Keith Wallace (Editor)
The book celebrates the first twenty years of the Western Front, one of Canada's first artist-run centres. Its encouragement of multidisciplinary activity, including visual arts, performance, music, video and literature, and its subversion of the traditional art system, have had a major impact on the evolution of a Canadian artmaking mythology. The volume features essays by Peter Culley, Karen Knights, Judy Radul, Alex Varty and William Wood, as well as a comprehensive chronology highlighting some of the Western Front's more famous (and infamous) events during its first twenty years.
Perfect bound, well illustrated, 226 pages, 27-1/2" x 11". 1993.