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1 ARNOLD, Grant, ed. HENRY, Karen, ed. Traffic : Conceptual Art in Canada, 1965-1980.
Art Gallery of Alberta, Halifax INK, Justina M. Barnicke Gallery, &c. , Edmonton, Halifax, Toronto, Montreal, Vancouver, 2012, ISBN:9781895442885 
ARNOLD, Grant, and Karen HENRY, eds. Traffic : Conceptual Art in Canada, 1965-1980. (Edmonton, Halifax, Toronto, Montreal, and Vancouver) : Published by: Art Gallery of Alberta, Halifax INK, Justina M. Barnicke Gallery, Leonard & Bina Ellen Art Gallery, Vancouver Art Gallery, (2012). Distributed by Douglas & McIntyre. Pp. (6),[7]-174,(2). Illustrated. Large 8vo, decorated blue glossy paper covered boards, white and black lettering to front and spine. Cover illustration is a reproduction of Gerald Ferguson's "The Standard Corpus of Present Day English Language Usage arranged by word length and alphabetized within word length", 1970, detail. Foreword by Kathleen S. Barthels, Catherine Crowston, Peter Dykhuis, Barbara Fischer, [and] Michele Theriault. Introduction by Grant Arnold, Vincent Bonin, Catherine Crowston, Barbara Fischer, Michele Theriault, [and] Jayne Wark. Contents: "Conceptual Art in Canada: The East Coast Story" (by Jayne Wark); "Language Is Not Transparent: Translating Conceptual Art in Montreal" (by Vincent Bonin); "DatedConceptualism: Toronto, London, Guelph" (by William Wood); "Episodes in Co nceptual Art on the Prairies" (by Catherine Crowston, with Grant Arnold); "Reference / Cross Reference: Conceptual Art on the West Coast" (by Grant Arnold); "Early Conceptual Practices in Context: A Conversation" (by Blair French, Lucy Lippard, Chantal Pontbriand, Mari Carmen Ramirez, [and] Charlotte Townsend-Gault. Jeff Khonsary, Moderator); "Conceptual Art in Canada 1965-1980: An Annotated Chronology" (by Vincent Bonin and Grant Arnold). Two small bumps to board edges, else very good. 35.00

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2 Art Exhibition) Anna Leonowens Gallery Alumni Exhibition
1983, 
(Art Exhibition). The Alumni Exhibition. Curated by: Julia Davidson, Gemey Kelly, David Peters, Sheila Stevenson. (Halifax) : Anna Leonowens Gallery, Nova Scotia College of Art and Design, October 1-22, 1983. Pp (4),5-56. Illustrated. 4to, card covers. Vg. 9.00

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3 ASKEVOLD, David Enlightened Symbols [artist's poster]
2000, 
ASKEVOLD, David. Enlightened Symbols [artist's poster]. A 24 by 27 inch poster by David Askeviold, created as part of Wallpapers : An Installation andExhibiton of Walpaper Works by Nova Scotia College of Art and Design Facul ty, Alumni, and Guest Artists in Celebration of the Establishment of the NSCAD Archive at the Art Gallelry of Nova Scotia, 17 June 2000 - 14 January 2001. David Askevold (30 March 1940 – 23 January 2008) was an experimental Canadian artist who lived in Nova Scotia. Rolled up, else very good. 150.00

