You are here

Publications

“Otherwise Occupied” in Bashir Makhoul/Aissa Deebi: Otherwise Occupied, 55th Esposizone Intrnationale d’Arte, le bienniale de Venezia, 2013, Palestinian Art Court – Al Hoash, p. 6-21


“Introduction: Improba Materia: Maybe”, in Cornelia Parker, Thames and Hudson, London, 2013, 256 pp.,


2013

“El Matam El Mish-Masry (the non-Egyptian restaurant),” pp. 101-104, Spanish/English, Generacion 2013, Proyecto de arte, Caja Madric Corale Arts Javen, pp. 168


2011

“War is Peace. Freedom is Slavery. Ignorance is Strength.”, pp. 66-75, in The Best of Times, the Worst of Times: Rebirth and Apocolypse in Contemporary Art,” the First Kyiv International Biennale of Contemporary Art, pp. 432


2011

co-authored with Milena Hoegsberg, “Talking and Thinking about Biennials: the potential of discursivity”, p. 360-375,  in The Biennial Reader: an anthology on large-scale perennial exhibitions, Bergen Kunshall, Hatje Cantz Verlag, 512 pp.


2010

“Desert Aesthetics: the way of water,” in The Beauty of Distance: Songs of Survival in a Precarious Age, 17th Biennale of Sydney, pp. 112-113, Thames and Hudson, Australia, 348 pp.


2009

"Where there is a Will there is a Way", in Will Gorlitz: nowhere if not here, Wilfred Laurier University Press, Waterloo, Ontario, p. 3-23


2008

Summer: Julian Schnabel: paintings 1976-2007, SKIRA, Rome, ed. David Moos, "notes of Julian Schnabel's Untitled (surfer) paintings," with David Moos, P. 51-60

James Drake, University of Texas Press, Austin, "Skin Language", p. 2-7

Kounellis, (two books), Galerie Karsten Greve, Koln, Germany, "Ohne Titel", p. 14-17, "Senza Titolo", p. 18-21, 239 pp. and "Untitled", p. 14-17, "Sans Titre", p. 18-21, 239 pp.


2007

Michael Joo, Other Criteria, London, England, 200 pp., "Where there Is (artificial) smoke there Is fervour", p. 22-29

Andreas Kocks-Cannonball, Jeannie Freilich Fine Art, New York, (catalogue), May 3-June 9, 2007, 108 pp., "Outside of sculpture: outside of drawing and outside of time", english/german, p. 43-47

"Art Schools: A Group Crit", Issues & Commentary, Art in America, New York, p. 103-104

"Robots r' Us", (catalogue), The Robotic Chair: Max Dean, Raffaello D'Andrea, Matt Donovan, Kitchener-Waterloo Art Gallery, Sept. 20, 2007-January 6, 2008, (catalogue)


2006

"Blind White", for William Steiger: Under a Telephone Pole, Margaret Thatcher Projects, New York, October 12-November 18, p. 5-9, (catalogue)


2005

Janet Cardiff: The Walk Book, Art Contemporary,Vienna with Thyssen-Bornemisza/Public Art Fund, New York, 343 pp., "Louisiana Walk", p. 258-259, CD included


2002

Eric Fischl: "The bed, the chair…," Jablonka Galerie, Köln, Germany.

Excerpt from ‘Magnetic Fields: The Quality of Looking.Sight Mapping. Konsthollan-Bohuslans Museum, Uddevalla, Sweden; Gallery of Modern Art, Glasgow, Scotland, page 39.

“Curtos-ciruitos e mini-sistemas.”  Jac Leirner: Ad Infinitum.  Centro Cultural Banco do Brasil, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 2002; pp. 147-150. (reprint in Portuguese)


2001

Objects on the Border” (reprint). Haim Steinbach: North East South West, Hatje Cantz Publishers, Germany. P. 79-104 (English and German)

“Magnetic Fields: The Quality of Looking”.   Andrew Bick, Gallerie Von Bartha, Basel, in collaboration with Hale Gallery, London & Liebman Magnan, New York, p. 4-9.


