Journal of Canadian Art History / Annales d'histoire de l'art canadien

Archive of past issues

Vol. XXXVI:1 (2015)

Editorial

Guest Editorial

Networked Print Culture

La culture de l’imprimé en réseau

Articles

“If you do not grow you are a dead duck”
Funding Art Publications in Canada from the 1940s to the 1980s

Tawow
Canadian Indian Cultural Magazine (1970–1981)

Producing and Publishing The Banff Purchase
Nationalism, Pedagogy, and Professionalism in Contemporary Canadian Art Photography, 1979

About image nation, 1970–1982

Serial Positionings
Roy K. Kiyooka’s “Conceptual Art Trips”

Asiancy and Visual Culture
The Asianadian Magazine, 1978–1985

Relations, 1988
Photographic, postmodern, feminist

CyberPowWow
Digital Natives and the First Wave of Online Publication

Vol. XXXV:2 (2014)

Editorial

Guest Editorial

Frame and Framing in Canada
Functions and History

Articles

The Historiography of the Frame
Knowledge and Practice

Encadrements sculptés du Québec des XVIIe et XVIIIe siècles

Vers une typologie des encadrements anciens et modernes des tableaux du Musée national des beaux-arts du Québec

Les encadrements de menuisier, une solution pour les institutions au XIXe siècle

Architecture Defines the Frame
Canadian Murals by Reid, Leduc and the Group of Seven

Creating Context in the Quebec and Canadian Painting Collection at the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts

Reframing Tom Thomson and the Group of Seven in the Thomson Collection at the Art Gallery of Ontario
From Principles to Practice

The Frame in Context
The Seagram Cities of Canada Collection at the McCord Museum

Observations sur les cadres-baguettes des années 1950–1960
l’affranchissement de la peinture

(Dé)cadrer le cadre
intervention urbaine et entour documentaire dans la série ART de Maclean

Circonscrire l’œuvre
quelques notes au sujet des encadrements d’œuvres de membres du Groupe de Beaver Hall

The Frame
Object, Idea, Concept

Vol. XXXV:1 (2014)

Editorial

Articles

Preface to Benjamin F. Baltzly’s Journal

The Journal of Benjamin F. Baltzly

Settler-colonial Art History
A Proposition in Two Parts

What does the term “settler-colonial art history” mean to you? What are the opportunities and problems of the method for writing art history in the Canadian context?

Exhibitions

Bob Boyer: His Life’s Work
Canadian Museum of Civilization

Vol. XXXIV:2 (2013)

Editorial

Guest Editorial

Women and the Artistic Field
Cultural Production in the Canadian Context

Articles

“And thereon lies a tale”
Canadian Women Missionary Artists in China

Crafting Empire
Intersections of Irish and Canadian Women’s History

Lady Caroline Bucknall-Estcourt
Identity as Performance in a Victorian Album

“Kodaking and Being Kodaked”
The Guisachan Album of Ishbel, Lady Aberdeen

A Canadian Artist in King Arthur’s Court
Elizabeth Armstrong Forbes and the Colonial Invention of British Tradition

La chambre nuptiale de Francine Larivée
une œuvre issue du modèle de la démocratie culturelle ou quand l’art féministe néo-avant-gardiste s’intègre à l’establishment

Ordinary Affects
Folk Art, Maud Lewis, and the Social Aesthetics of the Everyday

Gendering the Artistic Field

Julia Crawford and the Rules of the Game