio

 

"TheWinnipeg AlphaBestiary: The Many and the Marvelous," (P), Volume 25#1 (#97),52-88.

 

Bond, Tamara

 

about

 

"GirlTalk," (Article by Robin Laurence re: Julie Morstad, Tamara Bond, TempleBates), Volume 24#3 (#95), 80-86.

 

Boning,Frieso

 

about

 

"NewArt from Manitoba at the Winnipeg Art Gallery," Arthur Adamson, Volume3#1, 34-36.

"Toolsof Power: A Review," Alison Gillmor, Volume 5#3, 30-31.

 

Bonnard,Pierre

 

about

 

"CoreIntimacies, Eric Fischl on the Art of Pierre Bonnard," Robert Enright,Volume 17#3 (#67), 55-61.

 

Bonvicini, Monica

 

about

 

"BeyondCinema: The Art of Projection Films, Videos and Installations from 1963-2005,"(image of piece in exhibition included in visual art review by RosemaryHeather), Volume 26#1 (#101) 89-91.

 

Boon, Channa

 

about

 

"SeeingIsn't Believing," Carol Podedworny (visual art review: Lightship: ChannaBoon & Petra Halkes), Volume 18#3 (#71), 53-54.

 

Borasi,Giovanna

 

about

 

"1973:Sorry, Out of Gas," James D. Campbell, (visual art review of exhibition curatedby Mirko Zardini and Giovanna Borasi), Volume 27#2 (#106), 82-84.

 

Borduas,Paul-Emile

 

about

 

"Paul-EmileBorduas: A Review," Joseph Christianson, Volume 7#4, 49-50.

 

Borsa,Joan

 

"SubversiveCelebration: The Romaniac Brothers," Volume 7#1, 26-28.

 

about

 

"AnotherPrairies," Terrrence Heath, (exhibition review), Volume 6#1, 28.

 

Boss,Michael

 

about

 

"MichaelBoss and Leslie Thompson," (visual arts review by Petra Halkes), Volume 21#4(#84), 84-86.

 

Botar,Oliver A.I

 

Review

 

"Documenta11," (visual arts review), Volume 21#3 (#83), 95-100.

"ThePhenomenon of the Ukrainian Avant-Garde 1910-1935," (visual arts review,featuring visuals from Viktor Palmov and Mykhailo Boichuk), Volume 21#1 (#81),74-77.

 

Bouchard,Roland

 

about

 

"ProvisionalPassion," Scott Ellis, (visual art review: Un Chemin de la Croix),Volume 9#1, 32-33.

 

Bourdeau,Robert

 

portfolio

 

"TheStation Point, The photographs of Robert Bourdeau," text by Anne Michaels,Volume 18#1 (#69), 49-55.

 

Bourgeois, Louise

 

About

 

"Egdges ofResistence: The Language of Art in Louise Bourgeois and Nancy Spero,"(bordernotes by Meeka Walsh), volume 28#2 (#110), 10-12.

"LouiseBourgeois," (visual art review of "Insomnia Drawings" by Terrence Heath),Volume 23#1 (#89), 91-92.

 

Bourke-White, Margaret

 

about

 

"FrontalLepidoptery," Gary Genosko, (column), Volume 18#3 (#71), 14-15.

 

Bouthillette,Sylvain

 

about

 

"Punk Buddha," (Borderview by RobertEnright), Volume 25#1 (#97), 12-13.

 

 

Bowering,George

 

about

 

"CreativeReading: The Criticism of Bowering and Kroetsch," Birk Sproxton, (bookreview: Imaginary Hand: Essays) Volume 8#3, 29-30.

 

fiction

 

"Nadab,"Volume 11#3, 60-66.

 

memoirs

 

"WhatI Saw and Heard in the Sixties," Volume 15#4, 44-48.

 

borderviews

 

"Take MeOut to the Art Gallery," (re: Jim Dow), Volume 16#3, 6-7.

 

Boyce,Martin

 

about

 

"Body: NewArt from the UK, (image included in review of group show by Andrea Carson),Volume 25#3 (#99), 123-124.

 

Boyce,Sonia

 

"Makingthe Impossible Self: A Symposium on Current Art Practice," (with others)Volume 7#3, 33-35.

 

Boyd,June

 

about

 

"TheLimits of Enchantment," Ron Frohwerk, (visual art review: Alone in aSecret Garden), Volume 9#4, 49-50.

 

Boyer,Bob

 

about

 

"BobBoyer," visual art review by David Garneau, Volume28#1 (#109), 112-114.

"Bob Boyerand Jeff Thomas," (visual art review by David Garneau), Volume 24#2 (#94),108-109.

 

Boyle,Danny

 

about

 

"Crashand Sperm," Robert Enright, (re: movies, Trainspotting and Crashby David Cronenberg), Volume 16#1, 9-10.

 

Boyle,Shary

 

about

 

"Fantasia,"Barbara Isherwood, (review of group show: Shary Boyle, Daniel Barrow, Emily VeyDuke and Cooper Battersby), Volume 25#3 (#99), 111-113.

"SharyBoyle," William Ganis, (visual art review re: "Aspects & Excess"), Volume26#2 (#102), 87-88.

"UneasyPainting: The Ambiguous Art of Shary Boyle," interview by Robert Enright, introby Meeka Walsh, Volume 26#3 (#103), 84-93.

 

Brace,DJ

 

about

 

"26/Two-Sicks/Too-Six...",(article by Cliff Eyland re 26: Fred Thomas, Ian August, DJ Brace, Cyrus Smith,Melanie Rocan, Shaun Morin, David Wityk), Volume 23#4 (#91), 16-27.

 

Brakhage,Stan

 

about

 

"CaroleeSchneemann and Stan Brakhage," Robin Laurence (review of Schneeman's DEVOUR andBrakhage's About Time: Four Late Stan Brakhage Films), Volume 25#2(#98), 102-105.

 

 

Brandt,Di

 

about

 

"Geographiesof Hurt," Birk Sproxton (book review: Agnes in the Sky) Volume10#1, 54-55.

"questioni asked my mother: A Review," Ralph Friesen, Volume 7#2, 30-31.

"WriteSpeaking Mennonites: A Symposium," (with others), Volume 5#4, 21-28.

 

poetry

 

"AngryPoems for December Sixth," Volume 9#1, 28.

"AtBasil's," Volume 8#2, 49.

"Poems,"Volume 2#4, 29.

"Poems,"Volume 5#3, 31.

"3Poems for Agnes," Volume 8#2, 49.

"WeddingPoem for Phyllis, 1989," Volume 8#2, 49.

"WomanShelling Peas in Acrylic Green," Volume 2#4, 29.

 

Brask,Per

 

about

 

"NotCrossing the Track," Scott Ellis, (book review: Double Danish:Contemporary Short Stories from Denmark), Volume 10#3, 32-33.

 

articles

 

"Whatis an Art Theatre?" Volume 3#1, 46-47.

 

reviews

 

"Anitaand Christina/Philippe: A Review," Patrick Friesen, Volume 5#1, 29-30.

"ThePlay's the Thing," Rory Runnells (re:Aboriginal Voices: Amerindian,Inuit and Sami Theater, ed. Per Brask, William Morgan) Volume 12#3, 55-56.

 

portfolios

 

"StillStories," (with Peter Tittenberger) Volume 7#2, 18-25.

 

essays

 

"Whenthe Body Speaks: An Enocunter with Primus," Volume 11#1, 24-30.

 

fiction

 

"Anita,"Volume 4#1, 56-57.

 

poetry

 

"Cro-Magnonat Lascaux," Volume 6, 17.

"SaskatoonBar Poems," Volume 9#1, 36.

 

Braun,Lois

 

about

 

"AStone Watermelon: A Review," Howard Curle, Volume 6#3, 21.

 

fiction

 

"Applesor Blossoms," Volume 5#2, 42-47.

"TheMontreal Cats," Volume 10#4, 34-38.

"ThePumpkin-Eaters," Volume 7#3, 19-24.

 

Brayshaw, Christopher

 

visualart

 

"BlindTime: Ken Lum's Photo Mirrors," Volume 16#4, 42-45.

 

reviews

 

"BorderHistories," (photography review: Geoffrey James's Running Fence), Volume17#4 (#68), 66-68

"DouglasGordon," (visual arts review), Volume 21#3 (#83), 101-103.

"ExponentialFuture," (visual arts review), Volume 27#2 (#106), 105-107.

"Inthe Zone," (photography review: photos of Chernobyl evacuation zone byDavid McMillan), Volume 15#4, 57-58.

"KitschSalon," (visual art review: "Gregory Crewdson: Disturbed Nature), Volume 19#2(#74), 79-80.

"MourningBecomes Eclectic," (photography review: "Roy Arden"), Volume 17#2 (#66), 72-73.

"NeilWedman and Joanne Tod, Spitting Images,"

"AlainPaiement," (visual art review), Volume 23#2 (#90), 85-87.

"Photographyagainst itself: On Arni Haraldsson," (photography review) Volume 21#2 (#82),60-66.

"ShadowLandscapes," (re: Fred Douglas. Menu for Sunset: An Apparent Story),Volume 15#3, 59-61.

"TechnoHectoring," visual art, (re: David Rokeby), Volume 20#2 (#78), 135-136.

"ThoughtStructures," (visual art review: Shape by Daniel Congdon), Volume 19#1(#73), 63-64.

"VacantTerrain," (visual art review: Dick Averns's Luxury Avenue and KhaiFoo's Still), Volume 18#1 (#69), 62-63.

 

Brener,Roland

 

about

 

"RolandBrener," (visual arts review of "Three Recent Works by Roland Brener" byTerrence Heath), Volume 22#2 (#86), 91-93.

"Victoria's Secret," article by Christian Giroux, (re:Victoria Sculptors—Mowry Baden, Daniel Laskarin, Robert Wise, Roland Brener,Grant Watson, Ken Lum, Wendy Welch), Volume 22#3 (#87), 60-67.

 

 

Brennan,Blair

 

Review

 

"Dive:David Diviney and Craig Le Blanc," (visual art review), Volume 25#4 (#100),95-97.

 

Brennan,Katie

 

reviews

 

"MaryHeilmann," (visual art review), Volume 28#1 (#109),106-107.

 

Bringhurst,Robert

 

poetry

 

"Conversationswith a Toad," Volume 6#2, 32.

 

about

 

"Visions:Contemporary Art in Canada (edited by Robert Bringhurst, Geoffrey James,Russell Keziere, Doris Shadbolt)," Peter Millard, Volume 4#1, 27.

 

Bristol,Joanne

 

 

reviews

 

"HousingAround," (visual art review: "The House Project" by Michael Toppings), Volume19#3 (#75), 85-86.

"JoanneBristol," (visual arts review of "s.p.a.c.e.t.r.a.s.h.2.0.0.3." by AmyKarlinsky), Volume 22#4 (#88), 115-117.

 

about

 

"PatheticAesthetics", Robert Enright, (borderview), Volume 18#4 (#72), 7-8.

 

Brodo,Irwin M.

 

About

 

"Lichensof North America: by Irwin M. Brodo, Sylvia Duran Sharnoff and StephenSharnoff," (book  review by DavidArnason), Volume 21#2 (#82), 87-88.

 

Bronson, AA

 

About

 

"ParticularizingSome General Ideas," (interview with AA Bronson by Robert Enright), Volume 23#1(#89), 28-44.

 

Artist pages

 

"AABronson: excerpts from NEST," (artist pages: Justus, 2003, Paul and Scott, 2003, Maurizio and Andrew, 2003), Volume 23#1 (#89), 63-65.

 

Brooks,Jill

 

reviews

 

"Revelationsand Process," Arthur Adamson, (review: Five), Volume 1#2, 20-21.

 

Brooks,Martha

 

reviews

 

"SweetNothings from the Fifties: A Review of Paradise Cafe and Other Stories,"Melinda McCracken, Volume 8#2, 48.

 

Brossard, Nicole

 

About

 

"Detouring:Nicole Brossard's Installations," book review by mariianne mays, Volume19#4 (#76), 82-83.

 

Brown, Cecily

 

interview

 

"PaintWhisperer," (interview with Robert Enright), Volume 24#1 (#93), 36-49.

 

Brown,David

 

about

 

"ThirdWorld Art: A Symposium on Performance Art," (with others) Volume 6#1,21-24.

 

Brown,Denise

 

reviews

 

"LesBatteux (book by Marcien Ferland)," (with Louise Scatliff) Volume 3#1,41-42.

"Piecesen un Acte (book by André Castelain de la Lande)," Volume 3#2, 26-27.

 

Brown,Ian

 

column

 

"TheBomb Squad," Volume 14#3, 10-11.

 

Brown,Kate

 

Review

 

"Nyctalopia,"visual art, (Night Visions), by Christian Bök, Volume 20#2 (#78),136-137.

 

Brown,Matthew

 

about

 

"EnclosedEncounters of a Strange Kind," (Borderview by Robert Enright), Volume 24#4,14-15.

"MatthewBrown," visual art review by Sean Alward, Volume 27#2 (#106), 109-110.

 

Brown,Michael Benjamin

 

about

 

"CrashCoursing," (borderview by Robert Enright), Volume 28#2 (#102), 16-17.

 

Brown,Richard

 

about

 

"Catchas Paint Can," Cliff Eyland, (review: The Manitoba Studio Series), Volume15#1, 56-58.

"RichardBrown's Recent Drawings," Tom Lovatt, Volume 7#3, 48-49.

 

Brown, Shirley

 

about

 

"PaintingOut of the Blue," Tom Lovatt, (visual art review: Tornadoes),Volume 9#2, 40.

"ThePower and the Sorry," Sigrid Dahle, Volume 12#3, 53-55.

"ShirleyBrown," (visual art review by Amy Karlinsky), Volume 24#4 (#96), 100-101.

 

Browne,Rachel

 

about

 

"Dance-Maker,The Turbulent and Moving Times of Rachel Browne," Jacqui Good, Volume 8#4,58-63.

"Tellingthe Dancer from the Dance: Rachel Browne and Contemporary Dancers Canada,"Richard Forzley, Volume 4#4, 30-33.

 

Bruce,Jean

 

about

 

"LosingAnother Eden," Abraham Arnold,(review: The Last Best West), Volume1#2, 74.

 

Bruce, Robert

 

about

 

"RobertBruce," (visual art review by Amy Karlinsky), Volume 23#3 (#91), 115-116.

 

Bruce,Todd

 

about

 

"RhapsodyIndefinite," Robert Budde, (book review: Rhapsody in D), volume 17#1,60-63.

 

review

 

"FeelBad Story," (book review: The Tracey Fragments by Maureen Medved),Volume 17#3 (#67), 66-68

 

Brueckner,Derek

 

about

 

"UncertainBodies," Sigrid Dahle,(review: Derek Brueckner: Re/Searching the Figural)Volume 13#1, 53-55.

 

Brunet-Weinmann,Monique

 

about

 

"Copigraphy:Elements for a Global History By Monique Brunet-Weinmann," (new mediareview by Ray Ellenwood), Volume 22#2 (#86), 94-96.

 

Bryars,Gavin

 

about

 

"BryarsPatching, The Musical Construction of Gavin Bryars," Robert Enright,Volume 13#2, 26-36.

 

 

Bubas,Karin

 

about

 

"AlfredHitchcock Paints a Photograph," (borderview by Robert Enright), Volume 25#3(#99), 16-17.

 

artpages

 

Volume25#3 (#99), 105-107.

 

Buckaway,Catherine

 

about

 

"PoetryTimes Three: A Review of Blue Windows," Robert Quickenden, Volume 8#2, 20.

 

Buckley,Helen

 

about

 

"TheSame Things Indifferently," Ralph Kuropatwa, (review of From WoodenPloughs to Welfare), Volume 11#4, 70-71.

"RhapsodyIndefinite," (book review: Rhapsody in D by Todd Bruce), volume 17#1,60-63.

 

Budak,Adam

 

interviews

 

"No SafeWords," (re: Noam Gonick), Volume 27#3 (#107), 168-?.

 

Budde,Robert

 

reviews

 

"LettingYour Fingers Do the Talking," (re: Yellow Pages: A Catalogue ofIntentions by Nicole Markotic), Volume 14#4, 74.

 

Budney, Jen

 

Articles

 

"Eden ofGarden: Reversing the Expulsion," Volume 19#4 (#76), 57-60.

 

Buffery,Bill.

 

about

 

"UnnaturalGrace," Robert Enright (borderviews: Messing with Medea), Volume18#3 (#71), 7-8.

 

Buhr,Glenn

 

about

 

"UnfixAbility," Alison Gillmor, (review: Shift by Reva Stone; Tom Stroud, GlennBuhr; Huch Conacher, Margaret Sweatman), Volume 15#1, 65-66.

 

Bureau,Martin

 

about

 

"MartinBureau," (visual arts review of "(Se) faire-valoir" by Suzie Larivée), Volume22#2 (#86), 93-94.

 

Bureau,Paul

 

about

 

"TheFrench Fusion Legion," (Borderview by Robert Enright), Volume 22#1 (#85),11-12.

 

BuresMiller, George

 

about

 

"JanetCardiff and George Bures Miller," (Crossover by Catherine Elwes), Volume 22#4(#88), 104-105.

"PleasurePrincipals: The Art of Janet Cardiff & George Bures Miller," (introductionby Meeka Walsh), Volume 20#2 (#78), 22-35.

 

Burgess,Catherine

 

about

 

"ModernistSculpture on the Prairies: A Critical Appraisal," Liz Wylie, Volume 3#3,10-16.

 

Burgess,Szu

 

about

 

"Taking Itto the Streets," Meeka Walsh, (borderview re: diptychs), Volume 17#1, 4-5.

 

Buri,S.G.

 

articles

 

"RedRiver Book Shop," Volume 1#2, 73.

 

reviews

 

"Aphrodite'sCup," (re: Aphrodite's Cup by Georges Kuthan),Volume 1#1, 58.

"TheBox of Daylight: Northwest Coast Indian Art (book by Bill Holm)," Volume3#4, 34-35.

"TheDiaries of Louis Riel," (ed. Thomas Flanagan), Volume 1#1, 55.

"Divisionson a Ground: Essays on Canadian Culture," Volume 2#2, 56-59.

"DorothyLivesay (by Lee Briscoe Thompson)," Volume 7#2, 35.

"ToKeep and Re-read," (re: Open Country by George Amabile), Volume1#2, 77-78.

"Waitingfor Saskatchewan (by Fred Wah)," Volume 6#1, 38-39.

 

Burke,Frank

 

reviews

 

"Fellini'sCasanova: A Mechanical Child," Volume 1#2, 47.

 

Burkett,Ronnie

 

about

 

"CivilDisobedience: The Artful Puppetry of Ronnie Burkett," interview withRobert Enright, Volume 13#4, 9-18.

"Oldimentofor Strings," (re: play, Old Friends), Robert Enright, Volume 16#1,5-6.

 

Burman,Jack

 

about

 

"JackBurman," (visual art review by Kate Regan), Volume 25#3 (#99), 129-130.

 

Burnard,Bonnie

 

about

 

"TheOld Dance: Love Stories of One Kind or Another: A Review," Mark Duncan,Volume 6#2, 29-30.

 

Burnett,David

 

about

 

"ContemporaryCanadian Art, A Review (with Marilyn Schiff)," Peter Millard, Volume 4#1,27.

 

Burns,Bill

 

about

 

"AnimalRites Activist," Robert Enright, (borderview), Volume 19#1 (#73), 6-7.

"BillBurns," (visual art review by Randall Anderson), Volume 23#3 (#91), 116-117.

 

Burns,Isla

 

reviews

 

"ThePlace of Sculpture," Lelde Muehlenbachs, Volume 12#3, 64-47.

 

Burrows,Robert

 

about

 

"ToxicBeauty," Robin Laurence, (visual art review: "Tom Burrows: From the FourthDecade"), Volume 19#3 (#75), 83-85.

 

Burton,Tim

 

about

 

"Tourde Farce," Robert Enright, (review: The Nightmare Before Christmas),Volume 14#1, 65-66.

 

Burtynsky,Edward

 

about

 

"Auradynamics:The Task of the Spectator in the New Era of the Aura," visual art review byMartha Langford, (re: "Confluences" at CMCP and "Manufactured Landscapes" atthe National Gallery of Canada), Volume 22#2 (#86), 56-65.

"EdwardBurtynsky," (visual art review by Robin Laurence), Volume 28#2 (#110), 80-81.

 

Bush,Jack

 

about

 

"Bushed,"Robert Enright, (visual art review re: "Jack Bush: Hymn to the Sun, EarlyWork"), Volume 17#2 (#66), 56-57.

 

Butala,Sharon

 

about

 

"Queenof the Headaches: A Review," Wayne Tefs, Volume 5#2, 31.

 

Butler,John

 

reviews

 

"TheCollected Plays of Gwen Pharis Ringwood," Volume 2#4, 34-35.

"DramaticW.O. Mitchell: Five Plays," Volume 2#4, 35-36.

"TwoPlays: Paracelsus and Prometheus Bound (book by George Ryga, with introductionby Mavor Moore)," Volume 2#3, 63-64.

 

Butler,K.J. (Jack)

 

about

 

"Aligningthe Irresistible Patterns: An Interview with Jack Butler," Robert Enright,Volume 3#1, 11-17.

"Anirniliit:Breathing in the Cold," (review by Amy Karlinsky), Volume 23#2 (#90), 95-97.

"BodyDouble," Patrick Mahon, (review: We Need a New History: Autobiography,Autobiology by Jack and Sheila Butler), Volume 14#1, 73-74.

"ImageSpace/Space Image: K.J. Butler at the WAG," Terrence Heath,

Volume1#3&4, 82-84.

"Mind/BodyProcesses of Jack Butler," Arthur Adamson, Volume 3#1, 8-10.

 

portfolios

 

"BakerLake 1983-1984: A Photoessay," (with Bill Eakin) Volume 3#4, 20-25.

"TheEmbryology of a Journal," Introduction by Robert Enright, Volume 8#4,18-24.

 

Butler, Paul

 

about

 

"Canada Darling,"(visual art review), Volume 21#4 (#84), 74-76.

"Collageof One," (re: Paul Butler), Volume 20#2 (#78), 10-13.

"The GlueBoy: Paul Butler and the Art of Collage," Lee Henderson, Volume 27#3 (#107),48-56.

"PaulButler," (re: Collage Party, White Columns exhibition), James Trainor, Volume25#4 (#100), 86-89.

"Perfect10 Series: Collage 2000-2002," art pages, Volume 21#3 (#83), 69-71.

 

portfolio

 

"KeyholeCollages," (Director: Guy Maddin; Art Director: Paul Butler; Michael Dumontier,Brad Phillips, Simon Hughes, Jeff Funnell, Alicia Smith, Caelum Vatnsdal: ArtDepartment), Volume 26#4 (#104), 58-67.

 

Butler,Sheila

 

about

 

"TheAlibis of Kroetsch and Butler," Terrence Heath, Volume 6#3, 31-32.

"Anirniliit:Breathing in the Cold," (review by Amy Karlinsky), Volume 23#2 (#90), 95-97.

"BodyDouble," Patrick Mahon, (review: We Need a New History: Autobiography,Autobiology by Jack and Sheila Butler), Volume 14#1, 73-74.

"TheHierarchic and Animistic Vision of Sheila Butler," Arthur Adamson, Volume1#1, 45-47.

"Lullabyand Good Fright," by Gary Michael Dault (visual art review: Sheila Butler:Nursery Rhymes), Volume 17#4 (#68), 77-79.

"SheilaButler: Paintings 1986: A Review," Robert Enright, Volume 6#2, 26-27.

"TheYears of Figuring Dangerously: An Interview with Sheila Butler," RobertEnright, Volume 4#2, 45-52.

 

articles

 

"Women'sWork: The Radical Domestications of Aganetha Dyck," Volume 4#1, 15-19.

 

reviews

 

"FortunateHeirs: A Review of Out of Tradition (By Abraham Anghik and David RubenPiqtoukun)," Volume 8#2, 17-18.

"Imagesfrom Povungnituk," Volume 1#1, 22-23.

"TheMysterious Rooms and Enigmatic Journeys of Diane Whitehouse," Volume 3#3,38-39.

"Stonecutsand Lithographs from Cape Dorset, 1976-1977," Volume 1#3&4, 45-47.

 

portfolios

 

"TheAlibi Drawings," Volume 6#3, 33-40.

 

Cadieux, Genevieve

 

About

 

"DispiritingNature: The Work of Eldon Garnet and Genevieve Cadieux," Martha Langford,Volume 19#4 (#76), 36-41.

 

Cahén, Oscar

 

about

 

"OscarCahén: In Search of Lost Fame, (Article by Gary Michael Dault), Volume 23#3(#91), 58-63.

 

Cahill,Jane

 

about

 

"Trustingthe Teller and Not the Tale," Neal Davis Anderson, (review: Her Kind:Stories of Women from Greek Mythology), Volume 15#3, 53-56.

 

Cahun,Claude

 

about

 

"SelfDisruptions," Betsy Warland (photography review: Don't Kiss Me,Disruptions of the Self in the Work of Claude Cahun), Volume 18#1 (#69),63-65.

 

Calle,Sophie

 

about

 

"SophieCalle," (visual art review by James D. Campbell), Volume 27 #4 (#108), 99-101.

 

Calcutt, Shannon

 

About

 

"Holding aMirror Up to Laughter," borderview, by Robert Enright, Volume 20#3 (#79), 15.

 

Cameron,Alex

 

about

 

"Landscapex 4: Geoffrey James, Alex Cameron, Jennifer Stead, Kelly Richardson," visualart review by Petra Halkes (re: "Alex Cameron: Changing Weather" at KWAG),Volume 27#2 (#106), 98-100.

 

Cameron,Ann

 

reviews

 

"Artist'sProfile: Suzanne Gauthier," Volume 2#1, 58-59.

"BeyondLandscape: The Painting of Wanda Condon [Koop]," Volume 1#1, 15-17.

"TheThree-dimensional Line: A Relief Sculpture by Dale Amundson," Volume 1#2,14-17.

 

Cameron,Elspeth

 

about

 

"CanadianBards and Scoffing Reviewers," Patrick Lane, (review: Earle Birney: AlLife), Volume 14#1, 68-69.

 

Cameron,James

 

about

 

"StarOars: Titanic Goes Galactic with the Truth," Robert Enright, (column re: film Titanicdirected by James Cameron), Volume 17#2 (#66), 9-10.

 

Campbell,James D.

 

articles

 

"VirtualAngst: The Photoworks of Carlos and Jason Sanchez," (article), Volume 23#4(#92), 28-35.

"YoungGirls and Old Boys: The Art of Prudence Heward and Edwin Holgate," Volume 25#2(#98), 68-75.

 

reviews

 

"1973:Sorry, Out of Gas," (visual art review), Volume 27#2 (#106), 82-84.

"Crack the Sky—La Biennale de Montreal #5," (visual artreview), Volume 26#4 (#104), 110-113.

"Dieter Appelt," (visual art review), Volume 24#2 (#94),88-89.

"Sophie Calle," (visual art review), Volume 27 #4 (#108),99-101.

"Gilles Clément and Philippe Rahm," (visual art reviewre: "Environment: Approaches for Tomorrow"), Volume 26#2 (#102), 88-91.

"Kees van Dongen," visual art review, Volume 28#2 (#110),105-106.

"Karel Funk," (visual art review), Volume 27#1 (#105),94-95.

"Henrik HĆkansson and Eadweard J. Muybridge," (visual artreview), Volume 25#3 (#99), 119-121.

"Lynne Marsh," (visual art review), Volume 28#1 (#109),84-86.

"Marisa Portolese," (visual art review), Volume 24#3(#95), 99-101.

"Neo Rauch," (visual art review: exhibition at MACM),Volume 26#1 (#101), 80-82.

"Gina Rorai," (visual art review re:"The Obliterati"),Volume 26#3 (#103), 126-127.

"Theresa Sapergia," visual art review, Volume 28#2(#110), 91-92.

"Mark Séguin," (visual art review), Volume 27#3 (#107),198-200.

"Andrea Szilasi," (visual art review: Andrea Szilasi:Portraits), Volume 25#1 (#97), 118-120.

"Diana Thorneycroft," (visual art review: The DollMouth Series at Art Mur), Volume 26#1 (#101), 82-84.

"Claude Tousignant," (visual art review), Volume 24#3(#95), 113-116.

"Eve K. Tremblay and Michel de Broin," (visual art reviewof "Honeymoons"), Volume 24#1 (#93), 86-89.

"JanetWerner," (visual art review), Volume 24#4 (#96), 90-91.

"Jinny Yu," (visual arts review), Volume 27#3 (#107),179-180.

 

Campbell,Maria

 

about

 

"Achimoona:A Review," Megan Paul, Volume 5#4, 50.

 

Campbell,Michael

 

About

 

"MichaelCampbell," (visual arts review by Paul Robert), Volume 21#1 (#81), 78-80.

"MichaelCampbell," (visual arts review by Hope Peterson), Volume 24#3 (#95) 102-103.

 

Campeau,Michel

 

about

 

"MasterBewilder," Petra Halkes, (visual art review: Les images volubiles/EloquentImages), Volume 16#2, 59-60.

 

Canada Dance Festival

 

About

 

"Dance MeInside: Canada Dance Festival 2000," dance review by Heather Elton, Volume 19#4(#76), 86-89.

 

CanadianNative Dance Theatre

 

about

 

"Inthe Beginning was the Bell," Jacqui Good,(review of "In the Land ofthe Spirits"), Volume 11

 

Canner, Liz

 

about

 

"LizCanner," (visual art review by Maureen Latta), Volume 23#3 (#91), 125-126.

 

Canning,Gill

 

articles

 

"Puritanism,Prudery and Penthouse," (with Diane McGifford) Volume 3#3, 9.

 

Cantor,Steven

 

about

 

"PrintJuleps: Steven Cantor's Blood Ties and What Remains," (column),Volume 25#3 (#99), 20-21.

 

Cardiff,Janet

 

about

 

"JanetCardiff and George Bures Miller," (Crossover by Catherine Elwes), Volume 22#4(#88), 104-105.

"PleasurePrincipals: The Art of Janet Cardiff & George Bures Miller," (introductionby Meeka Walsh), Volume 20#2 (#78), 22-35.

"TouchingUs Softly," Thomas Heyd, (review: To Touch), Volume 13#2, 62.

 

Cardinal-Schubert,Joane

 

about

 

"Eyestreaming,"David Garneau, (visual art review: Joane Cardinal-Schubert:Two Decades),Volume 17#1, 49-50.

 

Cardoso,Maria Fernanda

 

about

 

"Makinga World from Scratch: An Interview with Maria Fernanda Cardoso," RobertEnright (intro Meeka Walsh) Volume 14#1, 38-47.

 

Carey, Peter

 

about

 

"InsiderOutsider," (re: Peter Carey), Volume 20#2 (#78), 14.

 

Carl,James

 

about

 

"JamesCarl," (visual art review of "Bottom Feeder" by Terence Dick), Volume 22#1(#85), 84-85.

"What YouSee is What You Don't Get: The Art of James Carl," article by Terence Dick,Volume 28#2 (#110), 56-64.

 

Caron,Caro

 

artpages

 

"ChristineRedfern and Caro Caron," Volume 28#1 (#109), 77-83.

 

Carpenter,David

 

about

 

"Jewels:A Review," Mark Duncan, Volume 5#3, 33.

 

Carr,Emily

 

about

 

"Climbingto the Top of the Totem Pole," by Joan Richardson (visual art review:Emily Carr, Art and Process), Volume 17#4 (#68), 61-62.

"EmilyCarr," (re: Emily Carr: New Perspectives), Petra Halkes, Volume 25#4(#100), 91-93.

 

Carr,James

 

"Buildinga Democracy of Minorities," Volume 5#4, 76-77.

 

Carrabré,Pat (T. Patrick)

 

"Searchingfor Maestro Goodbars," Volume 7#3, 6-9.

"Singto Me Only with Thine Blood, Randolph Peters and the Paradoxes of theHeart," (Manitoba Chamber Orchestra), Volume 13#2, 23-25.

"SoundingLanguage: The Music of Michael Matthews," Volume 7#2, 42-43.

 

Carreiro,Linda

 

about

 

"BigAttack Sin," by Robert Enright, (re: Linda Carreiro), Volume 16#2, 5-6.

"LindaCarreiro," (visual arts review of "Langue" by Mariianne Mays), Volume 23#2(#90), 98-100.

 

Carriere,Elizabeth

 

poetry

 

"TheDestiny Hotel Dining Room," Volume 1#3&4, 97.

