Photo of Barbara Astman
bastman@faculty.ocadu.ca
Photo of Barbara Astman
Barbara Astman
Professor
Faculty of Art
bastman@faculty.ocadu.ca

Area(s) of Expertise

Contemporary Photography, Digital Imaging, Installation-Based Art

Overview

Barbara Astman Bio 2016

Barbara Astman belongs to a visionary group of artists who have continued to radicalize visual culture since the early 1970s by defining new ways of seeing. Over four decades, she has explored a wide range of photo-based media and produced work, which has received national and international recognition. She is represented in important public, corporate and private collections including the National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa, the Bibliothèque Nationale, Paris, Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto, Deutche Bank, New York, and the Victoria and Albert Museum, London. Her artist’s archives are held in the E.P. Taylor Research Library & Archives, AGO.

Astman has an extensive and prestigious solo exhibition history, most recently, Barbara Astman Looking: Then and Now, a two-part exhibition (Corkin Gallery, 2016) and Barbara Astman: I as artifact featuring a new series of works accompanied by a comprehensive publication (McIntosh Gallery, 2014). In May 2011, her installation, Dancing with Che: Enter through the Gift Shop, (Kelowna Art Gallery, 2013) toured across Canada. Her major touring retrospective exhibition, Barbara Astman - Personal/Persona - A 20 Year Survey was curated by Liz Wylie (Art Gallery of Hamilton, 1995). She has been included in major group exhibitions, such as: Toronto: Tributes + Tributaries, 1971-1989 (AGO, 2016), Living Building Thinking: Art and Expressionism (McMaster Museum of Art, 2016), Look Again: Colour Xerography Art Meets Technology (AGO, 2015), Herland, (60 Wall Gallery, New York 2014), Light My Fire Part I: Some Propositions about Portraits and Photography (AGO, 2013), and Beautiful Fictions (AGO, 2009), among many others.  Astman was commissioned to create a photographic installation (The Fossil Book) for the inaugural exhibition at the new Koffler Gallery (Toronto, 2013). Canadian Art Magazine featured a profile of Astman’s career in the Spring 2014 issue.

Astman has completed several public art commissions, including the Murano on Bay in Toronto comprised of 217 windows with photo-based imagery (2010), a public art installation for the new Canadian Embassy in Berlin, Germany (2005) and a floor installation for the Calgary Winter Olympics (1987).

Active in the Toronto arts community, Astman has served on numerous boards and advisory committees, including the AGO Board of Trustees (2009-2013). Currently, she is the Chair of the Art Advisory Committee, Koffler Gallery, Toronto and Vice President, Board of Directors, Prefix (ICA) Institute of Contemporary Art, Toronto. In addition, she has co-curated an installation titled The Emergence of Feminism: Changing the Course of Art, featuring work by Joyce Wieland, Suzy Lake and Lisa Steele (AGO, 2008).

Astman has degrees from the Rochester Institute of Technology, School for American Craftsmen, and Ontario College of Art. She has been a professor at OCAD University since 2001

Astman is represented by Corkin Gallery, Toronto.

 

Education

1970: Associate Degree, Rochester Institute of Technology, School for American Craftsmen, Rochester, New York 1973: Ontario College of Art, Toronto, ON, AOCA

Professional Experience

2007 – 2010 The Emergence of Feminism: Changing the Course of Art, Art Gallery of Ontario,
Toronto, co-curated with assistant curator, Georgiana Uhlyarik for Transformation AGO,
featuring work from the 1960s and 1970s by Joyce Wieland, Suzy Lake, Lisa Steele, and
Barbara Astman. These artists’ use of performance, film, video, collage, textiles and
photography challenged issues of gender and identity and created new ways of seeing the
world. The installation was on view at the AGO from November 2008 to June 2010.
2016 Guest Curator, Come Together, Propeller Gallery, Toronto

Selected Exhibitions

 

SELECTED SOLO EXHIBITIONS

2016                Dancing With Che: Enter Through the Library, Beaverbrook Art Gallery,

                        Satellite space, Yellow Box Gallery, St. Thomas University, Fredericton, New Brunswick

                        Barbara Astman Then and Now, Corkin Gallery Toronto, Ontario

                        Barbara Astman Then and Now Part II, Corkin Gallery Toronto, Ontario

2015                I as artifact, Corkin Gallery, Toronto, Ontario

2014                It’s All About Style, Corkin Gallery, Toronto, Ontario

                        I as artifact, McIntosh Gallery, Western University, London, Ontario

2013                Dancing With Che: Enter Through the Gift Shop, Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art, Toronto, Ontario

                        Untitled, Corkin Gallery, Toronto, Ontario

2012                Dancing With Che: Enter Through the Gift Shop, McMaster Museum of Art, McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario

                        Dancing With Che: Enter Through the Gift Shop, Museum of Contemporary Art,

                        Calgary, Alberta

2011                Dancing With Che: Enter Through the Gift Shop, Kelowna Art Gallery, Kelowna,

                        British Columbia

                        Daily Collage, Corkin Gallery, Toronto, Ontario

2009                Wonderland, Corkin Gallery, Toronto, Ontario

2007                The Newspaper Series, Corkin Gallery, Toronto, Ontario

2006                Clementine Part I, II, III, Koffler Gallery, Toronto, Ontario

2005                Revisiting Red and The Clementine Suite, Corkin Shopland Gallery, Toronto, Ontario

                        Clementine Part I, II & III, Yukon Arts Centre, Whitehorse, Yukon

2004                Barbara Astman: Clementine Part I, Art Gallery of Windsor, Windsor, Ontario

2003                dancing with che, Corkin Shopland Gallery, Toronto, Ontario

2001                Paris Postcard, Jane Corkin Gallery, Toronto, Ontario

1999                Dreaming Impressionism, Jane Corkin Gallery, Toronto, Ontario

1998                Modern Fuel Gallery, Kingston, Ontario

1997                Scenes from a Movie for One, Jane Corkin Gallery, Toronto, Ontario

1995                Barbara Astman: Personal/Persona: A 20-Year Survey Exhibition, Art Gallery of
Hamilton, Hamilton, Ontario, travelled to Kamloops Art Gallery, Kamloops, British Columbia, Kitchener/Waterloo Art Gallery, Kitchener, Ontario, and Edmonton Art Gallery, Edmonton, Alberta

