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Title: “It’s All Happening So Fast: A Counter-History of the Modern Canadian Environment”
Author: Tracy Valcourt
Date: September 2017
Issue: Volume 36, Number 3: Painting (#143)
Page: 117-118
Section: Crossovers   Tags: canadian art
Subject: Canadian Art
Title: Wim Delvoye
Author: Tracy Valcourt
Date: May 2017
Issue: Volume 36, Number 2: Photography & Film (#142)
Page: 93-95
Section: Crossovers   Tags: sculpture, wim delvoye
Subject: Wim Delvoye
Title: Robert Mapplethorpe
Author: Tracy Valcourt
Date: December 2016
Issue: Volume 35, Number 4: Sound Film Photography (#140)
Page: 88-0
Subject: Robert Mapplethorpe
Title: Resonant Gestures
The Art of Joan Jonas
Author: Tracy Valcourt
Date: August 2016
Issue: Volume 35, Number 3: Painting (#139)
Page: 114-0
Section: Articles   Tags: joan jonas
Subject: Joan Jonas
Title: The Post Photographic Condition
Le Mois de la Photo à Montréal
Author: Tracy Valcourt
Date: March 2016
Issue: Volume 35, Number 1 (#137)
Page: 72-78
Section: Articles   Tags: photography
Subject: Le Mois de la Photo à Montréal
Title: Jon Rafman
Author: Tracy Valcourt
Date: December 2015
Issue: Volume 34, Number 4: Son et Lumière (#136)
Page: 99-0
Section: Crossovers   Tags: jon rafman
Subject: Jon Rafman
Title: Yinka Shonibare MBE
Author: Tracy Valcourt
Date: August 2015
Issue: Volume 34, Number 3: Painting (#135)
Page: 122-0
Section: Crossovers   Tags: mbe, yinka shonibare
Subject: Yink Shonibare
Title: Nowhereworlds
The Othered Ecologies of Jim Holyoak
Author: Tracy Valcourt
Date: March 2015
Issue: Volume 34, Number 1: we are monsters (#133)
Page: 88-0
Section: Articles   Tags: drawing, jim holyoak
Title: Jake and Dinos Chapman
Author: Tracy Valcourt
Date: September 2014
Issue: Volume 33, Number 3: Painting (#131)
Page: 138-140
Subject: Jake and Dinos Chapman
Title: William Eakin
Author: Tracy Valcourt
Date: March 2014
Issue: Volume 33, Number 1: Influence (#129)
Page: 89-90
Section: Crossovers
Subject: William Eakin
Title: Cory Arcangel
Author: Tracy Valcourt
Date: December 2013
Issue: Volume 32, Number 4 (#128)
Page: 95-96
Section: Crossovers
Subject: Cory Arcangel
Title: Review of Taryn Simon’s ” A Living Man Declared Dead and Other Chapter I - XVII”
Author: Tracy Valcourt
Date: December 2012
Issue: Volume 31, Number 4: Made and unMade (#124)
Page: 0-0
Section: Crossovers
Title: Chronicles of a Disappearance
Author: Tracy Valcourt
Date: May 2012
Issue: Volume 31, Number 2: Arnaud Maggs (#122)
Page: 0-0
Section: Crossovers
Title: Berlinde De Bruyckere / John Currin
Author: Tracy Valcourt
Date: December 2011
Issue: Volume 30, Number 4: John Currin (#120)
Page: 106-107
Section: Crossovers
Title: Ceal Floyer
Author: Tracy Valcourt
Date: May 2011
Issue: Volume 30, Number 2: Brian Jungen (#118)
Page: 113-114
Section: Crossovers, Reviews
Subject: “Ceal Floyer,” curated by John Zeppetelli and exhibited at DHC/ ART Foundation for Contemporary Art in Montreal
Title: “Pop Life: Art in a Material World”
Author: Tracy Valcourt
Date: September 2010
Issue: Volume 29, Number 3: Drawing (#115)
Page: 139-141
Section: Crossovers, Reviews
Subject: “Pop Life: Art in Material World” at the National Gallery of Canada
Title: Marcel Dzama
Author: Tracy Valcourt
Date: May 2010
Issue: Volume 29, Number 2: Marcel x 3 (#114)
Page: 92-94
Section: Crossovers, Reviews
Subject: Marcel Dzama’s “Of Many Turns,” curated by Mark Lanctôt, at the Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal
Title: Grier Edmundson
Author: Tracy Valcourt
Date: March 2010
Issue: Volume 29, Number 1: Performance (#113)
Page: 90-92
Section: Crossovers, Reviews
Subject: Grier Edmundson’s “The Work Ahead of Us” at Battat Contemporary in Montreal
Date: June 2009
Issue: Volume 28, Number 2 (#110)
Page: 100-102
Section: Crossovers, Reviews
Subject: “2666” by Roberto Bolaño, translated from Spanish by Natasha Wimmer
Title: iCuba! Art and History from 1868 to Today
Author: Tracy Valcourt
Date: May 2008
Issue: Volume 27, Number 2: Ed Ruscha (#106)
Page: 85-87
Section: Crossovers, Reviews
Subject: “iCuba! Art and History from 1868 to Today,” curated by Nathalie Bondil, at Musée des beaux-arts de Montréal
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