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4 BARBER, Bruce, ed. CONDE, Carole. BEVERIDGE, Karl. Conde and Beveridge : Class Works. First Edition, Paperback.
Press of the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design, Halifax, 2008, ISBN:9780919616486 
BARBER, Bruce, ed. Condé and Beveridge : Class Works. Edited by Bruce Barber. (Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada): The Press of the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design; published in association with the Agnes Etherington Art Centre, (2008). First Printing. Pp. (4),[5]-159,(1). Illustrated in colour. Large square 8vo, art illustrated card covers with white lettering to front cover and spine, French flaps. Foreword by Susan McEachern; preface by Jan Allen. "'Condé and Beveridge: Class Works' presents the first comprehensive examination of the collaborative art practice of Canadian photographic artists Carole Condé and Karl Beveridge. The book features 112 colour reproductions that illustrated their major photographic projects spanning a thirty-year career of working with organized labour to represent the increasingly complex relationships between paid work and global ethical and environmentalconcerns. 'Class Works' introduces Condé and Beveridge's artistic breakthr ough of 1976, 'It's Still Privileged Art', when the artists -- under the influence of their membership in Art & Language (NY) and the nascent Conceptual art movement -- turned from formalist art-making to social engagement and from individualized solo production to committed artistic collaboration. Condé and Beveridge's formulation of left-oriented discourses and their innovations in artistic form herald curent art practices in which art-making is understood as a symbolic articulation of human conditions and a tool of community formation." - from the rear cover. Contents: 1. Introduction: Class Issues in the Work of Carole Condé and Karl Beveridge (by Bruce Barber); 2. Working Culture (by Jan Allen); 3. Two Artists as Engaged Public Intellectuals (by D'Arcy Martin); 4. Reflections on the Politics of Practice and the Art of Condé and Beveridge (by Declan McGonagle); 5. The Art World and Its Other: Forever the Twain Shall Meet? (by Clive Robertson); 6. ...the RedGuards come and go, Talking of Michelangelo (by Allan Sekula); 7. The Poli tics of Recognition (by Dot Tuer). Very good. 35.00

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5 BLADES, Joe Casemate Poems. First Edition, Signed..
Widows & Orphans, Waterloo, ON, 2004, ISBN:0978413018 2004 
BLADES, Joe. Casemate Poems. (Waterloo, ON): Widows & Orphans, (2004). First Edition. Pp. (8),[9]-66,(2). Illustrated with several b&w photos including one of a Sarah Petite encaustic . 8vo, photo-illustrated white and grey card covers with dark grey titles to front and spine.

Joseph 'Joe' Blades (b. August 29, 1961, Halifax, Nova Scotia), poet, artist and publisher, raised in Elmsdale and Dartmouth. He graduated from Prince Andrew High School and NSCAD.

"The two suites of 'casemate poems' were written during two one-week artist-in-residence stints in 2003 in Fredericton, New Brunswick. These were public, interactive, residencies with visitors passing through the casemate workspace with two concurrent artists-in-residence scheduled for any given week.

During his residency, Blades had a typewriter set up on a table facing the open doorway of the casemate. It was always primed with a sheet of paper. In the tradition of writers in storefronts, as Blades finished composing each poem, it was attached to the casemate wall. Blades also took photographs inside and from within the casemate looking outward: images of the casemate itself, of his art in progress, photographs of the weaving looms, of the potter and pottery turned.

In this volume, Blades' poems and photographs are combined to produce a work that reflects the immediacy of their composition while enabling the reader to experience Blades' writing at their own pace." - from the rear cover.

Sections:
Near ghazals nb
casemate poems
casemate poems (part two)
afterword.

Very good. Signed, inscribed and dated 2004 by Blades on the title page. 15.00


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6 BLADES, Joe In the Valley of the Shadow of Poets' Corner. Limited Edition
Above Ground Press, Maxville, ON, 1994, 
BLADES, Joe. In the Valley of the Shadow of Poets' Corner. N. pl. : Above Ground Press, (1994). Pp. 24, [1]. 8vo, grey illustrated paper covers. Joseph 'Joe' Blades (b. August 29, 1961, Halifax, Nova Scotia), poet, artist andpublisher, raised in Elmsdale and Dartmouth. He graduated from Prince Andr ew High School and NSCAD. Poetry Chapbook series No. 5. This edition is limited to 300 copies. A collection of 15 poems by the New Brunswick author. Very good. 10.00

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7 BLADES, Joe Solstice
Silvae Filia Nobilis, 1994, 
BLADES, Joe. Solstice. For everyone who shares this Winter Solstice 21 December 1994 whether at Odell Park Lodge or elsewhere. Fredericopolis [Fredericton] : Silvae Filia Nobilis, (1994). Pp. 15. 8vo, grey ill. card covers. Joseph 'Joe' Blades (b. August 29, 1961, Halifax, Nova Scotia), poet, artistand publisher, raised in Elmsdale and Dartmouth. He graduated from Prince Andrew High School and NSCAD. A collection of poems by this New Brunswick author. Very good. 10.00