1994                The Gallery/Stratford, Stratford, Ontario

1993                The Robert McLaughlin Gallery, Oshawa, Ontario

1992                The Laurentian University Museum and Arts Centre, Sudbury, Ontario

                        Thunder Bay Art Gallery, Thunder Bay, Ontario

                        Saint-Laurent Art Gallery, St. Lawrence College, Kingston, Ontario

1990                Sable-Castelli Gallery Ltd., Toronto, Ontario

1988                Sable-Castelli Gallery Ltd., Toronto, Ontario

1986                Sable-Castelli Gallery Ltd., Toronto, Ontario

                        Musée du Québec, Québec City

                        Vu, Centre d'animation et de diffusion de la photographie, Québec City, Québec

1984                Sable-Castelli Gallery Ltd., Toronto, Ontario

                        Concordia Art Gallery, Concordia University, Montréal, Québec

1983                Sable-Castelli Gallery Ltd., Toronto, Ontario

                        The Nickle Arts Museum, Calgary, Alberta

 

 

1982                Centre culturel canadien, Paris, France

                        The Art Gallery of Peterborough, Peterborough, Ontario

                        Sable-Castelli Gallery Ltd., Toronto, Ontario

1981                Sable-Castelli Gallery Ltd., Toronto, Ontario

                        The Laurentian University Museum and Arts Centre, Sudbury, Ontario

                        The Mendel Art Gallery, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

                        The Southern Alberta Art Gallery, Lethbridge, Alberta

                        The SUB Art Gallery, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta

                        The Student Union Gallery, University of Delaware, Newark, Delaware

1980                Sable-Castelli Gallery Ltd., Toronto, Ontario

                        Whitewater Gallery, North Bay, Ontario

                        Agnes Etherington Art Centre, Kingston, Ontario

                        McIntosh Art Gallery, London, Ontario

                        Bruce Art Gallery, Canton, New York

                        Optica, Montréal, Québec

1979                Sable-Castelli Gallery Ltd., Toronto, Ontario

                        Jean Marie Antoine Gallery, Annapolis, Maryland

1977                Sable-Castelli Gallery Ltd., Toronto, Ontario

1976                S.A.W. Gallery Inc., Ottawa, Ontario

1975                National Film Board of Canada, Ottawa, Ontario

1974                Ryerson Photo Gallery, Toronto, Ontario

1973                Baldwin Street Gallery of Photography, Toronto, Ontario

SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS

 

2017                Photography in Canada 1960 – 2000, Canadian Photography Institute of the National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa, Ontario

                        JUNO HOUSE:R-Evolution, Canada Council Art Bank Exhibition Space, Ottawa, Ontario

                        Fictions-Contemporary Photography from the Permanent Collection,

                        Beaverbrook Art Gallery, Fredericton, New Brunswick

                        JUNO HOUSE:R-Evolution, Canada Council Art Bank exhibition, Ottawa, Ontario

2016                Stare, Vancouver Art Gallery, curated by Grant Arnold, Vancouver, British Columbia

                        Toronto: Tributes + Tributaries, 1971-1989, curated by Wanda Nanibush,

                        Assistant Curator of Canadian and Indigenous Art. Art Gallery of Ontario,

                        Toronto, Ontario        

                        Living Building Thinking, McMaster Museum of Art, curated by Ihor Holubiziky,

                        Senior Curator,             McMaster Museum of Art, McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario

                        Portraits, self and others (it’s complicated), McIntosh Gallery, London, Ontario,

                        curated by Director/Chief Curator James Patten          

                        Chronologies, Museum London curated by Cassandra Getty and Melanie Townsend,

                        London, Ontario         

                        Mapping Toronto’s Public Art Landscape 1967 – 2015, Art Gallery of Ontario,

                        Toronto, Ontario

                        Staging Abstraction, Art Gallery of Hamilton, curated by Melissa Bennett,

                        Hamilton, Ontario  

2015                Look Again: Colour Xerography Art Meets Technology at the AGO,

                        Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto, Ontario

                        The Double Bind: Conversations Between Modernism and Postmodernism,

                        Art Gallery of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta

2014                            Herland, 60 Wall Gallery, Deutsche Bank, New York City, New York

                        Art for a Century, 100 for the 100th, Art Gallery of Hamilton, Hamilton, Ontario

2013                We’re in the Library, Koffler Gallery, Toronto, Ontario

Light My Fire: Some Propositions about Portraits and Photography, Part I, curated by Sophie Hackett, Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto, Ontario

Flowers & Photography, McMaster Museum of Art, McMaster University,

Hamilton, Ontario

2012                ContainR Art Festival, Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA), Calgary, Alberta

                        Re-Story: Works from the Permanent Collection, Kamloops Art Gallery,

                        Kamloops, British Columbia

                        Some Things Last a Long Time: Seeing the Self in Autobiographical Art,

                        McIntosh Gallery, Western University, London, Ontario

                        Freedom of Assembly, Oakville Galleries, Oakville, Ontario

                        Flowers & Photography, Art Gallery of Peterborough, Peterborough, Ontario

                        125 & 45: an interrogative spirit, McMaster Museum of Art, McMaster University,

                        Hamilton, Ontario

2011                Becoming: Photographs from the Collection of John and Ginny Soule,

                        Art Gallery of Hamilton, Hamilton, Ontario

                        New Acquisitions, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Massachusetts

2010                Art at Work: Corporate Collecting Practices Today, Art Gallery of Mississauga,

                        Mississauga, Ontario

                        Natural. /Disaster./, McIntosh Gallery, Western University, London, Ontario

                        Art School (Dismissed), Shaw Street School, Toronto, Ontario

2009                Still Revolution: Suspended in Time, Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art,

                        Toronto, Ontario

                        Beautiful Fictions, Photography at the AGO, Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto, Ontario

                        Dancing While Driving, Corkin Gallery, Toronto, Ontario

2008                CLICK, Art Gallery of Nova Scotia, Halifax, Nova Scotia

                        The Luminous Body, Art Gallery of Peterborough, Peterborough, Ontario

                        The Presence of Portraits, Corkin Gallery, Toronto, Ontario

                        Story Time: Narrative in Contemporary Art, Art Gallery of Hamilton, Hamilton, Ontario

2007                Nexus: Histories and Communities, Kelowna Art Gallery, Kelowna, British Columbia

                        Out of Body, Deutsche Bank, New York, New York

                        Framed: the Art of the Portrait, Art Gallery of Hamilton, Hamilton, Ontario

                        Flat, Art Gallery of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta

                        Impulse Archaeology, WHITE BOX, New York, New York, travelled to Museum of
Contemporary Canadian Art, Toronto, Ontario