"VampireDreams," Volume 2#1, 68.

 

Carson, Andrea

 

articles

 

"Artangel,"Volume 24#1 (#93), 26-33.

"Insidethe Outsider's Mind: Iris Häussler's The Legacy of Joseph Wagenbach,"Volume 26#2 (#102), 64-70.

 

review

 

"Body: NewArt from the UK," (visual art review), Volume 25#3 (#99), 123-124.

"Iron Men:New Painting," (visual art review), Volume 25#1 (#97), 120-121.

 

Carther,Warren

 

about

 

"Sands ofTime: The Architectural Glass of Warren Carther," Robert Enright, (borderview),Volume 16#4, 7-8.

 

Cassidy,Lee

 

about

 

"Revelationsand Process," Arthur Adamson, (review: Five), Volume 1#2, 20-21.

 

C.A.T.I.E(Canadian AIDS Treatment Information Exchange)

 

about

 

"The Moon,the Stars and a Scar: Body Mapping Stories of Women Living with HIV/AIDS,"article by Carol Devine, Volume 27#1 (#105), 58-65.

 

Caws,Mary Ann

 

about

 

"GloriousEccentrics: Modernist Women Painting and Writing and Surprised inTranslation by Mary Ann Caws," book review by Robin Laurence, Volume 26#4(#104), 113-115.

 

Cawthon,Dan

 

reviews

 

"TheHeart of Waiting," (re: Waiting for Godot, Manitoba Theatre Warehouse),Volume 1#2, 36.

"Jesusof Nazareth," (re: film by Franco Zeffirelli), Volume 1#2, 9.

"Knock,Knock," Volume 1#3&4, 17-18.

"Lookingfor Rust in the Glitter," (re: Dames at Sea, MTC), Volume 1#2, 33.

"ARetrospective: The Manitoba Theatre Centre's 1976-77 Season," Volume1#3&4, 6-7.

"TheWarehouse in Review: Hello and Goodbye and Oh Coward!" Volume 1#3&4,16-17.

 

Celmins, Vija

 

About

 

"TenderTouches: An Interview with Vija Celmins," with Robert Enright, introduction byMeeka Walsh, Volume 22#3 (#87), 20-35.

 

Cera,Stephen

 

reviews

 

"NewMusic from Minnesota (produced by the Minnesota Composers Forum and theMcKnight Foundation)," Volume 4#4, 63-64.

 

LeCercle Moliere

 

about

 

"Le CercleMoliere: 1979-1982," Lionel Dorge, Volume 2#1, 16-19.

 

Chafe,Susan

 

about

 

"BookMarks," Sigrid Dahle, (visual art review: to sow by Jake Moore and Namethis Bird: Winnipeg Beach by Susan Chafe and Donnely Smallwood), Volume16#2, 54-56.

"TheDemolition Show," The Demolition Crew, Volume 5#1, 41-43.

"Landscapein Blue," Al Rushton, Volume 7#1, 48-51.

 

reviews

 

"SoundingOff," (sound review: ‘send + receive'a festival of sound presented by VideoPool reviewed by Susan Chafe and Ken Gregory), Volume 18#2 (#70), 65-66.

 

Chafe,Rick

 

About

 

"The Womanof Many Turns," Robert Enright, (review of The Odyssey by Shakespeare inthe ruins), Volume 19#4 (#76), 10-11.

 

Chahda,Samir

 

about

 

"TribalT.V.: New Video and Democracy on the Prairies after Modernism," AlRushton, Volume 2#3, 39-44.

 

Chambers,Michael

 

About

 

"BlackBody: Race, Resistance, Response," (visual arts review by Sarah Hollenberg ofexhibition featuring: Lucie Chan, Crystal Clements, Rebecca Fisk, BusejeBailey, Michael Chambers and Gomo George), Volume 20#4 (#80), 76-77.

 

Chambers,Ruth

 

about

 

"BoundaryBreaker," Sigrid Dahle, (review: Another Science Experiment: ASite-specific Ceramic/Video Installation), Volume 15#1, 52-54.

"SuspendedMemory; Suspended Breath," Sylvia Legris (visual art review: MaryKavanagh: Prelude and Ruth Chambers: Pneuma), Volume 18#1 (#69),65-66.

 

Chan,Lucie

 

about

 

"BlackBody: Race, Resistance, Response," (visual arts review by Sarah Hollenberg ofexhibition featuring: Lucie Chan, Crystal Clements, Rebecca Fisk, BusejeBailey, Michael Chambers and Gomo George), Volume 20#4 (#80), 76-77.

 

Charney, Melvin

 

About

 

"MelvinCharney," (visual art review by JoAnne Stober), Volume 23#1 (#89), 81-83.

 

Cheetham, Mark

 

Review

 

"JessicaStockholder," (visual art review), Volume 23#3 (#91), 122-125.

"AndrewWright," (visual art review re: "Water's Edge"), Volume 26#3 (#103), 157-159.

"WynGeleynse and Taras Polataiko, Mirrors of the Subject," visual art review,Volume 20#3 (#79), 65-67.

 

Chernavitch,Ken

 

about

 

"Ceramists3," Mary Sprague, (review), Volume 1#1, 41.

 

Cheung, Victoria

 

about

 

"What toDo with an Asterisk?," (Borderview by Robert Enright), Volume 27#2 (#106),23-24.

 

Cheval, Ferdinand

 

"TheConnoisseur of Stones: The Facteur Cheval and the Making of the World," RosemarySullivan, Volume 20#1 (#77), 56-59.

 

Children'sTheatre

 

about

 

"ALook at Winnipeg's Children's Theatre: 1982-1983 in Review," MotiShojania, Volume 2#4, 30-32.

 

Chinese Art

 

about

 

"TheShanghai Shuffle," Cliff Eyland, (visual art review: Looking In/ Looking Out)Volume 18#2 (#70), 56-57.

 

 

Chislett, Anne

 

about

 

"Quietin the Land: A Review," Patrick Friesen, Volume 4#2, 42.

 

Christensen,Lisa

 

about

 

"Portraitof the Artist as a Mountain Climber," David Alexander, Introduction byRobert Enright, (book review: A Hiker's Guide to Art of the Canadian Rockies),Volume 15#4, 4-5.

 

Christianson,Joseph

 

articles

 

"ClosetDrama: The Sound and the Flurry Surrounding Winnipeg's International Festivalof Gay and Lesbian Films," Volume 6#3, 27-28.

"TheEdges of Art: Notes on Personality and Creativity," (re: Ken Lulewich andMichael Olito), Volume 4#2, 18-20.

"ThoroughlyModernist Alicia," (re: Alicia Popoff), Volume 8#3, 51-54.

 

reviews

 

"EarthboundMechanics," (borderview: Under the Wings by Stephen Scriver),Volume 10#4, 54-55.

"GoingOut the Other Side: Paul-Emile Borduas (by Francois-Marc Gagnon)," Volume7#4, 49-50.

"Lisa(by Carol Matas)," Volume 7#2, 34.

"LittleBig Film: A Review of The Outside Chance of Maximilian Glick," Volume 8#2,19.

"Nota Bad Year (film by Jancarlo and Gabriel Markiw)," Volume 5#4, 59

"SpiritLanding,"(re: Land and Spirit exhibition) Volume 11#4, 71.

"Voicesand Visions: Interviews with Saskatchewan Writers (by Doris Hillis),"Volume 5#2, 30.

 

Christo

 

about

 

"NowYou See it, Now You Don't: The Legendary Art of Christo," Robert Enright,Volume 11#1, 31-37.

 

Cicansky,Vic

 

"OfClay and Craven I sing: An Interview with Vic Cicansky," (with RobertEnright) Volume 2#3, 4-11.

 

Cirquedu Soleil

 

about

 

"CircusConjurors," Robert McGee, (review: Cirque du Soleil, VéroniqueVial and Héléne Dufresne eds.), Volume 14#1, 74-75.

 

Clark,Douglas

 

"Snapdance:The Censored Photographs of Peter Tittenberger," commentary, Volume 4#1,29-36.

 

Clark,Eliza

 

about

 

"UnnaturalActs," Wayne Tefs, (review:What You Need), Volume 14#1, 69-71.

 

Clark,Jane

 

about

 

"TheDemolition Show," The Demolition Crew, Volume 5#1, 41-43.

 

Clark,Jim

 

about

 

"Marked byLightning, The Paintings of Jim Clark," N.E. Sjoman, (article), Volume 18#2(#70), 44-48.

 

Clark,John Eliot  (also Eliot, John)

 

articles

 

"Marchis the Cruelest Month," (re: Manitoba Music Competition Festival), Volume1#2, 64-65.

 

reviews

 

"ARetrospective: Three Orchestras and Two Quartets," (re: Winnipeg SymphonyOrchestra, Orford Quartet, Purcell Quartet)Volume 1#2, 62-64.

"DonGiovanni," (Manitoba Opera Association), Volume 1#3&4, 109.

"Joan& Maureen and Cav & Pag," (re: Joan Sutherland, Maureen Forrester& Cavalleria Rusticana, I Pagliacci/Puccini,MOA), Volume 1#1, 43.

"ThunderStealing, A Heart of Ice and Thoroughly Dependable Turini," (re: WSO1976), Volume 1#1, 42.

"Verdi'sWitches and Kings," (re: Un Ballo in Maschera/Verdi,MOA), Volume 1#1, 44.

 

Clark,Kelly

 

about

 

"TheArt of Kelly Clark" Polarities and the Communicative Vision," ArthurAdamson, Volume 2#4, 4-11.

"Fragmentsof Other Fragments: The Self-Portraits of Kelly Clark," Tom Lovatt, Volume9#2, 52-53.

"Romancingthe Edge," by Cliff Eyland (visual art review: Kelly Clark), Volume 17#4(#68), 79-80.

 

Clark, Larry

 

about

 

"Larry Clark," (visual art review by Susan Emerling),Volume 24#2 (#94), 86-87.

 

Clarke,Bill

 

reviews

 

"ArtMetropole: The Top 100," (visual art reviewr re: exhibition curated by KittyScott and Jonathan Shaughnessy, featuring artwork by Sherrie Levine, Kevin Lum,Eleanor Antin, and Christian Marclay), Volume 28#1(#109), 109-110.

 

Clarke,Margaret

 

about

 

"TheCutting Season: A Review," Wayne Tefs, Volume 4#3, 31.

 

poetry

 

"Invention,"Volume 7#2, 31.

 

Clarke,Martha

 

about

 

"DarkRainbow, A Conversation with Martha Clarke," (Intro & interview byRobert Enright), Volume 14#1, 18-29.

 

Clarkes,Lincoln

 

about

 

"Heroinesby Lincoln Clarkes," (book review by Andrew Johnson), Volume 22#1 (#85), 78-82.

 

Clavelle,Karen

 

reviews

 

"The Readand the Black," (book review re: The Red-Headed Woman with the Black BlackHeart by Birk Sproxton), Volume 17#2 (#66), 55-56.

 

Clément,Gilles

 

about

 

"GillesClément and Philippe Rahm," James D. Campbell (visual art review re:"Environment: Approaches for Tomorrow"), Volume 26#2 (#102), 88-91.

 

Clements,Crystal

 

about

 

"BlackBody: Race, Resistance, Response," (visual arts review by Sarah Hollenberg ofexhibition featuring: Lucie Chan, Crystal Clements, Rebecca Fisk, BusejeBailey, Michael Chambers and Gomo George), Volume 20#4 (#80), 76-77.

 

Clintberg,Mark

 

reviews

 

"GregorSchneider," (visual art review), Volume 27#3 (#107), 193-194.

"RobertGober," (visual art review of "Robert Gober: Work 1976-2007"), Volume 26#4(#104), 104-106.

"RodneyGraham," (visual art review of exhibition at MACM), Volume 26#1 (#101), 93-95.

"Unmonumental:The Object in the 21st Century," (visual art review of exhibition atNew Museum, NY), Volume 27#2 (#106), 96-98.

 

Close,Susan

 

review

 

"Scissors,Paper, Stone: Expressions of Memory in Contemporary Photographic Art byMartha Langford," (book review), Volume 27#3 (#107), 194-196.

"ShariHatt," (visual art review of "Shari Hatt: New Work"), Volume 22#1 (#85), 75-76.

 

about

 

"FramingIdentity: Social Practices of Photography in Canada 1880-1920 by SusanClose," book review by Sigrid Dahle, Volume 27#2 (#106), 103-104.

 

Cocteau, Jean

 

about

 

"JeanCocteau," (visual arts review by Mariianne Mays), Volume 23#4 (#92), 109-111.

 

Cohen,Leonard

 

about

 

"LeonardCohen: Interview by Robert Enright," Volume 26#4 (#104), 26-40.

"MakingStranger Music," Birk Sproxton (review: Stranger Music: Selected Poemsand Songs), Volume 13#2, 52-53.

 

Cohen,Lynne

 

about

 

"LynneCohen," (visual arts review of "No man's land" by Petra Halkes),Volume 21#3 (#83), 94-95.

 

Coleman,AD

 

article

"Return ofthe Suppressed: Pictorialism's Revenge," Volume 27 #4 (#108), 72-79.

 

Collins,Cathy (Catherine)

 

about

 

"AirWinnipeg," Alison Gillmor, (review:Catherine Collins: Little Eden) Volume15#2, 56.

"ThePower and the Sorry," Sigrid Dahle, Volume 21#3 (#83), 53-55.

 

Conacher,Hugh

 

about

 

"UnfixAbility," Alison Gillmor, (review: Shift by Reva Stone; Tom Stroud, GlennBuhr; Huch Conacher, Margaret Sweatman), Volume 15#1, 65-66.

 

Condé,Carole

 

about

 

"Workersin Progress: The Art of Carole Condé and Karl Beveridge," (article by MarthaLangford), Volume 25#3 (#99), 98-103.

 

Condello,Guiseppe

 

portfolios

 

"AMime Portfolio: Guiseppe Condello/Ernest Mayer," Volume 2#4, 23-27.

 

Condo,George

 

about

 

"TheUndiscovered Familiar: The Art of George Condo," interview with Robert Enright,Volume 22#2 (#86), 18-34.

 

Condon,Wanda          (SeeKoop, Wanda)

 

Congdon,Daniel

 

about

 

"ThoughtStructures," Christopher Brayshaw, (visual art review: Shape by DanielCongdon), Volume 19#1 (#73), 63-64.

 

Constable,John

 

about

 

"JohnConstable," (visual art review by Terrence Heath of "Constable: Le Choix deLucian Freud"), Volume 22#1 (#85), 62-64.

 

ContemporaryArt

 

about

 

"1987:Contemporary Art in Manitoba," Janis Runge, (visual art review: travellingto various galleries throughout Canada), Volume 7#1, 29-30.

"Oppressingthe Oppressors," Lisa Gabrielle Mark, (borderview: Dislocating Comfort,a panel discussion on Contemporary Art), Volume 10#3, 39.

 

ContemporaryDancers

 

about

 

"AMoveable Feast," Jacqui Good, (re: 30th anniversary Gala), Volume 13#1,47-48.

"Cajuns,Angels and Crosses," Patricia Malone, Volume 1#2, 42-43.

"ContemporaryDancers: A Review," Patricia Malone, Volume 1#3&4, 22-23.

"CampingOut: A Wild Night with Liszt," Jacqui Good, Volume 6#2, 31.

"ContemporaryDancers Canada and the Building of Modern Dance: The Never Again But HopefullyAlways Again Show," review by Robert Enright, Volume 5#2, 34-35.

"Ms.Butterfly," Melinda McCracken, (dance review: Lepidoptera), Volume8#4, 44-45.

"SomeWomen Who Are," Patricia Malone, Volume 1#1, 20-21.

"StandardSetter," Michael Crabb, (re: Joe/Jean-Pierre Perreault), Volume 13#3, 57.

"Tellingthe Dancer from the Dance: Rachel Browne and Contemporary Dancers Canada,"Richard Forzley, Volume 4#4, 30-33.

"UnfixAbility," Alison Gillmor, (review: Shift by Reva Stone; Tom Stroud, GlennBuhr; Huch Conacher, Margaret Sweatman), Volume 15#1, 65-66.

"WhatDid Tedd Do Last?," Jacqui Good, (dance review: Tedd's Taking Dance tothe Streets #3), Volume 9#2, 39-40.

"Winnipeg'sContemporary Dancers: Powerful Rituals of Death, Grief and Rebirth," UstonReinart, Volume 2#3, 49-52.

 

Conway,John

 

about

 

"Saskatchewan:Uncommon Views by John Conway," (book review by Richard Holden), Volume25#3 (#99), 109-111.

 

Conz,Francesco

 

"Fight,Stamina and Actions: Subjects and Objects in the Bewildering World ofPerformance," Robert Enright, (Interviews with Francesco Conz, Allan Kaprow,Raphael MontaĖez Ortiz, Hermann Nitsch, Orlan and Shozo Shimamoto; re: MOCAexhibition, "Out of Actions: Between Performance and the Object, 1949-1979"),Volume 17#2 (#66), 28-47.

 

Cook,Méira

 

books

 

"WritingLovers: Reading Canadian Love Poetry by Women," (book review by CharleneDiehl), Volume 24#4 (#96), 109-111.

 

reviews

 

"AComplicated Kindness by Miriam Toews," (book review), Volume 23#3 (#91),135-139.

"Medusa'sEar: University Foundings from Kant to Choral by Dawne McCance," (bookreview), Volume 24#2 Š#94), 104-106.

"Objectsof Beauty by Joy Gregory," (book review), Volume 23#2 (#90), 100-103.

 

Poetry

 

"Swingingthe Unhinged Day," Volume 11#2, 42-43.

 

Cooley,Dennis

 

"BearingWitness," column, Volume 12#3, 4-5.

"bpNichol (1944-1988)," Volume 8#3, 6-7.

"CarnalLove," column, Volume 14#1, 10-11.

"Correspondences:Two Saskatchewan Poets" column, Volume 12#1,4-5.

"TheEducating Imaginer: Northrop Frye (1912-1990)," column, Volume 10#2, 7-8.

"EngenderedSpecies," column, Volume 13#3, 6-7.

"Essayingthe Tangible Medium: Notes on the Technology of Writing," Volume 10#4,7-8.

"TheEye and Poetry," column, Volume 9#1, 37-39.

"LovingWords," column, Volume 9#4, 6-8.

"Matchingthe Word to the World," essay, Volume 8#4, 25-30.

"TheMonied Muse," Volume 13#1, 8-9.

"Newsfrom the Heisler Oracle," (re: Robert Kroetsch), Volume 4#4, 66-67.

"Outcasting:A Conversation with Margaret Laurence about the world of MargaretLaurence," (with David Arnason) Volume 5#4, 32-35.

"Peopleof the Text," column, Volume 11#4, 5-6.

"ThePoetry of Knowledge and Flesh: An Interview with George Amabile," (withRobert Enright), Volume 2#3, 29-32.

"Scurviedfor Want of Criticism," column, Volume 11#3, 26-27

"TalkingTurkey," Volume 10#1, 7-9.

"Uncoveringour Dream World: An Interview with Robert Kroetsch," (with RobertEnright), Volume 1#1, 32-39.

"Wrestlingwith the Real: The Critical Reception of Prairie Literature," Volume  9#2, 45-47.

 

reviews

 

"BeyondHere (book by Jim Green) and Celestial Navigation (book by PauletteJiles)," Volume 3#4, 38-39.

"Fireand Ice," (re: Ice Age by Dorothy Livesay), Volume 1#2, 70-71.

"The ManGame by LeeHenderson," (book review), Volume 28#1 (#109), 102-105.

"TheVisitants," Volume 2#2, 62-63.

 

about

 

"TheKolybaba Connection/The Krafchenko Theft: Conversation (Avoided, Imagined,Faked, Failed) with Cooley," Kathie Kolybaba, Volume 4#4, 43.

"ThickeningSounds: The Web and Weave of Bloody Jack," Rhonda Beebe, Volume 4#4, 44.

"Wordburstsin the Sun," Birk Sproxton, (book review: Sunfall: New and Selected Poems),Volume 16#2, 66-67.

 

poetry

 

"atnight cooley listens," Volume 11#3, 58-59.

"Boating,"Volume 3#1, 63.

"TheCrow Case," Volume 4#1, 39.

"FivePoems," Volume 6#4, 22-23.

"Gulls,"Volume 8#2, 54.

"IfOnly You," Volume 8#2, 54.

"Inthe Park," Volume 3#1, 63.

"Intothe Leather Dark," Volume 8#2, 54-55.

"ThePain of Writing You," Volume 8#2, 55.

"PoliceInformer," Volume 4#1, 39.

"Re:Considering the Cabbage," Volume 4#1, 20.

"Selectionsfrom Irene,"Volume 19#1 (#73), 59-61.

"ThisOnly Home," Volume 10#4, 56-59.

"To aFriend in her Fearing," Volume 8#2, 55.

"Tristan,"Volume 8#2, 55.

"Womanin Love," Volume 8#2, 54.

 

Coop, Elsbeth

 

review

 

"Remodellingthe Gaze," (visual art review: "Body Language," Elsbeth Coop & IrisHauser), Volume 20#2 (#78), 126-127.

 

Cooper,Austin

 

about

 

"ObsessivePosterings," Alison Gillmor, (review: Imponderable Joys), Volume 13#2,50-51.

 

Corkin,Jane

 

about

 

"Childrenof Light," Dawn Rae Downton, (photography review: The Hongkong Bank ofCanada Photographs of Children: 150 Years curated by Jane Corkin), Volume9#4, 45-47.

 

Corne,Sharron

 

about

 

"TabooImages: An Inquiry into the Iconography of Feminist Art," Arthur Adamson,Volume 3#2, 31-32.

"TheTough-Minded Line: The Recent Drawings of Sharron Zenith Corne," AlisonGillmor, Volume 8#1, 24-26.

 

CornishLibrary

 

about

 

"CivilWars," Robert Enright, (borderview: Cornish Library/Cliff Eyland), Volume15#2, 7-8.

 

Cornwell,Regina

 

articles

 

"TheSnows of Yesteryear," Volume 13#3, 30-33.

 

Corot,Jean-Baptiste Camille

 

about

 

"TheGlory of Roam," Petra Halkes, (visual art review: Corot: 1796-1875),Volume 15#4, 68-70.

 

Coupland,Douglas

 

about

 

"Jeme souvenir," Robert Enright, (Borderview/email interview), Volume 21#3(#83), 11-12.

"VancouverSchool," Robin Laurence, (review of group show: Douglas Coupland, GrahamGillmore, Angela Grossmann, Attila Richard Lukacs, Derek Root), Volume 25#3(#99), 113-114.

 

Coward,Harold

 

about

 

"Un-Writing,"Dawne McCance, (book review: Silence, The Word And the Sacred edited byE.D.Blodgett and Harold Coward), Volume 9#2, 23-24.

 

Coy,Helen

 

about

 

"Fitzgeraldas Print-maker: A Review," Peter Millard, Volume 2#1, 50-51.

 

articles

 

"TheFitzgerald Study Centre," Volume 1#2, 29.

 

Crabb,Michael

 

"TheClassical Modernist, William Whitener and the Future of the Royal WinnipegBallet," Volume 13#2, 44-47.

"HomeTruths: The Inestimable Character of Arnold Spohr," Volume 3#2, 38-40.

"Pasde Deux x 2," (book review: Power to Rise: The Story of the NationalBallet of Canada by James Neufeld and Miss O: My Life in Dance byBetty Oliphant), Volume 16#1, 57-58.

"Recapturingthe Dream," (dance review: The Royal Winnipeg Ballet) Volume 11#1, 54-55.

"TheRoyal Winnipeg Ballet," Volume 2#2, 22-25.

"StandardSetter," (re: Joe/Jean-Pierre Perreault), Volume 13#3, 57.

"Veni,Video, Vici," (re: Speaking in Tongues, Paul Taylor), Volume 12#3, 50.

"AWorld of Their Own: The Royal Winnipeg Ballet Fifty Years On," Volume 9#1,24-27.

 

reviews

 

"Movingfor the Jugular," (dance review: Dracula by Mark Godden), Volume 18#1(#69), 70-72.

"PrimeMover," (re: No Intermissions: The Life of Agnes de Mille by CarolEaston), Volume 15#3, 61-63.

 

Cragg,Tony

 

about

 

"NecessaryAppetites: An Interview with Tony Cragg," Volume 11#3, 45-53.

 

Craig,Kate

 

about

 

"Skin DeepVideo," Robin Laurence, (visual art review re: "Kate Craig: Skin), Volume 17#2(#66), 57-59.

 

Crait,Roger

 

about

 

"ArtCraiters," (borderview by Robert Enright), Volume 27#3 (#107), 26-27.

 

Cran,Chris

 

about

 

"Painting,the Fame Game," David Garneau (visual art review: Chris Cran: Surveyingthe Damage, 1977-1998), Volume 18#1 (#69), 56-58.

 

Crandall,Richard C.

 

About

 

"InuitArt: A History" by Richard C. Crandall, and "An Annotated Bibliography of InuitArt" by: Richard C. Crandall and Susan M. Crandall, (book reviews by PeterMillard) Volume 20#4 (#80),82-83.

 

Crandall,Susan M.

 

About

 

"AnAnnotated Bibliography of Inuit Art" by: Richard C. Crandall and Susan M.Crandall, (book review by Peter Millard) Volume 20#4 (#80),82-83.

 

CrashTest Dummies

 

about

 

"DrasticMeasures: Brad Roberts of the Crash Test Dummies," Interview by RobertEnright, Volume 10#4, 28-33.

 

Craven, David

 

about

 

"FourCanadian Artist in New York—The Magic Marker: David Craven Pulls out the ColourStops," by Robert Enright, Volume 20#2 (#78), 73-79.

 

Crawley,Sarah

 

about

 

"Birder," (Borderview by Robert Enright), Volume 22#4(#88), 12-13.

"Snappedto Attention," Meeka Walsh (review: inside out, William Eakin and SarahCrawley), Volume 14#3, 23-24.

 

Crean,Susan

 

articles

 

"Cracksin the Mosaic," Volume 5#4, 9-11.

 

Creed,Carolyn Hoople

 

articles

 

"ALimberlost of Distances: The Myth of Rural Artists' Isolation," Volume5#1, 44-45.

 

reviews

 

"Pieces,Of the Jigsaw, Puzzle (three volume Multicultural Anthology for Young Readers;edited by Pat Stanton)," Volume 5#4, 53-54.

 

Crewdson,Gregory

 

about

 

"KitschSalon," Christopher Brayshaw, (visual art review: "Gregory Crewdson: DisturbedNature), Volume 19#2 (#74), 79-80.

 

Criticism

 

about

 

"ACode of Many Callers: The Theory and Practice of Contemporary artWriting," Stephen Phelps, Volume 7#3, 50-54.

"Criticismand Manitoba Culture," Robert Enright, Volume 2#1, 3.

"LabouringBards and Scotched Reviewers," Doug Smith, Volume 7#1, 62.

"Measuring'Me(a)sure': ANNPAC's Conference on Art Criticism," Maurice Mierau, Volume7#4, 42-43.

 

Crompton,Dennis

 

About

 

"Look BackIn Languor," (interview with Robert Enright re Archigram), Volume 21#2 (#82),11-12.

 

Cronenberg,David

 

about

 

"Crashand Sperm," Robert Enright, (re: movies, Trainspotting by DannyBoyle and Crash), Volume 16#1, 9-10.

 

Cronin,Ray

 

articles

 

"Sculptureand Other Provocations: The Artful Subversions of Colleen Wolstenholme," Volume26#2 (#102), 56-62.

 

reviews

 

"TheSister Grim," (re: Diane Arbus), visual art, Volume 20#2 (#78), 128-129.

"Subversifying:Garry Neill Kennedy," visual art, Volume 19#4 (#76), 80-82.

"Time,Be Not Proud," (multimedia review: "Mnemosyne," featuring Thaddeus Holownia,Andre Alexis, Veronika Krausas and Motion), Volume 19#3 (#75), 89-91.

"Whistlingin the Dark: New Work by Carl Zimmerman," visual art, Volume 20#1 (#77), 60-61.

 

Crozier,Lorna

 

about

 

"LiteraryLandscaping: A Symposium on Prairie Landscape, Memory and LiteraryTradition," (with others) Volume 6#4, 32-38.

 

essay

 

"AlmostHuman," Volume 24#1 (#93), 56-60.

 

journal

 

"TheShape of Human Sorrow: A Meditation on the Art of Poetry," Volume 13#3,34-39.

 

poetry

 

"FactsAbout My Father," Volume 9#4, 20-21.

"FivePoems," Volume 8#4, 50-51.

"TheFlowers of Georgia O'Keeffe," Volume 3#2, 52.

"Geography,"Volume 6#4, 50.

"Nijinsky,"Volume 4#4, 42.

"Nota Berryman (for J.R.), Volume 6#3, 20.

"QuittingSmoking," Volume 6#3, 59.

"TheSex Life of Vegetables," Volume 4#3, 26-28.

"ThreePoems: Leaving Home, To See Clearly, Winter Day," Volume 23#1 (#89), 46-47.

 

about

 

"Correspondences:Two Saskatchewan Poets," Dennis Cooley, Volume 12#1, 4-5.

 

Crozier,Ralph

 

visualart

 

"WestwardHo: The Internationalization of China's New Art," Volume 16#4, 52-55.

 

CubanArt

 

about

 

"ŃCuba!Art and History from 1868 to Today," Tracy Valcourt, (visual art review),Volume 27#2 (#106), 85-87.

"Romancingthe Revolution," (re: Korda and Figueroa: Cuban Photography Since 1959"),Volume 19#3 (#75), 9-10.

"TerritorialDeclaratives," Robin Laurence, (visual art review: New Art from Cuba:Utopian Territories curated by Juan Antonio Nolina, Eugenio ValdésFigueroa, Keith Wallace and Scott Watson), Volume 16#2, 51-53.

 

 

Cuesta,Claudia

 

about

 

"MomentaryMadeness: The Art of Claudia Cuesta," Robin Laurence, Volume 16#4, 46-50.

 

Cullen,Meg

 

about

 

"FreshBlood: A Review," Alison Gillmor, Volume 6#4, 46-47.

 

Culleton,Beatrice

 

about

 

"InSearch of April Raintree: A Review," Larry Krotz, Volume 3#1, 42.

 

Culley, Peter

 

articles

 

"Out ofthe Blue: Three Works on Vancouver," (re: Brian Jungen, Roy Arden, StanDouglas), Volume 20#2 (#78), 64-70.

 

Cumming,Donigan

 

portfolio

 

"PrettyRibbons: Photographs by Donigan Cumming," Introduction by Robert Enright,Volume 10#1, 25-33.

 

about

 

"Auradynamics:The Task of the Spectator in the New Era of the Aura," (re: "Confluences" atCMCP and "Manufactured Landscapes" at the National Gallery of Canada), Volume 22#2(#86), 56-65.

"Docu-Dismantler,"(review of The Stage), Robin Laurence, Volume 12#1, 58-59.

"Linesof Photographic History," Scott Ellis,(review: Reality and Movement inDocumentary Photography: A Photographic Installation by DoniganCumming)Volume 10#1, 50-52.

"Photogothy,"Petra Halkes, (photography review: Barber's Music by Donigan Cummings),Volume 18#3 (#71), 56-57.

"StillLife and Nude," (fiction by Darlene Barry Quaife), Volume 13#2, 48-49.(re: photographs in Volume 10#1

"There butfor the Grace of God," Edward Morose, (video review: "If only I" by DoniganCumming), Volume 19#3 (#75), 74-75.

 "The Video of Cruelty," Edward Morose,(re: videos A Prayer for Nettie and Cut the Parrot), Volume 16#2,28-33.

 

interview

 

"Endgames:Donigan Cumming's Subverted Narratives," (interview with Robert Enright),Volume 24#2 (#94), 20-31.

 

Cunningham,John

 

reviews

 

"TheRemnants of a Man and The Fountain (by Lubomyr Melnyk)," Volume 5#4, 57.

 

Curle,Howard

 

reviews

 

"AStone Watermelon (by Lois Braun)," Volume 6#3, 21.

"TheCartier Street Contract (by Wayne Tefs)," Volume 5#1, 30.

"HomeMovies: Tales from the Canadian Film World (by Martin Knelman)," Volume7#2, 33.

 

Curnoe, Greg

 

about

 

"InadmissableEvidents," Alison Gillmor, (visual art review: Evident Truths: GregCurnoe, 1936-1992), Volume 15#4, 60-61.

"TheTrojan Bicycle," visual art review: Life & Stuff, by Terrence Heath,Volume 20#2 (#78), 139-141.

