Canadian Art (Magazine), Fall 1989, Volume 6, Number 3 - The Homeless Vehicle Project / A Sculptor's Furniture / The Face as History


128 pages. Features: The Female Gaze; A continuing look at gangs and the media; Cultural amnesia; The visionary physics of Tom Dean; Tracing personal and cultural history with Irene F. Whittome; Photographer and book designer Michael Torosian; Medrie MacPhee's industrial poetics; Stan Douglas does battle with the armies of the modernist night; The furniture of sculptor John McKinnon; Jack Goldstein - epiphany as white noise, by Douglas Coupland; and more. Unmarked with moderate wear. A sound copy.

Title: Canadian Art (Magazine), Fall 1989, Volume 6, Number 3 - The Homeless Vehicle Project / A Sculptor's Furniture / The Face as History

Author: Crean, Susan; Dault, Gary M.; Scott, John; Holubizky, Ihor; Milry, Sarah; Milroy, Sarah; Gale, Peggy; Reeves, John; Freedman, Adele; Danzker, Jo-Anne Birnie; McKinnon, John; Coupland, Douglas

Categories: Magazine Back Issues, Art, Canadiana,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: Toronto, Maclean-Hunter, Ltd. / Key Publishers: 1989

Binding: Single Issue Magazine

Condition: Very Good

Size: 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall

Seller ID: 417h2973

Keywords: Canadian Art (Magazine), Fall 1989, Volume 6, Number 3 - The Homeless Vehicle Project / A Sculptor's Furniture / The Face as History Female Gaze; A continuing look at gangs and the media; Cultural amnesia; The visionary physics of Tom Dean; Tracing personal and cultural history with Irene F. Whittome; Photographer and book designer Michael Torosian; Medrie MacPhee's industrial poetics; Stan Douglas does battle with the armies of the modernist night; The furniture of sculptor John McKinnon; Jack Goldstein - epiphany as white noise, by Douglas Coupland,