                        Reading the Picture, Confederation Centre of the Arts, Prince Edward Island

2006                A Century of Art in Canada, Art Gallery of Peterborough, Peterborough, Ontario

                        Expressions, Kitchener/Waterloo Art Gallery, Kitchener, Ontario

                        On Paper 2: Ideas of Order, University of Toronto Art Centre, Toronto, Ontario

2005                Les Revenants, Le Mois de la Photo, MAI, (Montréal, arts interculturels),

                        Montréal, Québec

2004                Identities: Canadian Portraits, McMichael Canadian Art Collection, Kleinburg, Ontario

2003                Absolute Shape: Celebrating 50 Years of Collecting, Mackenzie Art Gallery,

                        Regina, Saskatchewan

                        The Found and the Familiar, Snapshots in Contemporary Canadian Art, TPW Gallery,

                        Toronto, Ontario, travelled to Confederation Centre of the Arts, Charlottetown, Prince

                        Edward Island, Gallery Connexion, Fredericton, New Brunswick, Art Gallery of Bishop’s

                        University, Sherbrooke, Québec

 

 

 

2002                Docu Lomo, Gallery TPW, Toronto, Ontario

                        Celebrating 60 Years, McIntosh Gallery, Western University, London, Ontario

                        Three Artists: Barbara Astman, John Massey, Reinhard Reitzenstein, Exceler@tor,

                        Toronto, Ontario

2001                Osmosis: the passage, Kitchener/Waterloo Art Gallery, Kitchener, Ontario

                        Taking on Colour: Technique in Colour Photography, Canadian Museum of

                        Contemporary Photography, Ottawa, Ontario

                        Woman of Substance: Images from the Collection, Art Gallery of Hamilton,

                        Hamilton, Ontario

                        The Art of Mentoring, Lieutenant Governor’s Suite, Queen’s Park, Toronto, Ontario

2000                From the Collection: Flowerpieces, Canadian Museum of Contemporary Photography,

                        Ottawa, Ontario

                        Photos géniques, Maison des arts de Laval, Montréal, Québec

                        Reflections on the Artist: Portraits and Self Portraits, National Gallery of Canada,

                        Ottawa, Ontario

                        IMAGES, Photo Works From the Collection, Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art,

                        Toronto, Ontario

 

Awards \ Grants

2007                National Magazine Award, Silver Award for the Newspaper Series as presented in Prefix

                        Magazine, Toronto, Ontario

Commissions

Public Art/Commissions, Awards and Related Activities 2007: National Magazine Award, Silver Award for the Newspaper Series as presented in Prefix Magazine, Toronto, Ontario 2006: The Murano on Bay, Toronto, Ontario. (I have been awarded a public art project that incorporates colour photographic imagery on 217 exterior windows on the building. Completed May 2010) Private Commission, Present Tense: Generational Projection Flashlight Commission for the Christian Keesee Collection, The Keesee Library, Oklahoma City, OK. (This is a series of electrified suspended projection flashlights that project faces of a variety of people on the floor in the site-specific custom-built room.) 2005: New Loblaws Headquarters, Brampton, Ontario. (I created a series of three site-specific photographic murals for the atrium space.) Scale: 6? x 15? each. Medium: Digital output on canvas. Completed: October 2005 2003-2005: The new Canadian Embassy in Berlin, Germany. (I designed an image to be applied to the glass tower surrounding the Great Timber Hall.) 2000-2004: Centre For Jewish Campus Life, University of Toronto. (In collaboration with Susan Friedrich Architect Inc., I designed the etched glass windows which encompass the spiritual room and act as a signifier for the identity of the building.) Completed May, 2004. 1999: The Portal Project, Baycrest Centre for Geriatric Care, Toronto, site-specific photo murals for two series of six residence entrances. 1995: Simcoe Place Public Art Project, Cadillac Fairview Corporation, Toronto, Tribute, photographically etched glass interior sculpture.

Selected Publications

SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY (Reviews, Articles, and Books)

2017                 Holubizky, Ihor, Living, Building, Thinking: Art and Expressionism, Belton, Robert,

                            Dietmar, Elger, Heller, Reinhold Heller and Holubizky, Ihor. McMaster Museum of Art, ABC Art

                            Books Canada, 2017, p. 5-6, p. 162-163.

2016                Knelman, Sara. “Barbara Astman, Corkin Gallery, Toronto, Canada.” FRIEZE, https://www.frieze.com/article/barbara-astman, June 3.

                        Knelman, Sara. “Barbara Astman, Corkin Gallery, Toronto, Canada.” FRIEZE,

                        No.181, 25th anniversary issue, September, pg. 176.

                        Whyte, Murray. “For Contact, Paul Butler at Division, Barbara Astman at Corkin.”

                        Toronto Star, Entertainment, Visual Arts, May 3

                        https://www.thestar.com/entertainment/visualarts/2016/05/03/for-contact-...

                        Adams, James. “The Contact Photography Festival exhibits the experts can’t wait to see.” The Globe and Mail, Globe Arts, April 29, p. R3, http://www.theglobeandmail.com/arts/art-and-architecture/the-contact-pho...

                        Fasche, Melanie. “The Artful City: Interview with Barbara Astman.” Spacing Magazine, http://spacing.ca/toronto/2016/02/18/the-artful-city-interview-with-barb...

                        Broda, Maggie. “Interview with Artist and OCAD U Professor: Barbara Astman.”

                        Fleck Contemporary Art Magazine. Vol. 8, Issue 1, Toronto, Ontario, Spring/Summer,

                        p. 20-21.

2015                Sackler, Elizabeth A. Center for Feminist Art at the Brooklyn Museum, New York, http://www.brooklynmuseum.org/eascfa/feminist_art_base/barbaraastman

                        KhipuZ. Peru’s Contemporary Cultural Magazine, PARC: A Cultural Phenomenon. April, http://www.khipuz.com/parc-a-cultural-phenomenon/

                        Morsch, Mike. The Vinyl Dialogues Volume II: Dropping the Needle. Biblio Publishing, Columbus Ohio, p. 239-248.

                        Whyte, Murray. “On the Wall, I as Artifact.” Toronto Star, Section E, September 1,

                        p. E4.

                        Cooley, Alison. “Review: Modernism and Postmodernism Find

                        Camaraderie,” The Double Bind. Art Gallery of Alberta, Edmonton, Canadian Art, Spring, http://canadianart.ca/reviews/the-double-bind-review-modernism-and-postm... camaraderie/

2014                Clarke, Bill. ARTnews, Reviews: International. Barbara Astman, Corkin Toronto, Volume 113, Number 4, New York, April, p. 110.