 

Curran,Douglas

 

about

 

"InAdvance of the Landing: Folk Concepts of Outer Space, A Review," PeterTittenberger, Volume 5#3, 34-35.

 

portfolios

 

"TheMetis in Alberta," Volume 4#3, 37-44.

 

Currie,Robert

 

about

 

"NightGames: A Review," Wayne Tefs, Volume 3#1, 44-45.

 

Curry,Gwen

 

"GwenCurry," (a visual arts review by Robin Laurence, of the exhibition "Witness"),Volume 20#4 (#80), 74-76.

 

CurtainRazor's Theatre Company

 

about

 

"Jarrymandering,"Greg Beatty (theatre review: The Curtain Razor's Theatre Company — Ubu Roi),Volume 18#1 (#69), 72-73.

 

Cute Art

 

about

 

"CuteArt," Gary Genosko, (column), Volume 18#4 (#72), 12-14.

"Cuteographies,"Greg Beatty, (visual art review: Fluffy curated by Anthony Kiendl),Volume 19#1 (#73), 77-79.

 

Cutler,Amy

 

ArtistPages, (Arrangement 2002, Rations 2002, Saddlebacked2002), Volume 21#4 (#84), 61-63.

 

about

 

"SkirtingIssues," (Borderview by Robert Enright), Volume 21#4 (#84), 13-14.

 

                                                                                                                                     

Czernecki,Stefan

 

about

 

"Claimingthe Primitive and the Spiritual," Timothy Rhodes, Volume 3#3, 41-45.

 

D'Souza,Irene

 

Review

 

TheRusslander by Sandra Birdsell, Volume 20#4 (#80), 80-82.

 

Dachsel, Marita

 

poetry

 

"GamePlan," "Stockholm Syndrome," Volume 24#3 (#95), 109.

 

Dafoe,Christopher

 

"ApplebertWest: Half-baked or Paradise?" (re: Report of the Federal Cultural PolicyReview Committee), Volume 2#3, 12-15.

"MTC'sDrama Purge: Richard Ouzounian and the Golden Rules of Regional Theatre,"Volume 2#4, 46-48.

"PrivateView," Volume 3#1, 72.

 

about

 

"DancingLove Letters," Jacqui Good, (book review: Dancing Through Time: TheFirst 50 Years of Canada's Royal Winnipeg Ballet by Christopher Dafoe and DanceCanada: An Illustrated History by Max Wyman), Volume 9#4, 41-42.

 

Dahl,Tracy

 

about

 

"Fromthe Prairies to Placido," Laurel Howard, Volume 7#2, 56-58.

 

Dahle, Sigrid

 

about

 

"Multiplicityof Voices," Tom Lovatt, Volume 6#3, 49-50.

 

articles

 

"ExtremeFascinations, Alison Norlen's work-in-progress," Volume 14#1, 54-59.

"OrdinaryLife is Good Enough: Larry Glawson's Home Bodies," Volume 27#3 (#107), 154-160.

 

reviews

 

"BookMarks," (visual art review: to sow by Jake Moore and Name this Bird:Winnipeg Beach by Susan Chafe and Donnely Smallwood), Volume 16#2, 54-56.

"BoundaryBreaker," (re:Ruth Chambers, Another Science Experiment: A Site-specificCeramic/Video Installation), Volume 15#1, 52-54.

"FramingIdentity: Social Practices of Photography in Canada 1880-1920, by SusanClose," (book review), Volume 27#2 (#106), 103-104.

"Love,Loss and Reparation," (visual art review: footnote by StellaMeades), Volume 16#1, 56-57.

"MichaelMaranda, White Out," visual art review: "invisible hand", Volume 20#3 (#79),82-84.

"ThePower and the Sorry," (re: Shirley Brown, Cathy Collins) Volume 12#3,53-55.

"UncertainBodies," (re: Derek Brueckner: Re/Searching the Figural) Volume 13#1,53-55.

""When theMood Strikes Us…," (visual arts review re: exhibition at Platform, curated byJJ Kegan McFadden, featuring artwork by Abbas Akhavan & Marina Roy, JeremyShaw, Colleen Wolstenholme & Paul Butler), Volume 27 #4 (#108), 121-122.

 

Dahlstrom,Carol

 

about

 

"OtherworldLies," Charlene Diehl-Jones, (music review: Carol Dahlstrom and JamesHickerson), Volume 10#2, 46.

 

Daley,Cathy

 

about

 

"DressMe Up, Dress Me Down," Robert Enright, (borderview), Volume 18#2 (#70), 4.

 

artist'spages

 

"Untitled,"pastel on vellum, Volume 22#2 (#86), 75-77.

 

Danto,Arthur

 

articles

 

"ArchitecturalPrinciples in the Art of Sean Scully," Volume 26#3 (#103), 62-67.

 

review

 

"TheAbuse of Beauty: Aesthetics and the Concept of Art by Arthur C. Danto," (book reviewby David Rozniatowski), Volume 23#3 (#91), 133-135.

 

Daoust,Nathalie

 

About

 

"Darkroomer,"(Borderview by Robert Enright), Volume 23#2 (#90), 12-13.

 

Dark,Shayne

 

about

 

"ShayneDark," (re: Here and Gone), Julia Dault, Volume 25#4 (#100), 93-95.

 

Darroch,Murray

 

about

 

"TheWhirled According to Darroch," Jacqui Good, Volume 6#3, 62-64.

 

daSilva, Renato Rodrigues

 

articles

 

"RicardoBasbaum, the NBP object and Four Verbs," Volume 28#1 (#109), 56-63.

 

Dault,Gary Michael

 

about

 

"GaryMichael Dault," (visual art review by John Scott), Volume 24#1 (#93), 94-96.

"GaryMichael Dault," William Gill, visual art review re: "60 Minutes of Painting,"Volume 26#4 (#104), 87-88.

 

articles

 

"AntonyGormley, One Moment after Another," Volume 19#1 (#73), 54-58.

"Enter theSublime," (re: Christian Eckart), Volume 16#3, 44-47.

"Oceana, Natalka Husar's Black Sea Blues,"Volume 14#3, 60-67.

"OscarCahén: In Search of Lost Fame, Volume 23#3 (#91), 58-63.

"ReverieTrack," (re: Murray Favro), Volume 15#3, 38-39.

"Through aGlass, Darkly: Matei Glass and the Other's Other," Volume 25#3 (#99), 88-96.

 

essays

 

"TheClowns," Volume 13#4, 56-60.

"TheClowns, Part II," Volume 14#1, 50-53.

"IceFishing in Gimli: Bibliographic Rapture in the Cold or Twilight's LastGleaning," (re: Rob Kovitz's Ice Fishing in Gimli), Volume 26#2 (#102),76-82.

"WriterlyVenice: A Fantasia," Volume 14#4, 89-91

 

reviews

 

"AdrianBlackwell," (visual art review), Volume 27 #4 (#108), 102-103.

"AscendingPleasures," (re:John Hall: Traza de Evidencia), Volume 13#3, 55-56.

"BearBreath," (re:Barbara Hepworth: A Retrospective), Volume 14#3, 35-36.

"BestGirl," (visual art review: Joyce Wieland, A Survey—1950 to Present),Volume 15#4, 61-62.

"JosephBeuys," (visual art review), Volume 23#3 (#91), 119-122.

"BlueRepublic," (visual art review of artists, Anna Passakas & RadoslawKudlinkski), Volume 27 #4 (#108),

"Brooke-ingNo Compromises," (re: Reading Brooke Shields: The Garden of Failureby Eldon Garnet), Volume 15#3, 68-70.

"ChristianEckart," (visual art review: Pornopticon), Volume 25#1 (#97), 115-116.

"ClintGriffin," (visual art review), Volume 23#4 (#92), 95-96.

"Hologrammar Versus Wizardry," (re: RinglingBros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus, The Great Moscow Circus), Volume 14#1,76-77.

"In theRealms of the Unreal: The Mystery of Henry Darger, a film by Jessica Yu,"(film review), Volume 24#2 (#94), 106-108.

"It's GoodEnough Here," (visual art review of group show featuring images by LisaKlapstock, Vid Ingelevics, Michael Taglieri), Volume 27#1 (#105), 90-91.

"JohnKissick," (visual art review re: "New Paintings"), Volume 26#3 (#103), 147-148.

"RadoslawKudlinski," (visual art review), Volume 24#4 (#96), 93-94.

"LandscapingIt New," (visual art review: Gary Evans: New Paintings and Works onPaper), Volume 18#3 (#71), 70-72.

TheLoneliness of the Long Distant Photographer," (photography review: DaveHeath, 1940s to 1960s),Volume 19#2 (#74), 71-73.

"Lullabyand Good Fright," (visual art review: Sheila Butler: Nursery Rhymes),Volume 17#4 (#68), 77-79.

"David B.Milne," (visual art review), Volume 25#2 (#98), 97-99.

"PatternTheory," (visual art review of group show featuring images by Kristiina Lahde,An Te Liu, Liss Platt, Instant Coffee), Volume 27#1 (#105), 97-99.

"Picassoand Ceramics," (visual art review), Volume 24#1 (#93), 81 82.

"TheRegistry of Flesh," (re: Kiki Smith, The Power Plant), Volume 14#2, 60.

"Snowbound,"(book review re: Michael Snow), Volume 13#3, 62-64.

"AdrienneSpier," (visual art review), Volume 27#2 (#106), 95-96.

"Voluptuary,"(re: William Ronald), Volume 15#2, 60-62.

"TheX-Feels," (visual art review: "Stations" by Michael Amar) Volume 16#3, 79-81.

 

Dault,Julia

 

review

 

"ElizabethPeyton," (visual art review), Volume 28#1 (#109),107-109.

"Le Moisde la Photo," (visual art review), Volume 24#4 (#96), 97-100.

"NancySpero," visual art review, Volume 28#2 (#110), 86-88.

"PhilipGuston," (visual art review), Volume 27 #4 (#108), 94-95.

"ShayneDark," (visual art review of Here and Gone), Volume 25#4 (#100), 93-95.

"WillGorlitz," (visual art review re: Will Gorlitz New Paintings), Volume25#1 (#97), 109-110.

 

Dault,Meredith

 

reviews

 

"Close toYou," (visual art review of group show featuring images by Allyson Mitchell,Mark Newport, MichŹle Provost, Scott Kildall), Volume 27#1 (#105), 111-113.

"JohnHartman," (visual art review re: "Cities"), Volume 26#3 (#103), 128-129.

"PeterDykhuis," (visual art review re: "You Are Here"), Volume 26#2 (#102), 104-105.

 

Davey,Moyra

 

about

 

"A CertainKind of Distance: Picturing the Art of Moyra Davey," (article by Meeka Walsh),Volume 27 #4 (#108), 48-56.

 

Davidson,K.L.

 

poetry

 

"UncleChick," Volume 8#2, 57.

 

Davidson,Robert

 

about

 

"RobertDavidson," (visual arts review by Robin Laurence), Volume 23#4 (#92), 88-90.

 

Davie,Karin

 

about

 

"SubjectiveAbstractionists: The Painting of Karin Davie and Louise Belcourt," (article by DanielBaird), Volume 24#3 (#95), 38-49.

 

Davies,Sally

 

about

 

"Postcardsfrom the Pledge," Robert Enright, (borderview), Volume 14#1, 8-9.

 

Davies,Victor

 

about

 

"TheMennonite Piano Concerto: A Review," Chester Duncan, Volume 4#2, 21.

"OfNotes and the Audience they Sing: A Review of Pulsations," SidRobinovitch, Volume 8#1, 29-30.

"VictorDavies Under the Big Top: The Musical Making of a Ballet," Laurel Howard,Volume 5#2, 20-22.

 

Davila,Juan

 

about

 

"TheLord of Missed Rules," Robert Enright (borderview), Volume 14#3, 4-5.

 

Davis,Ann

 

reviews

 

"Elusionsof Mysticism," Alison Gillmor (re: The Logic of Ecstasy: CanadianMystical Painting 1920-1940.) Volume 12#3, 58-60.

"Whoare the Passionate Canadians?: The Group of Seven," (script by NancyReilly), Volume 1#3&4, 130-131.

 

Davis,Brian Joseph

 

review

 

"TheDowntown Show: The New York Art Scene, 1974-84," (visual art review), Volume25#4 (#100), 99-101.

 

Davis,Mini

 

about

 

"ComicDesperado: The Recent Works of Mini Davis," Tom Lovatt, Volume 8#1, 56-57.

"Landscapein Blue," Al Rushton, Volume 7#1, 48-51.

 

Davis,Wade

 

About

 

"Light atthe Edge of the World: by Wade Davis," (book review by Linda Spalding), Volume21#1 (#81), 88-90.

 

Dawn, Kim

 

about

 

"KimDawn," (visual arts review by Christopher Olson), Volume 23#2 (#90), 105-106.

 

Dawn, Leslie

 

Reviews

 

"LisaKlapstock," (visual art review), Volume 24#3 (#95), 95-97.

"LinesPainted In Early Spring," (visual arts review feat.: Gerald Ferguson, BenReeves, Carmen Ruschiensky, Francine Savard), Volume 22#4 (#88), 94-95.

 

Dawson,Deco

 

about

 

"Art Deco:The Films of Deco Dawson," (column by Robert Enright), Volume 27#3 (#107),30-31.

"Portraitof the Artist as a very Young Man," Robert Enright (Borderview: re:"The Incidental Tribulations of Wake Me and My"), Volume 18#3 (#71),8-9.

 

Deachman,Cindy

 

About

 

"Natteringrampage: an installation," (a visual arts review by Emily Falvey, featuringartists Cindy Deachman and Deborah Margo), Volume 21#1 (#81), 80-81.

 

Dean,Max

 

about

 

"TheCertainty of Machines: An Interview with Max Dean," by Robert Enright, Volume26#1 (#101), 24-37.

 

Decter,Ann

 

reviews

 

"RadiantInvention," Ralph Kuropatwa, (re: Paper, Scissors, Rock), Volume12#3, 48-50.

 

Decter,Dena

 

articles

 

"10cent Art: An Idea Realized," Volume 1#1, 3-4.

 

reviews

 

"Imagesand Identities: Inuit Art at the Winnipeg Art Gallery," Volume 1#3&4,69-71.

 

Decter,Leah

 

About

 

"The Toothof the Matter: Leah Decter's Recent Installation," visual art review: RobinLaurence, Volume 19#4 (#76), 74-76.

 

deGroot, RaphaĎlle

 

"TheQuébec Triennial," (visual arts review by Stephen Horne), Volume 27 #3 (#107),177-179.

 

Dekyndt,Edith

 

about

 

"EdithDekyndt," (visual art review by Kim Olynyk), Volume 26#1 (#101), 86-89.

"TheWork is Done While You Sleep," (article) Rodney LaTourelle, Volume 19#2 (#74),34-37.

 

De laLande, André Castelain

 

about

 

"Piecesen un Acte: A Review," Denise Brown, Volume 3#2, 26-27.

 

Delvoye,Wim

 

about

 

"Vim and Vigour: An Interview with Wim Delvoye,"interview by Robert Enright, Volume 24#4 (#96), 20-35.

 

Demchuk,David

 

about

 

"Likea Georgia O'Keeffe Painting," Marilyn MacKinnon, (review of If BettyShould Rise by David Demchuk) Volume 11#2, 40.

 

DeMent,Iris

 

about

 

"Mournin'Coming Around," by Robert Enright (borderview of CD My Life), Volume 17#4(#68), 5-6.

 

Demers,Gloria

 

about

 

"TheCompany of Strangers," K. George Godwin (film review: The Company ofStrangers written by Gloria Demers; directed by Cynthia Scott) Volume 10#2,38-41.

 

Dempsey,Shawna

 

about

 

"Brave NewGirls: Moments of Rage and Beauty: The Art of Shawna Dempsey and Lorri Millan,"interview by Robert Enright, Volume 17#2 (#66), 16-27.

"GroceryStore," (visual arts review by Christopher Olson of installation by The Co-OpCollective: Jake Moore, Zab, Shawna Dempsey, Lorri Millan), Volume 21#4 (#84),65-66.

"InsiderVideo," K.George Godwin, (video review: We're Talking Vulva byShawna Dempsey and Tracy Traeger), Volume 9#4, 44-45.

"Stand-Ins,"(visual arts review by Meg Walker, of group exhibition curated by ShawnaDempsey including: Lynne Schulz, Tamara Rae Biebrich, Heidi Eigenkind,Elizabeth Garlicki, Lesley McKenzie), Volume 22#2 (#86), 81-82.

"SubconsciousCity," Amy Karlinsky, (visual art review: exhibition at WAG curated by ShawnaDempsey and Lori Millan), Volume 27#2 (#106), 87-88.

 

DeGrazia, Edward

 

symposium

 

"QuestioningBodies: A Symposium on Censorship and Representation," Introduction byRobert Enright, Volume10#2, 15-26.

 

DeMille, Agnes

 

about

 

"PrimeMover," Michael Crabb,(review: No Intermissions: The Life of Agnes deMille by Carol Easton), Volume 15#3, 61-63.

 

Demme, Jonathan

 

About

 

"TheThrill of Dumbing Up," (film review: The Silence of the Lambs by RoberEnright), Volume 19#4 (#76), 14-16.

 

DemolitionCrew

 

reviews

 

"TheDemolition Show," Volume 5#1, 41-43.

 

Dempsey,Shawna

 

about

 

"The Artof Free Ranging," Robert Enright (Borderview of Lesbian National Parks andServices Field Guide to North America), Volume 21#4 (#84), 15-16.

"HijackingCabaret," Lisa Gabrielle Mark, Volume 14#1, 34-37.

"SpaceInvaders," Robert Enright, (borderview), Volume 14#4, 6-8.

 

Dempster,Barry

 

poetry

 

"ThreeBitter Little Love Poems," (Valentine's Day, Stormed, ImaginaryHand), Volume 27#1 (#105), 84-85.

 

Denton,Tom

 

about

 

"Vaudevillefor the Television Generation: Stage West in Perspective," Reg Skene,Volume 3#3, 21.

 

Deverell,Rex

 

about

 

"BlackPowder: Estevan 1981, a Review," Anne Lee Block, Volume 3#1, 45.

 

Devine,Bonnie

 

"Multiples:Tsa'de yoh do's,"(visual art review by Sandra Vida of exhibition of First Nations artists:Robert Houle, Bonnie Devine, Teresa Marshall), Volume 20#4 (#80), 67-69.

 

Devine,Carol

 

article

 

"The Moon,the Stars and a Scar: Body Mapping Stories of Women Living with HIV/AIDS,"Volume 27#1 (#105), 58-65.

 

Dewalt,Robert

 

articles

 

"PlayIt Again, Sigmund: a Careful Inquiry into Guy Maddin's Tabooland," (re:Careful by Guy Maddin), Volume 12#2, 9-11.

 

Dhaliwal,Sarindar

 

about

 

"Farfrom the Midden Crowd," Lelde Muehlenbachs, (review: sarindar dhaliwal:saffron midden to ochre flats), Volume 14#2, 65-67.

"SarindarDhaliwal," Barbara Isherwood, (review: Sarindar Dhaliwal: Record Keeping),Volume 25#1 (#97), 116-117.

 

Dick, Terence

 

Articles

 

"Althea Thauberger and Fiona Smyth: Girl Trouble, TeenageGirls in Contemporary Art," Volume 23#2 (#90), 76-81.

"StanDouglas: Cuba Photographs," Volume 25#3 (#99), 80-86.

"What YouSee is What You Don't Get: The Art of James Carl," Volume 28#2 (#110), 56-65.

 

reviews

 

"StephenAndrews," (visual art review: POV), Volume 25#1 (#97), 111-112.

"JamesCarl," (visual art review of "Bottom Feeder"), Volume 22#1 (#85), 84-85.

"Controller:Artists Crack the Game Code," (visual arts review including artists *AnitaFontaine and Yumi-co, Tasman Richardson, The Prize Budget for Boys, MyfanwyAshmore, Alexander Galloway), Volume 25#2 (#98), 113-114.

"SkyGlabush," (visual art review), Volume 23#4 (#92), 108-109.

"SusanKealey: Ordinary Marvel edited by Jennifer Rudder, Why Stoics Box: Essays on Art andSociety by JeanneRandolph, Crime and Ornament: The Arts and Popular Culture in the Shadow ofAdolf Loos editedby Bernie Miller and Melony Ward," (book review), Volume 23#2 (#90), 106-108.

"Marcelvan Eeden," (visual art review), Volume 24#2 (#94), 89-90.

"Museopathy:Contemporary Art in Kingston Heritage Sites," (visuals of the work of JohnDickson and Barbara Hunt), Volume 20#4 (#80), 69-70.

"Projections,"(visual art review), Volume 26#3 (#103), 154-157.

"SaatchiGallery," (visual art review, incl.: Damien Hirst, Tracey Emin, Chris Ofili,Ron Mueck, Richard Wilson, Daniel Doig), Volume 22#4 (#88), 118-119.

"Shapeshifters,Time Travellers and Storytellers," (visual art review of group show featuringimages by Kent Monkman, Shuvinai Ashoona, Brian Jungen, Alan Michelson), Volume27#1 (#105), 101-103.

"Sightgagsand Soundtricks," (video review: Christian Marclay), Volume 20#2 (#78), 125-126

"SimonStarling," (visual art review), Volume 27#3 (#107), 183-184.

"Source,"(visual art review of exhibition at 2003 Toronto Images Festival), Volume 22#3(#87), 84-86.

 

Dickson,John

 

"Museopathy:Contemporary Art in Kingston Heritage Sites," (review by Terence Dick, visualsof the work of John Dickson and Barbara Hunt), Volume 20#4 (#80), 69-70.

 

diCorcia,Philip-Lorca

 

about

 

"AttentiveContradictions: The Photographic World of Philip-Lorca diCorcia," (interviewwith Meeka Walsh & Robert Enright), Volume 27 #4 (#108), 28-47.

 

Diehl, Charlene

 

reviews

 

"CarolShields: The Arts of a Writing Life and Dropped Threads 2: More of WhatWe Aren't Told," (book review), Volume 22#3 (#87), 97-99.

"Countryof Cold by Kevin Patterson," (book review) Volume 22#2 (#86), 86-91.

"TheEducation of Mr. Whippoorwill: A Country Boyhood by David Zieroth," (bookreview), Volume 22#1 (#85), 87-89.

"EliMandel, Life's Sentences," book review: The Other Harmony: The CollectedPoetry of Eli Mandel, Volume 20#3 (#79), 71-74.

"TheGood, the Bad and the Timely," (book review: Posts: Re-Addressing theEthical by Dawne McCance), Volume 15#4, 58-60.

"TheHands-and-Jammer Kid," (music review: James Ehnes), Volume 10#2, 44-45.

"In thePlace of Last Things by Micheal Helm," (book review), Volume 24#1 (#93),101-102.

"Maryof Canada: The Virgin Mary in Canadian Culture, Spirituality, History andGeography by Joan Skogan," (book review), Volume 24#2 (#94), 97-99.

"OriginalFire: Selected and New Poems by Louise Erdrich," (book review), Volume 23#1(#89), 97-98

"OtherworldLies," (music review: Carol Dahlstrom and James Hickerson), Volume 10#2,46.

"Rollercoaster:a cancer journey," (book review of Wayne Tefs' book), Volume 21#3 (#83),103-105.

"Rompingwith New Music," (review of du Maurier Arts Ltd. New Music Festival 1993),Volume 12#2, 44-46.

"WritingLovers: Reading Canadian Love Poetry by Women by Meira Cook," (bookreview), Volume 24#4 (#96), 109-111.

 

Dill,Lesley

 

about

 

"The Hand-Madenof Photography," Robin Laurence, (visual art review: Lesley Dill: Languageand Desire), Volume 17#1, 57-58.

 

Dillon,Norma

 

poetry

 

"BusinessTrips," Volume 1#3&4, 21.

 

Dine,Jim

 

about

 

"AncienRégime," Martha Langford, (re: Jim Dine: Drawing from the Glyptothek),Volume 13#4, 73-74.

"TheAutobiography of a Project," Robert Enright, (re: Jim Dine: ASelf-Portrait on the Walls dir. by Nancy Dine), Volume 15#2,65-67.

"JimDine," (visual art review of "New Tool Paintings" by Robert Enright), Volume 22#1(#85), 61-62.

"TheName Game: Jim Dine Walks Down Memory Lane," Robert Enright, (borderview),Volume 18#2 (#70), 5-6.

"RegardingJim Dine: an interview with Robert Enright," (introduction by MeekaWalsh), Volume 12#4, 8-24.

 

Dine,Nancy

 

about

 

"TheAutobiography of a Project," Robert Enright, (re: Jim Dine: ASelf-Portrait on the Walls dir. by Nancy Dine), Volume 15#2,65-67.

 

DiRisio, Tonia

 

about

 

"CanadaDarling," (visual art review by James Trainor), Volume 21#4 (#84), 74-76.

 

Diviney, David about "Dive: David Diviney and Craig Le Blanc,"Blair Brennan, Volume 25#4 (#100), 95-97. Dixon, Virginia reviews "Cynthia Girard," (visual art review of"The Sect of the Flying Mouse"), Volume 26#4 (#104), 101-102.

"HaroldKlunder," (visual art review), Volume 27#2 (#106), 111.

 Dobson, Nick

 

about

 

"NickDobson," (visual art review by Mario Trono: "Losing Sight of Blindness"),Volume 22#4 (#88), 112-113.

 

Documenta11

 

about

 

"Documenta11," (visual arts review by Oliver A.I. Botar), Volume 21#3 (#83), 95-100.

 

Doig,Peter

 

About

 

"The Eyeof Painting: An Interview with Peter Doig," Robert Enright, Volume 25#2 (#98),42-55.

"PeterDoig," (visual art review by John K. Grande), Volume 21#1 (#81), 73-74.

 

Dommasch,Hans

 

about

 

"PrairieGiants: A Review," Robert Enright, Volume 6#4, 40-41.

 

Donahue,A.J.

 

about

 

"TheArchitecture of A.J. Donahue," Neil Minuk, Volume 18#1 (#69), 38-40.

 

Donahue,Jim

 

"BlueNotes: Variations on a Late Night Theme," (re: Blue Note Café), Volume9#2, 16-19.

"AnOpen Letter to the Folk Community," Volume 1#1, 24-25.

"PersonalNotes," (re: 16th Annual Winnipeg Folk Festival), Volume 8#4, 43-44.

 

vanDongen, Kees

 

about

 

"Kees vanDongen," (visual art review by James D. Campbell), Volume 28#2 (#110), 105-106.

 

Donoghue, Lynn

 

About

 

"TheVibrant Worker: Lynn Donoghue's Recent Paintings," visual art review byTerrence Heath, Volume 19#4 (#76), 77-78.

 

Doran,James

 

about

 

"NewArt In Manitoba at the Winnipeg Art Gallery," Arthur Adamson, Volume 3#1,34-36.

 

Dorge,Lionel

 

articles

 

"Le CercleMoliere: 1979-1982," Volume 2#1, 16-19.

 

Dorion,Pierre

 

about

 

visualarts review of "I Must Have Been Blind," by Joseph R. Wolin, Volume21#3 (#83), 81-82.

 

interview

 

"SimplyDeep: An Interview with Pierre Dorion," (with Robert Enright), Volume 23#3(#91), 92-101.

 

Dorland,Chris

 

about

 

"ChrisDorland: Surface Tensions," article by Susan Emerling, Volume 26#3 (#103),94-100.

 

Dorosz,Chris

 

about

 

"ThePhilosopher of the Bottom Kitchen Drawer," Robert Enright (borderview), Volume19#1 (#73), 4-5.

 

Doucette,Valerie

 

reviews

 

"OilSpill: New Painting in Ontario," (visual art review of group show includingimages of work by Kent Monkman, Kim Dorland, Jaclyn Conley), Volume 26#4(#104), 88-90.

 

Douglas,Fred

 

about

 

"ShadowLandscapes," Christopher Brayshaw,(review: Fred Douglas. Menu for Sunset:An Apparent Story), Volume 15#3, 59-61.

 

Douglas,Stan

 

about

 

"BeyondCinema: The Art of Projection Films, Videos and Installations from 1963-2005,"(image of piece in exhibition included in visual art review by RosemaryHeather), Volume 26#1 (#101) 89-91.

"Out ofthe Blue: Three Works on Vancouver," (re: Brian Jungen, Roy Arden, StanDouglas), Peter Culley, Volume 20#2 (#78), 64-70.

"ThePleasure of Confoundment," Robin Laurence, (visual art review: Stan Douglas),Volume 18#2 (#70), 53-56.

"PurposefulHistory," (borerview by Robert Enright), Volume 27 #4 (#108), 20-21.

"StanDouglas: Cuba Photographs," (article by Terence Dick), Volume 25#3 (#99),80-86.

 

Dove,Tony

 

"Cybertheatre,Forum of Resistance," (re: The City and Memory by Tony Dove and MichaelMackenzie),Daniel Fischlin & Andrew Taylor, Volume 12#4, 49-51.

 

Dow,Jim

 

about

 

"Take MeOut to the Art Gallery," George Bowering, Volume 16#3, 6-7.

 

Downton,Dawn Rae

 

reviews

 

"Childrenof Light," (photography review: The Hongkong Bank of Canada Photographsof Children: 150 Years curated by Jane Corkin), Volume 9#4, 45-47.

 

Dowsett,Gwen

 

"FolkHousing: The Vernacular Architecture of the Ukrainian People in Manitoba,"Volume 5#4, 12-20.

"NaturalCo-Habitations: Mennonite House-Barn Architecture in the Prairies," Volume6#4, 24-31.

 

Drever, Dean

 

about

 

"DeanDrever," visual art review by Lee Henderson, Volume 27#1 (#105), 106-107.

"LustreLust," (Borderview by Robert Enright), Volume 23#3, (#91), 16.

 

Driscoll,Bernadette

 

"Tattoos,Hairsticks and Ulus: The Graphic Art of Jessie Oonark," Volume 3#4, 12-19.

 

Dueck, Daniel

 

about

 

"Bi-CoastalEclecticism," (Borderview by Robert Enright), Volume 24#3 (#95), 16.

 

artpages

 

"GoingNorth, Jack Tree USA, Metropolitan Cross Road," Volume 24#3(#95), 89-91.

 

portfolio

 

"TheWinnipeg AlphaBestiary: The Many and the Marvelous," (N), Volume 25#1 (#97),52-88.

 

Dueck,Lynnette

 

"NecessaryFiction," James Hutchison,(re:of sing me no more), Volume 12#2,46-47.

 

Duggan,M.Bruce

 

about

 

"TheDictator Next Door," Shelagh Rogers, (film review: Smoked Lizard Lipsdirected and written by M.B.Duggan, produced by G.Klimkiw, T.Traeger andM.B.Duggan)  Volume 10#4, 49-51.

 

columns

 

"Iffy andStinky: Dissecting the X-Files," (re: cult TV), Volume 16#4, 10-11.

 

reviews

 

"Musimania:Winnipeg's New Music Festival (Notes of a Musical Devotee)," Volume 11#2,10-13.

"TheThinner Red Line," (re:Incident at Oglala, Seven Arts—Spanish Fork MotionPicture Company) Volume 11#4, 80-81.

"UrbanPastoral," (re: The Urban Prairie), Volume 13#2, 66-68.

 

veyDuke, Emily and Cooper Battersby

 

about

 

"The NewVideo Linguists," (Borderview by Robert Enright), Volume 24#3 (#95), 12-13.

 

 

Dukes,Caroline

 

about

 

"BuildingBlocks of Memory," Gary Genosko (visual art review: Caroline Dukes'sCities), Volume 18#1 (#69), 67-68.

"CarolineDukes," (visual art review by Alison Gillmor), Volume 27 #4 (#108), 95-96.

"CarolineDukes: Building Light," (article by Meeka Walsh), Volume 23#1 (#89), 68-74.

"TheTrellis of Memory: Recent Drawings by Caroline Dukes," Tom Lovatt, Volume10#1, 34-35.

 

Dumas,Marlene

 

About

 

"BeautyMarks," (review by Petra Halkes, exhibition entitled "The Beauty of Evil,"featuring Eleanor Bond, Thomas Ruff, Anselm Kiefer, Julian Rosefeldt, Piero Steinle,Bernardo Bertolucci, Marlene Dumas, Andres Serrano), Volume 21#1 (#81), 38-43.

 

Interviews

 

"TheFearless Body: An Interview with Marlene Dumas," (with Robert Enright), Volume23#3 (#91), 22-34.

