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📒P11 Painters Eleven ✍ Iris Nowell
✏P11 Painters Eleven Book Summary : In 1953 eleven Canadian Abstract Expressionist artists banded together to break through the barricades of traditional art at a time when landscapes were about the only paintings collectors were buying. Hungry for recognition, raging against the art establishment that was shutting them out, they decided to form a collective, expecting they would gain more attention as a group than as solo artists. In 1954, The Painters Eleven—Jack Bush, Oscar Cahén, Hortense Gordon, Tom Hodgson, Alexandra Luke, Jock Macdonald, Ray Mead, Kazuo Nakamura, William Ronald, Harold Town and Walter Yarwood—held their first exhibition in Toronto. Initially the public response echoed the worldwide sentiments toward Abstract Expressionism —mockery and bewilderment. Nevertheless, the exhibition attracted wide public interest and criticism faded into acclaim from critics and collectors alike. A successful 1956 exhibition at the Riverside Gallery in New York even elicited praise from the influential critic Clement Greenberg. Packed with gorgeous full color reproductions, this highly detailed account reveals the influences of the indivudual artists on the group's dynamic art and uncovers why the Painters Eleven had such a struggle for recognition, and why they acheived it so masterfully.
📒Avant Canada ✍ Gregory Betts
✏Avant Canada Book Summary : Avant Canada presents a rich collection of original essays and creative works on a representative array of avant-garde literary movements in Canada from the past fifty years. From the work of Leonard Cohen and bpNichol to that of Jordan Abel and Liz Howard, Avant Canada features twenty-eight of the best writers and critics in the field. The book proposes four dominant modes of avant-garde production: “Concrete Poetics,” which accentuates the visual and material aspects of language; “Language Writing,” which challenges the interconnection between words and things; “Identity Writing,” which interrogates the self and its sociopolitical position; and “Copyleft Poetics,” which undermines our habitual assumptions about the ownership of expression. A fifth section commemorates the importance of the Centennial in the 1960s at a time when avant-garde cultures in Canada began to emerge. Readers of this book will become familiar with some of the most challenging works of literature—and their creators—that this country has ever produced. From Concrete Poetry in the 1960s through to Indigenous Literature in the 2010s, Avant Canada offers the most sweeping study of the literary avant-garde in Canada to date.
📒Hamilton Babylon ✍ Stephen Broomer
✏Hamilton Babylon Book Summary : Founded in 1966 at McMaster University by avant-garde filmmaker John Hofsess and future frat-comedy innovator Ivan Reitman, the McMaster Film Board was a milestone in the development of Canada's commercial and experimental film communities. McMaster's student film society quickly became the site of art filmmaking and an incubator for some of the country's most famous commercial talent - as the well as the birthplace of the first Canadian film to lead to obscenity charges, Hofsess's Columbus of Sex. In Hamilton Babylon, Stephen Broomer traces the history of the MFB from its birth as an organization for producing and exhibiting avant-garde films, through its transformation into a commercial-industrial enterprise, and into its final decline as a show business management style suppressed many of its voices. The first book to highlight the work of Hofsess, an innovative filmmaker whose critical role in the MFB has been almost entirely eclipsed by Reitman's legend, Hamilton Babylon is a fascinating study of the tension between art and business in the growth of the Canadian film industry.
📒A Bauhausler In Canada ✍ Oliver Arpad Istvan Botar
✏A Bauhausler in Canada Book Summary : A member of the legendary Bauhaus, Andor Weininger (1899-1986), produced a fascinating body of work, attaining his greatest success with the Mechanical Stage-Review, a kind of moving abstract painting. Fleeing the National Socialists, Weininger emigrated to Canada where he produced an eclectic body of work, ranging from landscape sketches to calligraphic abstract works. Yet his correspondence with Bauhaus figures such as Walter Gropius and Xanti Schawinsky revealed a frustration with the conservative cultural scene.Produced upon the occasion of a major gift from New Yorks Weininger Foundation to several Canadian institutions, this publication takes a close look at Weininger in Canada, situating his career within the context of the emergent Canadian abstract art scene.
📒Confessions Of A Curator ✍ Joan Murray
✏Confessions of a Curator Book Summary : In this witty and compelling defence of the art field itself, Joan Murray, one of the country's most outspoken art historians, discusses the great figures of Canadian art and the rise of our national are in institutions such as the Art Gallery of Ontario.
📒The Theatre Of The Self ✍ Robert James Belton
✏The Theatre of the Self Book Summary : Explores the life and work of Canadian artist Ronald (1926-98), a member of the group Painters Eleven, which helped change the course of abstract art in the country. Belton (history of art and aesthetic theory, Okanagan U. College) traces his life from childhood and adolescence to international acclaim. Janine Butler sets out his exhibition history from 1951-90. Eight of the illustrations are color plates. Canadian card order number: C98-910933-X. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR.
📒Town ✍ David G. Burnett
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