Joanne Tod

Grenville, Bruce and Douglas, Stan. Joanne Tod. Saskatoon, Sask.: Mendel Art Gallery; Toronto, Ont.: The Power Plant, 1991.

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Abstract (English)

Grenville demonstrates how Tod's work challenges the patriarchal tradition of painting by questioning issues of race and gender through her reconceptualization of space and her use of montage. Referring to appropriation, authorship and postmodernism, Douglas situates Tod's work within the context of criticism in Toronto in the 1980s. Biographical notes. Circa 70 bibl. ref.

Types: Catalogues > Exhibition catalogues
All Contributors: Grenville, Bruce (Curator); Grenville, Bruce (Author); Douglas, Stan (Author); MacKay, Allan (Prefacer); White, Peter (Prefacer); Dompierre, Louise (Prefacer); Tod, Joanne (Artist); Tod, Joanne (Prefacer)
Dossier: 410 - TOD, JOANNE
Collation: 64 p. : 26 ill. (9 col.) ; 28 x 20 cm
ISBN: 0919863647
Language of Publication: English
Publishers: Saskatoon, Sask.: Mendel Art Gallery; Toronto, Ont.: The Power Plant
Artists: Tod, Joanne
Critics / Curators / Historians: Grenville, Bruce
Event Statement: Exhibition organized by the Mendel Art Gallery and The Power Plant. -Itinerary: 28 June - 25 Aug. 1991, The Power Plant (Toronto) ; 20 Sept. - 3 Nov. 1991, Mendel Art Gallery (Saskatoon) ; 29 Nov. 1991 - 16 Feb. 1992, The Winnipeg Art Gallery.
Keywords: APPROPRIATION; POSTMODERNISM
Deposited by: e-Artexte administrator
Date Deposited: 16 Sep 1991
Last Modified: 13 Apr 2012 15:10
URI: http://e-artexte.ca/id/eprint/3593
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