2000

“Raul Codero: Video Without Video Equipment”, Raul Codero, Iturralde Gallery, Los Angeles; Liebman Magnan Gallery, New York; Christina Vives, La Habana, p. 5-12 (catalogue)

“Objects on the Border / Objekte an der Grenze.”  Haim Steinbach: North East South West.  (exhibition catalogue).  Hatje Cantz Verlag, Germany, 2000; pp. 94-106.  (reprint)


1999

“Cornelia Parker interviewed by Bruce Ferguson”, Cornelia Parker, ICA, Boston, p. 45-61, (catalogue)

“Objects on the Border”, (Objekte an der Grenze), Haim Steinbach, Museum Moderner Kunst Stifting Ludwig Wien, 20er Haus, REMAprint, Wien, p. 105 – 121, (catalogue)

“Labors of love. Love’s labors lost”, Clay Ketter, AB Propexus, Lund, Sweden, unpaginated, 192 pp.

“An interview by Bruce W. Ferguson,” Critical Vehicles: Writings, Projects, Interviews, Krzysztof Wodiczko, MIT Press, Cambridge, 1999, pp182-193.

“Postmark: An Abstract Effect”, Postmark: An Abstract Effect, Site Santa Fe, Santa Fe, New Mexico, p. 9 – 19 (catalogue)

“Abstraction in Context: a Modest Proposal”, Cinco Continentes y una Ciudad,, Museo de la Cuidad de Mexico, Mexico City, p. 79 - 84


1998

“Restless Productions” (Creaciones inquietas), Francis Alÿs, Walks/Paseos, Museo de Arte Moderno, Mexico City, Mexico, pp. 53 – 61 (English and Spanish, trans. Rubén Gallo)

“Sam Taylor Wood: The Eyes and Ears of History”, (Gil occhi e le orchecchie della storia), STW Fondazione Prada, Milan, 1998, p. 8-21 (Italian and English)

“An interview with Sam Taylor-Wood," Bomb Magazine, Fall, New York, Fall No. 65, pp. 43-48 

“James Drake.”  In “James Drake” (exhibition brochure).  Grand Arts, Kansas City, Missouri, 1998. 

“spirit matters”, Hope Sandrow: water life, Whitney Museum of American Art at Philip Morris, July 24-Oct. 9, (catalogue) pp. 6-11

“Christopher Wool”, The Contemporary, The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, Summer, 1998, p. 4-6


1997

“Mimesis:the Economy of Erotics”, Ralph Gibson:   Overtones, edition Stemmle, 1997, p. 84/85

“Beverly Semmes: Location, Location, Location”, Beverly Semmes: New and Recent Sculpture, Irish Museum of Art, Dublin, 2 Oct. - 16 Feb., pp. 6-15 (catalogue)

“James Drake.”  Flash Art.  Vol. XXX no 193, Mar / Apr 1997.  p. 109

“Objects on the Border”, Haim Steinbach, Museum Moderner Kunst Stiftung Ludwig, Wien, 22 Nov. - 11 Jan., p.115-130

“Dangerous Liaisons and the Value of Things”, Rebecca Horn: The Glance of Infinity, Kestner Gesellschaft, Hanover, p. 31-45


1996

Thinking About Exhibitions, Edited by Reesa Greenberg, Bruce W. Ferguson and Sandy Nairne, Routledge, London and New York, 488 pages, anthology with contributions by Debora J. Meijers, Mari Carmen Ramirez, Jean-Marc Poinsot, Walter Grasskamp, Tony Bennett, Johanne Lamoureux, Jean-Francois Lyotard, Mieke Bal, Fred Wilson, Judith Barry, Rosalind Krauss, Daniel Buren, Germano Celant, Andrea Fraser et al including an essay by each of the editors (Ferguson: “Exhibition Rhetorics: material speech and utter sense”, pp. 175-190), hardback and paperback.

“Objects in the Neighbourhood.”  In Haim Steinbach (exhibition catalogue).  Winnipeg, 1996 (pp. 7-16).

