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Greg Hill, Gerald McMaster, Virginia Eichhorn, Alan Corbiere, Crystal Migwans and Ann BeamCarl Beam was a powerful voice in contemporary art in Canada. A key Anishnaabe artist, he drew upon all the cultural resources at the disposal of a contemporary artist. This catalogue, exhibition and tour of fifty magnificent and challenging works by Beam, is the first such opportunity to...

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Inuksuit: Silent Messengers of the ArcticAuthor - Norman HallendyDouglas & McIntyre, 2000Softcover, 127 pages10.5 x 9.5 inches52 PhotographsISBN: 1-55054-874-3The first comprehensive book about the Arctic’s ancient stone figures called inuksuit, as told by Inuit elders to author Norman Hallendy, together with his rare and wonderful photographs.The mysterious stone figures known as inuksuit can be found throughout the circumpolar world. Built...

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Arctic Voices in a Land of Vast Horizons7 x 10.5 inches, 328 pagesGreystone Books, 2016An unforgettable and beautifully illustrated memoir of one man’s journeys in the eastern Arctic over 50 years, and a revealing look into the world of the Inuit.Arctic researcher, author, and photographer Norman Hallendy’s journey to the far north began in 1958, when many Inuit, who traditionally...

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hardcover, Author: Shirley MadillHardcover, 128 pagesThe Canadian Art Library, 202180 full-colour illustrations4 key chapters: Biography, Key Works, Significance & Critical Issues and Style & TechniqueGlossary of important terms, people, and organizations– Illustrated list of public galleries and institutions where you can see the artist’s workRobert Houle has played a critical and defining role in bridging the gap between First Nations...

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Hardcover, 160 pagesPublished by Goose Lane Editions with Art Gallery of Ontario, 2018Two generations of Inuit artists challenging the parameters of tradition.Kenojuak Ashevak shot to fame in 1970 when Canada Post printed The Enchanted Owl, a print of a black-and-red plumed nocturnal bird, on a postage stamp. She later became known as the magic-marker-wielding "grandmother of Inuit art," famous for...