Canadian Art (Magazine), Winter / December 1984, Volume 1, Number 2: Ron Longstaffe


96 pages. Features: Ron Longstaffe - patron saint of the Vancouver Art Gallery (cover photo and article); The work of Betty Goodwin; AGO celebrates 150th anniverary of the birth of James McNeill Whistler; Saskatoon - an isolated bastion of modernism or a community in which art and artists thrive?; Nam June Paik - a veteran of Canada's video scene talks with the grand-daddy of video art; Loris Calzolari's survey of contemporary international design; Vancouver - her new art is downtown, down-market and high decibel; Reading Philip Monk; Stitt collection donated to the Art Gallery of Hamilton; and more. Address label removed from front cover. Back cover roughed up, otherwise a sound copy.

Title: Canadian Art (Magazine), Winter / December 1984, Volume 1, Number 2: Ron Longstaffe

Author: Rossiter, Sean; Freedman, Adele; Dault, Gary M.; Enright, Robert; Lewis, Marien; Day, Peter; Perry, Arthur

Categories: Magazine Back Issues, Art, Canadiana,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: Toronto, Maclean-Hunter, Ltd. / Key Publishers: 1984

Binding: Single Issue Magazine

Condition: Fair

Size: 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall

Seller ID: 417h2984

Keywords: Vancouver Art Gallery (cover photo and article); The work of Betty Goodwin; AGO celebrates 150th anniverary of the birth of James McNeill Whistler; Saskatoon - an isolated bastion of modernism or a community in which art and artists thrive?; Nam June Paik - a veteran of Canada's video scene talks with the grand-daddy of video art; Loris Calzolari's survey of contemporary international design; Vancouver - her new art is downtown, down-market and high decibel; Reading Philip Monk; Stitt collection donated to the Art Gallery of Hamilton Canadian Art (Magazine), Winter / December 1984, Volume 1, Number 2: Ron Longstaffe,