“Thinking and Walking and Thinking” , NowHere, Louisiana Museum, Denmark. Two-volume catalogue in Danish and English, June

“Left Beholding the Promised Land: Ardele Lister in America.”  Video re/View.  Peggy Gale and Lisa Steele, Eds. Art Metropole & V tape, Toronto, 1996.  (pp. 372-375)  (reprint)

“Conceal/ Reveal”.  In Conceal / Reveal (catalogue).  Site Santa Fe, September 13-November 2, 1996.  Santa Fe, New Mexico, 1996 (unpaginated).

“Comment: Cruising with Claude: Matts Leiderstam”, Art +Text, Volume 54, 1996, Paddington, New South Wales, Australia, pp.39-41

“Global Art: Francis Alÿs”, Flash Art, Volume XXIX, no. 188, May-June, 1996, Milan, p. 103

“Everything That’s Interesting is New”, Flash Art, Volume XXIX, no. 187, March-April, 1996, pp. 108-109

1995 "Andres Serrano: Invisible Power", blood and soul, Takarajima Books, Tokio, 1995, editor, Brian Wallis

"On a Detour from Language", tropos, Dia Center for the Arts, New York, pp. 103-117

“Longing and Belonging: From the Faraway Nearby.”  (exhibition catalogue)  with Vincent J. Varga.  Site Santa Fe, Santa Fe, New Mexico, 1995. 

“Mapping International Exhibitions.”  With Reesa Greenberg and Sandy Nairne.  L’art exposé.  Musee catonal des beaux-arts, Sion, 1995  Pp. 23-47.  (reprint)


1994

"WHO SPEAKS TO WHOM and FOR WHOM and UNDER WHAT CONDITIONS", American Visions/Visiones de las Américas: Artistic and Cultural Identity in the Western Hemisphere, aca books, American Council for the Arts, New York, New York, 1994, p. 35-40

“The Accidental Curator.”  Artforum international.  NYC, NY.  October 1994. (pp. 76-79,116-118)

"Eric Fischl: At Home With Paintings", artpress 191, Mai 94, Paris, p. 24-32 (French and English)

"Northern Noises", Sightlines: Reading Contemporary Canadian Art, artexte, Montreal, p. 66-73, ed. J. Bradley and L. Johnstone

"Déja Vu and Déja Lu (Already Seen and Already Read), Gary Hill, Henry Art Gallery, University of Washington, Seattle, 1994 (retrospective catalogue), p. 15-21 (republished by Voyager Press, Los Angeles and New York with a retrospective of Hill's video tapes on laser discs)

“AmerefierycontemplationonthesagaofJoanJonas”, Joan Jonas: Works 1968-1994, Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam (catalogue) May 31-June 19, 1994 p. 13-21.


1993

"I Believe (That) It Is An Image (In Light) Of The Other”, Gary Hill: In Light of the Other, Museum of Modern Art, Oxford, Tate Gallery, Liverpool, November, (catalogue), p. 17-21

“Currents ’93: Dress Codes.”  (video catalogue for exhibition of the same name). The Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston, MA, 1993.

“Curatorial Methodology/ Curatorial Conversations:  Museum Speech Acts.”  Art as Knowledge / The Artist As Construct: The New Ontology.  UNESCO/ Turkish National Committee Association of Plastic Arts, Istanbul, Turkey, 1993 (pp. 31-64). English and Turkish. 

"Arnaud Maggs at the Hotel Langue", HOTEL, Art Metropole, Toronto, Ontario, 1993, (book), p. 5-14 (French and English)

"The Sculpture of Charles Ray", Charles Ray, Rooseum Center for Contemporary Art, Malmo, Sweden, (catalogue), March 5-May 8, p. 7-28, p. 72-82 (English and Swedish)

"Mapping International Exhibitions", On taking a normal situation and retranslating it into overlapping and multiple readings of conditions past and present, Museum van Hedendaagse Kunst, Antwerpen, Belgium, September 9 November 28, (catalogue), p. 135-152, (English and Flemish), written with Sandy Nairne and Reesa Greenberg.