 

Dumontier, Michael

 

About

 

"If FredAstaire Could Draw…The Elegant Artworks of Micheal Dumontier," Meeka Walsh,Volume 27#3 (#107), 74-85.

"Winnipegon the Hudson," by James Trainor, (re: The Royal Art Lodge—Michael Dumontier,Hollie Dzama, Marcel Dzama, Neil Farber, Drue and Myles Langlois—Jon Pylypchukand Tim Gardner in NYC), Volume 22#3 (#87), 36-47.

 

portfolio

 

Artistspages, "drawings on paper, 2002-2003," Volume 22#3 (#87), 55-57.

"DrueLanglois and Michael Dumontier: Eyeball Hurt & the Medicine Present,"Volume 19#1 (#73), 33-35.

"KeyholeCollages," (Director: Guy Maddin; Art Director: Paul Butler; Michael Dumontier,Brad Phillips, Simon Hughes, Jeff Funnell, Alicia Smith, Caelum Vatnsdal: ArtDepartment), Volume 26#4 (#104), 58-67.

"TheWinnipeg AlphaBestiary: The Many and the Marvelous," (J), Volume 25#1 (#97),52-88.

 

Duncan,Chester

 

"AMusical Community," Volume 3#2, 12-13.

"Notesof a Song Composer: An Interview with Chester Duncan," (with BlakemanWelch) Volume 5#4, 29-31.

 

reviews

 

"GlennGould Variations (by "himself and his friends")," Volume 4#1,25-26.

"TheMennonite Piano Concerto (by Victor Davies)," Volume 4#2, 21.

"Sharp,Flat and Natural," (re: Music by Robert Turner, Volume 15 of theAnthology of Canadian Music), Volume 3#3, 39-40.

"Variations(music by William Pura)," Chester Duncan, Volume 4#1, 22.

 

Duncan,Mark

 

"TheHinterland Strikes Back: Localizing Critical Pride," Volume 7#3, 9-11.

 

reviews

 

"Feelingthe Worlds (book by Dorothy Livesay)," Volume 4#4, 46-47.

"TheFencepost Chronicles (by W.P.Kinsella)," Volume 6#3, 23-24.

"Foreigners(book by Barbara Sapergia)," Volume 4#2, 24.

"Jewels(by David Carpenter)," Volume 5#3, 33.

"TheOld Dance: Love Stories of One Kind or Another (edited by BonnieBurnard)," Volume 6#2, 29-30.

"TheWay of All Flesh," (re: Polaroid Rot by Jeannette Angel), Volume 13#4,76-77.

"Whenthe Stones Fly Up (by Dale Zieroth)," Volume 5#2, 32.

"Songof Himself," (book review:  Buddy'sby Stan Persky) Volume 11#1, 49-50.

 

Dunda,Jason

 

about

 

"TheFormalities of Kitsch," Robert Enright (borderview), Volume 18#2 (#70), 8.

 

Dunning, Alan

 

about

 

"BrainyArt," Gerry Kisil, (visual art review: The Furnace by Alan Dunning andPaul Woodrow), Volume 19#1 (#73), 79-81.

 

Dupuis, Lorenzo

 

about

 

"TranscendentalTopographies,"Peter Millard, (visual art review: Lorenzo Dupuis Stillscapes),Volume 18#4 (#72), 72-74.

 

Durand,Yves Sioui

 

about

 

"Razingthe Edifice Complex," Mark Morris, (re: The Sun Raiser by Yves SiouiDurand), Volume 14#4, 78-79.

 

Dutch Art

 

about

 

"GoingDutch," David Rozniatowski, (visual art review: Art in the Age of van Gogh:Dutch Paintings from the Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam) Volume 18#3 (#71), 60-62.

 

 

Duvall,Robert

 

about

 

"TheApostolic Successful: Robert Duvall Gets Preachy," Robert Enright, (borderviewre: film, The Apostle), Volume 17#2 (#66), 7-8.

 

Dwyer,Maggie

 

fiction

 

"Lot'sWife," Volume 11#1, 57-62.

 

reviews

 

"AdeleWise Woman," (book review: We Who Can Fly, Poems, Essays and Memories inHonour of Adele Wiseman, edited by Elizabeth Greene), Volume 17#1, 59-60.

 

Dyck,Aganetha

 

about

 

"AganethaDyck," (visual arts review of "New Work From the Hive" by SerenaKeshavjee), Volume 21#3 (#83), 83-84.

"AganethaDyck's Mad Hatting," Al Rushton, Volume 6#3, 25-26.

"BeeWork: Aganetha Dyck's Project in Progress," Meeka Walsh, Volume 10#4,39-40.

"Hives ofProductivity," borderview by Robert Enright, Volume 26#2 (#102), 15-16.

"Homeis Where the Space is," Petra Halkes, (visual art review: Home is Wherethe Heart is, Bill Eakin, Aganetha Dyck, Lynda Gammon and Wanda Koop),Volume 16#1, 48-49.

"Objectsof Wonder," Alison Gillmor, (review: Still Life, Aganetha Dyck and KarenThornton), Volume 14#3, 22-23.

"Women'sWork: The Radical Domestications of Aganetha Dyck," Sheila Butler, Volume4#1, 15-19.

 

interview

 

"The  Incredible Lightness of Bee-ing,"Robert Enright, intro by Meeka Walsh, Volume 19#2 (#74), 42-57.

 

portfolio

 

"TheWinnipeg AlphaBestiary: The Many and the Marvelous," (B), Volume 25#1 (#97),52-88.

 

Dyck,E.F.

 

about

 

"Essayson Saskatchewan Writing: A Review," Robert Quickenden, Volume 6#4, 49-50.

 

Dyck,Richard

 

about

 

"RichardDyck, Virtual Apartmentalization," Rob Sauvey, (visual art re: CD-ROM, Apartment), Volume 17#2 (#66), 48-51.

 

Dykhuis,Peter

 

about

 

"PeterDykhuis," Meredith Dault, (visual art review re: "You Are Here"), Volume 26#2(#102), 104-105.

 

articles

 

"BoundaryBreaker: Garry Neill Kennedy's Superstar Shadow Project," Volume 28#2 (#110),48-55.

 

Dymond, Anne reviews "Mary Kavanagh," (visual arts review re: SeekingGeorgia), Volume 25#2 (#98), 109-110. Dzama, Hollie

 

about

 

"Winnipegon the Hudson," by James Trainor, (re: The Royal Art Lodge—Michael Dumontier,Hollie Dzama, Marcel Dzama, Neil Farber, Drue and Myles Langlois—Jon Pylypchukand Tim Gardner in NYC), Volume 22#3 (#87), 36-47.

 

Dzama,Marcel

 

about

 

"The BearFacts," (Borderview by Robert Enright), Volume 22#3 (#87), 11-12.

"TheInfinitude of Cool: Marcel Dzama's Grave New World," MJ Thompson, Volume 27#3(#107), 92-101.

 

portfolio

 

"Dzamatizations,the Drawings of Marcel Dzama," drawings and text by Marcel Dzama, Volume17#3 (#67), 36-41.

"TheWinnipeg AlphaBestiary: The Many and the Marvelous," (K), Volume 25#1 (#97),52-88.

 

drawings

 

"Joein the Afterlife," Annabel Lyon, drawings by Marcel Dzama, Volume 18#3(#71), 42-46.

 

Eakin,William

 

about

 

"CollectingMoments of Light: An Interview with William Eakin," (with Robert Enright)Volume 8#2, 21-28.

"ComfortableAttractors," Ron Frohwerk, (visual arts review: William Eakin:Photographs and Diane Whitehouse: Paintings), Volume 9#2, 21-23.

"Homeis Where the Space is," Petra Halkes, (visual art review: Home is Wherethe Heart is, Bill Eakin, Aganetha Dyck, Lynda Gammon and Wanda Koop),Volume 16#1, 48-49.

"Snappedto Attention," Meeka Walsh (review: inside out, William Eakin and SarahCrawley), Volume 14#3, 23-24.

"TrophyArt," Donald Richie, (visual art review: Monuments), Volume 17#1, 69.

"WilliamEakin/Robert Epp and Rosalie Favell," (visual arts review by Cliff Eyland),Volume 21#4 (#84), 67-68.

 

artpages

 

"Have aNice Day," volume 19#2 (#74), 65-67.

 

interview

 

"The Pleasureof Looking: The Photography of William Eakin," (interview with Robert Enright),Volume 24#2 (#94), 58-71.

 

portfolios

 

"BakerLake 1983-1984: A Photoessay," (with Jack Butler) Volume 3#4, 20-25.

"IllusionMidway Sideshow," Volume 13#4, 19-25.

"Sweetand Sour: Chinese Restaurants in Rural Manitoba," (Introduction by RobertEnright), Volume 5#4, 39-45.

"StrangeAttractor: Photographs by William Eakin," Volume 8#2, 29-36.

"WilliamEakin: Photographer," Volume 2#1, 21-25.

"BridgingSonic Cultures: Tibetan Opera in Winnipeg," by Michael Oesterle, photographs byWilliam Eakin, Volume 19#4 (#76), 52-54.

 

 

Eason,Bruce

 

about

 

"SnaggingMoonbeams with Catchers' Mitts," (book review: Black Tulips) Volume11#1, 50-51.

 

Easton,Carol

 

about

 

"PrimeMover," Michael Crabb,(review: No Intermissions: The Life of Agnes deMille), Volume 15#3, 61-63.

 

Eckart,Christian

 

about

 

"ChristianEckart," Gary Michael Dault, (review of Pornopticon), Volume 25#1 (#97),115-116.

"Enter theSublime," Gary Michael Dault, Volume 16#3, 44-47.

"RadicalBeauty: The Work of Christian Eckart," by Nancy Tousley, Volume 20#2 (#78),54-62.

 

 

Eckhardt,Ferdinand

 

"Twenty-oneyears at the Winnipeg Art Gallery: A Memoir," Volume 2#3, 53-59.

 

about

 

"Musicfrom Within: A Biography of the Composer Eckhardt-Gramatté, A Review,"Bill Pura, Volume 5#3, 32.

 

Eckhardt-Gramatté,S.C.

 

about

 

"Musicfrom Within: A Biography of the Composer Eckhardt-Gramatté, A Review (byFerdinand Eckhardt)," Bill Pura, Volume 5#3, 32.

"S.C.Eckhardt-Gramatté: An Impression," Kathleen Wall, Volume 1#3&4,110-111.

 

Eden, Xandra

 

Review

 

"2002Whitney Biennial," (visual arts review), Volume 21#2 (#82), 79-81.

"Flatlanders:Collecting The Present in Toronto," (reviews of works by Elizabeth McIntosh,Eric Glavin, Mark Bell, Sally Spath, and Nestor Kruger), Volume 20#4 (#80),34-40.

"TheSystems Aesthetic of Nestor Kruger," visual art, Volume 20#1 (#77), 63-65.

 

EdmontonArt Gallery

 

about

 

"Post-IronicRe-Enchantments," David Garneau, (visual art review: The 1996 AlbertaBiennial of Contemporary Art), Volume 15#4, 65-68.

 

Educationand Art (see Art and Education)

 

Eggleton, Lara

 

review

 

"Bev Pike," (visual art review), Volume 24#4 (#96),94-96.

 

Egoyan, Atom

 

about

 

"AtomEgoyan," (installation review by JoAnne Stober), Volume 21#4 (#84), 71-72.

"Relyingon the Kindness of Monsters," Robert Enright (film column), Volume 19#1 (#73),10-11.

 

Egoyan,Eve

 

"NextMemory City," (collage of responses from Michael Awad, Eve Egoyan and DavidRokeby re: "Next Memory City"), Volume 21#4 (#84), 36-40.

 

Ehman,Shayne

 

about

 

"ShayneEhman," (visual art review by Robin Laurence), Volume 25#3 (#99), 125-127.

 

Ehnes,James

 

about

 

"TheHands-and-Jammer Kid," Charlene Diehl-Jones, (music review: James Ehnes)Volume 10#2, 44-45.

 

Eichhorn,Virginia M.

 

reviews

 

"Vessna Perunovich," (visual art review), Volume 22#4(#88), 113-115.

"Jane Ash Poitras," (visual art review), Volume 26#1(#101), 98-99.

"Ione Thorkelsson," (visual art review), Volume 23#2(#90), 108-109.

 

Eksteins,Modris

 

"AltaredEgos, Reflections on History, Art and Self," Volume 8#4, 88-90.

 

about

 

"RiskyHistory," Mark Abley, (book review: Rites of Spring: the Great War andthe Birth of the Modern Age), Volume 8#4, 41-42.

 

Elgstrand, Gregory

 

reviews

 

"Martinand Chris Bennett," (visual arts review of "I'm Smarter I'm Better Looking"),Volume 23#2 (#90), 88-90.

 

Eliot,John  (See Clark, John Eliot)

 

Ellenwood,Ray

 

reviews

 

"Copigraphy:Elements for a Global History By Monique Brunet-Weinmann," (new mediareview), Volume 22#2 (#86), 94-96.

"FrancoiseSullivan," (visual art review), Volume 22#3 (#87), 92-95.

 

Elliott,William D.

 

poetry

 

"IceOut," Volume 4#4, 64.

"ThisCountry," Volume 4#4, 64.

 

Ellis,Clay

 

reviews

 

"ThePlace of Sculpture," Lelde Muehlenbachs, Volume 12#3, 64-47.

 

About

 

"Reformalism:Clay Ellis Recent Sculpture," (article by Karen Wilkin) Volume 21#2 (#82),46-51.

 

 

Ellis,Easton

 

about

"A Film on the Verge of a Murderous Breakdown," RobertEnright (column re: American Psycho), Volume 19#2 (#74), 10-11.

 

Ellis,Scott

 

"Bitingthe Screen That Feeds You: Winnipeg's Vidoe Art," Volume 10#4, 9-12.

"Michelangelowith a Black and Decker: Kim Ouellette Recent Paintings," Volume 9#3,18-19.

"PhantomIndians: Some Observations on Recent Cinema," Volume 11#4, 42-45.

"Stormingthe Ramparts with the Student Bolsheviks," Volume 12#1, 62-63.

 

reviews

 

"BigEditor is Watching," (book review: Made in Manitoba edited by WayneTefs), Volume 9#4, 48-49.

"ConstantMuddling," (re: Misfit Lit: Contemporary Comic Art) Volume 11#3, 42-43.

"Gorilla," (theatre review), Volume 7#4, 40-41.

"TheImportance of Being Technological: A Review of Beyond Electronics," Volume8#2, 46-47.

"Linesof Photographic History," (review: Reality and Movement in DocumentaryPhotography: A Photographic Installation by Donigan Cumming)Volume 10#1,50-52.

"NotCrossing the Track," (book review: Double Danish: Contemporary ShortStories from Denmark selected and translated by Per Brask), Volume 10#3,32-33.

"AQuiet Smash," (art review: Cataract by Laura Vickerson), Volume10#3, 38.

"PretendDrive-In," (borderview: Video Drive-In; Night Bus to Fargo by SusanPeterson and Maureen Medved; Murderer's Song by Nelson Hendricks),Volume 10#4, 54.

"ProvisionalPassion," (visual art review: Un Chemin de la Croix by Roland Bouchard),Volume 9#1, 32-33.

"ASeismographic Sketch," (re: The Thinking Heart: Best Canadian Essays,ed. George Galt) Volume 11#2, 38-40.

"SnaggingMoonbeams with Catchers' Mitts," (book review: Black Tulips byBruce Eason) Volume 11#1, 50-51.

"TheUnbearable Lightness of Carving," (re: Nick Sikkuark) Volume 11#3. 43.

"Walkingthe Disconnected Tightrope," (visual art review: Doug Melnyk:Multi-Media Works: 1980-1990), Volume 9#3, 31-32.

 

poetry

 

"FivePoems," Volume 9#2, 57-58.

"TwoPoems," Volume 10#3, 18.

 

Elton,Heather

 

reviews

 

"Buildingon the Shipwreck of History: The Architecture of Daniel Libeskind," Volume 20#4(#80), 42-49.

"TheAbsence Drinkers," (visual art review: "L'aberrations des traces"), Volume 19#2(#74), 86-87.

"Dance MeInside: Canada Dance Festival 2000," dance review, Volume 19#4 (#76), 86-89.

"Lynx fromthe Past: Chekhov Goes Native," (theatre reivew: The House of Sonya byFloyd Favel Starr), Volume 17#1, 63-67.

"RobertLepage, Heaven Sense," theatre review: The Far Side of the Moon, Volume20#3 (#79), 75-78.

 

Elwes,Catherine

 

about

 

"VideoArt, A Guided Tour by Catherine Elwes," (book review by Tom Sherman), Volume24#3 (#95), 112-113.

 

articles

 

"MovingPictures: UK/Canadian Video," (re: "UK/Canadian Video Exchange"), Volume 19#3(#75), 52-56.

 

reviews

 

"JanetCardiff and George Bures Miller," Volume 22#4 (#88), 104-105.

"VideoActs," (re: "Video Acts: Single Channel Works from the Collections of Pamelaand Richard Kramlich and New Art Trust"), Volume 23#1 (#89), 78-80.

 

EmmaLake Artists

 

"PrairieArchdemonics: Blessed or Cursed by the Emma Lake Workshops," TerrenceHeath, (re: The Flat Side of the Landscape curated by John O'Brian),Volume 9#1, 53-56.

 

Emerling,Susan

 

article

 

"ChrisDorland: Surface Tensions," Volume 26#3 (#103), 94-100.

 

review

 

"Ecstasy: In and About Altered States," (visual artreview), Volume 25#1 (#97), 123-125.

"Fifth International SITE Santa Fe Biennial: ‘Disparities& Deformations: Our Grotesque'," (visual arts review), Volume 23#4 (#92),90-92.

"Francis Alÿs," (visual art review), Volume 27#1 (#105),86-87.

"Larry Clark," (visual art review), Volume 24#2 (#94),86-87.

"Prospect. 1 New Orleans," (visual art review re:international biennial curated by Dan Cameron, featuring artwork by AdamCvijanovic, Sanford Biggers and Bradely McCallum), Volume 28#1 (#109), 86-88.

"René Magritte," (visual art review re: "Magritte andContemporary Art: The Treachery of Images"), Volume 26#2 (#102), 96-98.

"Robert Rauschenberg," (visual art review), Volume 25#4(#100), 84-86.

"Robert Smithson," (visual art review), Volume 24#1(#93), 77-79.

 

Emin,Tracey

 

about

 

"Body: NewArt from the UK, (image included in review of group show by Andrea Carson),Volume 25#3 (#99), 123-124.

 

Enns,Victor Jerrett

 

poetry

 

"ApocalypseNow," Volume 4#1, 26.

"WhenAll but One She Kisses Die," Volume 4#1, 28.

 

reviews

 

"SonnetTearing," (book review: The Gladys Elegies by Barbara Nickel), Volume17#2 (#66), 67-68.

 

Enright,Robert

 

articles/interviews

 

"Achievementsof Indecision: The Art of William Kentridge," Volume 21#1 (#81), 20-37.

"AddictiveBeauty: An Interview with Dominique Issermann," Volume 23#2 (#90), 41.

"TheAesthetics of Wonder: An Interview with Ann Hamilton," Volume 19#2 (#74),18-33.

"The Agesof Johnson: An Interview with Sarah Anne Johnson," Volume 27#3 (#107), 58-73.

"Aligningthe Irresistible Patterns: An Interview with Jack Butler," Volume 3#1,11-17.

"Allin the Family: Modernism and Its Progeny: A Symposium on the New MusicFestival," Volume 11#2, 24-33.

"AMazing Grace: The Writings of Robert Kroetsch," Volume 6#3, 29-30.

"TheAmbiguous Witness: An Interview with Leon Golub," Volume 19#1 (#73), 18-31.

"An ArtistWalks into a Bar: An Interview with Theo Sims," Volume 27#3 (#107), 121-131.

"TheArt of Dismembering and Remembering: An Interview with Patrick Treacy,"Volume 5#3, 10-17.

"The Art of Downside Narrative: An Interview with TonyScherman," Volume 26#3 (#103), 68-77.

"The Artful Doubter: Evan Penny & the Making ofExtraordinary Objects," Volume 25#2 (#98), 24-39.

"The Articulate Body: Carolee Schneemann inConversation," Volume 17#1, 14-27.

"AttentiveContradictions: The Photographic World of Phillip-Lorca diCorcia," (intro byRober Enright, interview by Robert Enright & Meeka Walsh), Volume 27 #4(#108), 28-47.

"AtticThoughts to Light: An Interview with Joel-Peter Witkin," Volume 9#1,15-17.

"Balancingthe Instrument of Art: An Interview with Don Reichert," Volume 2#2, 10-17.

"TheBanquet Year: Feasting on Nineteen Hundred and Twelve, A conversation withRoger Shattuck," Volume 7#1, 37-41.

"BathingBeauties: An interview with Ruth Kaplan," Volume 23#2 (#90), 51-57.

"TheBeauty of Longing: A Conversation with Wanda Koop," Volume 15#4, 12-23.

"ABloodstream of Images, an interview with Betty Goodwin," Volume 14#4,42-53.

"BoundaryBlurrer: An Interview with Vera Frenkel," Volume 26#2 (#102), 42-55.

"Brave NewGirls: Moments of Rage and Beauty: The Art of Shawna Dempsey and Lorri Millan,"Volume 17#2 (#66), 16-27.

"BryarsPatching, The Musical Construction of Gavin Bryars," Volume 13#2, 26-36.

"Canada'sPainting Bond: An Interview with Eleanor Bond," Volume 23#3 (#91), 82-91.

"TheCertainty of Machines: An Interview with Max Dean," Volume 26#1 (#101), 24-37.

"Chameleonesque,The Shape-Shifting Art of William Wegman," (introduction by Meeka Walsh),Volume 22#1 (#85), 30-47.

"CivilDisobedience: The Artful Puppetry of Ronnie Burkett," interview, Volume13#4, 9-18.

"AClean, Well-Lighted Grace, an interview with Robert Wilson," Volume 13#2,14-22.

"CliffordWiens: The Importance of Building Earnest," Volume 5#2, 13-19.

"TheCoincidence Man: The Art of Marcel van Eeden," Volume 26#4 (#104), 42-57.

"CollectingMoments of Light: An Interview with William Eakin," Volume 8#2, 21-28.

"TheComfort of Edges: Working the Calm Bewilderment," (re: Eleanor Bond),Volume 15#1, 10-17.

"Complicities:A Conversation between David Salle and John Hawkes," Volume 9#4, 28-40.

"Conservatismand Experimentation in Saskatchewan Art: An Interview with BruceFerguson," Volume 2#1, 60-63.

"TheConsolation of Plausibility: An Interview with Jeff Wall," Volume 19#1 (#73),38-51.

"CoreIntimacies, Eric Fischl on the Art of Pierre Bonnard," Volume 17#3 (#67),55-61.

"Crafting,Every Witch Way: An Interview with FASTWURMS," Volume 25#1 (#97), 40-51.

"CuriousDesign and Unique Intention: The Recent Art of Julian Schnabel," (article),Volume 22#4 (#88), 32-42.

"Dances with Steel: The Sculpture of RobertMurray," Volume 18#2 (#70), 31-43.

"Dark witha Happy Twist: a conversation with Ellen von Unwerth," Volume 23#2 (#90),18-27.

"The DarkAnnunciator: An Interview with John Scott," Volume 18#3 (#71), 16-29.

"A Darkbut Vital Light: An Interview with Sean Scully," Volume 26#3 (#103), 50-60.

"DarkRainbow, A Conversation with Martha Clarke," Volume 14#1, 18-29.

"ADarker Shade of Romance: An Interview with Halya Kuchmij," Volume 2#4,12-17.

"DeathDefier: The Art of Dana Schutz," Volume 23#4 (#92), 44-51.

"Departuresand Arrivals: Three Winnipeg Artists Come Home," Volume 4#1, 48-50.

"Domesticatingthe Prairie: An Interview with Jennifer Stillwell," Volume 27#3 (#107),142-153.

"DrasticMeasures: Brad Roberts of the Crash Test Dummies," Volume 10#4, 28-33.

"ElusiveClarity: An Interview with Shirley Wiitasalo," Volume 24#3 (#95), 50-61.

"TheEmbryology of a Journal," (re: Jack Butler), Volume 8#4, 18-24.

"Endgames:Donigan Cumming's Subverted Narratives," Volume 24#2 (#94), 20-31.

"Enigmatorio:The Art of Sarah Moon," Volume 18#4 (#72), 16-29.

"TheEroticized Landscape: A Conversation with Scott Watson about Art in Super au NaturalBritish Columbia," Volume 4#1, 51-53.

"TheEthics of Uncertainty: An Interview with Will Gorlitz," Volume 7#4, 12-25.

"TheEveryday Sublime: An Interview With Gina Rorai," (introduction by Meeka Walsh),Volume 22#4 (#88), 20-31.

"EveryFrame A Photograph: Shirin Neshat in Conversation," Volume 28#1 (#109), 24-39.

"TheExplorer of Human Emotions: An Interview with Wendy Lill," Volume 10#1,12-17.

"TheEye in Love with Seeing: Russell Hoban in Conversation," Volume 7#2,37-41.

"The Eyeof Painting: An Interview with Peter Doig," Volume 25#2 (#98), 42-55.

"Eyeingthe Landscape: The Photography of Thaddeus Holownia," Volume 21#4 (#84), 20-34.

"Fabulator,An Interview with Tony Scherman," Volume 14#3, 12-21.

"FarFrom the Maddin Crowd: An Interview with Guy Maddin," Volume 9#3, 33-41.

"Thefashionable body, Essaying the Aesthetics of Fashion Photography," Volume14#2, 46-49.

"FatherCourage: An Interview with John Hirsch," Volume 7#4, 80-85.

"TheFearless Body: An Interview with Marlene Dumas," Volume 23#3 (#91), 22-34.

"Fight,Stamina and Actions: Subjects and Objects in the Bewildering World ofPerformance," (Interviews with Francesco Conz, Allan Kaprow, Raphael MontaĖezOrtiz, Hermann Nitsch, Orlan and Shozo Shimamoto; re: MOCA exhibition, "Out ofActions: Between Performance and the Object, 1949-1979"), Volume 17#2 (#66),28-47.

"Figuresof Mettle and Feats of Clay," Interview with Joe Fafard, Volume 16#1,20-29.

"FertileRegions: The ever-Growing Art of Terry Winters," Volume 11#2, 14-23.

"FictionalLives: The Photographic Portraits of Sheila Spence," Volume 6#1, 44-51.

"FierceVulnerabilities: The Art of Rebecca Horn," Volume 10#4, 13-24.

"FirstPerson Singular: The Determined Short Fiction of Sandra Birdsell, AnInterview," Volume 4#2, 10-13.

"FourCanadian Artist in New York: David Craven, Medrie MacPhee, Micah Lexier &Attila Richard Lukacs," Volume 20#2 (#78), 72-102.

"FrankSpeaking: An Interview with Robert Frank," Volume 16#4, 14-33.

"FromFlesh to Stone: The Photography of Ralph Gibson," Volume 21#2 (#82), 18-35.

"GardeningUtopia: An Interview with Geoffrey James," Volume 9#1, 11-14.

"Green'sParty: A Conversation with Art Green," Volume 24#4 (#96), 44-54.

"GuitarMan: The Instrumental Art of Murray Favro," Volume 10#4, 25-27.

"Havenand Earth: the Circus According to John Irving," interview, (photographsMary Ellen Mark), Volume 13#4, 40-47.

"Heartbreaker:The Video Art of Benny Nemerofsky Ramsay," Volume 23#4 (#92), 54-64.

"HistoryPainter," (re: Lawrence Paul Yuxweluptun), Volume 20#2 (#78), 38-43.

"Homingin Anywhere: An Interview with Harry Seidler," Volume 7#4, 26-34.

"HoverCrafting: The Art of Monica Tap," Volume 22#4 (#88), 64-71.

"TheHumanizer: An Interview with Susan Rothenberg," Volume 24#3 (#95), 22-37.

"HumanusEx Machina: The Art of Robert Saucier," Volume 10#4, 66-71.

"ImaxingGrace: An Interview with Roman Kroiter," Volume 8#2, 41-44.

"TheIncidental Tourist: Travels with Donald Baechler," interview, Volume 13#4,26-38.

"TheIncomparable Rightness of In Between, A Conversation with Edward Poitras,"Volume 14#4, 24-33.

"TheIncredible Lightness of Bee-ing: An Interview with Aganetha Dyck," Volume 19#2(#74), 42-57.

"TheIncredible Lightness of Machines: An Interview with Reva Stone," Volume 26#1(#101), 56-65.

"Instructionsin the Marital Arts: A Conversation with Yoko Ono," Volume 13#1, 30-41.

"TheIntimate Idealogue: an interview with John Berger," Volume 14#2, 28-37.

"InverseAesthetics: Curating the Impossible Show," Volume 7#3, 37-41.

"AnInvitation to Memory: The Designing Art of Mary Kerr," Volume 6#1, 54-62.

"IsabellaRossellini: Close to the Maddin Crowd," Volume 22#2 (#86), 44-52.

"JourneyWoman: The Interrogative Art of Diane Whitehouse," Volume 10#2, 27-33.

"TheJuice and the Joy of it, The Art and Life of Larry Rivers: Interview by RobertEnright," Volume 13#3, 44-51.

"KnowingWhere to Draw the Line: Erwin Redl Tells Light Stories," Volume 24#4 (#96),36-42.

"ALatter-Day Medievalist: A Conversation with Tom Lovatt," Volume 6#2,38-41.

"Learningfrom Objects: An Interview with David Altmejd," Volume 23#4 (#92), 66-75

"LeonardCohen: Interview by Robert Enright," Volume 26#4 (#104), 26-40.

"Lettersfrom the Earth: An Interview with Mike Olito," Volume 4#4, 10-17.

"LightEssentials: An Interview with Sheila Metzner," Volume 9#1, 8-10.

"TheLimits of Documentary: An Interview with Mary Ellen Mark," Volume 9#1,21-23.

"LiteraryLandscaping: A Symposium on Prairie Landscape, Memory and Tradition,"Lorna Crozier, Patrick Lane, Fred Wah, David Williams, Volume 6#4, 32-38.

"Look BackIn Languor," (interview with architect Dennis Crompton of Archigram), Volume21#2 (#82), 11-12.

"Looker,"(re: Jake Kosciuk), Volume 22#1 (#85), 13-14.

"The Lordof Missed Rules: An Interview with Michael Snow," Volume 26#2 (#102), 22-40.

"TheMaking of a Play Legend: The Manitoba Puppet Theatre and the Legend ofKiviuq," Volume 3#4, 41-46.

"Makingthe Adrenalin Run: Beauty and Terror in the Art of Steve Higgins," Volume6#3, 65-70.

"Makinga World from Scratch: An Interview with Maria Fernanda Cardoso," Volume14#1, 38-47.

"Makingthe Impossible Self: A Symposium on Current Art Practice," (with others)Volume 7#3, 33-35.

"MalcolmMorley: The Principal of Uncertainty," Volume 25#4 (#100), 22-36.

"ManifoldSingularity: An Interview with Roni Horn," Volume 28#2 (#110), 22-37.

"MaterialAnimations: The Amazing World of Ignacio Iturria," Volume 16#2, 18-27.

"TheMaterial Boy and the Femme Fidele: Jeff Koons and Ilona Stoller," Volume10#1, 36-47.

"AMatter of Subdued Passion: An Interview with Jack Shadbolt," Volume 4#1,8-14.

"TheMechanics of Excellence: An Interview with Architectural Designer RonKeenberg," Volume 5#1, 8-17.

"MemoryFeeder, Subjects and Objects in the Art of Diana Thorneycroft,"(interview), Volume 15#3, 22-33.

"TheMetaphor is the Message," (re: Il Postino by Michael Radford and Smoke byPaul Auster) column, Volume 15#2, 9-10.

"Metropolis:The City at the End of Things: A Conversation with Michael Morris and AttilaRichard Lukacs," Volume 10#3, 6-11.

"Michalsthe Archangel," (Interview with photographer Duane Michals), Volume 17#4(#68), 13-28.

"TheMies Generation," (Interviews with architects: Philip Johnson,Chameleoning, 29-30; Harry Seidler, Painting the Practice ofArchitecture,30-31; Phyllis Lambert, A Darker Shade of Mies,32-33; Ron Keenberg,Forum Follows Friction, 33-35; Franz Schulze, Some Kind of Wonderful, 35-36)Volume 18#1 (#69), 26-36.

"TheMiraculous Questions of Looking," (interview with painter David Urban), Volume20#4 (#80), 18-31.