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8 BLADES, Joe Stones of My Flesh
Wild East Publishing Co-operative Ltd, Fredericton, 1992, 
BLADES, Joe. Stones of My Flesh. (Fredericton : Wild East Publishing Co-operative Ltd., 1992). Pp 1-12. 8vo, card covers. A book of poetry. Salamanca Chapbook Series No.11. Joseph 'Joe' Blades (b. August 29, 1961, Halifax, Nova Scotia), poet, artist and publisher, raised in Elmsdale and Dartmouth. He graduated from Prince Andrew High School and NSCAD. Very good. 10.00

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9 BLADES, Joe Synopsis
Book Rat 005, 1994, 
BLADES, Joe. Synopsis. Fredericton : Book Rat 005, (1994). Pp. 18. 8vo, redcard covers, black titles to front. Joseph 'Joe' Blades (b. August 29, 196 1, Halifax, Nova Scotia), poet, artist and publisher, raised in Elmsdale and Dartmouth. He graduated from Prince Andrew High School and NSCAD. A collection of 14 poems by the New Brunswick author. Very good. 10.00

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10 BORDUAS, Paul-Emile GAGNON, Francois-Marc, intro./ed./trans. YOUNG, Dennis, trans. Ecrits / Writings 1941-1958. in dj.
1978, 
BORDUAS, Paul-Emile. Ecrits / Writings 1941-1958. Introduced and edited by Francois-Marc Gagnon. English translation by FrancoisMarc Gagnon and DennisYoung. Halifax / N.Y.: The Press of the N.S. College of Art and Design / N .Y. University Press, (1978). Pp (6),7-160,(4). Illustrated. 4to, beige cloth. Very good in lightly nicked dust jacket. 45.00

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11 BORDUAS, Paul-Emile GAGNON, Francois-Marc, intro./ed./trans. YOUNG, Dennis, trans. Ecrits / Writings 1942-1958. card covers
1978, 
BORDUAS, Paul-Emile. Ecrits/Writings 1941-1958. Introduced and edited by Francois-Marc Gagnon. English translation by FrancoisMarc Gagnon and Dennis Young. Halifax/N.Y.: The Press of the N.S. College of Art and Design / N.Y. University Press, (1978). Pp (6),7-160,(4). Illustrated. 4to, card covers. Name, else vg. 30.00

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12 BUCHLOH, Benjamin H.D., Serge GUILBAUT, and David SOLKIN (eds.). SEKULA, Allen GREENBERG, Clement CLARK, T.J. Modernism and Modernity : The Vancouver Conference Papers. 2004 Edition.
Press of the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design / NSCAD, Halifax, N.S., 2004, ISBN:0919616410 
BUCHLOH, Benjamin H.D., Serge GUILBAUT, and David SOLKIN (eds.). Modernism and Modernity : The Vancouver Conference Papers. 2004 Edition. (Halifax, N.S.) : The Press of the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design, (2004). Pp (2),[i]-[xvii],(1),1-280,(4). Illustrated. 8vo, illustrated blue card covers,French flaps. Contents : Henri Lefebvre's “ Modernity and Modernism”; “The ses on Modernism”; Marcelin Pleynet's “Modernism - Modernity and the Philosophy of History”; Paul Hayes Tucker's “Monet and the Bourgeois Dream: Argenteuil and the Modern Landscape”; Hollis Clayson's “Avant-Garde and Pompier Images of 19th Century French Prostitution: The Matter of Modernism, Modernity and Social Ideology”; John Wilson Foster's “Romantic Revival, ModernistPrescription: An Irish Case-Study”; Benjamin H. D. Buchloh's “Figures of A uthority, Ciphers of Regression”; Allen Sekula's “The Traffic in Photographs”; Clement Greenberg's “To Cope with Decadence”; T. J. Clark's “More on the Differences between Comrade Greenberg and Ourselves”; Nicole Dubreuil-Blondin's “Feminism and Modernism: Paradoxes”; Thomas Crow's “Modernism and Mass Culture in the Visual Arts.” Very good. 35.00