“Reading Rights and Writing Wrongs.”  Artforum International.  May 1993. NYC; pp. 9-10. 

"The Venice Biennale", Canadian Art, Toronto, Fall, p. 78-80

"Going for Baroque: a MisMannerist Guide", Culture Lab 1, Princeton University Press, New York, ed. Brian Boigan, p. 39-48. (anthology includes other writers i.e. Hal Foster, Linda Hutcheon, Ronald Jones, Manuel De Landa)


1992

"Some Forenotes by a Noted Foureyed Friend", 4 FRIENDS, The Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art, Ridgefield, Oct. 4 , 1992 - Jan. 10, 1993, (catalogue) p. 6-15

"Conversa amb Krzysztof Wodiczko", Krzysztof Wodiczko: Instruments, Projeccions, Vehicles, Fundacio Antoni Tapies, Barcelona, 4 June - 6 September, 1992, p. 47 (catalogue), English, Spanish, Catalan

"Miniature Worlds", Canadian Art, Toronto, Volume 9, Number 1, Spring/March, 1992, p. 20

"In the Realm of the Senses", Mirabella, New York, April, p. 62-64 (review of an Ann Hamilton installation)

“Performing Objects.”  (video catalogue for exhibition of the same name).  The Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston, MA, 1992. 

Untitled short story.  The Alphabet of Lili. With Mike Glier.  The Drawing Center, NYC, 1992. 


1991

"A New History: David Diao's Paintings", David Diao: Selections 1972-1991, Cherg Piin Gallery,Taipei, Taiwan, (catalogue)

"Short Circuits and Mini-Systems", Jac Leirner: Viewpoints,  Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, Minnesota, November, (catalogue)

“Left Beholding the Promised Land: Ardele Lister in America.”  Four Visions of Television.  Walter Phillips Gallery, Banff, AB, 1991. 

"Patterns of Intent: Christopher Wool", Artforum, September, New York, p. 95-98

"Richard Sennett with Bruce Ferguson", TSWA Four Cities Project, TSWA, Derry, Glasgow, Newcastle, Plymouth, p. 143-146 (catalogue)

"Colin Campbell: Otherwise Worldly", Activating the Archive 2, Art Metropole, Toronto, limited edition brochure (reversioned article)

"The Importance of Being Ernie: Taking a Close Look (and Listen)", Illuminating Video: An Essential Guide to Video Art, eds. Doug Hall and Sally Jo Fifer, Aperture & Bay Area Video Coalition, New York and San Francisco, p. 349-365 (reversioned article)

"Eric Fischl: A Cinematic Artist", Eric Fischl, Guild Hall, East Hampton, New York, (catalogue)

"Un-Natural Acts and Tongue-Ties", Un-Natural Traces, Barbican Art Gallery, Barbican Centre, London, (catalogue), p. 11-15

"Places with a Past: Site-Specific Art in Charleston", Canadian Art, Winter, 1991, Toronto, pp. 68-70

“Left Beholding the Promised Land: Ardele Lister in America.”  Artist’s Television Workshop, Walter Phillips Gallery, Banff Center, Banff, Alberta, 1991.


1990

"The Importance of Being Ernie: Taking a Close Look (and Listen), p. 349 - 365, in Illuminating Video: An Essential Guide to Video Art,566 pp., Aperture Foundation, New York, 1990

"Of and By Roses ReRead", Sherrie Levine, Mary Boone Gallery, New York, May 4 - June 29, (catalogue)

"Otherwise Worldly", Colin Campbell: Media Works 1972-1 Winnipeg Art Gallery, Winnipeg, (catalogue), p. 8-23

"Contextualization and the Disappearance of the Art Object: A round -table discussion", C  Magazine, Toronto, Fall 1990, p.16-23

Rebecca Horn: Really Dangerous Liaisons", Rebecca Horn: Diving  Through Buster's Bedroom, The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles and Fabbri Edditori, Milan, (catalogue/book), p.19-27