                        Israelson, David. “Modern art lovers make pilgrimage to Texas Desert Town.”

                        The Globe and Mail. December 16, http://www.theglobeandmail.com/life/travel/destinations/modern-art-lover...

                        Errett, Benjamin. “It’s all about style.” The National Post, Arts & Life, January 27, p.1.

                        Islander, Martin (producer). Online video profile, OCAD University, Toronto, Ontario

                        http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2HBz7drlEYE

                        Lewington, Jennifer, “School’s out- and reinvented spaces are in.” The Globe and Mail,

                        November 13, p. B15.

                        Uhlyarik, Georgiana. “A Movie for One.” Canadian Art, Spring, p. 110-116.

2013                Aang, Ashley. “One-on-One with Barbara Astman.” Lomography International Magazine, Toronto, Ontario.

                        Anon. “Fit to Print.” Flare, Vol. 35 / NO 10, Localist, Toronto, October, p. 38.

                        Cooley, Alison. “Old School is New Again in Artscape’s Latest Revamp.”

                        Canadian Art Online.

                        Jager, David. “Che on the body.” NOW Magazine, Art Reviews, July 4-11, Volume 32,

                        Number 44, p. 48.

                        McNamara, Rea, Blouin, “Barbara Astman Collaborates with Jonathan+Olivia on

                        “Newspaper” Scarves.” ARTINFO, Monday, Silhouettes, http://blogs.artinfo.com/silhouettes/2013/10/17/barbara-astman-collabora..., October 21.

                        Schecter, Fran. “Library love, Koffler fetes its school connection.” NOW Magazine,

                        Issue 1655, Vol. 33, No. 16, December 19-25, p. 62.

                        Uhylarik, Georgiana. Highlights from the Collection of the Art Gallery of Ontario.

                        Art Gallery of Ontario, ed. Jim Shedden, p. 289.

                        Whyte, Murray, “Downtown, an uptown gallery finds a home.” Toronto Star, p E1+ E2, Monday November 18, Section E.

2012                Leong, Melissa, “SOLD, what three artists would buy at the important Canadian Art

                        Auction at Sothebys.” National Post, May 24, Visual Arts, p. AL 3.

                        Schecter, Fran. “Fresh mashups, Collage persists in the digital age,” NOW Magazine, Vol. 31 No. 52, August 23-30.

                        Van de Ven, Lisa. “Framing the evolution of Photography.” Globe and Mail,

                        January 7, p. 8.

                        Whyte, Murray. “Freedom of Assembly, Oakville Galleries.” Toronto Star,

                        online edition, July 7.

                        Wylie, Liz. “Barbara Astman.” Canadian Art, Spring, p. 120.

2011                Moser ,Gabrielle. “Barbara Astman, Corkin Gallery.” Artforum.com/critics’ pick, ARTFORUM, October.

                        Priegert, Portia. “Barbara Astman: Feature Preview,” Galleries West, Summer,

                        Volume 10, Number 2, p. 30.

                        Wylie, Liz. “Astman takes a dance with che,” Kelowna Capital News, Kelowna,

                        British Columbia, April 27, p. B7.

2010                Marr, Garry. “Art of the build,” National Post, June 5, p. 4.

2009                Blaikie, Fiona. CANADIAN ART/WORKS: A Resource for Primary, Junior,

                        Intermediate and Senior Teachers. Thunder Bay: Lakehead University,

                        Canadian Society for Education through Art, p. 73, 114, 195.

                        Dault, Gary Michael. “Barbara Astman and Sharon Switzer at the Corkin Gallery.”

                        The Globe and Mail, December 5, p. R17.

                        Kostoff, Larissa. “Astman Opens AGO, Completes Major Public Art Project,”

                        Sketch (newsletter of Ontario College of Art and Design University), January, p. 18-19.

                        Liss, David, and Bonnie Rubenstein. Still Revolution: Suspended in Time.       

                        Toronto: Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art, Contact Catalogue, p. 16-33.

                        Saint-Jacques, Rosanne. “Process of Development,” National Post, April 30, p. AL8.

                        Uhylarik, Georgiana. Highlights from the Collection of the Art Gallery of Ontario. Ed.

                        Jim Shedden, Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto, Ontario, p. 289.

                        Van de Ven, Lisa. “Home is where the art is,” National Post, January 24.

                        Whyte, Murray. “Barbara Astman’s Wonderland at Jane Corkin.” Toronto Star,

                        online edition, November 16.

                        Whyte, Murray. “Contact 2009, Photographic free-for-all finally gets some respect,”

                        Toronto Star, April 30, p. E1; E6.

                        Whyte, Murray, “Beautiful Fictions,” Toronto Star, November, 5.

2008                Goddard, Peter. “The lost art of portraits,” The Toronto Star, February 9, p. E15.

                        Glick, Julie. Online Interview, MAG Publication, (Mass Art Guide), Toronto,

                        WWW.MASSARTGUIDE.COM, April.

                        Graham, David. “Instant History: Developing into a thing of the past … Fade to Black,”

                        Toronto Star, April 3, L1, 3.

2007                Cramp, Beverly. “Artworks in the law office: not just decoration,” The Lawyers Weekly, Vol. 27, No.13, August 10, p. 21.

                        Rhodes, Richard. “Toronto NOW.” Canadian Art, Volume 24, Number 4,

                        Winter/December, p. 67-68.

                        Sandals, Leah. “Questions &Artist, the better way to recycle newspaper.” National Post,

                        April 19, p. 5.

2006                Canadian Portraits. Ed. Sharona Adamowicz-Clements, McMichael Canadian

                        Art Collection, Kleinburg, Ontario.

                        Carte Blanche Photography 1. Toronto: The Magenta Foundation, p. 14-15.

                        Dault, Julia. “A light on survival, loss and the future.” National Post, January 12,

                        p. AL 10.

                        Holubizky, Ihor. The Clementine Suite. Toronto: Koffler Gallery, January.

                        Jordan, Betty Ann. “Barbara Astman,” Toronto Life, February, Vol. 40, No. 2, p. 100-1

                        Mays, John Bentley. “Canadian Embassy in Berlin.” Canadian Architect, February,

                        Volume 51, Number 2, p. 33-38.

                        Ramulkan, Camille. “The Art for Heart for Casey House,” Luxe Magazine, Vol. 1,

                        Issue 1, Nov. 2.

