You can read my article on the relationship between books and photography in the new issue of Atlantic Books Today -- available free at your local bookstore. You will also be able to read it digitally here.
My book Gerald Ferguson: Thinking of Painting (Gaspereau Field Guides to Canadian Artists #2) was selected as an Editor's Pick in the recent issue of Atlantic Books Today.
In the same issue of ABT my book Alex Colville: A Rebellious Mind (Gaspereau Field Guides to Canadian Artists #3) is feature dint he Notable Quotables section.
You can read my latest post for Halifax Magazine here.
The hooked rug depicted here is untitled, by Mary Wile. It is based on a painting by Franklin Carmichael (1890-1945).
If you're in Fredericton on March 21, at 7 pm, I hope you can join me at the Beaverbrook Art Gallery where I will be reading from my three Gaspereau Press books on Mary Pratt, Gerald Ferguson, and Alex Colville.
Find our more information here.
My new book Alex Colville: A Rebellious Mind, #3 in my Gaspereau Field Guides to Canadian artists series, has just been published. You can get it at better bookstores or order it here.
My article Familiar Others was translated into French and appears as Les altéritiés familières: le point de vue animal de Duke et Battersby in the latest issue of Espace art actuel.
For my anglophone friends the original English version is available below.
My article Minding the Arts: The Visual Understanding of Gerald Ferguson is in the latest issue of Border Crossings, #148. You can find it on newsstands or get a copy here.
My review of Close to the Edge... The Work of Gerald Ferguson is now live at Canadian Art On-line. You can read it here: https://canadianart.ca/reviews/gerald-ferguson/
Find out more about the exhibition here: https://www.artgalleryofnovascotia.ca/exhibitions/close-edge-work-gerald-ferguson
Gerald Ferguson, Neoclassical Still Lifes, 1994, Enamel on canvas. 117.8 x 134.6 cm.