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  • Pahgedenaun publication

    Robert Houle: Pahgedenaun

    Co-published with Carleton University Art Gallery
    96 pages, hardcover
    Featuring texts by Robert Houle, Sandra Dyck, and Paul Hess

    Price: $25

    ahgedenaun brings together many of the drawings and installations artist Robert Houle created about his childhood experiences at Sandy Bay Residential School, located in his home community of Sandy Bay First Nation, on the western shore of Lake Manitoba. It is produced in conjunction with two solo exhibitions of Houle’s work: enuhmo andúyaun (the road home) at School of Art Gallery (2012) and Pahgedenaun at CUAG (2018).

    Pahgedenaun is a Saulteaux word expressing the self-defining and self-determining act of “letting it go from your mind,” embodied in Houle’s profoundly powerful and unsettling artworks, which embody acts of memory, truth-telling, survivance, and healing.

  • Erwin Huebner

    Erwin Huebner: Intimate Encounters

    Concertina book with wooden slipcover
    Edition of 29 with two artist proofs

    Price: $380

    The artist has generously donated this edition of handmade books to the School of Art. All proceeds from the sale of the book will be used to support School of Art students who are interested in print media or microscopy.

    Intimate Encounters is an edition of 29 concertina books with wooden slip covers each containing a color title page and a selection of black and white scanning electron microscope images of material from the Kingdom Plantae. Each image was photographed as an art object. Some images are abstract in nature while others evoke a sense of mystery by their pattern, texture and response evoked in the viewer.

    Erwin Huebner is Professor Emeritus, Department of Biological Sciences and Artist in Residence, School of Art at the University of Manitoba. He has established an international reputation for his inspired approaches to creating handmade books, ranging from the miniature and microscopic, to the grandly over-scale, from traditional bindings to those adapting found objects to hold them together.

  • MUD, Hands, fire publication

    Mary Ann Steggles: MUD, Hands, fire

    Dimensions: 8.5” x 8.5” x 0.375” / 21.6 cm x 21.6 cm x 0.9 cm
    138 pages, Softcover
    Featuring texts by Patricia Bovey, Diane Carr, Susan Close, Coll Minogue, Mary Ann Steggles, Paul Hess.

    Price: $30

    MUD, Hands, fire emerged from author Dr. Mary Ann Steggles’ exploration of the evolution of ceramics in Canada over the past 50 or more years. Born of her own studio practice and her interest in wood-fired pottery, she offers a historical backdrop for appreciation of the studio pottery movement in Canada, focussing primarily on the West with a quick stop in Ontario.

    The book was produced in conjunction with the exhibition, MUD, Hands, fire. Wheel Thrown: The Legacy of Canadian Studio Pottery, curated by Mary Ann Steggles and presented at the School of Art Gallery, October 1 to December 18, 2015.

    In addition to the texts, Steggles includes brief profiles of 36 potters, with colour images of works shown in the exhibition.

  • A Bauhausler in Canada: Andor Weininger in the 1950s publication

    Oliver A.I. Botar: A Bauhausler in Canada: Andor Weininger in the 1950s

    Co-published with the Robert McLaughlin Gallery, Oshawa
    8.5” x 10” x 1” / 21.6 cm x 25.4 cm x 2.54 cm
    278 pages, Over 370 illustrations, Hardcover
    ISBN 978-0-921500-98-8
    Winner of Melva J. Dwyer Book Award

    Price: $40

    A Bauhausler in Canada: Andor Weininger in the 1950s, is a scholarly monograph by Oliver A.I. Botar that explores the artistic career of the largely unrecognized Hungarian-born artist Andor Weininger, a major Bauhaus figure who lived in Etobicoke, Ontario from 1951-1958. The author devotes 11 chapters of text and images to shaping Weininger’s story, a chronology of his life, and a catalogue of the artist’s works in the collections of the School of Art Gallery (then Gallery One One One), the Art Gallery of Ontario, and the Robert McLaughlin Gallery.

    A Bauhausler in Canada: Andor Weininger in the 1950s was produced in conjunction with two exhibitions curated by the author: From Bauhaus to Our House in Etobicoke: Andor Weininger in the 50s at Gallery One One One (2004) and A Bauhausler in Canada: Andor Weininger in the 1950s (2009) at Robert McLaughlin Gallery, Oshawa. This handsome, hard-cover volume was designed by award-winning designer Zab Hobart.

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