Books – Art & Architecture

  • No Man’s Land

    The Life and Art of Mary Riter Hamilton

    Kathryn A. Young (Author), Sarah M. McKinnon (Author)

    A life embracing new opportunities for women at the beginning of the twentieth century.

    Forthcoming October 2017 | Art & Architecture, Social History, Women’s Studies

  • The North End Revisited

    Photographs by John Paskievich

    John Paskievich (Author)

    Revisiting an iconic neighbourhood.Text Here

    Forthcoming September 2017 | Art & Architecture, History, Social History

  • Fault Lines

    Life and Landscape in Saskatchewan’s Oil Economy

    Valerie Zink (Author), Emily Eaton (Author)

    Documenting a moment of transition.

    Published September 2016 | Art & Architecture, Environmental Studies, Geography

  • Mythologizing Norval Morrisseau

    Art and the Colonial Narrative in the Canadian Media

    Carmen L. Robertson (Author)

    Who was Norval Morrisseau?

    Published May 2016 | Art & Architecture, Film & Media Studies, Indigenous Studies

  • Pauline Boutal

    An Artist’s Destiny, 1894-1992

    Louise Duguay (Author), S.E. Stewart (Translator)

    A rich artistic talent beautifully presented in this full-colour study.

    Published October 2015 | Art & Architecture, History

  • Imagining Winnipeg

    History through the Photographs of L.B. Foote

    Esyllt W. Jones (Author)

    In an expanding and socially fractious early twentieth-century Winnipeg, Lewis Benjamin Foote (1873-1957) rose to become the city’s pre-eminent commercial photographer. Imagining Winnipeg, prepared and introduced by award-winning historian Esyllt W. Jones, collects 150 Foote photographs from the more than 2,000 images in the Archives of Manitoba Foote Collection and challenges our understanding of visual history and the city we thought we knew.

    Published September 2012 | Art & Architecture, History

  • All Our Changes

    Images from the Sixties Generation

    Gerry Kopelow (Author)

    All Our Changes is a stunning collection of 160 black and white photographs taken between 1968 and 1970. These images capture the innocence and earnestness of the early Canadian hippie movement, from political protests and speakers’ corners, to Festival Express and the Mariposa Folk Festival. Joni Mitchell is here, as are the Guess Who, but so are everyday kids hitching rides, hanging out, and, one by one, forever changing the Canadian political and cultural landscape.

    Published September 2009 | Art & Architecture

  • The North End

    Photographs by John Paskievich

    John Paskievich (Author)

    Winnipeg’s North End has informed the Canadian mythology and influenced the national psyche. The North End also divides and defines the city of Winnipeg, shaping its politics and sense of identity. In these photographs, taken between the mid-1970s and the mid-1990s, John Paskievich set out to explore the North End he knew in his youth.

    Published October 2007 | Art & Architecture

  • Winnipeg Modern

    Architecture, 1945 to 1975

    Serena Keshavjee (Editor)

    Winnipeg Modern captures the grace and beauty of the Modernist period and includes critical and historical essays on the aesthetic and social project of Modernist architecture in Winnipeg. Lavishly illustrated with 300 photographs from provincial archives, the private archives of architect Henry Kalen, and contemporary photographer Martin Tessler, this book is a testament to the Modernist principles of structural expression and purity of form.

    Published September 2006 | Art & Architecture

  • Winnipeg School of Art

    Marilyn Baker (Author)

    This volume is a history in words and illustration of the early years of the Winnipeg School of Art, its hopes and ideals and its struggles for survival. Its story is in large part a record of art and artists in Winnipeg during the period. The growth of the School is described through the terms of its first four principals: Alexander Musgrove, Frank Johnston, Keith Gebbhardt, and L. LeMoine Fitzgerald. Biographical sketches on artists involved with the School as teachers or students from 1913 to 1934 are also included.

    Published August 1989 | Art & Architecture