"Misadventuresalong the Nature Trail: An Interview with Walton Ford," Volume 25#1 (#97),22-37.

"Missingand Mastering the Erotic: The Painting of Eric Fischl," Volume 4#4, 82-83.

"AModel Artist, Observations on Art and Play from Kim Adams," Volume 18#1(#69), 16-25.

"TheMonumental Diarist: An Interview with Robert Motherwell, Volume 8#4, 7-17.

"MovingIntimacies: A Conversation with Evelyn Hart," Volume 11#1, 9-17.

"Musingand Marauding: Notes on Some Recent Drawings by Ivan Eyre," Volume 6#4,51-60.

"MuteAbility:Janet Werner Changes the Face of Portraiture," (interview,introduction by Meeka Walsh), Volume 21#3 (#83), 20-30.

"NecessaryAppetites: An Interview with Tony Cragg," Volume 11#3, 45-53.

"TheNecessary Dissenter: An Interview with Carol Bly," Introduction by MeekaWalsh, Volume 9#3, 11-17.

"NewtonianPhysiques: the Photographic World of Helmut Newton," Volume 17#4 (#68),30-41.

"ANickel Cigar for Everybody and a Chicken in Every Bed: An Interview with EstherWarkov," Volume 2#1, 4-15.

"No Thingsbut in Ideas, An interview with Allan McCollum," Volume 20#3 (#79), 24-41.

"NotesTowards Anarchy, An Interview with Louis Andriessen," Volume 15#1, 32-38.

"The Nowof Painting: An Interview with Harold Klunder," Volume 23#3 (#91), 72-81.

"NowYou See It, Now You Don't: The Legendary Art of Christo," Volume 11#1,31-37.

"OddMan Out: An Interview with John Hall," Volume 8#3, 8-19.

"OfClay and Craven I Sing: An Interview with Vic Cicansky," Volume 2#3, 4-11.

"On theOther Side of the Mirror: A Conversation with Nancy Spero," Volume 19#4 (#76),18-33.

"Openingthe Furnace Door: An Interview with Robert Hughes," Volume 8#1, 45-51.

"Overwhelmer:The Art of David Hoffos," Volume 25#3 (#99), 22-37.

"TheOverwhelmer: An Interview with Lisa Yuskavage," Volume 26#3 (#103), 36-48.

"ThePainted Whirred: Ed Ruscha's Spin on Language," Volume 27#2 (#106), 30-47.

"PaintWhisperer," (interview with Cecily Brown), Volume 24#1 (#93), 36-49.

"ThePainter of Things That Never Go Away," (interview: Eric Fischl on MaxBeckmann), Volume 22#3 (#87), 68-77.

"ParticularizingSome General Ideas," (interview with AA Bronson), Volume 23#1 (#89), 28-44.

"ThePerfect Neutralizer: Self-Revelation in the Photography of RobertMapplethorpe," Volume 9#1, 6-7.

"Photography'sFugitive Figure: An interview with Lori Newdick," Volume 23#2 (#90), 58-63.

"Picturingthe Autobiographical War: Nancy Spero's War Series," (interview), Volume 23#1(#89), 50-61.

"PicturingCross-References: The Transformative Art of Wanda Koop, An Interview,"Volume 5#4, 94-104.

"Pleasure Principals: The Art of Janet Cardiff &George Bures Miller," (introduction by Meeka Walsh), Volume 20#2 (#78), 22-35.

"ThePleasure of Looking: The Photography of William Eakin," Volume 24#2 (#94),58-71.

"ThePleasure of Their Company:Steve Martin, April Gornik and Eric Fischl inConversation," Volume 19#3 (#75), 26-46.

"ThePoetics of History: An Interview With Rebecca Belmore," Volume 24#3 (#95),62-69.

"ThePoetry of Knowledge and Flesh: An Interview with George Amabile," (withDennis Cooley), Volume 2#3, 29-32.

"POPCommunicant: An Interview with Tedd Robinson," Volume 3#2, 19-23.

"PopGoes the Tradition: An Interview with Roy Lichtenstein," Volume 13#3,19-29.

"PopeyeGonick and the Filmy Spinach of Sex," Volume 20#1 (#77), 44-54.

"APortrait of our Time: An Interview with Yousuf Karsh," Volume 9#1, 18-20.

"Portraitsof the Artist: Intimate Detachments in the Art of Tim Zuck," Volume 16#2,40-49.

"ThePractical Utopian: The Architecture of Gregory Henriquez," Volume 25#4 (#100),54-65.

"Pressinga Weight Through Life: An Interview with John Pylypchuk," Volume 27#3 (#107),32-46.

"PrettyRibbons: Photographs by Donigan Cumming," Introduction, Volume 10#1,25-33.

"Preyingand Predatoring: The Recent Painting of Suzanne Gauthier," Volume 5#1,18-20.

"the Prideof Influence: A Conversation with David Alexander," Volume 16#3, 54-65.

"QuestioningBodies: A Symposium on Censorship and Representation," Introduction toSymposium featuring Elizabeth Hess, Sally Mann, Edward de Grazia, AllenGinsberg and Jock Sturges, Volume 10#2, 15-26.

"TheRational Extremist: An Interview with Peter Greenaway," Volume 9#4, 76-85.

"RegardingJim Dine : An interview with Robert Enright," (introduction by MeekaWalsh) Volume 12#4, 8-24.

"Researching the Self: an Interview with SuzyLake," Volume 13#1, 10-22.

"Resonant Surgeries: The Collaged World of WangechiMutu," Volume 27#1 (#105), 28-46.

"TheRevolutionary Two-Step: An interview with Barbara Astman," Volume 23#2 (#90),44-50.

"RichardHenriquez: Architect of Radical Memory," Volume 8#4, 76-85.

"Rodinesque,Touching on the Architecture of Desire," (essay), Volume 15#2, 46-49.

"ASearch for Excellence: An Interview with Colin Jackson," Volume 1#2, 5-8.

"SecretSharer: An Interview with Raymonde April," Volume 27 #4 (#108), 58-71.

"TheSeductions of Landscape: A Conversation with April Gornik," Volume 16#3, 18-29.

"TheSensuous Puritan: The Art of Brice Marden," Volume 18#2 (#70), 14-27.

"Sexy Boy:The Art of Cliff Eyland," Volume 22#4 (#88), 54-63.

"TheShameful Reformer," column, Volume 12#4, 5-6

"Simply Deep:An Interview with Pierre Dorion," Volume 23#3 (#91), 92-101.

"Souped-UpEverything: the Art of Eliza Griffiths," Volume 22#4 (#88), 72-79.

"Standingin Between: A Conversation with Metis Writer Emma LaRoque," Volume 4#3,45-46.

"Stereoscopophilia,Body Watching Through the Century," Volume 14#4, 64-72.

"Story-Forming:David Arnason's Addictive Fictional World, An Interview," Volume 4#2,8-10.

"Stuff andBeauty: An Interview with Laura Letinsky," Volume 25#3 (#99), 38-53.

"Styleand Radical Will: An Interview with Susan Sontag," Volume 7#2, 6-9.

"Tellingthe Dancer from the Dancing Building," (re: Royal Winnipeg Ballet), Volume7#2, 50-55.

"Tellingthe Dancer from the Dancing Film: Set Pieces from Dracula: Pages from aVirgin's Diary," (interview with Mark Godden and Guy Maddin), photographs byBruce Monk, Volume 20#4 (#80), 54-65.

"TenderTouches: An Interview with Vija Celmins," (introduction by Meeka Walsh), Volume22#3 (#87), 20-35.

"TheyDon't Make Horseshoe Nails Like They Used To: An Interview with DonProch," Volume 9#2, 6-15.

"ThirdWorld Art: A Symposium on Performance Art," (with others) Volume 6#1,21-24.

"Thisto This, This to This, the Interconnected World of June Leaf" (interview),Volume 17#3 (#67), 12-26.

"Traversingthe Unknown Territory: An Interview with Diana Michener," Volume 18#4 (#72),40-60.

"Truthor Glare, the Formal Deceptions of Taras Polataiko," (interview), Volume15#2, 18-27.

"TheUmholtzian Landscape," Volume 6#2, 33-37.

"Uncoveringour Dream World: An Interview with Robert Kroetsch," (with Dennis Cooley),Volume 1#1, 32-39.

"UneasyPainting: The Ambiguous Art of Shary Boyle," Volume 26#3 (#103), 84-93.

"TheUndiscovered Familiar: The Art of George Condo," Volume 22#2 (#86), 18-34.

"Valko:The Summer of our Discontents," Volume 8#1, 8-15.

"The VeryRich Hours of Carol Wainio," Volume 22#1 (#85), 18-28.

"ViewFinder: The Photography of Geoffrey James," Volume 21#1 (#81), 44-57.

"Vim andVigour: An Interview with Wim Delvoye," Volume 24#4 (#96), 20-35.

"What'sSo Big about Space?: A Conversation with Jim Green," Volume 3#4, 54-55.

"Winnipeg'sBenevolent Godfather: An Interview with Tony Tascona," Volume 3#3, 24-33.

"A Womanfor All Seasons: An Interview with Franćoise Sullivan," Volume 27#2 (#106),48-61.

"Words andPictures: The Arts of Joni Mitchell," Volume 20#1 (#77), 18-31.

"Workingin the Flatland: An Interview with Joe Fafard," Volume 7#1, 10-20.

"WriteSpeaking Mennonites: A Symposium," (with Sandra Birdsell, Di Brandt, RudyWiebe and Patrick Friesen), Volume 5#2, 21-28.

"TheYears of Figuring Dangerously: An Interview with Sheila Butler," Volume4#2, 45-52.

"TheYears of Figuring Restlessly: An Interview with Alex Katz," Volume 21#3(#83), 50-67.

 

columns

 

"5 1/2Minutes," (re: Guy Maddin's The Heart of the World), Volume 20#2 (#78),16-17.

"ArcsPoetica: The Life and Death of Lightning, Act of God, directed by Jennifer Baichwal,"Volume 28#2 (#110), 20-21.

"Arkivist,"(re: Alexander Sokurov's Russian Ark), Volume 22#1 (#85), 16-17.

"Art Deco:The Films of Deco Dawson," Volume 27#3 (#107), 30-31.

"TheAtlantean Journey," (re: 1996 Atlantic Film Festival), Volume 15#4, 10-11.

"Betweenthe Hammer and the Anvil," (re: documentary filmmaker John Paskievich), Volume21#1 (#81), 14-16.

"BlackHouse, Brilliant Film: Forough Farrokhzad's The House is Black," Volume 28#1 (#109), 22-23.

"Bug Eyed:Green Porno, directed by Isabella Rossellini and Jody Shapiro," Volume27#1 (#105), 26-27.

"Carreyon Truman," (re: film The Truman Show, starring Jim Carrey), Volume17#3 (#67), 9.

"Crashand Sperm," (re: movies, Trainspotting by Danny Boyle and Crashby David Cronenberg), Volume 16#1, 9-10.

"DaddyDearest: Isabella Rossellini and Guy Maddin's My Dad Is 100 Years Old,"Volume 24#3 (#95), 18-19.

"Degraded,X-Rated," (re: The Centre of the World by Wayne Wang), Volume 20#3(#79), 18-20.

"Deus ExFilmica: The Films of Robert Frank," Volume 27 #4 (#108), 26-27.

"Die, YouMetal Freak, Die!," (re: Andre The Mechanical Man, Dziga Vertov's Enthusiasm,Shinya Tsukamoto's The Iron Man, Wachowski Brothers' The Matrix),Volume 26#1 (#101), 22-23.

"TheDomesticated Zombie," (re: Andrew Currie's Fido), Volume 26#2 (#102),20-21.

"FancyDancer: Leon Golub 1922-2004," (column by Meeka Walsh and Robert Enright),Volume 23#3 (#91), 20-21.

"A Film onthe Verge of a Murderous Breakdown," (re: Easton Ellis, American Psycho and Mary Harron, I Shot AndyWarhol), Volume19#2 (#74), 10-11.

"FilmingDegree Zero: Oliver Hirschbiegel's Downfall," Volume 24#2 (#94), 18-19.

"FilmyVenice," Volume 14#4, 11-12.

"Fragmentsof Memory," (re: Robert Frank), Volume 21#3 (#83), 18-19.

"GoTell It on the Monster," Volume 14#3, 9.

"GoWest Young Woman," Volume 14#2, 7.

"Halle Berry, Full of Grace," Volume 21#1 (#81), 14-15.

"The Heartof the Matter: Michael Radford's The Merchant of Venice, Volume 24#1 (#93), 16-17.

"HomeMovie: Guy Maddin's The Saddest Music in the World," Volume 23#2 (#90), 16-17.

"HopeFilms Eternal," (re: Antonia's Line, Marlene Gorris), Volume 15#3. 12-13.

"TheIncredible Meanness of Being," (re: Gus Van Sant's Elephant), Volume 22#4 (#88), 18-19.

"IronJerk," (re: David Fincher's Fight Club), Volume 18#4 (#72), 10-11.

"LoveAmong the Ruins: Sick and the Cinema of Transgression," (re: Sickby Bob Flanagan), Volume 17#1, 10-11.

"LynchParty," (re: film, "Lost Highway" by David Lynch), Volume 16#2, 11-12.

"MonkeyBusiness: Peter Jackson's King Kong," Volume 25#1 (#97), 18-19.

"Must WeFilm Sade?" (re: film, "Quills" by Philip Kaufman, Volume 20#1 (#77), 14-15.

"Myth-Breaker:Nathaniel Kahn's My Architect, Volume 23#1 (#89), 18-19.

"Natural Born Pulp Friction," Volume 14#1,11-12.

"NaughtyPining: Canadian Cinema on the Edge," (re: Kissed by Lynne Stopkowich),Volume 16#3, 10-11.

"Playingwith Film: Nightwatching, directed by Peter Greenaway," Volume 27#2(#106), 28-29.

"PrintJuleps: Steven Cantor's Blood Ties and What Remains," Volume 25#3(#99), 20-21.

"PurgatoryLost, Hell Regained," (re: Francis Ford Coppola's Apocalypse Now Redux),Volume 20#4 (#80), 14-16.

"TheReck of History," (re: Hany Abu-Assad's Paradise Now and StevenSpielberg's Munich), Volume 25#2 (#98), 20-22.

"Relyingon the Kindness of Monsters," (re: Felicia's Journey directed by AtomEgoyan), Volume 19#1 (#73), 10-11.

"Renderingsof the Page,"(re: film A Midsummer's Night Dream directed by MichaelHoffman, 18#3 (#71), 12-13.

"ASense of an Ending," (re: film Last Night by Don McKellar), Volume18#1 (#69), 11.

"ServingPrivate Ryan," (re: film Saving Private Ryan by Steven Spielberg),Volume 17#4 (#68), 10.

"She Shotthe Jerrett," (re: film Kid Nerd, directed by Shereen Jerrett), Volume16#4, 12-13.

"The Siegeof Dylangrad," (re: film No Direction Home, by Martin Scorsese), Volume24#4 (#96), 18-19.

"StarOars: Titanic Goes Galactic with the Truth," (film Titanic directed byJames Cameron), Volume 17#2 (#66), 9-10.

"StrykingWhile the Fire is Hot," (film Stryker by Noam Gonick), Volume 23#4(#91), 14-15.

"Tales of Two Cities," (re: film My Winnipeg byGuy Maddin), Volume 26#3 (#103), 34-35.

"The Theatre of Documentary," (film Prisoner InParadise directed by Malcolm Clarke and Stuart Sender), Volume 22#2 (#86),8-10.

"TheThrill of Dumbing Up," (film The Silence of the Lambs directed byJonathan Demme), Volume 19#4 (#76), 14-16.

"Truth,The Elusive Eel," (re: documentary Capturing the Friedmans directed by AndrewJarecki), Volume 22#3 (#87), 18-19.

"Verite,Verite, All is Verite," (re: Peter Wintonick's film, "Cinema Verite: Definingthe Moment"), Volume 19#3 (#75), 14-15.

"TheWoman and the Violin," (re: film The Red Violin directed byFrancois Girard), Volume 18#2 (#70), 10.

"Words toPictures, Pictures to Words," (re: Persepolis directed by MarjaneSatrapi; 300 directed by Zack Snyder; 30 Days of Night directedby David Slade), Volume 26#4 (#104), 24-25.

 

reviews

 

"AiryEverything: A Review of Ivan Eyre, Personal Mythologies: Figurative Paintings,1957-1988," Volume 8#1, 34-35.

"TheAutobiography of a Project," (re: Jim Dine: A Self-Portrait on the Wallsdir. by Nancy Dine), Volume 15#2, 65-67.

"Barnsof Western Canada: An Illustrated Century (by Robert Hainstock)," Volume6#4, 40-41.

"Bushed,"(visual art review re: "Jack Bush: Hymn to the Sun, Early Work"), Volume 17#2(#66), 56-57.

"CombinePainter," (review of "Our World in Time and Space, Kevin Mutch),Volume 12#4, 54-56.

"ContemporaryDancers Canada and the Building of Modern Dance: The Never Again But HopefullyAlways Again Show," Volume 5#2, 34-35.

"Degas'Accustomary Art," Volume 7#4, 39-40.

"DesperatelySeeking Ukrainian: The Recent Painting of Natalka Husar," Volume 5#3,29-30.

"JimDine," (visual art review of "New Tool Paintings"), Volume 22#1 (#85), 61-62.

"EstherWarkov: Paintings and Drawings," Volume 2#4, 44.

"Haroldof Orange (directed by Richard Weise) and It's Hard to Get It Here (directed byNorma Bailey)," Volume 4#3, 29-30.

"InterrogativeBloodlines," (art exhibit review: True Confessions by NatalkaHusar) Volume 11#1, 47.

"LecterHectoring," (film review: Red Dragon), Volume 21#4 (#84), 18-19.

"Leonardo,We Hardly Knew You," (re: Inventing Leonardo by A. Richard Turner),Volume 13#1, 48-50.

"MaestroMargaret," (re:Morning in the Burned House by Margaret Atwood),Volume 14#2, 58-60.

"Mapmaker,Mapmaker, Rend Me a Map," (review of "Cartographies, 14 artists fromLatin American"), Volume 12#2, 42-44.

"NextYear Critical Country: A Review of Trace (edited by BirkSproxton)," Volume 6#1, 39-40.

"PastTense," (re: Nether Art: A Dutch Response to the Nineties), Volume 13#1,43-44.

"PrairieGiants (compiled by Hans Dommasch)," Volume 6#4, 40-41.

"RobertAchtemichuk: Works on Paper," Volume 2#4, 45.

"SheilaButler: Paintings 1986," Volume 6#2, 26-27.

"Tourde Farce," (re: The Nightmare Before Christmas by Tim Burton), Volume14#1, 65-66.

"TheUnbroken Stieglitz Circle," (book reviews: Alfred Stieglitz: Photographs& Writings; PaulStrand: Sixty Years of Photographs by Calvin Tomkins; The Model Wife by Arthur Ollman; Male/Female:105 Photographs),Volume 19#2 (#74), 82-84.

 

borderviews

 

"AccidentorToo," (re: Kristine Moran), Volume 23#3, (#91), 14-15.

"Adventuresin Videoland," (re: The Cave by Beryl Korot, Steve Reich), Volume14#3, 7-8.

"AmazingSpace," (re: M.C.& George Escher), Volume 15#1, 6-7.

"AlfredHitchcock Paints a Photograph," (re: Karin Bubas), Volume 25#3 (#99), 16-17.

"And NowFor Something a Little Different," (re: Site Gallery, "Six Interpretations ofClay: Handmade in Taiwan"), Volume 16#3, 7-8.

"AnimalRites Activist," (re: Bill Burns), Volume 19#1 (#73), 6-7.

"AnomalousArt," (re: Marianna Gartner), Volume 14#1, 4.

"Anti-Portraiture,"(re: Elaine Stocki), Volume 27#1 (#105), 22-23.

"TheApostolic Successful: Robert Duvall Gets Preachy," (re: film, The Apostle),Volume 17#2 (#66), 7-8.

"ArtCraiters," (re: Roger Crait), Volume 27#3 (#107), 26-27.

"TheArchaeology of Wax," (short interview/Borderview re: Mark Karasick), Volume24#1 (#93), 11-12.

"The Artof Beak and Talon," (re: Joe Rosenblatt), Volume 22#3 (#87), 14.

"Art ofEntrenchment," (re: John Kissick), Volume 16#3, 4-5.

"The Artof Free Ranging," (re: Shawna Dempsey & Lori Millan's Lesbian NationalParks and Services Field Guide to North America), Volume 21#4 (#84), 15-16.

"The Artof the Impossiblist," (re: Simon Hughes), Volume 22#1 (#85), 10-11.

"TheArt of Landscape," (re: The Post Colonial Landscape: A BillboardExhibition), Volume 17#4 (#68), 8.

"ArtfulPolitics," (re: Robert Kell), Volume 14#1, 6-7.

"Artifactor,"(re: Adrian Williams), Volume 24#1 (#93), 14.

"TheArtist Who Played in from the Cold," (re: George Swinton), Volume 16#4, 4-5.

"Back toNature's Future," (re: Noam Gonick and Luis Jacob's Wildflowers of Manitoba),Volume 26#2 (#102), 14-15.

"The BearFacts," (re: Marcel Dzama), Volume 22#3 (#87), 11-12.

"BeddyBuys," (re: Mike Hansen), Volume 21#1 (#81), 12.

"Bi-CoastalEclecticism," (re: Daniel Dueck), Volume 24#3 (#95), 16.

"BigAttack Books," (re: Bonnie Marin), Volume 19#2 (#74), 7-8.

"BigAttack Sin," (re: Linda Carreiro), Volume 16#2, 5-6.

"Birder,"(re: Sarah Crawley), Volume 22#4 (#88), 12-13.

"Blanketeering,"(re: Kim Ouellette), Volume 19#2 (#74), 4-5.

"BluePrairie League," (re: Suzanne Gauthier), Volume 15#1, 4-5.

"Bodygraphs,"(re: Don Reichert), Volume 25#3 (#99), 18.

"Bookof the Mouth Club," (re: Leon Rooke, Muffins), Volume 15#1, 5-6.

"BreathTaking," (re: Diane Landry's installation: "L'Ecole D'aviation (FlyingSchool)), Volume 21#1 (#81), 9-10.

"BuddhasIn Plastic Places," (re: Craig Alun Smith), Volume 20#4 (#80), 9-10.

"Buildingthe Unbuilt," (re: Galen Johnson), Volume 28#1 (#109), 18-19.

"ButtonWhole," (re: Michael Adamson), Volume 20#2 (#78), 10-11.

"TheChaotic Stirring of Things," (re: Inge Israel, Rifts in the Visible re:Chaim Soutine), Volume 17#1, 6-7.

"Chefd'Excess," (re: Chris Flodberg), Volume 26#3 (#103), 30-31.

"ChildhoodStories," (re: Erika MacPherson, disobedience), Volume 18#3 (#71),6-7.

"ChristinaKirouac: Art for the Feint-Hearted," Volume 17#2 (#66), 4-5.

"CivilWars," (re: Cornish Library, Cliff Eyland), Volume 15#2,7-8.

"TheClaymaster Cycle," (re: Robert Archambeau), Volume 22#2 (#86), 13-14.

"CloseEncounters of a Painterly Kind," (re: Karel Funk), Volume 22#4 (#88), 11-12.

"Collageof One," (re: Paul Butler), Volume 20#2 (#78), 10-13.

"TheCollectress," (re: Janet Morton), Volume 19#1 (#73), 5-6.

"ColourFeeled Painter," (re: Marie Lannoo), Volume 24#3 (#95), 14-15.

"TheCombinator," (re: John Havelda), Volume 26#4 (#104), 20-21.

"CounterPropagandist," (re: Blair Marten), Volume 23#1 (#89), 12-13.

"CoverMaterial," (re: Ian August), Volume 28#2 (#110), 14-15.

"The Craftof Sculpturing Furniture," (re: Keith Oliver), Volume 25#2 (#98), 14-15.

"CrashCoursing," (re: Michael Benjamin Brown), Volume 28#2 (#110), 16-17.

"Crimes ofFashion," (re: Melanie Pullen), Volume 23#2 (#90), 10-11.

"CrossBorder Crosser," (re: Joep van Lieshout), Volume 15#4, 5-6.

"CryingTime Again," (re: Daniel Barrow), Volume 27#2 (#106), 24-25.

"Cry,Wrack Machomer Would Like a Six-Pac," (re: show by Rick Miller), Volume15#4, 6-7.

"CultivatingYour Own Gardner," (re: Tim Gardner), Volume 19#4 (#76), 8-9.

"TheyCyborgian Comfort Zone," (re: KC Adams), Volume 27#1 (#105), 21-22.

"Dance ofMany Colours," (re: Rubena Sinha), Volume 16#4, 6-7.

"Darkroomer,"(re: Nathalie Daoust), Volume 23#2 (#90), 12-13.

"DavidRedux," (re: Micah Lexier's "David Then & Now), Volume 24#3 (#95), 13-14.

"Davidsand Goliath," (re: Painting Place: The Life and Work of David B. Milneby David Silcox), Volume 16#1, 7-8.

"DearDiarist," (re: Melanie Rocan), Volume 23#4 (91), 11.

"Death ofIrony," (re: AA Bronson), Volume 20#1 (#77), 9-10.

"Demistifier,"(re: Ken Gregory installation), Volume 21#4 (#84), 14-15.

"TheDesiring Dark," (re: Meera Singh), Volume 24#2 (#94), 12-13.

"Detailesque,"(re: Mike Bayne), Volume 28#2 (#110), 18.

"TheDevil's Party," (re: Marc Seguin), Volume 23#1 (#89), 14.

"DioramicallySpeaking," (re: Lisa Stinner), Volume 24#2 (#94), 13-14.

"Dogopomorphism,"(re: Jana Sterbak), Volume 22#2 (#86), 12-13.

"DressMe Up, Dress Me Down," (re: Cathy Daley), Volume 18#2 (#70), 4.

"ElegantStupidities," (re: Kelly Mark), Volume 27#1 (#105), 20-21.

"EmotionalGestures," (re: Karen Azoulay), Volume 23#4 (#91), 9-10.

"EnclosedEncounters of a Strange Kind," (re: Matthew Brown), Volume 24#4 (#96), 14-15.

"EstherScissor-Hands," (re: Esther Warkov), Volume 18#1 (#69), 4-5.

"EyreBorne," (re: Ivan Eyre), Volume 20#1 (#77), 8-9.

"Facesin Your Face," (re: Antoine Tempé), Volume 14#1, 9.

"FacingEcstasy," (re: Helen Sadler), Volume 19#2 (#74), 6-7.

"FastLerner," (re: Marilyn Lerner), Volume 16#2, 6-7.

"FictiveSpaces," (re: Eliza Griffiths), Volume 17#3 (#67), 4.

"AFistful of Angels," (re: Tony Kushner), Volume 15#2, 6-7.

"FlushedTories," (theatre review: A Flush of Tories by Allan Stratton),Volume 10#2, 46.

"FoeRevolutionary," (re: Michale Olito), Volume 15#3, 4-5.

"ForWhom the Ballet Tolls," (re:Miroirs, Mark Godden), Volume 14#3, 5-6.

"ForeGroundings," (re: Billy McCarroll), Volume 21#3 (#83), 12-13.

"TheFormalities of Kitsch," (re: Jason Dunda's Lucky Best Wash), Volume18#2 (#70), 8.

"Freedom'sJust Another Word for Everything Left to Say," (re: Richard Williams), Volume27#2 (#106), 26.

"TheFrench Fusion Legion," (re: Paul Bureau), Volume 22#1 (#85), 11-12.

"The FullRonnie," (re: architect Ron Keenberg), Volume 21#2 (#82), 9-10.

"TheGarden of Bardic Delights," (re: Shakespears in the Ruins, "Love's LabourLost"), Volume 19#3 (#75), 11-12.

"GirlStories," (re: Katie Herzog), Volume 25#2 (#98), 16-17.

"GoFigure," (re: SITE Gallery exhibition, "Figuring the Figure"), Volume 19#3(#75), 8-9.

"TheGovernor of Joy," (re: Leonard Marcoe), Volume 22#2 (#86), 14-15.

"Grinningand Baring It," (re: Zachari Logan), Volume 26#3 (#103), 29-30.

"GrislyBare," (re: film, "The Lost Bundefjord Expedition"), Volume 19#3 (#75), 11.

"Grotesqueries,"(re: Aurel Schmidt), Volume 26#2 (#102), 18.

"TheGunfight at the Kiddie Corral," (re: René Price's Bang Bang, You'reDead), Volume 18#1 (#69), 8.

"HinesSight," (re: Richard Hines), Volume 25#3 (#99), 14-15.

"Hives ofProductivity," (re: Aganetha Dyck), Volume 26#2 (#102), 15-16.

"Holding aMirror Up to Laughter," (re: Shannan Calcutt), Volume 20#3 (#79), 15.

"HumanGenerator," (re: Kristan Horton), Volume 26#1 (#101), 17-18.

"Ideas ofNorth," (re: Diana Thorneycroft), Volume 26#4 (#104), 19-20.

"ImprintMatter," (re: potter Alan Lacovetsky), Volume 21#2 (#82), 8.

"I PaintYou Deeply, Madly, Metaphorically," (re: Bev Pike), Volume 20#2 (#78), 12-13.

"The I'sof the Beholder," (re: Nicolas Baier), Volume 27 #4 (#108), 22-23.

"TheIncredible Awkwardness of Being," (re: Erica Eyres), Volume 23#4 (#91), 12.

"IndiaOn His Mind," (re: Sturla Gunnarson's film Such a Long Journey) Volume 18#2 (#70), 6-7.

"Infinitude,"(re: The Eye Like a Strange Balloon Mounts Towards Infinity, Guy Maddin),Volume 14#2, 5-6.

"InsiderOutsider," (re: Peter Carey), Volume 20#2 (#78), 14.

"Jeme souvenir," (re: Douglas Coupland), Volume 21#3 (#83), 11-12.

"TheLanguage of War," (mini-interview with Wanda Koop), Volume 23#1 (#89), 11-12.

"LivingDolls," (re: Jennie O), Volume 23#2 (#90), 11-12.

"Locatingthe Dislocated," (re: Dislocations), Volume 14#3, 6-7.

"Lock,Stock and Peril," (re: Edouard Lock), Volume 15#2, 5-6.

"TheLord of Missed Rules," (re:Juan Davila), Volume 14#3, 4-5.

"Lost andFound," (re: Sharon Johnson and Lynn Richardson), Volume 17#3 (#67), 8.

"LoveLettrist," (re: Craig Love), Volume 24#4 (#96), 12-13.

"LustreLust," (re: Dean Drever), Volume 23#3, (#91), 16.

"MacLordof the Rings," (re: Rick Miller's "Into the Ring"), Volume 22#1 (#85), 12-13.

"Man ofSteel," (re: Steve Gouthro), Volume 24#1 (#93), 10-11.

"ManyRooms of His Own," (re: Robert Polidori), Volume 27 #4 (#108), 23-24.

"MaskerAid," (re: Patrick Lundeen), Volume 27#2 (#106), 22-23.

"TheMaster of Overload," (re: Dan Kennedy), Volume 19#1 (#73), 8.

"MegaZines," (re: Shawn Kuruneru), Volume 26#4 (#104), 22.

"TheMemory of Skin," (re: Suzy Lake), Volume 18#4 (#72), 4.

"MerryPrankster," (re: Ryan Foerster), Volume 25#3 (#99), 15-16.

"Mini Epics," (re: exhibition of British Columbiapostcards by Peter White organized by Presentation House Gallery), Volume 17#1,5-6.

"MirrorImager," (Q & A w/ Shawna McLeod), Volume 23#4 (91), 9-10.

"Mirror,Mirror in the Hand, Who's Most Reflected in All the Land," (re: photographerDominique Rey's "Mirror Series," Volume 21#1 (#81), 8-9.

"The Missof Sisyphus," (re:painter Will Gorlitz), Volume 21#4 (#84), 12-13.

"MissionStatement," (re: Alexis Kochan's CD, Variances), Volume 16#1, 6-7.

"Mournin'Coming Around," (re: Iris DeMent's CD My Life), Volume 17#4 (#68),5-6.

"MoveableFeats," (re: Doug Taylor), Volume 18#3 (#71), 9-10.

"TheMulit-Layered Animal," (re: Christine Major) Volume 25#1 (#97), 13-14.

"Music'sRune," (re: Frank Kozik), Volume 15#2, 4-5.

