Everywhere and Anywhere - Meeka Walsh on Douglas Coupland, The Globe & Mail

Posted in by Border Crossings on February 2 2015

Douglas Coupland is everywhere these days and in a feature article in the weekend Globe & Mail, James Adams went to “four art smart” writers to find out why he performs, in the estimation of Meeka Walsh, “such a perfect assessment of where we are at the moment’. In addition to Ms Walsh, the editor of Border Crossings, all three of the other writers commenting on Coupland’s ubiquity, are regular contributors to the magazine. They include Contributing Editor, Robin Laurence, painter and critic, John Kissick, and Andrew Kear, the curator of Historical Canadian Art at the Winnipeg Art Gallery.

Read James Adams’ Coupland article in The Globe and Mail.

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