Art Gallery of Alberta

Catalogues

2000-2009

Koshashin


Sylvain Voyer

A survey of the work of this senior Albertan artist, from 1954 to the present. Accompanies an exhibition organized by the Art Gallery of Alberta, January 17–March 22, 2009.

Curated by Marcus Miller
Essays by John Geiger and Marcus Miller

ISBN 978-0-88950-150-8
21.5 x 21.5 cm
Paperback | 64 pp | 63 colour and 5 B&W photographs


Face The Nation

Features a selection of 8 contemporary artists from across Canada whose works address issues of history, representation and identity, and the important role that art plays in creating, reinforcing and also undermining myths and stereotypes of people and cultures. Accompanies an exhibition organized by the Art Gallery of Alberta, June 21 – September 21, 2008

Curated by Catherine Crowston
Essay by Ryan Rice

ISBN 978-0-88950-149-2
21.5 x 21.5 cm
Paperback | 68 pp | 37 colour and 13 B&W photographs


Seeing Through Modernism: Edmonton 1970 – 1985

Examines the people and ideas that shaped the Edmonton Art Community and traces the important links and divergences between The Edmonton Art Gallery (now the Art gallery of Alberta) and the University of Alberta during these years that continue to be felt today. This publication was produced to complement an exhibition, held at the Art Gallery of Alberta and the Fine Arts Building Gallery, University of Alberta, March 1– May 31, 2008.

Researched and Curated by Dr. Anne Whitelaw

ISBN 978-0-88950-148-5
21.5 x 21.5 cm
Paperback | 65 pp | 25 colour and 10 B&W photographs


Generation

Features 9 contemporary artists from Canada and the United States, whose work investigates the images, ideals and anxieties of North American youth. This publication was produced to complement an exhibition, organized by the Art Gallery of Alberta, January 18 – March 24, 2008.

Essay by Catherine Crowston

ISBN 978-0-88950-147-8
21.5 x 21.5 cm
Paperback | 54 pp | 58 colour and 4 B&W photographs


The 2007 Alberta Biennial of Contemporary Art:
Living Utopia and Disaster

Featuring the work of 22 Alberta artists, this publication was produced to complement an exhibition co-presented by the Art Gallery of Alberta and the Walter Phillips Gallery at the Banff Centre, June 23, 2007 – January 6, 2008.

Curated by Catherine Crowston and Sylvie Gilbert
Text by Donna Brunsdale and Gary Burns

Includes a celebration of the work of Alex Janvier, organized and presented by the Art Gallery of Calgary, August 31, 2007 – January 6, 2008

Curated by Donna Wawzonek
Essay by Donna Wawzonek

ISBN 978-0-88950-146-1
21.5 x 21.5 cm
Paperback | 79 pp | 63 colour photographs


Capital Modern: A Guide to Edmonton Architecture & Urban Design 1940 – 1969

Essays by Trevor Body, Shafraaz Kaba, David Murray & Marianne Fedori, and Troy Smith. Photography by James Dow Accompanies an exhibition held at the Art Gallery of Alberta, June 8 – August 26, 2007

ISBN 978-0-88950-145-4
15 x 22.7 cm
Paperback | 159pp | 65 colour and 94 B&W photographs


China Sensation: New Art from Chengdu

Featuring the work of 22 artists from Chengdu, the capital city of Sichuan, in the People’s Republic of China. This publication was produced to complement an exhibition, organized by the Art Gallery of Alberta and the Chengdu Profound Culture Promoting Co., Ltd., April 13 – June 10, 2007.

ISBN 0-88950-144-0
25.5 x 25.5 cm
Hardcover | 53pp | 39 colour and 2 B&W photographs


The Road: Constructing the Alaska Highway

Visual impressions of the highway from its construction during World War II to today, by artists, photographers and filmmakers. This publication was produced to complement a national touring exhibition, organized by the Art Gallery of Alberta, June 10, 2005–June 11, 2006

Curated by Catherine Crowston and Andrew Hunter
History by Kenneth Coates
Essays by Andrew Hunter and Catherine Crowston

ISBN 978-0-88950-143-0
25 x 20.3 cm
Paperback | 159pp | 96 colour and 63 B&W photographs


Rob, Terry and Tom O’Flanagan: Field Notes

Catalogue of an exhibition held at The Edmonton Art Gallery
March 5, 2004 – June 6, 2004.

Foreword by Catherine Crowston
Essay by Sky Glabush

ISBN 0-88950-139-4
26.7 x 20.3 cm
Paperback | 40pp | 21 colour illustrations


Maxwell Bates: A Canadian Expressionist

Catalogue of an exhibition held at The Edmonton Art Gallery
February 21 – April 18, 2004.

Foreword by Catherine Crowston
Introduction by David P. Silcox
Essays by Robin Skelton and Michael Morris

ISBN 0-88950-141-6
26.5 x 19.25 cm
Paperback | 127pp | 78 colour illustrations


The Other Landscape

Catalogue of an exhibition held at The Edmonton Art Gallery
Oct. 17, 2003 – Feb. 1, 2004.

Text and design by Andrew T. Hunter

ISBN 0-88950-137-8
20.0 x 15.0 cm
Paperback | 70pp | 68 illustrations, 45 in colour


Revolve

Catalogue of an exhibition held at The Edmonton Art Gallery, April 6 – June 10, 2001. Work by three Canadian women sculptors: Catherine Burgess, Judith Schwarz, and Martha Townsend.

Curated by Catherine Crowston
Essay by David Garneau

ISBN 0-88950-129-7
21.00 x 26.50 cm
Paperback | 30pp | 20 B&W photographs


Brion Gysin – Tuning in to the Multimedia Age

The Exhibition, Brion Gysin: I Am That I Am, held at The Edmonton Art Gallery in 1998 and curated by Bruce Grenville and José Férez Kuri, was the first comprehensive survey of Brion Gysin’s work to be produced in North America.

(In association with The Edmonton Art Gallery)
Edited by José Férez Kuri published by Thames and Hudson, U.K., 2003

ISBN 0500 284385
25.0 x 25.0 cm
Paperback with flaps including 2 foldouts
240pp | 246 illustrations, 195 in colour

2010-present

The Murder of Crows


Art Gallery of Alberta: Randall Stout Architects