"Mutchis More," (re: Kevin Mutch), Volume 17#4 (#68), 4-5.

"TheName Game: Jim Dine Walks Down Memory Lane," Volume 18#2 (#70), 5-6.

"The NewVideo Linguists," (re: Emily Vey Duke & Cooper Battersby), Volume 24#3 (#95),12-13.

"Newman onthe Block," (re: Les Newman), Volume 24#1 (#93), 12-13.

"NightMoves," (re: Mara Korkola), Volume 22#3 (#87), 12-13.

"Nightof the Dancing Dead," (dance review: Giselle performed by the RoyalWinnipeg Ballet), Volume 10#2, 47.

"NouveauWinnipeg," (re: Young Winnipeg Artists [Risa Horowitz, Simon Hughes, JakeKosciuk, Melanie Rocan, Shaun Morin, Veronica Preweda, Roger Crait, Lisa Wood,Dominique Rey, Erika Lincoln] at Plug-In, curated by Cliff Eyland and CarolPhillips), Robert Enright, Volume 22#2 (#86), 15-16.

"NovelGraphics," (re: Christine Redfern), Volume 28#1 (#109), 20.

"ANow and Zen Kind of Guy," (re: Patrick O'Connell), Volume 18#4 (#72), 6-7.

"Obsessionlism,"(re: Other Women by Evelyn Lau), Volume 14#4, 8.

"Oldimentofor Strings," (re: Ronnie Burkett's play, Old Friends), Volume16#1, 5-6.

"Overriverrun,"(re: Under the Whelming Tide: The 1997 Flood of the Red River of the Northcatalogue for exhibition of flood photographs, North Dakota Museum of Art,Museum Director, Laurel Reuter), Volume 17#1, 5-6.

"Owl-Wiseand Otherwise," (re: John Henry Fine Day), Volume 25#1 (#97), 14-15.

"PageTurner," (re: Natalka Husar), Volume 20#4 (#80), 8-9.

"Paintinga Language," (re: Andy Fabo), Volume 17#1, 7-8.

"Panningfor Fictional Gold: Kroetsch Strikes it Rich in the Klondike," (re: The Manfrom the Creeks), Volume 17#2 (#66), 8.

"PaperWait," (re: Paul Robles), Volume 27 #3 (#107), 28.

"PatheticAesthetics," (re: Joanne Bristol), Volume 18#4 (#72), 7-8.

"ThePhilosopher of the Bottom Kitchen Drawer," (re: Chris Dorosz), Volume 19#1(#73), 4-5.

"PieceMaker," (re: Johannes Zits), Volume 22#4 (#88), 14.

"PiecingTogether the Women of Winnipeg," (re: Bonnie Marin), Volume 27#3 (#107), 24-25.

"Planningfor the Unplanned," (re: Jennifer Vosacek), Volume 24#2 (#94), 14-15.

"PleasurableUnease," (re: Melanie Rocan), Volume 26#3 (#103), 28-29.

"ThePoetics of Alchemy: Sea Changes in the Art of Stefan Gec," Volume 17#2 (#66),5-6.

"Portraitof the Artist as Her Subjects," (re: Sophie Jodoin), Volume 24#4 (#96), 13-14.

"Portraitof the Artist as a very Young Man," (re: Deco Dawson "The IncidentalTribulations of Wake Me and My"), Volume 18#3 (#71), 8-9.

"APortrait of the Grandmother as a Young Girl," (re: The Town that FloatedAway by Sandra Birdsell), Volume 16#4, 5-6.

"Portraitsof the Artist as a Young Hero," (re: Perry Thompson), Volume 24#2 (#94), 16.

"Postcardsfrom the Pledge," (re: Sally Davies), Volume 14#1, 8-9.

"Postcardsfrom the Zone," (re: Jeff Nachtigall "Excerpts from conversations withmyself"), Volume 20#4 (#80), 12-13.

"PrairieSurrealism," (re: Ione Thorkelsson's The Unwilling Bestiary),Volume 17#4 (#68), 6-7.

"Pretty,Gross Stuff," (re: Neil Farber), Volume 24#4 (#96), 16.

"ThePuck Stops Here," (re: Convergence curated by Andrew Hunter),Volume 18#1 (#69), 6.

"PunkBuddha," (re: Sylvain Bouthillette), Volume 25#1 (#97), 12-13.

"PurposefulHistory," (re: Stan Douglas), Volume 27 #4 (#108), 20-21.

"Quivers,Tangles and Other Enchantments," (re: Jon Rappleye), Volume 25#1 (#97), 16.

"RankinFile," (re: Matthew Rankin), Volume 28#1 (#109), 17-18.

"RentalProperties," (re: Sky Glabush), Volume 28#1 (#109), 16-17.

"RiddleMe a Director," (re: Turandot, James Robinson), Volume 15#3, 6-7.

"Ritualsof Outrage," (re: Diana Thorneycroft "Monstrance"), Volume 18#4(#72), 5-6.

"TheRoad to Zany-Do," (re: Al Simmons), Volume 15#1, 7-8.

"Romancingthe Revolution," (re: Korda and Figueroa: Cuban Photography Since 1959"),Volume 19#3 (#75), 9-10.

"Room-matesOccupying Aesthetic Space," (re: installation "Stone in a Glass House," byMartha Townsend), Volume 16#2, 7-8.

"RoyalLodging," (re: the Royal Art Lodge), Volume 16#3, 5-6.

"Sands ofTime: The Architectural Glass of Warren Carther," Volume 16#4, 7-8.

"Seeingthe World through Robot-Coloured Glasses," (re: Jordan Van Sewell, TheJester's Realm), Volume 19#4 (#76), 11-12.

"SensationalInstabilities," (re: Martin Golland), Volume 25#2 (#98), 15-16.

"Shadow-Caster,"(re: Richard Ford's Independence Day and A Multitude of Sins),Volume 20#4 (#80), 11.

"Shaken UpAll Over," (re: Jonathan Forrest), Volume 23#3, (#91), 13-14.

"Sigismondi'sMundi," (re: Floria Sigismondi), Volume 20#3 (#79), 12-13.

"Simon'sWorld," (re: Simon Hughes), Volume 26#1 (#101), 20.

"SiteRequiem," (re: Susanna Heller), Volume 23#1 (#89), 10-11.

"SkinDeep," (re: Birgitte Philippides), Volume 23#2 (#90), 14.ź

"SkirtingIssues," (re: Amy Cutler), Volume 21#4 (#84), 13-14.

"Soundingthe Depths of the See," (re: Mary Lucier's Floodsongs), Volume 18#1(#69), 7.

"Soundscaper,"(re: Michael Waterman), Volume 26#1 (#101), 18-19.

"SpaceInvaders," (re: Shawna Dempsey, Lorri Millan), Volume 14#4, 6-8.

"A Stichin Time is Sublime," (re: Takashi Iwasaki), Volume 27#3 (#107), 25-26.

"Spread inHoof and Claw," (re: sculptor Lynn Richardson), Volume 21#1 (#81), 11.

"StickFiguring," (re: Lisa Kakoske), Volume 20#3 (#79), 16.

"St.Norbert Notables," (re: SNACC), Volume 15#3, 5-6.

"StrangePervader," (re: animator Cordell Barker), Volume 21#2 (#82), 10-11.

"SubversionX2," (re: The New Icelanders, The Dragon and the Dry GoodsPrincess, David Arnason), Volume 14#2, 5.

"SurrealismDegree Zero," (re: Krisjanis Kaktins-Gorsline), Volume 25#2 (#98), 18.

"Takingthe Eye for a Walk," (re: Kim Moodie), Volume 21#3 (#83), 14.

"TalentedSynthesizer," (re: Daniel Barrow), Volume 20#3 (#79), 14.

"TangentiallyYours," (re: Raymond Pettibon), Volume 22#3 (#87), 10-11.

"TexturalPaintings," (re: Sasha Pierce), Volume 27#1 (#105), 24.

"ThatAwful, Beautiful Terror," (re: film The Gypsies of Svinia by JohnPaskievich), Volume 18#1 (#69), 4-5.

"TheTheatre of Painting," (re: Dil Hildebrand), Volume 26#3 (#103), 31-32.

"Traditionand the Individual Talent," (re: Howard Lonn), Volume 23#3, (#91), 12-13.

"Turningand Turning in the Widening Stare," (re: Ann Smith), Volume 14#1, 5.

"Turningand Turning on His Dizzying Gyres," (re: Mowry Baden), Volume 26#1 (#101),16-17.

"Uncoveringthe Many Faces of Iran," (re: Sanaz Mazinani), Volume 27 #4 (#108), 21-22.

"UnnaturalGrace," (re: Bill Buffery and Gill Nathanson Messing with Medea),Volume 18#3 (#71), 7-8.

"Unsettlerof the Marsh," (re: Jake Moore), Volume 19#2 (#74), 5-6.

"UnstillLife," (re: Aliana Au), Volume 14#1, 7.

"UntotalExposure," (re: Charmaine Wheatley), Volume 20#1 (#77), 11-12.

"UtopianDreamer," (re: Wayne Baerwaldt/5th Biennale de Montreal), Volume26#2 (#102), 16-17.

"VisualPleasures," (re: Leone and Macdonald), Volume 15#3, 7-8.

"Walk onthe Wild Side," (re: Sheila Spence), Volume 17#3 (#67), 6-7.

"WallpaperWeight," (re: Sadko Hadzihasanovic), Volume 22#4 (#88), 10-11.

"TheWaxman Painteth," (re: Sakis), Volume 21#3 (#83), 10-11.

"Wayne'sWorld," (re: Wayne Baerwaldt, Venice Biennale), Volume 19#4 (#76), 9-10.

"Weightingfor Godot," (re: Beckettfest, Samuel Beckett), Volume 20#1 (#77), 10-11.

"What toDo with an Asterisk?," (re: Victoria Cheung), Volume 27#2 (#106), 23-24.

"The Womanof Many Turns," (re: Rick Chafe's The Odyssey), Volume 19#4 (#76) 10-11.

"The Worldof Comics According to Seth," (re: Seth (Gregory Seth Gallant)), Volume 26#4(#104), 18-19.

"WorkerBe," ("She Works Hard" exhibition at the WAG, curated by Mary Reid andfeaturing artwork by Suzy Lake, Ken Lum and Bill Brandt among others), Volume28#2 (#110), 15-16.

 

Editorials

 

"AboutJourneymen and Map-Makers," Volume 1#1, 2.

"All'sQuiet on the Western Canadian Front," Volume 2#4, 3.

"TheAppropriateness of Appropriation," Volume 11#2, 5.

"TheArt of Trivial Pursuits," Volume 2#3, 3.

"Avoidingthe Snake in the Garden: The Canada/Manitoba Agreement on Communications andCultural Enterprises," Volume 3#3, 7.

"BoysWill be Men," Volume 11#3, 3.

"TheBureaucratic Two-Step," Volume 7#3, 5.

"Criticismand Manitoba Culture," Volume 2#1, 3.

"ACultural Fairy Tale: 'Dr. Strangelove, or How I'm Learning to Stop Worrying andLove the Department of Communications,'" Volume 4#1, 5.

"Disturbingthe Universe," Volume 12#1, 3.

"Exileis in our Time Like Blood," Volume 7#4, 4.

"Fearand Menacing on the Theatrical Trail," Volume 11#1, 5.

"FiduciousSays He Who Tax Reading, Will Sit on Reader's Attacks," Volume 6#2, 4.

"TheFine Art of Border Crossing," Volume 4#4, 9.

"TheFuture of the Winnipeg Art Gallery: or 'How Not To Be Board to Death,'"Volume 2#2, 3.

"Homeis Where the Art Is," Volume 5#1, 7.

:HystericalFree Trade: The Last Laugh," Volume 5#2, 5.

"IStruck the Board and Cried, 'Lots More, I've Willed a Way'," Volume 6#1,5.

"TheLanguage-Makers: Aboriginal Artists in the Year of Discovery," Volume11#3, 3.

"MarshaWhiddon: 1954-1988, All the Things that Seem Basic to Living," Volume 7#2,5.

"MatterBecoming Spirit: Notes on Robert Shaw, Worship and the Arts," Volume 4#2,7.

"Ministeringto the Artist," Volume 5#3, 5.

"Mother-May-I:Fear and Growing on the Cultural Trail," Volume 6#3, 7-8.

"MulticulturalFutures," Volume 5#4, 7.

"MyMemories of Lill," Volume 8#1, 5.

"Neuroticsand Erotics: Planting the Seeds of Prairie Culture," Volume 6#4, 5 &19.

"PresenceMakes the Art Grow Fonder: Winnipeg's Art Spaces," Volume 3#2, 7.

"OfRebellions and the Mags I Sing," Volume 4#3, 7.

"Ruminationson an Archaeology of Loss," Volume 7#1, 4.

"Ruminationson Cultural Development," Volume 3#1, 5.

"SatanicProse," Volume 8#2, 5.

"SomeObservations on Regionalism," Volume 1#2, 2.

"TalkingSticks: Invitations to Speak about the North," Volume 3#4, 11.

"TheTurning Point: A Crisis in the Arts?" Volume 1#3&4, 5.

"SomeLike It Edgy Carmen and Outsider Love," Volume 8#3, 4-5.

"Singingthe Song of Myself," Volume 8#4, 4-5.

"IFlash Therefore I Am," Volue 9#1, 5.

"TheUnbearable Darkness of Being," Volume 9#2, 5.

"Artrage:The Pleasures of Censorship," Volume 9#3, 5.

"Inthe Heart of the Heart of Love," Volume 9#4, 5.

"DressingUp, Dressing Down," Volume 10#1, 5.

"Seersand Seeing," Volume 10#2, 5.

"TheBorders of Memory," Volume 10#3, 5.

"TheLovely Treachery of Technology," Volume 10#4, 4-5.

 

portfolios

 

"Campas Kitsch Can: Photographs by Jeff Speed," Volume 11#3, 30-32.

"TheCompelling Eye: The Shanghai Photographs of Sam Tata," Volume 10#2,48-55.

"FamilyAlbum: Photographs by Larry Glawson," Volume 3#2, 41-45.

"Heads:Portraits by Debra Mosher," Volume 3#1, 18-23.

"IndescribableLightness of Being Photographed: Ernie Kroeger's Broadview Road Project,"Volume 7#1, 54-61.

"PeaceDirectives: A Portfolio of Photographs by Bruce Hanks," Volume 5#2, 23-28.

"ThePromise of Empty Signs: A Photographic Portfolio by Peter Tittenberger,"Volume 2#3, 16-23.

"Sweetand Sour: Chinese Restaurants in Rural Manitoba, a Portfolio by WilliamEakin," (introduction), Volume 5#4, 39-45.

"Touchingthe Self: Diana Thorneycroft Pura Recent Photographs," Volume 9#4, 68-75.

"Ungava:Photographs from Arctic Quebec by Joanne Jackson Johnson*," Volume 3#4,56-61.

"WarGames: the Photographs of Bruce Barr," Volume 5#3, 37-45.

 

Epp,Eduard

 

column

 

"Chaisingthe Radical Middle," (re: architecture), Volume 18#1 (#69), 10.

 

Epp,Edward

 

diary

 

"ACanuck in the Chinese Wilderness of People," Volume 15#3, 72-77.

 

Epp,Robert

 

about

 

"WilliamEakin/Robert Epp and Rosalie Favell," (visual arts review by Cliff Eyland),Volume 21#4 (#84), 67-68.

 

review

 

"2008Biennale of Sydney, "Revolutions-Forms that Turn," (visual arts review,featuring the artwork of Janet Cardiff & George Bures Miller, MichaelRakowitz, William Kentridge, Geoffrey Farmer & Mike Parr), Volume 27 #4(#108), 97-99.

 

Epperson,Brian

 

"WorldOrchestras: A Three-Way Conversation," Volume 3#2, 33-35.

 

Erdrich,Lousie

 

about

 

"LoveMedicine: A Review," Wayne Tefs, Volume 4#4, 65.

"OriginalFire: Selected and New Poems by Louise Erdrich," (book review by CharleneDiehl-Jones), Volume 23#1 (#89), 97-98

 

 

Escher,George

 

about

 

"AmazingSpace," Robert Enright, Volume 15#1, 6-7.

 

Escher,M.C.

 

about

 

"AmazingSpace," Robert Enright, Volume 15#1, 6-7.

 

Evans,Gary

 

about

 

"LandscapingIt New," Gary Michael Dault, (visual art review: Gary Evans: NewPaintings and Works on Paper), 70-72.

 

 

Everett-Green,Robert

 

reviews

 

"BodyShock," (book review: Vile Bodies: Photography and the Crisis of Looking)Volume 17#3 (#67), 73-74.

"PhotoOpportunities," (photography review: "Transition, Memory and Loss: A Symposiumon Contemporary Photography" featuring Evgeny Berrezner, Angela Grauerholz,Thaddeus Holownia, Diana Thorneycroft, Chris Townsend), Volume 17#2 (#66),70-71.

 

Evergon

 

about

 

"Auradynamics:The Task of the Spectator in the New Era of the Aura," visual art review byMartha Langford, (re: "Confluences" at CMCP and "Manufactured Landscapes" atthe National Gallery of Canada), Volume 22#2 (#86), 56-65.

 

Ewing,William A.

 

about

 

"Singingthe Body Eclectic," Robin Laurence, (re: The Body: Photographs of theHuman Form by William A. Ewing and The Body/Le Corps: ContemporaryCandian Art by Hans-Michael Herzog), Volume 14#2, 62-65.

 

Exile

 

See theSpecial Issue on the Exiled Imagination, Volume 7#4.

 

Eyland, Cliff

 

about

 

"Big AppleBibliolatry," Robert McGee, (visual art review: File Card Works Hidden inBooks), Volume 17#1, 60.

"CivilWars," Robert Enright, (borderview: Cornish Library), Volume 15#2, 7-8.

"GeraldFerguson: Recent Paintings," (visual arts review), Volume 21#2 (#82), 76-77.

"NouveauWinnipeg," (re: Young Winnipeg Artists [Risa Horowitz, Simon Hughes, JakeKosciuk, Melanie Rocan, Shaun Morin, Veronica Preweda, Roger Crait, Lisa Wood,Dominique Rey, Erika Lincoln] at Plug-In, curated by Cliff Eyland and CarolPhillips), Robert Enright, Volume 22#2 (#86), 15-16.

 

"Untitled,"art pages, Volume 20#1 (#77), 41-43.

 

articles

 

"Newingthe Old: The Art of Tim Gardner and Karel Funk," Volume 27#3 (#107), 132-141.

 

columns

 

"TheUnpeaceable Kingdom," (re: wildlife art), Volume 16#1, 11-12.

 

interviews

 

"Sexy Boy:The Art of Cliff Eyland," (interview with Robert Enright), Volume 22#4 (#88),54-63.

 

reviews

 

"26/Two-Sicks/Too-Six...",(article re 26: Fred Thomas, Ian August, DJ Brace, Cyrus Smith, Melanie Rocan,Shaun Morin, David Wityk), Volume 23#4 (#91), 16-27.

"KC Adams,"(visual art review), Volume 24#2 (#94), 101-102.

"JosephAlbers," (architecture review), Volume 24#1 (#93), 92-94.

"Architexture:The Paintings of Eleanor Bond," (visual art), Volume 19#4 (#76), 70-71.

"MelanieAuthier," (visual art review re: "Karma Kanyon"), Volume 26#3 (#103), 140-141.

"Catchas Paint Can," (re: Richard Brown, The Manitoba Studio Series), Volume15#1, 56-58.

"IvanEyre," (visual art review), Volume 24#3 (#95), 98-99.

"FaceValue," (photography review: Not What We Are: An Archive of Identitiesby Susan Turner), Volume 16#3, 66-67.

"Featof Clay," (re: Eva Stubbs, Multiples), Volume 15#1, 55-56.

"FunerianSpirit," (visual art review: "Reading Room" by Betty Spackman and AnjaWesterfrölke), Volume 16#3, 72-73.

"RichardHolden," (visual art review), Volume 23#2 (#90), 92-93.

"Industrialisme,"(visual art review: ReCurrentworks by Mary Joyce, with soundinstallation by Gerhard Ginader), Volume 15#4, 64-65.

"GermaineKoh," (visual art review: "Around About"), Volume 21#1 (#81), 81-83.

"Long JohnPrinter," (visual art review: Essential Journeys by E.J. (Ted) Howorth),Volume 17#1, 53-54.

"NatalijaSubotincic," (visual ar review), Volume 27#3 (#107),200-201.

"Officialdumbing,"(visual art review: Rielism), Volume 20#2 (#78), 122-123.

"PaintingAway," (visual art review: The Painters' Newfoundland, Pouch CoveFoundation, James Baird Gallery), Volume 17#3 (#67), 65-66

"ParadigmLost: Icelandic Art in Halifax," Volume 19#4 (#76), 73-74

"PrairieHedonism," (drawing review: "The Nude Block Party: Drawings by RichardWilliams"), Volume 19#3 (#75), 88-89.

"Romancingthe Edge," (visual art review: Kelly Clark), Volume 17#4 (#68), 79-80.

"SarahAnne Johnson and Shaan Syed," (visual art review), Volume 25#3 (#99), 117-118.

"SeeChange," (visual art review: Diane Whitehouse, Points of Departure),Volume 19#1 (#73), 62-63.

"TheShanghai Shuffle," (visual art review: Looking In/ Looking Out), Volume18#2 (#70), 56-57.

"DerekSullivan," (visual art review), Volume 27#2 (#106), 107-109.

"WilliamEakin/Robert Epp and Rosalie Favell," (visual arts review), Volume 21#4 (#84),67-68.

"WilliamPura," visual arts review, Volume 22#1 (#85), 74-75.

 

portfolio

 

"TheWinnipeg AlphaBestiary: The Many and the Marvelous," (X), Volume 25#1 (#97),52-88.

 

Eyre,Ivan

 

"Leadingthe Imagination: An Interview with Ivan Eyre," (with Gary Siemens) Volume1#3&4, 58-62.

"OutsideInside, The Self-Portrait Drawings of Ivan Eyre," introduction by MeekaWalsh, Volume 8#4, 64-68.

 

about

 

"AiryEverything: A Review of Ivan Eyre, Personal Mythologies," Robert Enright,Volume 8#1, 34-35.

"TheEmpty Chair: Figure and Landscape in the Work of Ivan Eyre," TerrenceHeath, Volume 6#4, 61-66.

"EyreBorne," borderview by Robert Enright, Volume 20#1 (#77), 8-9.

"IvanEyre," (visual art review by Cliff Eyland), Volume 24#3 (#95), 98-99.

"IvanEyre," (visual art review by Terrence Heath), Volume 22#3 (#87), 81-83.

"IvanEyre: A Review (book by George Woodcock)," Peter Millard, Volume 2#4,37-38.

"IvanEyre: The Loneliness of a Long Distance Painter," Arthur Adamson, Volume2#1, 26-33.

"Musingand Marauding: Notes on Some Recent Drawings by Ivan Eyre," RobertEnright, Volume 6#4, 51-60.

 

Eyre,Janieta

 

about

 

"Auradynamics:The Task of the Spectator in the New Era of the Aura," visual art review byMartha Langford, (re: "Confluences" at CMCP and "Manufactured Landscapes" atthe National Gallery of Canada), Volume 22#2 (#86), 56-65.

 

Eyre,Yvonne

 

"AnnSmith, The Fantast," Volume 1#1, 12-14.

 

Eyres,Erica

 

about

 

"TheIncredible Awkwardness of Being," (Borderview by Robert Enright), Volume 23#4(#91), 12.

 

artistpages

 

2004, Stephanie, ballpoint pen on paper, Jodie, pencil crayon on paper, Bertie, pencil crayon on paper. All 21.3x 30cm. Volume 23#4 (#92), 77-79.

 

portfolio

 

"TheWinnipeg AlphaBestiary: The Many and the Marvelous," (D), Volume 25#1 (#97),52-88.

 

Ezawa, Kota about

 

"Kota Ezawa," Christopher Olson (visualart review re: "The History of History"), Volume 26#3 (#103), 138-140. Fabo, Andy

 

about

 

"Paintinga Language," Robert Enright, (borderview), Volume 17#1, 7-8.

 

Fafard,Joe

 

about

 

"TheAccessible Innovator," Terrence Heath, (visual art review: FźteChampźtre: Recent Patinated Bronze Sculpture), Volume 9#3, 25-26.

"Figuresof Mettle and Feats of Clay," Interview with Robert Enright, Volume 16#1,20-29.

"HorseAgainst the Grain: The Fafard Field Project," (Introduction by Meeka Walsh),Volume 16#3, 39-43.

"JoeFafard and Friends," Mary Sprague, Volume 1#2, 26-28.

"Workingin the Flatland: An Interview with Joe Fafard," Robert Enright,  Volume 7#1, 10-20.

 

Falk,Gathie

 

about

 

"An Applea Day Keeps the Critics at Bay," James-Jason Lee, (visual art review: "GathieFalk"), Volume 19#3 (#75), 80-82.

"GathieFalk," (visual art review of "Shirting" by Robin Laurence), Volume 22#2 (#86),78-79.

"The ThingIn the Head That's There: A Conversation with Gathie Falk," Volume 12#2, 12-23.

 

Falvey,Emily

 

reviews

 

"Michael Snow," (visual art review of "Corpus Callosum"),Volume 22#3 (#87), 100-101.

"Natteringrampage: an installation," (a visual arts review, featuring artists CindyDeachman and Deborah Margo), Volume 21#1 (#81), 80-81.

 

Fan DiAn

 

"Limitationand Opportunity, Chinese Avant-Garde Practice," Volume 12#4, 25-28.

 

Farber,Neil

 

about

 

"TheArful Lodger," Robert McGee (visual art review: Poppo Present. . .Drawings by Neil Farber), Volume 18#1 (#69), 59-60.

"Pretty,Gross Stuff," (Borderview by Robert Enright), Volume 24#4 (#96), 16.

"Winnipegon the Hudson," by James Trainor, (re: The Royal Art Lodge—Michael Dumontier,Hollie Dzama, Marcel Dzama, Neil Farber, Drue and Myles Langlois—Jon Pylypchukand Tim Gardner in NYC), Volume 22#3 (#87), 36-47.

 

artpages

 

Volume 24#4 (#96), 75-77.

 

portfolio

 

"The Winnipeg AlphaBestiary: The Many and the Marvelous,"(S), Volume 25#1 (#97), 52-88.

 

Farmer,Geoffrey

 

about

 

"QuasiModels: Thising and Thating in the World of Geoffrey Farmer," article by LeeHenderson, Volume 27#2 (#106), 62-68.

 

Farrokhzad,Forough

 

about

 

"BlackHouse, Brilliant Film: Forough Farrokhzad's The House is Black," (column by Robert Enright), Volume 28#1 (#109), 22-23.

 

Fassbinder,Reiner Werner

 

about

 

"Fassbinder:Berlin Alexanderplatz," Rosemary Heather (visual art review), Volume 26#3(#103), 137-138.

 

FASTWURMS

 

Interview

 

"Crafting,Every Witch Way," an interview with Robert Enright, Volume 25#1 (#97), 40-51.

 

Favell,Rosalie

 

about

 

"WilliamEakin/Robert Epp and Rosalie Favell," (visual arts review by Cliff Eyland),Volume 21#4 (#84), 67-68.

 

Favro,Murray

 

about

 

"GuitarMan: The Instrumental Art of Murray Favro," Robert Enright, Volume 10#4,25-27.

"ReverieTrack," Gary Michael Dault, Volume 15#3, 38-39.

 

Feldman,Susan

 

"VoyageThrough Two Worlds: The Sculpture of Bill Reid," (adaptation CBC radiodocumentary) Volume 11#4, 34-39.

 

Fellini,Frederico

 

about

 

"Fellini'sCasanova: A Mechanical Child," Frank Burke, Volume 1#2, 47.

 

Fenton,Terry

 

reviews

 

"John Adams Griefen," (visual art review), Volume 23#3(#91), 117-119.

"Qu'Appelle:Talesof Two Valleys," visual art review, Volume 21#4 (#84), 78-82.

 

Ferguson,Bruce

 

"CameraReady, Snapshots of Eric Fischl," Volume 8#4, 70-75.

"Conservatismand Experimentation in Saskatchewan Art: An Interview with BruceFerguson," (with Robert Enright) Volume 2#1, 60-63.

"Makingthe Impossible Self: A Symposium on Current Art Practice," (with others)Volume 7#3, 33-35.

 

reviews

 

"MarshallMcLuhan: Values at the Speed of Type, The Letters of Marshall McLuhan (editedby Matie Molinaro, Corrine McLuhan, William Toye)," Volume 7#4, 48-49.

 

about

 

"Thinkingabout Thinking about Exhibitions," Petra Watson, (book review: Thinkingabout Exhibitions edited by Reesa Greenburg, Bruce Ferguson and SandyNairne), Volume 16#1, 50-52.

 

Ferguson,Gerald

 

About

 

"GeraldFerguson," Jeffrey Spalding (visual art review re: "Frottage Work 1994-2006,""Ash Can Paintings 2006," and "Door Mat Paintings"), Volume 26#3 (#103),149-151.

"GeraldFerguson: Recent Paintings," (visual arts review by Cliff Eyland), Volume 21#2(#82), 76-77.

"GoneFishing," Gil McElroy, (review: Gerald Ferguson: Compositions 1989-1994),Volume 15#1, 64-65.

 

Ferguson,Gordon

 

about

 

"TheAlberta Biennial of Contemporary Art 2002," (visual art review by DavidGarneau), Volume 21#4 (#84), 76-78.

 

Ferland,Marcien

 

about

 

"LesBatteux: A Review," Louise Scatliff and Denise Brown, Volume 3#1, 41-42.

 

Fernandes,Brendan

 

about

 

"BrendanFernandes," visual art review by Portia Priegert, Volume 27#2 (#106), 100-102.

 

Fetherling,Douglas

 

about

 

"AntagonistRex," Myrna Kostash, (review: Travels By Night: A Memoir of theSixties), Volume 13#3, 67-70.

"Song-lines,"Patrick Friesen, (book review: Some Day Soon: Essays on Canadian Songwritersby Douglas Fetherling and Alias Bob Dylan by Stephen Scobie) Volume10#4, 44-46.

 

Figueroa,Eugenio Valdés

 

about

 

"TerritorialDeclaratives," Robin Laurence, (visual art review: New Art from Cuba:Utopian Territories curated by Juan Antonio Nolina, Eugenio ValdésFigueroa, Keith Wallace and Scott Watson), Volume 16#2, 51-53.

 

Figueroa,Jose A.

 

about

 

"Romancingthe Revolution," Robert Enright, (borderview re: Korda and Figueroa: CubanPhotography Since 1959"), Volume 19#3 (#75), 9-10.

 

Film

 

about

 

"TheGood, the Bad and the Gory: Film-Making in Manitoba," K. George Godwin,Volume 8#2, 7-10.

"TheInvention of a Cultural Industry: ERDA and Filmmaking in Manitoba," RobertNewman, IV, 1, 41-42.

 

Filteau,Louise

 

reviews

 

"LeRideau se Leve au Manitoba (book by Annette Saint-Pierre)," Volume 2#1,49-50.

 

Findlay,Len

 

reviews

 

"AllThat Has Value, Eating up the Americas," (re:Ron Benner: All That HasValue), Volume 14#3, 32-35.

"DangerousElisions," (re: Currents '93: Dress Codes and The Other Side by NanGoldin) Volume 12#4, 52-54.

"Figuringthe Bleeding Heart," (re: Bleeding Heart exhibition) Volume 11#4, 68-70.

"FramingComplications," (visual art review: Plain Truth, an Exhibition ofPrairie Photographers and Filmmakers 1858-1950), Volume 17#4 (#68), 74-77.

"Rumoursof Our Breath," (re: Corpus I & II) Volume 12#3, 50-53.

"Symposium:Rethinking Exhibitions," (symposium review), Volume 23#3 (#91), 131-133.

 

Findley,Timothy

 

about

 

"TheHeart of Novelness," by Neil Besner, (re: Headhunter & The StillbornLover), Volume 12#4, 59-62.

 

FineDay, John Henry

 

About

 

"Owl-Wiseand Otherwise," (Borderview by Robert Enright), Volume 25#1 (#97), 14-15.

 

Finn,Chris

 

about

 

"Artist'sProfile: Chris Finn, The Politics of Print-making," Kenneth Hughes, Volume2#1, 52-57.

 

Fischer,Jennifer

 

about

 

"Technologiesof Intuition, edited by Jennifer Fischer," Leah Sandals (book review),Volume 26#2 (#102), 111-112.

