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Video Re/View: The (best) Source for Critical Writings on Canadian Artist's Video

Price
$28.00
Date
1996
Publisher
Art Metropole
Format
Anthologies
Details
Softcover
ISBN
0-920956-37-8
Size
15.5 × 23 × 3 cm
Length
492 
Description

Edited by Peggy Gale and Lisa Steele, and co-published by Art Metropole and V-Tape (1996). The most comprehensive text on Canadian video art, this 25-year overview includes essays by John Greyson, Lisa Steele, Tom Sherman, General Idea, Eric Cameron, Marshall McLuhan, Peggy Gale, Richard Fung, Susan Rynard, Nell Tenhaaf, and others.

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