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Ironic to Iconic: The Performance Works of Tanya Mars

Artist
Tanya Mars
Price
$32.95
Date
2008
Publisher
FADO Performance Inc.
Format
Catalogues
Details
Softcover
ISBN
978-0-9730883-1-1
Size
16.1 × 23.9 × 1.8 cm
Length
254 
Description

Tanya Mars, winner of a 2008 Governer General’s Award in Visual and Media Arts has been a key figure in Canadian art since she burst on the scne in 1974 with her first groundbreaking exhibition, Dodpieces: Phallic Paraphernalia. Provacative and political, Mars has relentlessly shown us that the way to the jugular is through the funny bone, creating a series of compelling “three-dimensional pictures” that have made her one of Canada’s most acclaimed and important performance artists. This anthology offers a comprehensive look at her career, including extensive photo documentation and a DVD featuring her site-specific work, Tyranny of Bliss (2004).


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