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13 CAMERON, Eric English Roots
Sundog, Calgary, 2001, ISBN:0921613989 
CAMERON, Eric. English Roots. (Calgary : Printed by Sundog, 2001). Pp (3),iv-xvii,(1),[1]-175,(7). Illustrated. Index. 4to, illustrated white card covers. Eric Cameron was a former NSCAD faculty member. This monograph was published in conjunction with the artist's English Roots project initiated by The University of Lethbridge Art Gallery in 2001, and includes documentation of the related installations for Tate Gallery St. Ives, Leeds City Art Gallery, and the Halton Gallery, Newcastle upon Tyne, and texts by curators Jeffrey Spalding, Michael Tooby, Nigel Walsh, Andrew Burton, and Eric Cameron. Contents : The Canadaian Rootedness of Eric Cameron's Englishness : A foreword by Jeffrey Spalding; The St Ives Installation; The Leeds Installation; The Newcastle Installation; English Roots I; English Roots II; English Roots III; English Roots Looking Beyond; Appendix A - A Letter to Lynne Wynck; Appendix B - "One English Root"; Appendix C - from The Guardian, January21, 1967. ADDITIONAL SHIPPING CHARGES MAY APPLY FOR ORDERS OUTSIDE CANADA DUE TO ITS WEIGHT. Very good. 30.00

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14 CREATES, Marlene, curator Art Gallery of Memorial University, St. John's Newfoundland NEEDHAM, Wilma Diary Exhibition / Journaux Intimes
Art Gallery of Memorial University, St. John's Newfoundland, St. John's, 1987, 
CREATES, Marlene, curator. The Diary Exhibition / Journaux Intimes. St. John's : Art Gallery of Memorial University, St. John's Newfoundland, 1987. Pp[1]-60. Illustrated. 8vo, black & grey cardcovers. "An Exhibition of Diari stic artworks by 16 contemporary artisits / Une exposition d'ouevres en forme de journal par 16 artistes canadiens comtemporains" : Michel Campeau, Janine Carreau, May Chan, Patrick Close, Stephen Cruise, Martha Davis, Sara Diamond, Marcel Gosselin, Jamelie Hassan, Michael Mitchell, Carla Murray, Wilma Needham [then living in Dartmouth, teaching at NSCAD], Mary Paisley, Sandra Semchuk, Sandra Tivy and Geoffrey Wonnacott. April 2 - May 17, 1987. Foreword by Patricia Grattan. Cover crease and light edgewear, else very good. 20.00

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15 CROWELL, Frances, (ed.) KAULBACK, Ruth E. PUNCH, Terrence M. BARKHOUSE, Joyce Bluenose Magazine of Downeast Canada. Volume 2, Number 2, Fall 1977
Bluenose Magazine, Port Maitland, N.S., 1977, 
CROWELL, Frances, (ed.). Bluenose Magazine of Downeast Canada. Volume 2, Number 2, Fall 1977. Port Maitland, N.S.: Bluenose Magazine, 1977. Pp [1]-47,(1) including covers. Illustrated. Double Column. 4to, illustrated yellow stapled card covers. Contents : Finding Nova Scotian Roots (by Terry Saunders, pp 5-7); Wings Over Pigeboogwek (by Irene Lloyd Goodwin, pp 8-12); Lucy and Helen : Their art is a natural things (by John T. Mockett, pp 13-15); Secrets of the Wood Stove (by Ruth E. Kaulback, pp 16-18); The Beguiled : A Gentle Ghost Story (by Audrey Marsh, pp 19-20); 'Surely not a Walrus' (by Betty June Smith, pp 21-22); Bluenose Genealogy : 1. - The Acadians (by Terrence M. Punch, pp 23-24); A Trip to Halifax (by Esther Lewis, pp 25-27); Billowing Sails and Foaming Wakes (by Murrille E. Schofield, pp 28-30); To Get Rich Quick... (by Joyce Barkhouse, pp 31-32); October is the Outdoorsman's Opportunity (by Fulton D. Langille, pp 33-34); Julie's Garden (by M.V. Marshall, pp 35-36); Bluenose Sheepshearer (by Anne Hutten, pp 37-38); A Clamming We Will Go (by Dianne Copp. Pp 39-40); An Autumn Day (by Vera Marshall, pp 41-42); and more. Very good. 20.00