2005                Chalykoff, Leighann. “Photographer’s work creates a shadowy universe,”

                        The Whitehorse Star, May 6, p. 41.

                        De Georgio.Lorianna. “Finding Colour in Blackness,” North York Town Crier,

                        December, p. 9.

                        Garmet. Eldon. Impulse Archaeology. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, p. 266-67.

                        Keevil, Genesee. “Celebrating the ordinary,” The Yukon News, May 2, p. 12.

                        Langford, Martha. “Image & Imagination.” Montréal: le Mois de la Photo à Montréal,

                        p. 185-190.

                        Papoff, Lawrence. “Susan Friedrich, Designs for Living,” Lifestyles, Vol.33, No. 195,

                        p. 38-40.

                        Vaughan, RM. “The Big Picture.” National Post, April 30, p. TO 11.

2004                Browne, Kelvin. “It isn’t a snap”, National Post, February 7, SP, 1, 9

                        Brunet, Carrie. “UJA Federation of Toronto host first annual artist awards”

                        Annex Guardian (Toronto), Oct. 15, p. 3

                        Enright, Robert. “Three Photographers: Barbara Astman, Ruth Kaplan, Lori Newdick.”

                        Border Crossings, Volume 23, Number 1, p. 44-50.

                        Grant, Vanessa. “The life and inspiration behind the photos of Barbara Astman.”

                        Centre of the City (Toronto), Volume 1, Number 5, November/December, p. 89-91.

                        Martin, E.Sandra, “Living the Dream”, MoneySense, February/March. Vol.6, No. 1,

                        p. 47.

                        Wright, David. “On Sabbatical,” Sketch (newsletter of the Ontario College of Art and

                        Design University), Spring, cover & p. 7-8.

2003                Wylie, Liz. “Barbara Astman.” Canadian Art, Fall, Volume 20, Number 3, p. 139. 

2002                Walker, Susan. “Art by Numbers,” Toronto Star, June 1, p. K6.

2001                Black, Debra, Mentors help crack the glass ceiling, International Women's Week,

                        Toronto Star, Monday, March 5, p. C1 & C8.

                        Mays, John Bentley. “The secret life of picture postcards.” National Post, September 8,

                        p. F8.

2000                Coleman, A.D. “Letter from Toronto/New York, No. 86.” Photo Metro, Volume 18,  Issue 157, San Francisco, California, p. 30-31.

                        Henighan, Tom. The Maclean’s Companion to Canadian Arts and Culture.

                        Vancouver: Raincoast Books, p. 84; 90.

                        Outstanding People of the 20th Century. Cambridge, England: International

                        Biographical Centre.

                        Penaloza, Si Si. “Toronto, An Art Scene Not to Be Missed.” Art News (New York),    

                        Volume 99, Number 9, October, p. 113-120.

                        Sykes, Claire. “Barbara Astman, Insider Profile.” Photo Insider, New Jersey,

                        Volume 21, November /December, p. 36-39.

1999                2000 Outstanding Intellectuals of The 20th Century. Cambridge, England:

                        International Biographical Centre.

                        2000 Outstanding Artists and Designers of the 20th Century. Cambridge, England:

                        International Biographical Centre.

                        Canadian Who’s Who. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.

                        Dictionary of International Biography, Twenty-Eighth Edition. Cambridge, England:

                        International Biographical Centre.      

                        Murray, Joan. Canadian Art in the Twentieth Century. Toronto, Dundurn Press,

                        p. 167-170.

                        Penaloza, Si Si. “Beautiful Blasphemy,” NOW, (Toronto), Vol. 18, Number 37,

                        May 13-19, p. 40

1998                Holubizky, Ihor. “Barbara Astman-Jane Corkin Gallery.” art/text, Australia,

                        Number 60, February-April, p. 97.

                        Mastin, Catharine M. Changing Spirits: Canadian Art of the 1960s and 70s. Kamloops:

                        Kamloops Art Gallery, Kamloops, 1998, p. 8; 31-32.

1997                Bourduas, Céline. “LE MCPC, Une Vitrine Pur la Photographie Canadienne

                        Contemporaine,”  Photo Selection Magazine, Dec 97/Jan 98. Volume 18, numero 1,

                        Québec, p. 43-45.

                        Jordan, Betty Ann. “Gallery Going: Barbara Astman and Eadweard Muybridge at

                        Jane Corkin,” Globe and Mail, October 4, p. C13.

                        Jordan, Betty Ann. “Gallery Going: Narrative at Archive,” Globe and Mail, March 22,          

                        p. C11.

                        Saunders, Douglas. “Contemporary art’s corporate dividends,” Globe and Mail,

                        January 18.

1996                Liss, David. “Montréal, Copy Art: What Happened To The Pioneers?” artfocus, Winter,

                        Volume 4, Number 2, p. 20-23.

                        Lypchuk,Donna. “The Scene is Dead,” eye (Toronto), November 14, Vol. 6, Issue 5, p. 9.

                        Siebert, Sherrill. “Artist Astman gets personal with persona.” Sight lines,

                        Loops Magazine, February.

                        Soodeen, Jeanine. “Performance ties works together,” Kamloops This Week, January 24, p. 27.

1995                Anon., “Barbara Astman: Personal/Person”, Insights, Spring, Volume 7, No. 1.

                        Anon., “Barbara Astman: Personal/Persona” Kitchener -Waterloo Art Gallery Calendar,

                        Newsletter, Summer, Vol. X11, Number 2.

                        Bowen, Lisa Balfour. “Simply Red,” The Sunday Sun(Toronto), April 16,

                        Contemporary Photographers. Detroit: St. James Press.

                        Bowen, Lisa Balfour. “The Artful City,” The Sunday Sun (Toronto), August 27, p. 10.

                        Fulford, Robert. “Photography and its discontents.” Canadian Art, Spring, Volume 12,

                        Number 1, p. 56-65.

                        Gooderham, Mary. “Work in Progress (97),” Globe and Mail, April 14, p. A13.        

                        Hlynsky, David. “Like Smoke through a Keyhole: Symbolism and Metaphor in

                        Contemporary Photography.” BLACKFLASH, Summer, Volume 13, Number 2.

                        Klages, Gregory “Explore Yourself.” id Magazine, May 25 – June 7, Volume 4,

                        Number 15, p. 32.

                        Kosowan, Gene and E. Susan Witwicki. “Turn Her Loose,” Vue Weekly (Montréal),

                        October 5-11, Issue # 3.

