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Paper trail

The Art Canada Institute responds to a demand for physical art books

IN LATE 2013, when Sara Angel founded the Art Canada Institute – an educational non-proit dedicated to producing online books and events – she was on a mission to bring Canadian art history into contemporary conversations. She had been teaching general art-history survey courses at the University of Toronto and was challenged to ind recent materials dedicated to Canadian artists. Books on pop art, for example, would feature American artists like Andy Warhol or Claes Oldenburg but neglect Michael Snow. Museum catalogues were great for documenting a speciic exhibition but rarely told the whole story of an artist’s career or body of work.

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