 

Fischl,Eric

 

interview

 

"CoreIntimacies, Eric Fischl on the Art of Pierre Bonnard," Robert Enright,Volume 17#3 (#67), 55-61.

"Fischlabout Fischl," Eric Fischl, Volume 4#4, 84-86.

"Indiain My Imagination," Volume 8#4, 69.

"ThePainter of Things That Never Go Away," (interview by Robert Enright: EricFischl on Max Beckmann), Volume 22#3 (#87), 68-77.

"ThePleasure of Their Company: Steve Martin, April Gornik and Eric Fischl inConversation," Interview with Robert Enright, Volume 19#3 (#75), 26-46.

 

about

 

"CameraReady, Snapshots of Eric Fischl," Bruce Ferguson, Volume 8#4, 70-75.

"Missingand Mastering the Erotic: The Painting of Eric Fischl," Robert Enright,Volume 4#4, 82-83.

 

Fischlin,Daniel

 

articles

 

"EduardoGaleano Dissonant History and the Carnival of Desire and Loss, Volume 13#4,49-51

 

reviews

 

"Cybertheatre,Forum of Resistance," (re: The City and Memory by Tony Dove and MichaelMackenzie) with Andrew Taylor, Volume 12#4, 49-51.

"LivingCartography," (re:South of the Border), Volume 13#3, 64-66

"PsychicContagion," (re: Walking Words by Eduardo Galeano), Volume 14#4,82-84.

 

Fisk,Rebecca

 

About

 

"BlackBody: Race, Resistance, Response," (visual arts review by Sarah Hollenberg ofexhibition featuring: Lucie Chan, Crystal Clements, Rebecca Fisk, BusejeBailey, Michael Chambers and Gomo George), Volume 20#4 (#80), 76-77.

 

Fitzgerald,Lionel Lemoyne

 

about

 

"FitzGeraldas Print-maker: A Review," Peter Millard, Volume 2#1, 50-51.

"TheFitzgerald Study Centre," Helen Coy, Volume 1#2, 29.

"ModernistProbes: A Review of In Seclusion with Nature," Ron Frohwerk, Volume 8#1,36-37.

 

Fitzpatrick,Andrea D.

 

reviews

 

"BombAfter Bomb: A Violent Cartography by elin o'Hara slavick," (book review),Volume 26#4 (#104), 107-108.

 

articles

 

"TheSilent Dialogue: Portraits by Suzanne Opton," Volume 25#4 (#100), 38-45.

 

Flanagan,Thomas

 

about

 

"TheDiaries of Louis Riel," S.G. Buri, (book review), Volume 1#1, 55.

 

Flodberg,Chris

 

about

 

"Chefd'Excess," Robert Enright, (borderview), Volume 26#3 (#103), 30-31.

 

Flood,Alexandra

 

about

 

"GuiltlessPleasures," Lianne McTavish, (visual art review: Gem Hour), Volume 19#3 (#75), 77-78.

 

Flynn,George

 

"Notesfrom Chicago: An Interview with New Music Composer George Flynn," (withBill Pura and Blakeman Welch) Volume 5#1, 36.

 

Flynn,Robert

 

"Rebelwith a Number of Causes: A Monologue with Robert Flynn," Volume 5#1,48-50.

 

Foerster,Ryan

 

about

 

"MerryPrankster," (borderview by Robert Enright), Volume 25#3 (#99), 15-16.

 

 

FolleAvoine

 

about

 

"FolleAvoine's Au Rythme du Courant: A Review," Laurel Howard, Volume 5#1, 33.

 

Foote,L.B.

 

about

 

"TheBest Possible Face: L.B. Foote's Winnipeg, A Review (compiled by Doug Smith andMicahel Olito)," Andy Blicq, Volume 5#1, 33-34.

 

portfolios

 

"TheStillness at the Eye's Centre: A Portfolio of Photographs by L.B. Foote,"introduction by Meeka Walsh, Volume 5#1, 21-28.

 

Foo,Khai

 

about

 

"VacantTerrain," Christopher Brayshaw (visual art review: Dick Averns's LuxuryAvenue and Khai Foo's Still), Volume 18#1 (#69), 62-63.

 

Ford,Richard

 

"Shadow-Caster,"an interview with Robert Enright, (re: Independence Day and AMultitude of Sins), Volume 20#4 (#80), 11.

 

Ford, Walton

 

Interview

 

"Misadventuresalon the Nature Trail," an interview with Robert Enright, Volume 25#1 (#97),22-37.

 Forrest, Jonathan

 

about

 

"Shaken UpAll Over," (Borderview by Robert Enright), Volume 23#3 (#91), 13-14.

 

Forrester,Maureen

 

about

 

"Joan& Maureen and Cav & Pag," John Eliot (Clark), Volume 1#1, 43.

 

Forzley,Richard

 

"Tellingthe Dancer from the Dance: Rachel Browne and Contemporary Dancers Canada,"Volume 4#4, 30-33.

 

Foster,Stephen

 

about

 

"StephenFoster and James Gillespie," Portia Priegert, (visual art review re:"Re-Mediations"), Volume 26#2 (#102), 101-102.

 

Foulds,Don

 

about

 

"ModernistSculpture on the Prairies: A Critical Appraisal," Liz Wylie, Volume 3#3,10-16.

 

Foy,David

 

about

 

"Two-Brainer,"Robert Enright (borderview: Dave & Jenn), Volume 25#4 (#100), 15-16.

 

Frank,Robert

 

about

 

"Deus ExFilmica: The Films of Robert Frank," Robert Enright, (column), Volume 27 #4(#108), 26-27.

"Fragmentsof Memory," Robert Enright, (column), Volume 21#3 (#83), 18-19.

"FrankSpeaking: An Interview with Robert Frank," Robert Enright, Volume 16#4 (#64),14-33.

"MabouBlues," Robert McGee, (photography review: Robert Frank: View from the CanadianSide), Volume 18#3 (#71), 54-56.

 

Frechette,Heather

 

poetry

 

"Departure," Volume 24#3 (#95), 113.

 

Freedman, Lori

 

about

 

"LoriFreedman, The Bass and the Restless," Randal McIlroy, Volume 18#2 (#70), 48-51.

 

French,Marilyn

 

about

 

FromEve to Dawn, (book review by Robin Laurence), Volume 21#4 (#84), 86-88.

 

Frenkel,Vera

 

about

 

"BoundaryBlurrer: An Interview with Vera Frenkel," Robert Enright, Volume 26#2 (#102),42-55.

 

Friedrich,Otto

 

about

 

"TheEssential Enigma of Glenn Gould," Robert Quickenden, (book review: GlennGould: A Life and Variations), Volume 8#4, 47-49.

 

Friesen,Pat(rick)

 

"FootingIt to the Lord, The Choreography of Margie Gillis, Karen Jamieson and StephanieBallard," (text), Volume 14#2, 42-45.

"WriteSpeaking Mennonites: A Symposium," (with others), Volume 5#4, 21-28.

 

reviews

 

"Anitaand Christina/Phillipe (both written and directed by Per Brask)," Volume5#1, 29-30.

"Quietin the Land (play by Anne Chislett)," Volume 4#2, 42.
"Safari(k)," (re: On the Way to Ethiopia, Allan Safarik),Volume 11#3, 41-42.

"TheSalvation of Yasch Siemens (book by Armin Wiebe)," Volume 3#3, 17-18.

"Song-lines,"(book review: Some Day Soon: Essays on Canadian Songwriters by DouglasFeatherling and Alias Bob Dylan by Stephen Scobie) Volume 10#4, 44-46.

 

about

 

"BusyIntersections," (book review: st. mary at main), by Mark Libin,Volume 17#3 (#67), 70-71.

"TheConsolation of Transcendence," Michael Springate, (re: You Don't Get toBe a Saint), Volume 11#3, 37-39.

"Flickerand Hawk: A Review," Smaro Kamboureli, Volume 6#4, 44-45.

"13Ways of Looking at Pat Friesen," Wayne Tefs, Volume 7#2, 59-62.

 

theatre

 

"TheShunning: Selections From a Play," Volume 5#1, 37-40.

 

poetry

 

"AnAudience with the Dalai Lama or, the Old-Fashioned Pas de Deux," Volume5#4, 88-89.

"Celebration,"Volume 2#2, 64.

"Inthe Garden," Volume 2#2, 63.

"Seashell,"Volume 4#4, 34.

"SomethingBeloved: For Pat," Volume 16#1, 31.

"TheSong Its Dazzle and Gospel: Three Poems by Patrick Friesen," Volume 13#1,62-64.

"SteppingOut Of Old Skins," Volume 13#3, 52.

"summergoing on fall," Volume 1#1, 61.

"SundayAfternoon," Volume 4#4, 90.

"wings,"Volume 1#1, 56.

 

Friesen,Ralph

 

"StillMoving Pictures: The Art of John Paskievich and Michael Mirus," Volume6#1, 12-14.

 

reviews

 

"Ikwe(produced and directed by Norma Bailey)," Volume 6#4, 48-49.

"questionsi asked my mother (by Di Brandt)," Volume 7#1, 30-31.

"SavannahElectric film produced by Perry Stratychuk)," Volume 6#3, 22-23.

"TommyDouglas: Keeper of the Flame," Volume 6#2, 26.

"StraightInsanity," (film review: Archangel, directed by Guy Maddin) Volume10#1, 52-54.

 

Fritsch,Eva

 

about

 

"Revelationsand Process," Arthur Adamson, (review: Five), Volume 1#2, 20-21.

 

Frohwerk,Ron

 

reviews

 

"BevPike: Recent Work," Volume 7#3, 30-31.

"ComfortableAttractors," (visual arts review: William Eakin: Photographs and DianeWhitehouse: Paintngs), Volume 9#2, 21-23.

"TheLimits of Enchantment," (visual art review: Alone in a Secret Gardenby June Boyd), Volume 9#4, 49-50.

"ModernistProbes: A Review of In Seclusion with Nature, The Later Work of Lionel LemoyneFitzgerald," Volume 8#1, 36-37.

"Strikingout of the Closet," (film review: 1919 written and directed by NoamGonick), Volume 16#2, 57-58.

"Town'N Country," (gallery review: Urban/Rural Landscape at Main AccessGallery)Volume 8#3, 26-28.

 

Frye,Northrop

 

about

 

"Divisionson a Ground: Essays on Canadian Culture, A Review," S.G. Buri, Volume 2#2,56-59.

"TheEducating Imaginer: Northrop Frye (1912-1990)," Dennis Cooley, Volume10#2, 7-8.

 

Fuchs, Barbara

 

poetry

 

"TheSky's Blue Burn," Volume 9#4, 67.

 

Fullerton,Ted

 

about

 

"TedFullerton," (re: Pushing the Edge: Selected Works in Painting and Sculpture),Martin Golland, Volume 25#4 (#100), 103-104.

 

Fulton,Keith Louise

 

"NellieMcClung Theatre: A Political Act," Volume 4#2, 53-54.

 

Funk, Karel

 

about

 

"CloseEncounters of a Painterly Kind," (Borderview by Robert Enright), Volume 22#4(#88), 11-12.

"KarelFunk," visual arts review by James D. Campbell, Volume 27#1 (#105), 94-95.

"Newingthe Old: The Art of Tim Gardner and Karel Funk," Cliff Eyland, Volume 27#3(#107), 132-141.

 

Portfolio

 

Artistspages, (all 3 Untitled, acrylic on panel), Volume 22#4 (#88), 49-51.

 

Funnell, Jeff

 

about

 

"Wouldthe Real History Please Stand Up," Elizabeth Legge, (visual art review: TheRecovery of History with Steve Gouthro, Bev Pike), Volume 10#4, 51-53.

"TribalT.V.: New Video and Democracy on the Prairies after Modernism," AlRushton, Volume 2#3, 39-44.

 

Art pages

 

"CatSeries 2000," photographs by Sheila Spence, Volume 19#4 (#76), 43-45.

 

portfolio

 

"KeyholeCollages," (Director: Guy Maddin; Art Director: Paul Butler; Michael Dumontier,Brad Phillips, Simon Hughes, Jeff Funnell, Alicia Smith, Caelum Vatnsdal: ArtDepartment), Volume 26#4 (#104), 58-67.

 

Gaboury,étienne

 

borderviews

 

"TheFunctional Metaphysician," Introduction by Robert Enright, (re: Gaboury'spaper on art and architecture), Volume 15#4, 7-8.

 

Gagnon,Francois-Marc

 

about

 

"GoingOut the Other Side: A Review of Paul-Emile Borduas," Joseph Christianson,Volume 7#4, 49-50.

 

Gaitan,Juan

 

about

 

"ExponentialFuture," Christopher Brayshaw, (visual art review of exhibition curated byScott Watson and Juan Gaitan), Volume 27#2 (#106), 105-107.

 

Galeano,Eduardo

 

about

 

"EduardoGaleano Dissonant History and the Carnival of Desire and Loss, Daniel Fischlin,Volume 13#4, 49-51

"PsychicContagion," Daniel Fischlin, (review: Walking Words), Volume 14#4,82-84.

 

fiction

 

"Storyof the Mosquito Miracle," Volume 13#4, 85-86.

 

Gallery454

 

about

 

"AnExhibition of Self-Portraits," Meeka Walsh, (visual art review), Volume7#1, 34-35.

 

Galleryon the Avenue

 

about

 

"AWalk on the Art Side," Richard Noble, (gallery review: Gallery on theAvenue by Winnipeg's Downtown BIZ), Volume 9#4, 43-44.

 

Galt,George

 

about

 

"A SeismographicSketch," (review of The Thinking Heart: Best Canadian Essays) Volume 11#2,38-40.

 

Gammon,Lynda

 

about

 

"Homeis Where the Space is," Petra Halkes, (visual art review: Home is Wherethe Heart is, Bill Eakin, Aganetha Dyck, Lynda Gammon and Wanda Koop),Volume 16#1, 48-49.

"RenovatingDomesticity," Alison Gillmor, (visual art review: Recently ConstructedWorks), Volume 9#1, 33-34.

 

Ganis,William

 

reviews

 

"FrancescoVezzoli," (visual art review), Volume 27#1 (#105), 90-91.

"Maps inDoubt," (visual art review re: exhibition curated by Dan Adler, featuringartwork by Gwen MacGregor and Sandra Rechico), Volume28#1 (#109), 94-96.

"SharyBoyle," (visual art review re: "Aspects & Excess"), Volume 26#2 (#102),87-88.

 

Gardner, Tim

 

about

 

"Newing theOld: The Art of Tim Gardner and Karel Funk," Cliff Eyland, Volume 27#3 (#107),132-141.

"Winnipegon the Hudson," by James Trainor, (re: The Royal Art Lodge—Michael Dumontier,Hollie Dzama, Marcel Dzama, Neil Farber, Drue and Myles Langlois—Jon Pylypchukand Tim Gardner in NYC), Volume 22#3 (#87), 36-47.

 

review

 

"CultivatingYour Own Gardner," Robert Enright, Volume 19#4 (#76), 8-9

 

Garneau, David

 

borderviews

 

"IndelibleInkages," (re: "Pierced Hearts and True Love," Vancouver Art Gallery), Volume16#2, 4-5.

 

reviews

 

"TheAlberta Biennial of Contemporary Art 2002," visual art, Volume 21#4 (#84),76-78.

"Beyongthe One-Liner: The Masks of Brian Jungen," visual art, Volume 19#4 (#76),91-92.

"BobBoyer," (visual art review), Volume 28#1 (#109),112-114.

"Bob Boyerand Jeff Thomas," (visual art review), Volume 24#2 (#94), 108-109.

"CoaxingNature," (re: Peter von Tiesenhausen's Lebensläufe), Volume 17#3(#67), 74-75.

"Eyestreaming,"(visual art review: Joane Cardinal-Schubert:Two Decades), Volume 17#1,49-50.

"FormFollows Form," (visual art review: Studio Series: Douglas Bentham), Volume 19#2 (#74), 70-71.

"GraemePatterson," (visual art review: Woodrow), Volume 27#1 (#105), 109-111.

"GregPayce," (visual arts review of potter Greg Payce), Volume 21#3 (#83),85-86.

"ManifestCartography," (re: Gregor Turk: The 49th Parallel: Barrier as Corridor),Volume 15#3, 70-71.

"MessagesBeyond the Medium," (visual art review: "Lost Homelands"), Volume 19#2 (#74),75-77.

"NakedBefore the Subject," (re: George Steeves: 1979-1993), Volume 15#2, 62-64.

"NaturalDouble Takes,"(visual art review: Iain Baxter: Landscape Works), 18#3(#71), 52-5

"Painting,the Fame Game," (visual art review: Chris Cran: Surveying the Damage,1977-1998), Volume 18#1 (#69), 56-58.

"Pandora'sBox," (visual art review, exhibition curated by Amanda Cachia, featuringartworks by Laylah Ali, Chitra Ganesh, Leesa Streifler and Cara Walker), Volume27#3 (#107), 190-193.

"TheParadoxes of Intolerance," (re: "Intolerance"), Volume 15#3,63-65.

"Post-IronicRe-Enchantments," (re: The 1996 Alberta Biennial of Contemporary Artat the Edmonton Art Gallery), Volume 15#4, 65-68.

"Remodellingthe Gaze," (visual art review: "Body Language," Elsbeth Coop & IrisHauser), Volume 20#2 (#78), 126-127.

"Revolve:Maxing out Minimalism," visual art review: Revolve, Volume 20#3 (#79),78-80.

"SexManual," (visual art review: Exposed: Aesthetics of Aboriginal Erotic Art),Volume 18#4 (#72), 78-80.

"SightlinedImpressions," (printmaking review: Sightlines, an international symposiumon Printmaking and Image Culture), Volume 17#1, 54-57.

"VeraGreenwood," (visual art review of "L'hotel Soficalle"), Volume 22#3 (#87),96-97.

"ViceViscera," (visual art review: Viscerate: New Works by Bev Pike), Volume16#2, 60-61.

"Wildlife:A Field Guide to the Post Natural," (visual arts review of works by LoisAndison, Nina Katchadourian, Jake Moore, Warren Quigley and Louise Weaver)Volume 20#4 (#80), 70-72.

 

Garnet,Eldon

 

about

 

"Brooke-ingNo Compromises," Gary Michael Dault (review: Reading Brooke Shields:The Garden of Failure), Volume 15#3, 68-70.

"DispiritingNature: The Work of Eldon Garnet and Genevieve Cadieux," Martha Langford,Volume 19#4 (#76), 36-41.

 

Garnier,Andrea

 

"TheBull Plume Winter Count," (Intro.), Volume 11#4, 82-85.

 

Gartner,Marianna

 

about

 

"AnomalousArt," Robert Enright, (borderview), Volume 14#1, 4.

 

GasStation Theatre

 

about

 

"GasStation Theatre Summer Season '87," Lee Anne Block, Volume 6#4, 43.

 

Gauthier,Suzanne

 

about

 

"Artist'sProfile," Ann Cameron, Volume 2#1, 58-59.

"BluePrairie League," Robert Enright, Volume 15#1, 4-5.

"Departuresand Arrivals: Three Winnipeg Artists Come Home," Robert Enright, Volume4#1, 48-50.

"Preyingand Predatoring: The Recent Paintings of Suzanne Gauthier," RobertEnright, Volume 5#1, 18-20.

 

portfolios

 

"Blackand While and Light: The Photographs of Suzanne Gauthier," introduction byHilary Michaels, Volume 7#4, 56-63.

 

GayIssues

 

"Pink Pawsin Berlin," N.E. Sjoman, (cultural review re: "Goodbye to Berlin: 100 Years ofGay Liberation"), Volume 16#3, 65-66.

 

Gayton,Don

 

about

 

"Inscapingthe Landscape," Pamela Banting, (book review: Landscapes of theInterior:Re-Explorations of Nature and the Human Spirit), Volume 16#1,53-56.

"Mechanicsof Intimacy," Meeka Walsh, (book review: The Wheatgrass Mechanism:Science and Imagination in the Western Canadian Landscape ), Volume 10#4,42-44.

 

 

Gec,Stefan

 

about

 

"ThePoetics of Alchemy: Sea Changes in the Art of Stefan Gec," (borderview byRobert Enright), Volume 17#2 (#66), 5-6.

 

Geddes,Gary

 

about

 

"MakingNews," Birk Sproxton, (poetry review: Active Trading: Selected Poems,1970-1995), Volume 16#3, 69-70.

 

articles

 

"Contra-Diction:Nicaragua and the War of Words," Volume 9#1, 58-62.

 

essays

 

"ATerrible Beauty, or how you can't go back to where you've never been,"(re: Kent State University killings, 1970), Volume 15#4, 25-28.

"MakingWar Making Light," (re: travels in Afghanistan), Volume 21#3 (#83), 72-78.

 

poetry

 

"Girlby the Water: Ten Poems," Volume 12#4, 38-40.

"HongKong Sequence," Volume 5#2, 37-41.

"OldLight," Volume 7#1, 21-25.

 

Gego(Gertrude Goldschmidt)

 

about

 

"Gego,"Megan Ratner (visual art review re: "Between Transparency and the Invisible"),Volume 26#3 (#103), 142-143.

 

Geleynse,Wyn

 

about

 

"Film-fanMan," Gerry Kisil, (visual art review: Wyn Geleynse: New Still and FilmProjections), Volume 16#1, 58-59.

"WynGeleynse," Patrick Mahon (review of exhibition A Man Trying to ExplainPictures), Volume 25#2 (#98), 117-118.

"WynGeleynse and Taras Polataiko, Mirrors of the Subject," visual art review, byMark Cheetham, Volume 20#3 (#79), 65-67.

 

GeneralIdea

 

About

 

"ParticularizingSome General Ideas," (interview with AA Bronson by Robert Enright), Volume 23#1(#89), 28-44.

 

Genosko, Gary

 

about

 

"APlague on Both Their Houses," David Arason, (book review: Contest:Essays on Sports, Culture, and Politics), Volume 18#3 (#71), 72-74.

 

reviews

 

"BuildingBlocks of Memory," (visual art review: Caroline Dukes's Cities), Volume18#1 (#69), 67-68.

"Refrainsof Masculine Experience," (visual art review re: "The Human Position" by TomLovatt), Volume 17#2 (#66), 52-53.

"Salton his Tail," (visual art review: Doug Lewis's Saltbath), Volume18#1 (#69), 61-62.

 

columns

 

"The Artof Surveillance," Volume 19#1 (#73), 13-14.

"Cool,Calm and Collectible," (re: collecting 8-tracks), Volume 17#3 (#67), 10

"CuteArt," Volume 18#4 (#72), 12-14.

"FamilyValues," (re: visual artist Charles Ray), Volume 21#1 (#81), 17-18.

"FrontalLepidoptery,"(re: Margaret Bourke-White), 18#3 (#71), 14-15.

"Gastronomisme,"Volume 19#3 (#75), 16-17.

"MonsterMash," Volume 20#2 (#78), 18-19.

"SlaughterhouseFave," (re: animal slaughter and art), Volume 18#2 (#70), 11-12.

"West ofthe Deadline," Volume 20#3 (#79), 22-23.

"The WindCried Glenn," (re: Glenn Gould), Volume 19#2 (#74), 12-13.

 

GeorgeFranklyn

 

about

 

"AWalk on the Rastafarian Side: The Art of Franklyn George," Alison Gillmor,Volume 5#4, 36-38.

 

George,Gomo

 

About

 

"BlackBody: Race, Resistance, Response," (visual arts review by Sarah Hollenberg of exhibitionfeaturing: Lucie Chan, Crystal Clements, Rebecca Fisk, Buseje Bailey, MichaelChambers and Gomo George), Volume 20#4 (#80), 76-77.

 

Gibson,Ralph

 

About

 

"FromFlesh to Stone: The Photography of Ralph Gibson," (an interview with RobertEnright)Volume 21#2 (#82), 18-35.

 

Giii,Ron

 

about

 

"RonGiii," (visual art review by Deborah Margo), Volume 27 #4 (#108), 117-119.

 

Gillespie,James

 

about

 

"StephenFoster and James Gillespie," Portia Priegert, (visual art review re:"Re-Mediations"), Volume 26#2 (#102), 101-102.

 

Gillick,Liam

 

about

 

visualarts review of "Annlee You Proposes," by Rosemary Heather, Volume21#3 (#83), 80-81.

 

Guerrera,Massimo

 

about

 

"MassimoGuerrera, Core Generosity," visual art review: Darboral, Jenifer Papararo,Volume 20#3 (#79), 85-86.

 

Gibson,Graeme

 

about

 

"TheBedside Book of Birds: An Avian Miscellany by Graeme Gibson," book reviewby David Arnason, Volume 25#1 (#97), 106-107.

 

Gibson,William

 

"TheNextworld According to Gibson," Wayne Tefs, Volume 10#4, 6-7.

 

Gigliotti,Ken

 

about

 

"Peopleof the Interlake: A Review," Meeka Walsh, Volume 5#4, 51-52.

 

Gill,William

 

reviews

 

"GaryMichael Dault," (visual art review of "60 Minutes of Painting"), Volume 26#4(#104), 87-88.

 

Gillis,Margie

 

about

 

"FootingIt to the Lord, The Choreography of Margie Gillis, Karen Jamieson and StephanieBallard," (Robert Tinker, photgraphs, Patrick Friesen, text), Volume 14#2,42-45.

 

Gillmor,Alison

 

"SewingFine Seams: The Needlecraft of Baker Lake Women," Volume 3#4, 29-32.

"Strip,"(photographs by Cheryl Albuquerque), Volume 13#4, 52-55.

"TheTough-Minded Line: The Recent Drawings of Sharron Zenith Corne," Volume8#1, 24-26.

"Uumajut:Animal Imagery in Inuit Art," Volume 4#3, 21-23.

"AWalk on the Rastafarian Side: The Art of Franklyn George," Volume 5#4,36-38.

 

reviews

 

"AirWinnipeg," (re:Catherine Collins: Little Eden) Volume 15#2, 56.

"AtavisticRefinements," (visual art review re: Captive and absent: a videoinstallation by Lori Rogers), Volume 17#1, 47-48.

"BarEveryone," (re: Morris/Trasov Archive: Colour Research), Volume 14#4, 73.

"BodyPersistence," (re: The Culture of Pain by David B. Morris & TheBody Imaged: The Human Form and Visual Culture Since the Renaissance byKathleen Adler and Marcia Pointon eds.), Volume 12#4, 67-68.

"CallGirls Car Boys (exhibition by Wayne Baerwaldt)," Volume 5#2, 32-33.

"CarolineDukes," (visual art review), Volume 27 #4 (#108), 95-96.

"CliffordWiens," (visual art review re: "Telling Details: The Architecture of CliffordWiens"), Volume 26#2 (#102), 105-106.

"ConflictIrresolution," (re:Queer Looks: Perspectives on Lesbian and Gay Film andVideo), Volume 13#3, 58-59.

"Delta(by Marcel Gosselin)," (exhibition review), Volume 6#1, 37.

"Elusionsof Mysticism," (re: The Logic of Ecstasy: Canadian MysticalPainting 1920-1940, Ann Davis) Volume 12#3, 58-60.

"FlightLodge (installation by Karen Hoeberg)," Volume 6#2, 28-29.

"The Forceof Uncertainty," (re: "Memories of Overdevelopment: Philippine Diaspora inContemporary Art"), Volume 16#4, 60-61.

"FreshBlood," (re: Main/Access Gallery exhibition), Volume 6#4, 46-47.

"HeartAttacks," (re: Patti Johnson, Studio Series), Volume 15#2, 51-52.

"Home,Home on the Wide-Ranging," (performance review: Show Girls: A Festival of Women'sPerformance), Volume 17#1, 51-53.

"InadmissableEvidents," (visual art review: Evident Truths: Greg Curnoe, 1936-1992),Volume 15#4, 60-61.

"MediaTwists," (visual art review: New Work by Myron Turner), Volume 8#3,31.

"MemoryTracks," (re: Myron Turner: Two Women and Other Metaphors for Memory,& Woodcut Retrospective), Volume 14#2, 53-54.

"NeverTrust a Hippie (exhibition by Barb Hunt)," Volume 6#3, 24.

"Objectsof Wonder," (re: Still Life, Aganetha Dyck and Karen Thornton), Volume14#3, 22-23.

"ObsessivePosterings," (re: Imponderable Joys: The Work of Austin Cooper), Volume13#2, 50-51.

"ThePractice of Conflicting Art," Volume 11#4, 73-74.

"RenovatingDomesticity," (visual art review: Recently Constructed Works byLynda Gammon), Volume 9#1, 33-34.

"RueVelvet," (visual art review: "Velvet" by Laura Vickerson) Volume 16#3, 78-79.

"RussianRusticity," (book review: Hot Ice: Shakespeare in Moscow, A Director'sDiary by Guy Sprung with Rita Much) Volume 11#1, 53.

"Schoutenin the Landscape," (visual art review: "Treaty Lands: An Exhibition ofPaintings by Tim Schouten"), Volume 17#2 (#66), 60-61.

"SexyPo-Mo," (visual art review: Ho Tam: Drawings, Paintings and a Manga inProgress), Volume 16#2, 60.

"ThrillingUs Softly," (re: Carl Beam), Volume 12#3, 48.

"Toolsof Power (drawings by Frieso Boning)," Volume 5#3, 30-31.

"UnfixAbility," (re: Shift by Reva Stone; Tom Stroud, Glenn Buhr; Huch Conacher,Margaret Sweatman), Volume 15#1, 65-66.

"Upstairs,Downstairs: A Review of Slow Information, The Gradual Effect of Installationart, works by Barb Hunt and John Groves," Volume 8#2, 47-48.

"VogueMemory," (photography review: A Vogue Memory, Photographs from theVogue Studio, curated by Peter Tittenberger) Volume 10#1, 49-50.

"WhenShe Dread Awakens," (re:Diana Thorneycroft: a slow remembering), Volume14#1, 67-68.

 

borderviews

 

"ShoeBusiness," (re: Border Crossings fundraiser), Volume 14#2, 4

 

Gillmore,Graham

 

about

 

"VancouverSchool," Robin Laurence, (review of group show: Douglas Coupland, GrahamGillmore, Angela Grossmann, Attila Richard Lukacs, Derek Root), Volume 25#3(#99), 113-114.

 

Ginader,Gerhard

 

about

 

"Industrialisme,"Cliff Eyland, (visual art review: ReCurrentworks by Mary Joyce, withsound installation by Gerhard Ginader), Volume 15#4, 64-65.

 

Ginsberg,Allen

 

symposium

 

"QuestioningBodies: A Symposium on Censorship and Representation," Introduction byRobert Enright, Volume 10#2, 15-26.

 

Girard,Cynthia

 

about

 

"CynthiaGirard," Virginia Dixon (visual art review of "The Sect of the Flying Mouse"),Volume 26#4 (#104), 101-102.

 

Girard,Francois

 

about

 

"TheWoman and the Violin," (column by Robert Enright on The Red Violindirected by Francois Girard), Volume 18#2 (#70), 10.

 

Giroux,Christian

 

Article

 

"Victoria's Secret," (re: Victoria Sculptors—Mowry Baden,Daniel Laskarin, Robert Wise, Roland Brener, Grant Watson, Ken Lum, WendyWelch), Volume 22#3 (#87), 60-67.

 

Review

 

"MowryBaden, Turning and Turning in the Freckled Gyres," visual art review, Volume20#3 (#79), 69-70.

 

Givner,Emily

 

reviews

 

"Figuringthe Disfigured," (re:Paul Sisetski) Volume 12#3, 56-58

 

Glabush,Sky

 

About

 

"TheArchaeology of Beauty: Recent Paintings by Sky Glabush," visual art review byGreg Beatty, Volume 19#4 (#76), 84-86.

"RentalProperties," borderview by Robert Enright, Volume 28#1 (#109), 16-17.

"SkyGlabush," (visual art review by Terence Dick), Volume 23#4 (#92), 108-109.

"SkyGlabush," Christa O'Keefe, (review of Living Together), Volume 25#2(#98), 99-100.

 

 

reviews

 

"ArtForager," (visual art review: Facing the Void: Recent Work by RodneyKonopaki), Volume 18#4 (#72), 87-88.

"BrianBelott," (visual art review of "Lost and Found Slide Show"), Volume 26#4(#104), 94-96.

"Cartographersof Desire," (visual art review: Irene Whittome and Eleanor Bond), Volume 18#2(#70), 57-59.

"Genealogiesof Blood and Breath," (visual art review: "The Blood Records" by Lisa Steeleand Kim Tomczak), Volume 19#2 (#74), 89-91.