                        Mahoney, Jeff. “Barbara Astman,” The Spectator (Hamilton, Ontario), June 6,          

                        Section B, p. 1.

1994                Anon., “Exhibitions reveal views on the nature of perception,” Western News,

                        November 3, p. 9.

                        Swain, Robert. Hidden Values, Contemporary Canadian Art in Corporate Collections.

                        Introduction by R. Fulford. Toronto/Vancouver: Douglas & McIntyre, p .84, 141.

1992                Tippet, Maria. By a Lady: Celebrating Three Centuries of Art by Canadian Women.

                        Toronto: Penguin Books Canada Limited, p. 171-172.

1990                Hanna, Deirdre. “Astman’s fruitful metaphor probes the beauty of aging,”

                        NOW Magazine (Toronto), September 6.

1989                Howell-Koehler, Nancy. The Creative Camera. Worcester, Mass.:

                        Davis Publications Inc., p. 8, and colour insert.

1988                Mays, John Bentley, “Barbara Astman at the Sable Castelli Gallery,” Globe and Mail, April 22.

                        Weiner, Gary. “Barbara Astman: an Olympian Artist,” Irondequoit Press, New York, February 9.

                        Wylie, Liz. “Astman’s slick photos unveil myths of romance,” NOW Magazine,

                        Toronto, Ontario, April 14, p. 49.

1986                Perdue, Jane. “Astman’s Travels,” NOW Magazine (Toronto), March 13.

1985                Canadian Encyclopedia, The. (entry by Karyn Elizabeth Allen) Edmonton:

                        Hurtig Publishers, Vol. I, p. 110.

                        Dowbiggin, Anna. “Instant Art,” Wardair World, January, p. 40-41.

1984                Bayer, Fern. The Ontario Collection. Toronto: Ontario Heritage Foundation and

                        Fitzhenry & Whiteside, p. 275, 297, 298.

                        Bennett, Bryan, and Constance P. Hall, Discovering Canadian Art, Learning the

                        Language. Toronto: Prentice Hall Canada Inc., p. 57.

                        Mays, John Bentley, “Astman gives plastic new meaning,” Globe and Mail, March 22,

                        p. E-7.

                        Murray, Joan. “Astman’s Stepping Out,” The Art Post (Toronto), Vol. 2, No. 1, June/July, p. 9.

                        National Film Board of Canada: Contemporary Canadian Photography from the

                        Collection of the National Film Board. (Foreward by Hugh MacLennan, Introduction by

                        Martha Langford) Edmonton: Hurtig Publishers, p 110.

                        Turner, Ralph. “Art Exhibition from Ontario now at Canada House Gallery,”

                        Canada Today/D’aujourd’hui, No. 6. London, England (Canadian High Commission),

                        p. 15-16.

1983                Anon., “Art and Architecture,” Alberta Association of Architects’ Newsletter (Calgary), Vol. 2, No. 3, July, p. 11.

                        Burnett, David and Schiff, Marilyn. Contemporary Canadian Art. Edmonton:

                        Hurtig Publishers, p. 207-208.

                        Tousley, Nancy. “Linoleum resurfaces – in the form of art,” Calgary Herald, June 23.

                        White, Stephanie. “Michael Hayden, Barbara Astman. Calgary: Nickle Arts Museum,”

                        Vanguard, Vol. 12, No. 7, September, p. 53-54.

1982                Anon. “Camera art exposed at Center,” The Paris Free Voice (Paris, France), Vol.5,

                        No.4, April, p. 1.

                        Anon. Untitled short notice, Écoute Voir (Paris, France), No. 3, April, p. 12.

                        Mays, John Bentley, “Old linoleum gets new life,” Globe and Mail, June 12.  

                        Parkin, Jeanne. Art in Architecture. Toronto: Visual Arts Ontario, p. 125.

1981                Anon. “Barbara Astman: experimenting with communication” Stages Magazine, Lethbridge, Alberta, Vol. 1, No. 3, Fall, p. 20-21.

                        Bowen, Lisa Balfour. “Artist is red, black and fine,” Toronto Star, April 5.      

                        McDougall, Arthur. “Barbara Astman, Southern Alberta Art Gallery, Lethbridge,

                        September 5 to 27,” Vanguard, Vol. 10, No. 9, November, p. 40.       

                        Saint-Jacques, Rosanne. “Barbara Astman: Peut-Être un “Body Art” Photographique,”

                        Parachute, Spring, No. 22, p. 40-41.

1980                Abbot, Louise. “Words and Images,” Afterimage (Rochester, N.Y.), November, p. 18.

                        Astman, Barbara. Untitled artist’s statement, Photo-Communiqué, Vol. 2, No. 3, Fall,

                        p. 40-41.

                        Burf, Kay. “Art: The Summer Show at the Still Photo Gallery: pictures to open our    

                        minds,” Ottawa Revue, July 6, p. 5.

                        Carroll, Nancy. “Barbara Astman, Sable-Castelli Gallery,Toronto, January 5 to 19,    

                        Vanguard, Vol. 9. No. 2, March, p. 30.

                        Dault, Gary Michael. “Barbara’s blow-up ...,” Toronto Star, January 12, 1980, p. F-7. 

                        Freedman, Adele . “Portrait: Toronto,” Portfolio Magazine, April/May Vol. II, No. 2,

                        p. 100-104.

                        Hazelgrove, Nancy. “Barbara Astman – Sable-Castelli Gallery,” Artists’ Review,          

                        Toronto, Ontario, Vol. 3, No. 4.

                        Kieran, Michael. “Machine made for office allows copyart freedom,” Globe and Mail, December 1.

                        Langford, Martha. “The Wordworks of Barbara Astman,” Canadian Women’s Studies, Vol. 2, No. 3, p. 70-73.

                        Mays, John Bentley, “Xerography: the art of the stat,” Globe and Mail, May 31, p.11.

                        “Notices: Exhibits.” Afterimage (Rochester, NY), Vol. 7, No. 6, January, p. 19.

                        Pawlenko, Lydia. “Barbara Astman, Sable-Castelli Gallery Ltd., January 5-19,” artscanada, Vol. XXXVII, No. 1, April/May, p. 39-40.

                        Purdie, James. “Gallery reviews,” Globe and Mail, January 12.

                        Purdie, James. “Through their Eyes,” City Woman, Fall, p. 55-61.

                        Reeves, John. “Art in a snap: SX-70 expressionism,” Toronto Life, June, p. 54-57.

