Political Landscapes #1 : Canadian Artists Exploring Perceptions of the Land
Hogbin, Stephen and Algie, Jim and Thomas, Paul and Gibson, Susan Fenton and Beam, Carl and Boyle, John B. and Hawksbridge, Joan and Marchessault, Robert and Noestheden, John and Hughes, Kenneth James and Reitzenstein, Reinhard and Smutylo, Allen and Horan, George and Laiwan. Political Landscapes #1 : Canadian Artists Exploring Perceptions of the Land. Owen Sound, Ont.: Tom Thomson Memorial Art Gallery, 1989.
Hogbin traces a history of attitudes towards the environment since the late 1800's in Canada, analyzing the work of the 11 participating artists. Algie focuses on Ojibway culture and the history of the land in the Owen Sound region, while Thomas defines a conceptual framework based on notions of political landscape, land use and site. Includes poems, artist's statements and biographical notes. Bibl. 1 p.
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