Toronto: Gallery One, 1989. Softcover. Purple wraps. Unpaginated, 32 pp. 13 bw plates. Accompanied a 1989 gallery exhibition. Includes exhibition information and a bibliography.
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Paris: Galerie Nationale du Jeu de Paume, 1993. Softcover. Blue illus. wraps, French flaps, 103 pp., many BW illus. Text is in French and English. Issued in conjunction with a 1993 exhibition featuring pieces by Canadian artist David Rabinowitch (b. 1943). With essay by Whitney Davis. Visuals include many drawings...
Kleinburg, Ontario: McMichael, 1998. Softcover. White illus. trifold; three color reproductions and six chronological sections of text;.
Kingston, Ontario: Agnes Etherington Art Centre, 1983. Softcover. Brown paperboard wraps, spiral bound. 16 pp. BW illustrations of 21 works, plus a foldout flow chart. Oblong.
NY: Grace Borgenicht Gallery, 1988. Softbound. White paper wraps with color illustration. 8 pp, staple bound. 2 color, 5 BW illustrations. Exhibition March 9 - April 2, 1988.
Montreal: Galerie de Bellefeuille, 2008. Softcover. Color illus. stapled wraps; 24 pp.; 27 plates, 22 color, 5 duotone. From a 2008 exhibition; Parallel text, French and English.
Toronto: Mira Godard Gallery, 1998. Softcover. Color illus. wraps, unpaginated, 21 color plates. Issued in conjunction with a 1998 exhibition of works by Canadian artist Jeremy Smith (b. 1946). A nice selection and a representative introduction to this artist.
Mannheim: Inuit Galerie, 1985. Softcover. Black illus. wraps with white lettering; 20 pp., unpaginated, with bw illustrations. With a biography of this Canadian artist and essays about the works; text in German.
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada: National Gallery of Canada, 1999. Softbound. Bluish color illustrated wraps. 12 pp., 9 bw and color plates. Catalogue lists 69 works. Light text, some references.
Toronto, Ontario: Mira Godard Gallery, 1996. Softcover. Black & illus. wraps, 42 pp., 16 color illus. An analysis of these 16 paintings by Canadian artist David Milne (1882-1953). With essay by Karen Wilkin.
Winnipeg, Manitoba: The Winnipeg Art Gallery, 1974. Softcover. Glossy white stapled wraps, [16 pp.], 6 color illus., 3 BW illus. Issued in conjunction with a 1974 centennial exhibition featuring these works by Canadian artist Tony Tasona (1926-2006). Includes a variety of statements, an exhibition checklist of 25 items, and 9 examples from the show.
Newfoundland: Memorial University Art Gallery, 1972. Softcover. BW illus. stapled wraps, [16 pp.], 4 BW illus. Issued in conjunction with a series of 1972-1973 exhibitions of art pieces rendered by Canadian artist Tony Tasona (1926-2006). With a variety of statements, including from the artist, an extensive chronology and exhibition history...
New York: Adelson Galleries, 1992. Softcover. Gold wraps. Unpaginated. Numerous color plates. Issued in conjunction with a 1992 exhibition featuring pieces created by Canadian sculptor Jim Ritchie (b. 1929). With essay by Peter Clothier and lavish illustrations.
Kingston, Ontario: Agnes Etherington Art Centre, Queen's University, 2010. Softcover. Purple-brown wraps with color pictorial front. 151 pp. Color plates. In French. William Brymner (1855-1925) was an influential art teacher and Canadian figure and landscape painter. The exhibition also includes work by his students, including A. Y. Jackson , Anne...
Paris: Galerie Denise Rene, 1982. Softcover. Bw glossy, stapled wraps with white lettering. 16 pp. with 6 full-page plates. Catalogue from the exhibition held at Galerie Denise René (Paris), Centre Culturel Canadien (Paris) and Canada House Gallery (London), 1982-83. With a parallel text essay by Allen and a selected biography...
Calgary: The Nickle Arts Museum, 1983. Softcover. Color-illus. spiral wraps with white lettering. 20 pp. with 5 color illus. With an extensive essay, The Spatial Hieroglyph, by Allen. Includes a professional bio. From the exhibition of June-July 1983.
Paris: Centre Culturel Canadien, 1982. Softcover. Color-illus. white wraps with red lettering. 15 pp. with 4 bw and 6 color illus. Text in French/English. With a parallel-text essay by Allen, Le Rouge Evoque un Crime/Red Feels like a Crime. Includes a professional bio.
Kingston, Ontario: Queen's University, 1995. Softcover. Brown wraps with beige lettering; 24 pp. with 8 bw images. Essays, art, and outlooks on death.
Montreal, Canada: Leonard & Bina Ellen Art Gallery, 1995. Softcover. Brown wraps; 36 pp.; 11 color plates. Text provided in French and English.
Montreal, Canada: Leonard & Bina Ellen Art Gallery, 1997. Softcover. Off-white illus. wraps; 72 pp.; Profusely illustrated with color and bw plates and figures. Text provided in both French and English; Accompanied a 1997 exhibition; Includes artist chronology; Rare.
Ottawa: National Gallery of Canada, 2017. Hardcover. Grey cloth boards with gilt stamped lettering. Color-illustrated dust jacket with white lettering. The Ash K. Prakash Collection of works by James W. Morrice offers an exciting journey into the personal and artistic explorations of the first Canadian painter who established an enviable...
Vancouver, BC: Vancouver Art Gallery, 2010. First paperback. Softcover. Red/white/black pictorial covers with French flaps. 162 pp., profusely illustrated in color. Catalogue of 44 works exhibited at the Vancouver Art Gallery in 2005. Ingenious indigenous-looking masks made with Nike shoes, plus many more works by this Canadian artist. Essays by...
Oshawa: The Robert McLaughlin Gallery, 2006. Softbound. Color illustrated wraps. 38 pp., profusely illustrated with over 20 color plates. Catalogue features 20 works by this artist from her own collection. Very nice geology-based sculpture art.
Saint Louis, Missouri: World Chess Hall of Fame, 2015. Softcover. Brown stapled wraps with gilt dotted lettering.  with color and bw images. Small brochure about the exhibition held May to October 2015. Described as a “Dadaist love story,” Une danse des bouffons (or A jester’s dance) is Dzama’s fictionalized.....
London, Ontario: London Regional Art Gallery, 1986. Hardcover. Maroon laminated boards. 175 pp. 9 color, 96 bw plates. Text is in French and English. Issued in conjunction with 1986-1987 exhibitions featuring works by Canadian artist Paul Peel. Illustrated and annotated catalogue lists 76 works, with provenance, exhibitions, and literature. Includes...