                        Scholl, Jane D. “Press the button – and out comes art,” Smithsonian, Vol. II, No. 7, October.

1979                Canning, Barbel. “Survey shows being a woman no handicap in photography – it may even be a plus,” Canadian Photography Magazine, Vol. 9, No. 12, January, p. 21-23.

                        Dault, Gary Michael. “Artist gets bound up in her work,” Toronto Star, January 9.

                        Freedman, Adele. “Gallery reviews,” Globe and Mail, March 10, p. 38.

                        Freedman, Adele  “Janus is the foder of the artworld”, Fanfare, August 4, p.9.

                        Freedman, Adele. “Creating with Xerox's 6500” Globe and Mail.

                        Kritzwiser, Kay. “Postcards return, thanks to xerography,” Globe and Mail, July 24.

1978                Dault, Gary Michael. “Photography: the impure narratives of Barbara Astman,”

                        Saturday Night Magazine, Vol. 93, No. 5, June, p. 56-7.

                        Firpo, Patrick, Lesler Alexander, Claudia Katayangi, and Steve Ditlea. Copy Art.

                        New York: Richard Marek Publishers, pp. 48-49.

                        Oxorn, Pearl. “NFB Exhibition: Photography – a “magic” medium,” Ottawa Journal,

                        July 8, p. 30.

                        Wade, Kent. Alternative Photographic Processes. New York: Morgan and Morgan Inc.,         

                        colour insert.

1977                Haskell, Molly and Danielle B Hayes. Women Photograph Men. New York:

                        William Morrow and Co. Inc., p. 118.

                        McWillie, Judith. “Exploring electrostatic print media,” Print Review (New York,

                        Pratt Graphics Center), No. 7, p. 75-81.

                        Nations, Opal L. “The Man Who Entered Pictures, Barbara Astman at Sable-Castelli,”

                        Only Paper Today, Vol. 4, No. 7, October, p. 6.

                        Zemans, Joyce. “Colour Xerography, Art Gallery of Ontario, October 26 - November 2,

                        1976,” artscanada, Vol. XXXIV, No. 1, March/April, p. 62-63.

1976                Bodolai, Joe. “Six Exhibitions; Barbara Astman: Deja Vu Gallery of Photographic Art, January 6 - February 5” artscanada, Vol. XXXIII, No. 1, April/May, p. 64.

                        Richardson, J.E. “Toronto: Colour Xerography Show at the AGO,” artmagazine, Vol. 8, No. 30, December 1976/January, 1977, p. 19-22.

                        Teres, Rosemary. “Three artists take modern look at the human figure,”

                        Rochester Times-Union, June 12-19.

1975                Art Gallery of Ontario (with Gage Publishing Ltd.), Toronto. Exposure: Canadian Contemporary Photographers, p. 114.

                        National Film Board of Canada. The National Film Board Salutes International

                        Women’s Year, 1975, reprinted as Monk, Lorraine, The Female Eye/Coup d’oeil

                        féminin, Ottawa: National Film Board of Canada.

                        Van Dusen, Ray. “Photos and other Media” (undated review clipping from 1975),

                        The Ottawa Citizen (on file at CMCP).

1974                Dault, Gary Michael. “Young Artist’s Sense of Humour comes through in Xerox

                        Prints,” Toronto Star, November 8.

1973                Martin, Robert. “Two Picasso shows cover wide range” (review), Globe and Mail, September 8, p 28.

1966                Canadian Encyclopedia Plus, The. (entry by Karyn Elizabeth Allen) Toronto,

                        McCelland and Stewart, CD ROM.

 

 

EXHIBITION CATALOGUES

 

2017                  Kunard, Andrea, Photography in Canada 1960 -2000, Canadian Photography Institute of

                          the National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa, Ontario, p. 31-32. , ABC Art

                          Books Canada

2106                  Valente, Francesca, Out of the Bush Garden, Contemporary Artists from Central-Eastern

                          Canada, Imago Mundi, Luciano Benetton Collection, pg 56-57.

2014                McIntosh Gallery, Western University, London, Ontario, Barbara Astman I as artifact, essays by Catherine Elliot Shaw and Georgiana Uhlyarik.

                        Deutsche ArtWorks, 60 Wall Gallery, Herland, Deutsch Bank, NYC, New York 2014 essay by Liz Christensen, Senior Curator/Director.

2013                Art Gallery of Peterborough/McMaster Museum of Art, Ontario. Flowers and Photography, curated by Carla Garnet, essays by Edward Colless, Sally McKay and Carla Garnet.

                        Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art, Toronto, Ontario. Barbara Astman dancing with che: enter through the gift shop, essay by Liz Wylie.

2012                McIntosh Gallery, Western University, London, Ontario. Some Things Last a Long Time, essay by Matthew Ryan Smith.

2011                Art Gallery of Mississauga, Ontario. Art at Work: Corporate Collecting Practices Today, essay by Geraldine Davis.

                        Kelowna Art Gallery, Kelowna, British Columbia. Barbara Astman dancing with che: enter through the gift shop, essay by Liz Wylie.

                        Nicol, Heather. Art School Dismissed. Toronto, Ontario: Lakeview Press.

2007                Kelowna Art Gallery, Kelowna, British Columbia. Nexus: Histories and Communities, essay by Liz Wylie.

2006                Koffler Gallery, Toronto, Ontario. The Clementine Suite, essay by Ihor Holubizky.

2005                Image & Imagination, Le Mois de la Photo a Montréal, Montréal, essay by Martha Langford.

2000                Maison des Arts de Laval, Québec. Photo Géniques, essay by Monique B.Weinmann.

                        Stacey, Robert. Into The Deep End, The Art of Mentoring at the Ontario College of Art & Design. Toronto: Lieutenant Governor's Suite, Queen’s Park.

1995                Art Gallery of Hamilton, Hamilton, Ontario. Barbara Astman: Personal/Persona A 20-Year Survey Exhibition, essay by Liz Wylie.

1990                The Koffler Gallery, Toronto. Rock, is there something you’re not telling me?,, essay by Ihor Holubizky.

1989                Art Gallery of Hamilton, Hamilton, Ontario. Seventy-Five Years (1914-1989).

                        George Eastman House, Rochester, New York. Electroworks, essay by Marilyn McCray.

London Regional Art and Historical Museums, London, Ontario. Selections from the John Labatt Limited Collection.

1988                Lavalin, Montréal. Scripta Manent, essays by Léo Rosshandler and Céline Mayrand

1985                Direction des affaires culturelles de la Ville de Paris, Paris Audiovisuel. Génération Polaroid.

                        Third Eye Centre, Glasgow, Scotland: Visual Facts, essay by Michael Tooby.

