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The Southern Alberta Art Gallery maintains an extensive publishing program as a complement to its exhibitions. SAAG produces approximately six to eight exhibition catalogues each year, of which the majority are monographs. A major mailing is undertaken every year to distribute catalogues to over 250 art institutions, independent curators and publishers across Canada, the U.S.A. and Europe. In addition, Art Books Canada (ABC) regularly orders and distributes the gallery’s publications.

Art Books Canada is the Gallery's official retail and library distributor in Canada and worldwide.
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Samuel Roy-Bois  /  Samuel Roy Bois: Polarizer
December 2009

The work of Samuel Roy-Bois resists categorization, freely mixing drawing, painting, sculpture, performance, music, architecture and literature to create large-scale installations that compell the viewer to enter.
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Ted Hiebert  /  Ted Hiebert: Chronicles
September 2009

Ted Hiebert: Chronicles Ted Hiebert’s experimental exploration of photography produces provocative serial images that contain layered references to the construction of identity.
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Derek Sullivan  /  Derek Sullivan: We may be standing on the shoulders of giants but some of us are looking at the stars
April 2009

Derek Sullivan: We may be standing on the shoulders of giants but some of us are looking at the stars With appropriation and recombination as a strategy, Sullivan uses the poster as a medium of communication.
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Mary Kavanagh  /  Mary Kavanagh: Seeking Georgia - Mapping O'Keeffe Country
February 2009

Mary Kavanagh: Seeking Georgia - Mapping O'Keefe Country Through an investigation of the multiple industries that surround painter and feminist icon Georgia O'Keeffe, Mary Kavanagh examines the production of cultural history, the cult of personality, and the detrimental effects of tourism on arts scholarship.
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Tanya Harnett  /  Tanya Harnett: Persona Grata
January 2009

Tanya Harnett: Persona grata Tanya Harnett’s new series of photographic works explore the many and diverse layers of her being through self-portraiture.
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David Spriggs  /  David Spriggs: Archaeology of Space
January 2009

David Spriggs: Archaeology of Space Charles Stanievech, Gordon Hatt, Mark Clintberg & Marie-Eve Beaupré Using layered groups of transparent drawings suspended in museum-style cases, Spriggs creates what he calls Spatial Image Sculpture.
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Colwyn Griffith  /  Colwyn Griffith: Empire Projects
June 2008

Colwyn Griffith: Empire Projects Rocío Aranda-Alvarado Colwyn Griffith produces large-scale colour photographs that question the ethics of western consumption and empire.
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Vid Ingelevics  /  Vid Ingelevics: Hunter/Gatherer
April 2008

Vid Ingelevics: Hunter/Gaherer Kim Fullerton Using a large format camera to insure clarity, precision and the illusion of factuality, Ingelevics explores the limits of historicization through documentation.
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Don Gill  /  Don Gill: D'Arcy Island
February 2008

Don Gill: D'Arcy Island Lorna Brown Social history is inextricably tied to natural history and Don Gill's investigations have produced a convergence of the two, often evolving into case studies which the artist documents through photography, text, video and installation.
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Dagmar Dahle  /  Dagmar Dahle: Lost Bird Collecting
February 2008

Dagmar Dahle: Lost Bird Collecting Carol Williams Dahle's interests are intricately bound to one institutional ethos, that of the museum.
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Susan Bozic  /  Susan Bozic: The Dating Portfolio
January 2008

Susan Bozic: The Dating Portfolio Gordon Hatt & Bill Jeffries Susan Bozic's work recalls the performance-based photography of Cindy Sherman and Jeff Wall while taking as its subject the social construction of romance.
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Shary Boyle  /  Shary Boyle: Otherworld Uprising
January 2008

Shary Boyle: Otherworld Uprising Ben Portis, Josee Drouin-Brisebos and Sheila Heti Otherworld Uprising features full colour reproductions of Boyle's recent series of porcelain figurines, examines the influence of her research into historical porcelain on her drawings, and considers the parallel development of her latest oil portraits.
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Cheryl Sourkes  /  Cheryl Sourkes: Public Camera
May 2007

Cheryl Sourkes: Public Camera Cheryl Simon For several years, Cheryl Sourkes has been distilling images from web cams and live video streams that she has found on the internet.
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Julie Voyce  /  Julie Voyce: Paste Up
May 2007

Julie Voyce: Paste Up Stuart Reid & RM Vaughan This publication documents 32 abstract screen prints produced using the same three colours.
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Lyn Carter  /  Lyn Carter: Incognito
February 2007

Lyn Carter: Incognito Carolyn Bell & Sarat Maharaj Using her strong background in textiles, Carter produces wall-mounted sculptures made from patterned cloth and everyday objects.
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Rhonda Weppler, Trevor Mahovsky  /  Rhonda Weppler & Trevor Mahovsky
November 2006

Rhonda Weppler & Trevor Mahovsky Ken Lum The Vancouver-based artists produce representations or alternations of everyday objects.
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Robbin Deyo  /  Robbin Deyo: Sweet Sensation
September 2006

Robbin Deyo: Sweet Sensation Mark Mullin & Jeanne Randolphe Deyo's labour-intensive work includes wax-covered objects that give the appearance of candy, cakes and other confectionery delights.
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Gunilla Josephson  /  Gunilla Josephson: Resistance
August 2006

Gunilla Josephson: Resistance Josephson's feature-length video work, The Blood-Red Heart of Johanna Darke, tells a tale of a woman who could have lived but perhaps never did.
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Lisa Klapstock  /  Lisa Klapstock: Liminal
April 2006

Lisa Klapstock: Liminal Lisa Klapstock's photographic practice challenges visual perception of everyday urban environments. This splendid first monograph, illustrated with dozens of colour plates, presents several series produced from the late 1990s to today.
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Ed Pien  /  Ed Pien: In a Realm of Others
January 2006

Ed Pien: In a Realm of Others Ed Pien's integration of drawing into an installation format has created a new vocabulary for this elemental medium.
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Isabelle Hayeur  /  Isabelle Hayeur: Inhabiting/Habiter
January 2006

Isabelle Hayeur: Inhabiting/Habiter Each photoraphic work by Isabell Hayeur incorporates several images, using software to form an apparently seamless representation.
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Michelle Bellemare  /  Michelle Bellemare: Blind Side
December 2005

Michelle Bellemare: Blind Side Michelle Bellemere explores the manner in which associatively rich material like hair and dust gives voice to the inexpressible.
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Faye HeavyShield  /  Faye HeavyShield: Blood
October 2005

Faye HeavyShield: Blood Faye HeavyShield was born on Alberta's Stand Off Reserve and is a member of the Blood nation. Her minimalist installations are powerful fusions of her Christian and Native backgrounds.
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