Accompanying Liz Magor's solo exhibition, this eponymously titled catalogue is a survey of the artist’s work from 1989 to 2002 and contains four essays examining her sculptural and photographic production, including her ten year project documenting hobbyists who stage historical battles. Other common themes in Magor’s work such as issues of Canadian identity and themes of survivalism are also explored. The catalogue includes colour and black & white reproductions and a detailed exhibition history and bibliography. This publication is a proud recipient of the 2003 OAAG Awards in the Curatorial Writing category.
Vancouver Art Gallery: November 16, 2002 to February 23, 2003
The Power Plant Contemporary Art Gallery: March 22 – May 25, 2003
Essays by Arnold Grant, Philip Monk, Shepherd Steiner and The Office for Soft Architecture96 pages
9.8 x 7.9 inches
The Power Plant and the Vancouver Art Gallery