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16 DIVINEY, David, (ed.). ASKEVOLD, David CRONIN, Ray GALE, Peggy David Askevold : il était une fois dans l'est.
Goose Lane Editions / Art Gallery of Nova Scotia / AGNS, Fredericton, N.B. / Halifax, N.S., 2011, ISBN:9780864926661 
DIVINEY, David, (ed.). David Askevold : il était une fois dans l'est. (Fredericton, N.B.) : Goose Lane Editions / (Halifax, N.S.) : Musée des Beaux-Arts de la Nouvelle-Écosse, (2011). First Printing. Pp (6),7-143,(1). Illustrated. Index. 4to, black cloth, gilt lettering to spine. “L’artiste néo-écossais David Askevold (1940-2008) est reconnu pour sa contribution de premierplan au développement et à l’enseignement de l’art conceptuel. Certaines d e ses œuvres ont figuré dans l’exposition phare Information présentée au Museum of Modern Art à New York en 1970 qui a conféré au conceptualisme le statut de mouvement. Askevold est rapidement devenu l’un des conceptualistes les plus influents au Canada et ses œuvres ont figuré dans nombre des expositions et des textes fondateurs de ce genre. Tout au long de ses quarante années de carrière, Askevold est demeuré à l’avant-garde de la pratique contemporaine. Né à Conrad au Montana, Askevold a étudié à l’Université du Montana, à la Brooklyn Museum Art School et au Kansas City Art Institute avant de s’établir à Halifax en 1968 pour enseigner au Nova Scotia College of Artand Design. Au début des années 1970, son célèbre « cours de projets » (pr ojects class) a permis à ses étudiants de côtoyer des artistes tels Sol LeWitt, Vito Acconci, John Baldessari et Lawrence Weiner, attirant ainsi l’attention de la critique sur sa ville d’adoption et sur ses approches artistiques peu orthodoxes. Cet ouvrage illustré examine les différents champs d’exploration innovateurs d’Askevold : sculpture, installation, cinéma, vidéo, photo-texte, photographie et création d’images par ordinateur." (from the dj). Contents : Avant-propos du directeur (par Ray Cronin); Préface (par David Diviney); Il éait une fois dans l'Est: l'art narratif de David Askevold (par Ray Cronin); A la Recherche de David Askevold (par Peggy Gale); David Askevold (extrait de The Beat and the Buzz: inside the L.A. Art World) (parRichard Hertz); L.Issue (par Aaron Brewer); Le Language et l'Objet (par Ma rio Garcia Torres and David Askevold); Un Passé Hanté: les dernières photographie de David Askevold (par Irene Tsatsos); Commence @ Minuit (par Tony Oursler). The French edition. Very good in dustjacket. 32.50

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17 DIVINEY, David, (ed.). ASKEVOLD, David CRONIN, Ray GALE, Peggy David Askevold : Once Upon a Time in the East.
Goose Lane Editions / Art Gallery of Nova Scotia / AGNS, Fredericton, N.B. / Halifax, N.S., 2011, ISBN:9780864926593 
DIVINEY, David, (ed.). David Askevold : Once Upon a Time in the East. (Fredericton, N.B.) : Goose Lane Editions / (Halifax, N.S.) :Art Gallery of NovaScotia, (2011). First Printing. Pp [1]-141,(3). Illustrated. Index. 4to, b lack cloth, silver lettering to spine. “Nova Scotia artist David Askevold [b. 30 March 1940, Conrad, Montana – d. 23 January 2008, Halifax] is recognized as a key contributor to the development and pedagogy of conceptual art.His work was included in the seminal exhibition Information at New York's Museum of Modern Art in 1970 that cemented conceptualism as a movement. He quickly gained a reputation as one of the most influential conceptual artists in Canada, with his work appearing in many of the genre's formative texts and exhibitions. During his forty-year career, Askevold remained at the vanguard of contemporary practice. Askevold was born in Conrad, Montana. After studying at the University of Montana, Brooklyn Museum Art School, and Kansas City Art Institute, he moved to Halifax in 1968 to lecture at the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design. During the early 1970s, his famous Projects Class brought such artists as Sol LeWitt, Vito Acconci, John Baldessari, and Lawrence Weiner to work with his students, focusing critical attention on his adopted city and on his own unorthodox approach to making art. This illustrated volume examines the various strains of Askevold's pioneeringpractice — sculpture and installation, film and video, photo-text works an d photography, and computer-generated imagery.” (from the dj). Contents : Director's Foreword (by Ray Cronin); Preface (by David Diviney); Once Upon aTime in the East: David Askevold's Story Art (by Ray Cronin); Looking for David Askevold (by Peggy Gale); David Askevold (from The Beat and the Buz: Inside the L.A. Art World) (by Richard Hertz); Outcome (by Aaron Brewer); The Language and the Object (by Mario Garcia Torres and David Askevold); Haunted Past: The Late Photographs of David Askevold (by Irene Tsatsos); Start@ 12 AM (by Tony Oursler). Very good in dustjacket. 35.00