"JayIsaac," (visual art review of Jay Isaac's exhibition, "The Energy of the Sun"),Volume 28#1 (#109), 110-112.

"MaxwellBates," (visual art review), Volume 23#3 (#91), 111-113.

"PerePerehudoff," (visual art review: Bill Perehudoff Five Decades of Colour),Volume18#3 (#71), 63-65.

"Througha Glass Repetively," (visual art review: Copycat: Adventures inIntertextuality curated by Kent Archer), Volume 19#1 (#73), 81-83.

"Turningand Learning in Her Widening Gyre," (visual art review: The Source of Thingsexhibition of paintings by Margaret Vanderhague and Marie Lannoo), Volume 19#1(#73), 67-69.

"Kara Uzelman,"(visual art review of installation You look like you whereas I tend to looklike me), Volume 25#1 (#97), 126-127.

"WhoseMargin is This Anyway?" (visual art review: On the Margin: ContemporaryArt from Ukraine), Volume 18#1 (#69), 60-61

 

Glass,Joanna

 

about

 

"CanadianSparkle, American Dreary," David Arnason,(theatre review: CanadianGothic and American Modern), Volume 1#1, 18-19.

"ALong Evening's Journey into Night: A Review of The Last Chalice," JudithKearns, Volume 1#3&4, 9-10.

 

Glass,Matei

 

about

 

"Through aGlass, Darkly: Matei Glass and the Other's Other," (article by Gary MichaelDault), Volume 25#3 (#99), 88-96.

 

Glass,Matt

 

portfolio

 

"Rememberingto Forget, Romania and the Looking Glass," (Text by Owen Bennet Jones),Volume 14#4, 54-60.

 

Glavin,Eric

 

"Flatlanders:Collecting The Present in Toronto," (review by Xandra Eden of works byElizabeth McIntosh, Eric Glavin, Mark Bell, Sally Spath, and Nestor Kruger),Volume 20#4 (#80), 34-40.

 

Glawson,Larry

 

about

 

"Anirniliit:Breathing in the Cold," (review by Amy Karlinsky), Volume 23#2 (#90), 95-97.

"TheMeta-Ethics of Image-Making: Recent Photographs of Larry Glawson," MarilynWolovick, Volume 8#1, 6-7.

"OrdinaryLife is Good Enough: Larry Glawson's Home Bodies," Sigrid Dahle, Volume 27#3(#107), 154-160.

"ThingsBeing Not as They Seam, The Photographs of Larry Glawson," Lisa GabrielleMark, Volume 12#4, 29-33.

 

portfolios

 

"FamilyAlbum: Photographs by Larry Glawson," introduction by Robert Enright,Volume 3#2, 41-45.

 

Gober, Robert

 

about

 

"RobertGober," Mark Clintberg (visual art review of "Robert Gober: Work 1976-2007"),Volume 26#4 (#104), 104-106.

 

Godden,Mark

 

about

 

"ForWhom the Ballet Tolls," Robert Enright, (re: Miroirs), Volume 14#3, 5-6.

"Movingfor the Jugular," Michael Crabb (dance review: Dracula), Volume18#1 (#69), 70-72.

"Tellingthe Dancer from the Dancing Film: Set Pieces from Dracula: Pages from aVirgin's Diary," (interview with Mark Godden and Guy Maddin by Robert Enright),photographs by Bruce Monk, Volume 20#4 (#80), 54-65.

 

 

Godwin,K. George

 

"TheGood,the Bad and the Glory: Film-Making in Manitoba," Volume 8#2, 7-10.

"Cartooningin Clay: The Ceramic Art of Jordan Van Sewell," Volume 9#3, 6-10.

 

reviews

 

"BordertownVogue," (film review: Bordertown Cafe produced and directed byNorma Bailey), Volume 10#3, 36-37.

"TheCompany of Strangers," (film review: The Company of Strangerswritten by Gloria Demers; directed by Cynthia Scott) Volume 10#2, 38-41.

"DistinctCinematic Voices," (film review: Three Premiéres by Winnipeg FilmGroup), Volume 9#2, 37-38.

"Extremesof Behaviour," (re: The Barbecue by Winston Washington Moxam, Huntersand Gatherers by Darrell Varga/ Wpg Film Group), Volume 13#4, 63-65.

"FamilyGifts," (film borderview: Taking a Walk with Dad by ShereenJerrett) Volume 10#3, 38-39.

"Fathersand Films," (film review: Winnipeg Film Group PremiŹres), Volume 8#4,46-47.

"HomeIs Where the Art Is," (re: Quality Time by Darrell Varga), Volume12#2, 51-53.

"InsiderVideo," (video review: We're Talking Vulva by Shawna Dempsey andTracy Traeger), Volume 9#4, 44-45.

"Talesfrom the Gimli Hospital (written and directed by Guy Maddin)," Volume 7#3,25-26.

"TunesToo Plenty: A Review of Tunes a Plenty (Written and directed by Greg Hanec),"Volume 8#1, 31-32.

 

Goetz,Melody

 

poetry

 

"TwoPoems," Volume 10#3, 19.

 

Gogarty,Amy

 

reviews

 

"TheFull Rag and Bone Shop of the Art," (re:G-R: an installation by GrantPoier) Volume 11#2, 40-41.

 

Goldchain,Rafael

 

about

 

"I AmMy Family: Photographic Memories and Fictions by Rafael Goldchain," (book review by RichardHolden), Volume 27 #4 (#108), 107-109.

 

Golden,Cora

 

About

 

Designin Canada :by Rachel Gotlieb and Cora Golden (book review by Neil Minuk),Volume 20#4 (#80), 79-80.

 

Goldie,Terry

 

reviews

 

"Drawerand Gatherer," (re: The History of the Village of Small Huts:Parts One to Eight by Michael Hollingsworth), Volume 14#1, 64-65.

 

Goldin,Nan

 

about

 

"DangerousElisions," (re: Currents '93: Dress Codes and The Other Side) by LenFindlay, Volume 12#4, 52-54.

 

Goldstein,Allan A.

 

about

 

"LittleBig Film: A Review of The Outside Chance of Maximilian Glick," JosephChristianson, Volume 8#2, 19.

 

Golland, Martin about 

"SensationalInstabilities," Robert Enright (borderviews), Volume 25#2 (#98), 15-16.

 

Review

 

"TedFullerton," (visual art review of Pushing the Edge: Selected Works inPrintmaking and Sculpture), Volume 25#4 (#100), 103-104.

 

Goltzius, Hendrick

 

about

 

"HendrickGoltzius," (visual art review by Petra Halkes), Volume 22#3 (#87), 80-81.

 

Golub,Leon

 

about

 

"TheAmbiguous Witness: An Interview With Leon Golub," Robert Enright, Volume 19#1(#73), 18-31.

"FancyDancer: Leon Golub 1922-2004," (column by Meeka Walsh and Robert Enright),Volume 23#3 (#91), 20-21.

 

Artist pages

 

"The Urge Foundation," Volume 23#3 (#91), 65-69.

 

Gongora,Romeo

 

"TheQuébec Triennial," (visual arts review by Stephen Horne), Volume 27 #3 (#107),177-179.

 

Gonick,Noam

 

about

 

"Back toNature's Future," borderview by Robert Enright (re: Wildflowers of Manitoba),Volume 26#2 (#102), 14-15.

"PopeyeGonick and the Filmy Spinach of Sex," Robert Enright, (film: Hey, Happy!) Volume 20#1 (#77), 44-54.

"Strikingout of the Closet," Ron Frohwerk, (film review: 1919), Volume 16#2,57-58.

"StrykingWhile the Fire is Hot," (film column re: Stryker by Robert Enright),Volume 23#4 (#92), 14-15.

 

portfolio

 

"No SafeWords," (includes interview by Adam Budak), Volume 27#3 (#107), 168-172.

 

review

 

"Transition/Transaction,"(visual art review featuring the video work of Gabriel Yahyahkeekoot andDaybi), Volume 26#3 (#103), 145-146.

 

Good,Jacqui

 

"Dance-Maker,The Turbulent and Moving Times of Rachel Browne," Volume 8#4, 58-63.

"HowI Went to the Orient with the Royal Winnipeg Ballet and Almost Lost myObjectivity," Volume 7#3, 42-47.

"TheWhirled According to Darroch," Volume 6#3, 62-64.

 

reviews

 

"CampingOut: A Wild Night with Lizst (performed by Contemporary Dancers)," Volume6#2, 31.

"Concertante:Arnold Spohr and the Royal Winnipeg Ballet," Volume 4#1, 28.

"DancingLove Letters," (book review: Dancing Through Time: The First 50 Yearsof Canada's Royal Winnipeg Ballet by Christopher Dafoe and Dance Canada:An Illustrated History by Max Wyman), Volume 9#4, 41-42.

"Inthe Beginning was the Bell," Volume 11#4, 74-75.

"AMoveable Feast," (re: 30th anniversary Gala, Contemporary Dancers), Volume13#1, 47-48.

"TheSecond Festival of Canadian Modern Dance," Volume 5#4, 54-55.

"WhatDid Tedd Do Last?," (dance review: Tedd's Taking Dance to the Streets#3 by Contemporary Dancers), Volume 9#2, 39-40.

 

Goodes,Donald

 

reviews

 

"ParadigmLost: Downloading the Ethics of Technology," (re: The 6th InternationalSymposium on Electronic Art Montreal), Volume 15#1, 58-60.

 

Goodwin,Betty

 

about

 

"ABloodstream of Images, an interview with Betty Goodwin," Robert Enright,Volume 14#4, 42-53.

 

Gordon,Douglas

 

about

 

"DouglasGordon," (visual arts review by Christopher Brayshaw), Volume 21#3 (#83),100-103.

 

Gorlitz,Will

 

"TheEthics of Uncertainty: An Interview with Will Gorlitz," (with RobertEnright) Volume 7#4, 12-25.

 

about

 

"The Missof Sisyphus," (Borderview by Robert Enright), Volume 21#4 (#84), 12-13.

"WillGorlitz," Julia Dault, (review of Will Gorlitz New Paintings), Volume25#1 (#97), 108-110.

 

Gormley,Antony

 

about

 

"AntonyGormley, One Moment after Another," Gary Michael Dault, (article), Volume 19#1(#73), 54-58.

 

 

"Makingthe Impossible Self: A Symposium on Current Art Practice," (with others)Volume 7#3, 33-35.

 

Gornik,April

 

interview

 

"ThePleasure of Their Company:Steve Martin, April Gornik and Eric Fischl inConversation," Interview with Robert Enright, Volume 19#3 (#75), 26-46.

"TheSeductions of Landscape," Interview with Robert Enright, Volume 16#3, 18-29.

 

Gorris,Marleen

 

about

 

"HopeFilms Eternal," Robert Enright (re: Antonia's Line), Volume 15#3.12-13.

 

Gorsline, Ron

 

about

 

"Landscapein Blue," Al Rushton, Volume 7#1, 48-51.

 

Gosselin,Marcel

 

about

 

"Delta:A Review," Alison Gillmor, Volume 6#1, 37.

"MarcelGosselin: Catalyst of the Intangible," Louise Kasper, Volume 2#4, 49-51.

 

Gotlieb,Rachel

 

About

 

Designin Canada :by Rachel Gotlieb and Cora Golden (book review by Neil Minuk),Volume 20#4 (#80), 79-80.

 

Gould,Glenn

 

about

 

"GlennGould Variations: A Review," Chester Duncan, Volume 4#1, 25-26.

"The WindCried Glenn," Gary Genosko, (column), Volume 19#2 (#74), 12-13.

 

Gould,Meggan

 

portfolio

 

"Verso",(photographs & text by Meggan Gould), Volume 27 #4 (#108), 87-93.

 

Gould, Trevor Boddy

 

reviews

 

"RandallAnderson," (visual art review re: exhibition Clouds), Volume 25#2 (#98),116-117.

 

Gouthro,Steve

 

about

 

"Man ofSteel," (Borderview by Robert Enright), Volume 24#1 (#93), 10-11.

"Wouldthe Real History Please Stand Up," Elizabeth Legge, (visual art review: TheRecovery of History by Jeff Funnell, Steve Gouthro, Bev Pike), Volume 10#4,51-53.

 

Governor-General'sAward

 

about

 

"TheFiction of the Governor-General's Award," Marilyn Powell, Volume 3#1,52-55.

 

Grace,Gregory

 

about

 

"Heaven'sDoor: A Review," Ian Adam, Volume 1#3&4, 123-124.

 

poetry

 

"Garbage,"and "The Snowfall," Volume 1#2, 75.

 

Grafton,Frances

 

about

 

"BeautifulMonsters," Yvonne Owens, (review: A Critical Beauty - Frances Grafton,Lucy Hogg, Patrick Mahon, Gu Xiong), Volume 15#2, 56-59.

 

Graham,Allison

 

reviews

 

"Outrageous!and the Possibilities of Coming Out (by Richard Benner)," Volume1#3&4, 131.

 

Graham,Rodney

 

about

 

"RodneyGraham," (visual art review by Mark Clintberg), Volume 26#1 (#101), 93-95.

 

GrandWestern Canadian Screen Shop

 

about

 

"TheGrand Western Canadian Screen Shop: Review and Reminiscence," ArthurAdamson, Volume 3#2, 14-18.

 

Grande, John

 

Review

 

"JohnSchweitzer's Pretty Arcade," visual art, Volume 19#4 (#76), 79-80.

"PeterDoig," (visual art review), Volume 21#1 (#81), 73-74.

 

Grauerholz,Angela

 

about

 

"PhotoOpportunities," Robert Everett-Green, (photography review: "Transition, Memoryand Loss: A Symposium on Contemporary Photography" featuring Evgeny Berrezner,Angela Grauerholz, Thaddeus Holownia, Diana Thorneycroft, Chris Townsend),Volume 17#2 (#66), 70-71.

"StrangeAttracter," John Armstrong (photography review), Volume 16#4, 77-79.

 

GreatMoscow Circus, The

 

about

 

"HologrammarVersus Wizardry," Gary Michael Dault, (review: Ringling Bros. and Barnum& Bailey Circus, The Great Moscow Circus), Volume 14#1, 76-77.

 

Green,Art

 

about

 

"Green's Party: A Conversation with Art Green," interviewby Robert Enright, Volume 24#4 (#96), 44-54.

 

Green,Jim

 

"What'sSo Big about Space?: A Conversation with Jim Green," (with Robert Enright)Volume 3#4, 54-55.

 

about

 

"BeyondHere: A Review," Dennis Cooley, Volume 3#4, 38-39.

 

Greenaway,Peter

 

about

 

"TheRational Extremist: An Interview with Peter Greenaway," Robert Enright,Volume 9#4, 76-85.

 

Greenburg,Reesa

 

about

 

"Thinkingabout Thinking about Exhibitions," Petra Watson, (book review: Thinkingabout Exhibitions edited by Reesa Greenburg, Bruce Ferguson and SandyNairne), Volume 16#1, 50-52.

 

Greene,Elizabeth

 

about

 

"AdeleWise Woman," Maggie Dwyer, (book review: We Who Can Fly, Poems, Essays andMemories in Honour of Adele Wiseman, edited by Elizabeth Greene), Volume17#1, 59-60.

 

Greenwood,Vera

 

about

 

"VeraGreenwood," (visual art review of "L'hotel Soficalle" by David Garneau), Volume22#3 (#87), 96-97.

 

Gregoroff,March

 

"RegardingLandscape," (visual arts review), Volume 21#3 (#83), 91-91-93.

 

Gregory, Joy

 

about

 

"Objectsof Beauty by JoyGregory," (book review by Méira Cook), Volume 23#2 (#90), 100-103.

 

Gregory,Ken

 

about

 

"Demistifier," (Borderview by Robert Enright of "ClimateControl or How to Predict the Weather with a Pig Spleen"), Volume 21#4 (#84),14-15.

"KenGregory," (visual art review by Christabel Wiebe), Volume 23#4 (#92), 96-98.

"Self-Recorder,"Randal McIlroy, Volume 15#1, 40-43.

 

Reviews

 

"SoundingOff," (sound review: ‘send + receive'a festival of sound presented by VideoPool reviewed by Ken Gregory and Susan Chafe), Volume 18#2 (#70), 65-66.

 

 

Gregory,Sheila

 

about

 

"GregoryianRant," Betty Ann Jordan, (visual art review: Paintings), Volume 16#2,65.

 

Greunding,Dennis

 

about

 

"Gringo:A Review," George Amabile, Volume 3#2, 26.

 

Griefen, John Adams

 

about

 

"JohnAdams Griefen," (visual art review by Terry Fenton), Volume 23#3 (#91),117-119.

 

Griffin, Clint

 

about

 

"ClintGriffin," (visual art review by Gary Michael Dault), Volume 23#4 (#92), 95-96.

 

Griffiths,Eliza

 

about

 

"FictiveSpaces," Robert Enright, (borderview), Volume 17#3 (#67), 4.

"Souped-UpEverything: the Art of Eliza Griffiths," (interview with Robert Enright),Volume 22#4 (#88), 72-79.

 

 

Grossmann,Angela

 

about

 

"VancouverSchool," Robin Laurence, (review of group show: Douglas Coupland, GrahamGillmore, Angela Grossmann, Attila Richard Lukacs, Derek Root), Volume 25#3(#99), 113-114.

 

Groulx,David

 

poetry

 

"fourpoems," Volume 18#1 (#69), 82-83.

 

Groupof Seven

 

about

 

"Portraitof the Artist as a Mountain Climber," Introduction by Robert Enright,David Alexander, (book review: A Hiker's Guide to Art of the CanadianRockies by Lisa Christensen), Volume 15#4, 4-5.

"Whoare the Passionate Canadians?: A Review," (script by Nancy Reilly), AnnDavis, Volume 1#3&4, 130-131.

 

Groves,John

 

about

 

"FreshBlood: A Review," Alison Gillmor, Volume 6#4, 46-47.

"Upstairs,Downstairs: A Review of Slow Information, the Gradual Effect of InstallationArt," Alison Gillmor, Volume 7#2, 47-48.

 

Gudmundson,Wayne

 

portfolios

 

"NorthDakota Landscapes," Volume 4#4, 51-61.

 

Gunnars,Kristjana

 

"Elfingand Trolling in Manitoba: The Sculpture of Anna Bara Arnadottir," Volume5#4, 84-86.

 

reviews

 

"TheLand They Gave Away: New and Selected Poems and Montage for an Interstellar Cry(books by Andrew Suknaski)," Volume 2#4, 36-37.

"TheLoneliness of the Long-Distance Writer," (re: Days of Obligation:An Argument with my Mexican Father by Richard Rodriguez), Volume 13#3, 66-67.

 

about

 

"SettlementPoems I and II and Wake-Pick Poems: A Review," Kathie Kolybaba, Volume2#1, 70-71.

 

fiction

 

"TomasJonasson, Jazz," Volume 3#1, 65-69.

 

poetry

 

"EnthronedSecrets," Volume 4#4, 42.

"GreekObservation," Volume 4#4, 49.

 

Gunnarson,Stula

 

about

"IndiaOn His Mind," Robert Enright, (borderview), Volume 18#2 (#70), 6-7.

 

 

Guston,Philip

 

about

 

"FiguringOut Abstraction," Petra Halkes, (visual art review: "Philip GustonTableaux/Paintings 1947-1979") Volume 19#3 (#75), 75-77.

"PhilipGuston," (visual art review by Julia Dault), Volume 27 #4 (#108), 94-95.

 

Gutkin,Harry & Mildred

 

about

 

"WhenWestern Canada Was A Developing Country," Abraham Arnold, (book review: TheWorst of Times, The Best of Times: Growing up in Winnipeg's North End),Volume 8#3, 28-29.

 

Haas,Maara

 

about

 

"OnStage with Maara Haas: A Review," Abraham Arnold, Volume 6#1, 27.

 

Hadzihasanovic, Sadko

 

about

 

"WallpaperWeight," (Borderview by Robert Enright), Volume 22#4 (#88), 10-11.

 

Hagens,Gunther von

 

about

 

"Gunthervon Hagens," (visual arts review of "Body Worlds" by RosemaryHeather), Volume 21#3 (#83), 88-89.

 

HaidaArt

 

"HaidaGlee: Transitions in Northwest Coast Art," (article re: Raven Travelling:Two Centuries of Haida Art at the Vancouver Art Gallery; Past toPresent: Important Works from the First Peoples of the Northwest Coast atEquinox Gallery; Two Perspectives: Visions of Haida Gwaii at the MarionScott Gallery. Artists work featured: Robert Davidson, Sonny Assu, HazelWilson, Tom Price, Jim Hart, Primrose Adams, Charles Edenshaw, Bill Reid, ArtThompson, Edward Epp), Robin Laurence, Volume 25#4 (#100), 66-74.

 

Hainstock,Robert

 

about

 

"Barnsof Western Canada: An Illustrated Century, A Review," Robert Enright,Volume 6#4, 40-41.

 

HĆkansson, Henrik

 

about

 

"HenrikHĆkansson and Eadweard J. Muybridge," (visual art review by James Campbell),Volume 25#3 (#99), 119-121.

 

Halkes, Petra

 

about

 

"SeeingIsn't Believing," Carol Podedworny (visual art review: Lightship: ChannaBoon & Petra Halkes), Volume 18#3 (#71), 53-54.

 

Article

 

"BeautyMarks," (re: exhibition entitled "The Beauty of Evil" featuring Eleanor Bond,Thomas Ruff, Anselm Kiefer, Julian Rosefeldt, Piero Steinle, BernardoBertolucci, Marlene Dumas, Andres Serrano), Volume 21#1 (#81), 38-43.

"TheDiefenbunker Stops Here," Volume 20#1 (#77), 34-39.

 

reviews

 

"AestheticalScience," (photograpahy review: Photography in Science: Beauty of AnotherOrder), Volume 17#1, 50-51.

"The BodyTransformed," (re: Nat'l Gallery exhibition at Shawinigan feat.: Ron Mueck,Betty Goodwin, Louise Bourgeois, Kiki Smith, Germaine Richier, GenevieveCadieux, Janet Cardiff, Primo Levi), Volume 22#4 (#88)95-97.

"EmilyCarr," (visual art review of Emily Carr: New Perspectives), Volume 25#4(#100), 91-93.

"Caught inthe Act: The Viewer as Performer," (visual art review re: exhibition at theNational Gallery of Canada, featuring artwork by Rodney LaTourelle, MowryBaden, Rebecca Belmore and Massimo Guerrera), Volume28#1 (#109), 96-99.

"ChristopherPratt," (visual art review: Christopher Pratt at National Gallery),Volume 25#1 (#97), 1113-114.

"LynneCohen," (visual art review of "No man's land. The Photographs ofLynne Cohen"), Volume 21#3 (#83), 94-95.

"TheCollectors," (visual art review: Of Mudlarkers and Measurers), Volume 16#3,75-76.

"Emergencefrom the Shadow:Past Tense, Present Solution," visual art, Volume 19#4 (#76), 93-95.

"FiguringOut Abstraction," (visual art review: "Philip Guston Tableaux/Paintings1947-1979") Volume 19#3 (#75), 75-77.

"Fragile:Reconstruct with Care," (re: Cosmoville by Eleanor Bond), Volume15#1, 61-64.

"TheGlory of Roam," (visual art review: Corot: 1796-1875), Volume 15#4,68-70.

"Michael Harrington," (visual art review), Volume 24#3(#95), 110-111.

"MichaelSemak," (visual art review: Michael Semak at Cdn Museum of ContempPhotography), Volume 25#1 (#97), 110-111.

"HendrickGoltzius," (visual art review), Volume 22#3 (#87), 80-81.

"RichardHines," (visual art review), Volume 25#3 (#99), 127-128.

"Homeis Where the Space is," (visual art review: Home is Where the Heart is,Bill Eakin, Aganetha Dyck, Lynda Gammon and Wanda Koop), Volume 16#1, 48-49.

"WandaKoop," (visual art review of "Recent Paintings"), Volume 22#1 (#85), 60-61.

"Landscapex 4: Geoffrey James, Alex Cameron, Jennifer Stead, Kelly Richardson," (visualart review), Volume 27#2 (#106), 98-100.

"MasterBewilder," (visual art review: Les images volubiles/Eloquent Images byMichel Campeau), Volume 16#2, 59-60.

"MichaelBoss and Leslie Thompson," (visual arts review), Volume 21#4 (#84), 84-86.

"TheMyth Universe Pageant," (visual art review: "Kunstwelten im Dialog - vonGauguin zur Globalen Gegenwart" - "Art Worlds in Dialogue - From Gauguin to theGlobal Present"), Volume 19#2 (#74), 77-79.

"Photogothy,"(photography review: Barber's Music by Donigan Cumming), Volume 18#3(#71), 56-57.

"ReservationX," (visual art review: Reservation X), Volume 17#3 (#67), 71-73.

"RobertKananaj," (visual art review), Volume 22#3 (#87), 100.

"SeriousPlay," (visual art review: Crossings), Volume 17#4 (#68),71-74.

"SpringHurlbut, White Exploits," visual art review: Tomb Guardian, Volume 20#3(#79), 84-85.

"StephenHutchings," (visual art review), Volume 28#1(#109), 100-102.

 

Hall,John

 

about

 

"AscendingPleasures," Michael Crabb, (review: John Hall: Traza de Evidencia), Volume13#3, 55-56.

"OddMan Out: An Interview with John Hall," Robert Enright, Volume 8#3, 8-19.

 

Hamilton, Ann

 

interview

 

"TheAesthetics of Wonder: An Interview with Ann Hamilton," Robert Enright, Volume19#2 (#74), 18-33.

 

about

 

"Gettingto the Heart of the Matterings," Bob McGee (visual art review: Ann Hamilton'sexhibitions the body and the object: 1984 to 1997 and mattering),Volume 18#2 (#70), 68-69.

 

Hanec, Greg

 

about

 

"TunesToo Plenty: A Review of Tunes A Plenty," K. George Godwin, Volume 8#1,31-32.

 

Hanks,Bruce

 

portfolios

 

"PeaceDirectives: A Portfolio of Photographs by Bruce Hanks," introduction byRobert Enright, Volume 5#2, 23-28.

 

Hannah,Adad

 

"TheQuébec Triennial," (visual arts review by Stephen Horne), Volume 27 #3 (#107),177-179.

 

Hannan,Eleanor

 

"ADeclaration and a Plea: The Under Thirty Show," Volume 2#3, 35-38.

"SimpleActs of Art-Making," Volume 3#2, 36-37.

 

reviews

 

"WandaKoop: "Building in the Pool of the Black Star," Volume 2#4, 42.

 

Hansen,Mike

 

About

 

"BeddyBuys," (visual arts review by Robert Enright), Volume 21#1 (#81), 12.

 

Haraldsson,Arni

 

About

 

"Photographyagainst itself: On Arni Haraldsson," (photography review by ChristopherBrayshaw) Volume 21#2 (#82), 60-66.

 

journal

 

"In theSecond World: A Journal," (re: Bauhaus), Volume 25#3 (#99), 54-60.

 

Harbuz,Ann

 

about

 

"Wouldthe Real Art Please Stand Up," Greg Beatty, (re: Ann Harbuz: InsideCommunity, Outside Convention), Volume 15#2, 52-53.

 

Haring,Keith

 

about

 

"HaringBones: Rattling the Career of Keith Haring," Tony Luppino, Volume 17#1, 28-32.

 

Harms,Carla

 

reviews

 

"RyokoSuzuki," (visual arts review), Volume 27#3 (#107), 176-177.

 

Harrington,Michael

 

about

 

"Michael Harrington," (visual art review by PetraHalkes), Volume 24#3 (#95), 110-111.

 

Harris,Frann

 

articles

 

"BustleHustle: The Discreet Charm of Opera Atelier," Volume 13#4, 80-82.

 

Harris,Lawren S.

 

"FacingNorth," visual art Lawren Stewart Harris: A Painter's Progress, JamesTrainor, Volume 20#1 (#77), 61-63.

 

Harrison,Julia D.

 

about

 

"Metis,People Between Two Worlds: A Review," Virgil Benoit, Volume 4#3, 34.

 

Harron,Mary

 

about

 

"A Film onthe Verge of a Murderous Breakdown," Robert Enright (column re: I shot AndyWarhol), Volume19#2 (#74), 10-11.

 

Hart,Evelyn

 

about

 

"MovingIntimacies: A Conversation with Evelyn Hart," Robert Enright, Volume 11#1,9-17.

 

Hartland-Rowe,Sara

 

review

 

"Aroundand About Painting," (re: "Hungry Eyes" curated by Monica Tap, "Posers" curatedby Matthew Reichertz, "We Build Excitement" curated by Chris Lloyd), Volume22#1 (#85), 65-67.

 

Hartline,Sandra

 

fiction

 

"Kingof the High Cs," Volume 8#3, 34-37.

 

Hartman,John

 

about

 

"JohnHartman," Meredith Dault (visual art review re: "Cities"), Volume 26#3 (#103),128-129.

 

Harvey,Kenneth J.

 

about

 

"NotVery Good Bad Boy," Wayne Tefs, (re: The Hole That Must Be Filled),Volume 13#4, 74-75.

 

Harway,Judith

 

"AnArtist-in-the Schools in Rural Manitoba: First Impressions," Volume 2#4,59-62.

"ARebuilt House: The Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra," Volume 2#2, 18-21.

 

poetry

 

"EveTalks to Herself," Volume 2#3, 67.

"SharedBirthday," Volume 2#3, 67.

 

Haskin,Ben

 

about

 

"Vaudevillefor the Television Generation: Stage West in Perspective," Reg Skene,Volume 3#3, 21.

 

Hassan,Jamelie

 

reviews

 

"ParallelEnergies," Fred Wah (re: Jamelie-Jamila Project: a collaborative bookworkby j. hassan & j. ismail) Volume 12#3, 61.

 

Hastings,Sascha

 

articles

 

"Diplomaciesof the Built World: Berlin's New Embassies," Volume 25#2 (#98), 76-82.

 

Hatt,Gordon

 

"BrentRoe," (visual arts review of "Who Means What"), Volume 21#3(#83), 86-88.

 

Hatt,Shari

 

about

 

"Hats Offto the Dogs," Nancy Tousley, (photography review: "Dogs" by Shari Hatt), Volume19#3 (#75), 78-79.

"ShariHatt," (visual art review of "Shari Hatt: New Work" by Susan Close), Volume22#1 (#85), 75-76.

 

Hauser,Iris

 

review

 

"Remodellingthe Gaze," (visual art review: "Body Language," Elsbeth Coop & IrisHauser), Volume 20#2 (#78), 126-127.

 

Häussler, Iris

 

about

 

"Insidethe Outsider's Mind: Iris Häussler's The Legacy of Joseph Wagenbach,"article by Andrea Carson, Volume 26#2 (#102), 64-70.

 

Havana Biennial

 

"CloseEncounters of a Distant Kind," Ming Tiampo, Volume 20#1 (#77), 73-75.

 

Havelda,John

 

about

 

"TheCombinator," borderview by Robert Enright, Volume 26#4 (#104), 20-21.

 

Haverluck,Bob

 

"Whya Pig?" article, Volume 7#4, 64-67.

"LoveLetters," Volume 9#4, 64-66.

 

Hawkes,John

 

about

 

"Complicities:A  Conversation Between David Salleand John Hawkes," Interview by Robert Enright, Volume 9#4, 28-40.

 

Hay,Sherri

 

About

 

"SUPERHAPPY LUCKY ITCH," (visual art review of installation piece with Camilla Singhby Nadja Sayej), Volume 26#1 (#101), 96-98.

 

Hayes,Derek

 

about

 

"HistoricalAtlas of Canada: Canada's History Illustrated with Original Maps by DerekHayes," (book review by David Rozniatowski), Volume 22#1 (#85), 77-78.

 

Hayeur,Isabelle

 

"TheQuébec Triennial," (visual arts review by Stephen Horne), Volume 27 #3 (#107),177-179.

 

Hayman,Patrick

 

about

 

"FromHistory to Myth: Themes in the Work of Patrick Hayman," Peter Millard,Volume 1#1, 26-29.

 

Head, Bruce

 

about

 

"BruceHead and Winston Leathers," (visual art review by Amy Karlinsky), Volume 22#3(#87), 83-84.

 

Heartney,Eleanor

 

"T.L.Solien: The Sympathetic Wizard of Storytelling," Volume 4#4, 78-80.

 

Heath,Caroline

 

about

 

"DoubleBond: An Anthology of Prairie Women's Fiction, A Review," Diane McGifford,Volume 4#2, 23-24.

 

poetry

 

"ThreePoems," Volume 7#3, 31.

 

Heath,Dave

 

about

 

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