This publication is the first monograph to provide a comprehensive overview of Douglas Coupland’s visual art practice. Bringing together diverse perspectives from curators, art historians and cultural thinkers, this fully–illustrated volume offers wide–ranging interpretations on the significance of Coupland’s artwork.
It documents his major solo exhibition at the Vancouver Art Gallery which features works made over the last 12 years as well as several new large–scale installations. Co–published by the Vancouver Art Gallery and Black Dog Publishing, it is an indispensable guide to Coupland’s art and will be an extensive resource for years to come.
Essays by Daina Augaitis and Hans-Ulrich Obrist
11 x 1.18 inches
Vancouver Art Gallery and Black Dog Publishing