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18 FERGUSON, Gerald Firebacks [artist's poster]
2000, 
FERGUSON, Gerald. Firebacks [artist's poster]. A 24 by 27 inch poster by Gerald Ferguson, created as part of Wallpapers : An Installation and Exhibiton of Walpaper Works by Nova Scotia College of Art and Design Faculty, Alumni, and Guest Artists in Celebration of the Estavlishment of the NSCAD Archive at the Art Gallelry of Nova Scotia, 17 June 2000 - 14 January 2001. Gerald Ferguson (January 29, 1937 – October 8, 2009) was a conceptual artist and painter who lived and taught in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Rolled up, else very good. 150.00

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1,000,000 Grapes.  Signed Limited edition, FERGUSON, Gerald. FERGUSON, Gerald.
19 FERGUSON, Gerald. FERGUSON, Gerald. 1,000,000 Grapes. Signed Limited edition
MSVU Art Gallery, Halifax, 1998, 
FERGUSON, Gerald. 1,000,000 Grapes. (Halifax : the Artist / MSVU Art Gallery, 1998). Pp. (3), [100] leaves of black & white plates, one side only.4to,black card covers, white titles to front and spine. Published in conjuncti on with an exhibition held at MSVU Art Gallery in Halifax, NS October 21 - November 22, 1998. " 1,000,000 Grapes consists of one hundred , 48" x 48" canvasses with 10,000 grapes per canvas. Using a roller and a stencil of forty grapes, the stencil was rolled repeatedly with black latex enamel paint until the 10,000 grapes were completed. The canvas was then stretched and marked with the number of grapes on the surface as well as the cumulated total. each canvas was photographed. The photograph was then printed with the identification number below to make the book 1,000,000 Grapes." Limited to 300 copies. Gerald Ferguson (1937-2009) was a conceptual artist and painterwho lived and taught in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Very good, with the artist's inscription to the title page. 250.00

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20 FERGUSON, Gerald. PATTEN, James, curator. FERGUSON, Gerald. NEMIROFF, Diana, essay. Gerald Ferguson : Recent Paintings. The Winnipeg Art Gallery, January 30 toApril 28, 2002. Paperback.
Winnipeg Art Gallery, Winnipeg, 2002, ISBN:0889152128 
(FERGUSON, Gerald). Gerald Ferguson : Recent Paintings. The Winnipeg Art Gallery, January 30 to April 28, 2002. Curated by James Patten. Essay by Diana Nemiroff. (Winnipeg : Winnipeg Art Gallery, 2002). Pp. (1),2-136. Illustrated in colour. 8vo, art-illustrated black card covers with red lettering to front cover and white lettering to spine. Gerald Ferguson (1937-2009) wasa conceptual artist and painter who lived and taught in Halifax, Nova Scot ia. With a director's preface by Patricia E. Bovey. Also includes the essays "Like Painting" by James Patten (pp. 9-18) and "Late Style in the Work ofGerald Ferguson" by Diana Nemiroff (pp. 19-28). Includes illustrations of the 40 art works in the exhibition, as well as other photos. Very good. 40.00

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