1984                Canada House Cultural Centre Gallery, London, England. Art by Design.

1983                Art Gallery of Peterborough, Peterborough, Ontario: Photographic Sequences, introduction by Jann Bailey.

                        Nickle Arts Museum, Calgary, Alberta: Barbara Astman: Places, essay by Karyn E. Allen.

                        Stacey, Robert. The Hand Holding the Brush: Self Portraits by Canadian Artists. London: London Regional Art Gallery, p. 116-117.

1982                Art Gallery of Peterborough, Peterborough, Ontario: Barbara Astman.

Centre culturel canadien, Paris. Barbara Astman: Rouge/Red, exhibition catalogue, essay by Karyn Allen.

Ontario House, Paris, France. Aperçu de l’art de l’Ontario (Ontario Art on View).

1981                Art Gallery of Hamilton, Hamilton, Ontario. Viewpoint: Twenty-Nine by Nine, essay by Glen E. Cumming.

                        Macdonald Stewart Art Centre, Guelph, Ontario. Realism: Structure and Illusion, curated by Judith and David Nasby.

                        National Film Board of Canada, Ottawa. Portraits.

                        Southern Alberta Art Gallery, Lethbridge, Alberta. Barbara Astman: Red, essay by Adele Freedman.

1980                Alberta College of Art Gallery, Calgary, essay by Val Greenfield.

                        Art Gallery at Harbourfront. The Eye of the Beholder, essay by Anita Aarons.

McIntosh Gallery, University of Western Ontario, London, Ontario: Barbara Astman, essay by Joyann Saunders.

            National Film Board of Canada, Ottawa. Words and Images.

Ontario College of Art, Toronto. Experimental Faculty, (includes an interview with Astman by Shelagh Alexander).

1979                Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York. Translations: Photographic Images with New Forms.

                        George Eastman House, Rochester, New York. Electroworks, essay by Marilyn McCray.

                        Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York. Translations: Photographic Images with New Forms.

                        Italia/Canada Committee for Cultural Exchange, Toronto. “20 x 20” Italia-Canada.

                        Winnipeg Art Gallery, Winnipeg, Manitoba: The Winnipeg Perspective, essay by Karyn Allen. 

1978                Alberta College of Art Gallery, Calgary. First Canadian Bienniale of Prints and Drawings.

Edmonton Art Gallery. Sweet Immortality: A Selection of Photographic Portraits, curated by Doug Clark.

Edmonton Art Gallery. Sweet Immortality: A Selection of Photographic Portraits, 1978, curated by Doug Clark.

London Regional Art Gallery, London, Ontario. Young Contemporaries.

1977                Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto. 100 Years: Evolution of the Ontario College of Art.

1976                Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto. Colour Xerography, curated by Karyn Allen.

                        Central Washington State College, Ellensburg, Washington. New Photographics 76.

                        Royal Canadian Academy of Arts. Spectrum Canada.

1975                National Film Board of Canada, Ottawa: Photography 1975.

 

 

REPRODUCTIONS (No text, includes artist’s designed photo inserts)

 

2016                N+1 Literary publication, I as artifact# 12, p.108, Issue 25, Spring 2016, New York City, New York

2015                Keeping Reflections Fresh: Top Educators Share Their Innovations in Health Professional Education, Kent State University Press, Editors Allan Peterkin and Pamela Brett-MacLean

2008                Marche, Stephen. “Capitalism Taking Scalps,” Toronto Star, April 12, Ideas, ID4, image only.

2006                Prefix Photo, Volume 7, Number 2, November, p. 50-55.

2003                ShotBox (Toronto), Secrets, Postcard Set.

2002                Saturday Night, Volume 117, Number 2, May, p. 7.

2000                Toronto Life, Volume 34, Number 12, August, p. 92-93.

1999                Canada: A Portrait, Ministry of Industry, Statistics Canada, p. 40

1996                Desperate Act 3, (Rochester, New York), Winter, cover art.

1986                C Magazine, # 9, Spring, Toronto, p. 28-32.

1981                Impulse (Toronto), Vol. 9, No.1, Spring, p. 11-12.

1980                Fireweed, No. 5 & 6, Winter, 1979/80, Spring, Toronto, p. 43-45.

1975                Impulse (Toronto), Vol. 4, No. 2, Spring, p. 12-14.

                        OVO Photo, No. 19, Jan/Feb. p. 10.

1974                Impressions, (Ottawa: National Film Board of Canada) p. 92, 9, 1974.

                        Impulse (Toronto), Vol. 4, Nos. 4/5, Summer, p. 55.

                        OVO Photo, No. 17/18, Sept/Oct., p. 67.

Image Nation, Toronto: Coach House Press, (n.d. ca mid 1970's), No. 12, p. 10, 27-29

Image Nation 15, Toronto: Coach House Press, Hylnsky, David, Editor, (n.d. ca mid 1970's), No. 15, p. 4; 42.

Image Nation 16, Toronto: Coach House Press, Puckering, Shirley, Editor, (n.d. ca mid 1970's), No. 16, p. 6-12

 

Professional Affiliations / Boards / Juries

2016 – Present            Vice President, Board of Directors, Prefix (ICA) Institute of Contemporary Art,

                        Toronto, Ontario

2014 – Present            Chair, Koffler Gallery Art Advisory Committee, Toronto, Ontario

2011 – 2013    Canadian Curatorial Committee, Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto, Ontario

2009 – 2013    Board of Trustees, Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto, Ontario

2006 – 2011    Art Committee, Baycrest Hospital, Toronto, Ontario

2006 – 2010    Arts on Track Committee, Toronto Community Foundation, Toronto, Ontario

1999 – 2000    Educational Advisory Committee, Education Department, Art Gallery of Ontario,

                        Toronto, Ontario

1989 – 1992    Board of Directors, Arts Foundation of Greater Toronto, Toronto, Ontario

1986 – 1989    Appointed Member, City of Toronto Public Art Commission, Toronto, Ontario

1988                Chair: Toronto Arts Awards, Visual Arts Jury, Toronto, Ontario

                        Member, Curatorial Team: WaterWorks Exhibition, Toronto, Ontario

1983 – 1985    Board of Directors, Art Gallery at Harbourfront, Toronto, Ontario

1977 – 1983    Coordinator of Colour Xerox Artists’ Program, Visual Arts Ontario, Toronto, Ontario