"What's a Meta For?", PASTFUTURETENSE, Winnipeg Art Gallery and the Vancouver Art Gallery, Sept. 16-Dec. 6, (catalogue), p. 6-22

"Banking on the Present" (Preface), Talk Back-Listen Talk Back Listen Talk: The Visual Arts Program at First Bank System 1980-1990, ed. Bruce Ferguson, Jane Swingle, Kobi Conaway, Winnipeg Art Gallery, Winnipeg, Manitoba, p.7 (catalogue/book)

"Vikky Alexander: Glass (Not) Sculpture", Vikky Alexander/James Welling, Kunsthalle, Bern, Switzerland, May 12 to June 24, 1990 (catalogue) English and German

"Modernism's Many Lives: David Diao", Artforum, May 1990, New York, p. 178-182

"Klaus vom Bruch: Do Not Paint This Screen", C Magazine, March, 1990, Toronto, p. 48-57 (reversioned article)

"Mel Kendrick and the Well-Adjusted Object", Art in America, February, l990, New York, p. 146-156

"Word Trade Center", New Urban Landscape, Rizzoli Publishers, New York, (catalogue/book)

"Alien Matter", Jana Sterbak , The New Museum, New York, February,(catalogue)

Interviews with the Artists.  Rhetorical Image (catalogue).  The New Museum of Contemporary Art.  NYC, 1990.  pp. 26-93.


1989

"Camera Ready: Snapshots of Eric Fischl", Border Crossings, Fall, l989, Winnipeg, Manitoba, p. 70-75

"Klaus vom Bruch: Do not paint this Surface", Surface to Surface, Moderna Museet, Stockholm, p. 5-15 (catalogue) (English and Swedish)

"The Art of Memory: Barbara Steinman", Vanguard, Volume 18, Number 3, Summer l989, Vancouver, p. 10-15

"Cinema of Silence", John McEwen: Public Work, Southern Alberta Art Gallery, Lethbridge, Alberta, p.9-22, (catalogue/book)

"Wordsmith: An Interview with Jenny Holzer", Signs, ICA, London, England,  p.73-85 (reprint: catalogue)

"Statement", Art Against Aids: On the Road, Public Art, Project, San Francisco, National Art Against Aids Publication(catalogue)

"The Eiffel Tower, Only Morceaux", C  Magazine, 21, Toronto, March l989, p. 12 - 34

"Of a Place Solitary: Of a Sound, Mute", Barbara Steinman, Artists Space, New York, New York (catalogue)

"From Vision to Text: A Re-action", David Diao, Musee d'Art Moderne Saint-Etienne, Saint-Etienne, France, p. 6-40 (catalogue) (English and French)

"Paradoxical Images", Abstraction in Question, John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art, Sarasota, p. 25 - 30 (catalogue)

“Marginal Modernisms: local history models / Marginella Modernismer: modeler for local historia.”  The Aerial Kit.  Kalejdoskop, Sweden, 1990.   (English and Swedish)  pp.4-9


1988

"Nomad is an Island: Roland Brener", Vanguard, Summer/Ete, l988, Volume l7, No. 3, Vancouver, p. 24 - 27/

"Marshall McLuhan: Values at the Speed of Type", Border Crossings, Volume 7, No. 4, Oct. l988, Winnipeg, p.48-49 (Winner of Western Magazine Award for Arts Review, l989)

"Pardon My French", Shift,  artspace, San Francisco, California, May,

"The Impossible Self", in The Impossible Self, Winnipeg Art Gallery, Winnipeg, Manitoba, April, l988 (with Sandy  Nairne) (catalogue)

"On Track" in On Track: An Exhibition of Art in Technology,  Olympic Arts Festival, Calgary, Alberta, January 26-February 28, Nova Building, p. 3 - 26 (catalogue)


1987

"Northern Noises", Vanguard,  Dec/Jan.1987, Vancouver, British Columbia , p.10-13 (reprint from catalogue) "Northern Noises", Northern Noises,  l9th Sao Paulo International Biennial, (catalogue of Canadian participation)

“When the Yuppies Come Marching In",  C   Magazine, 15, September, l987, Toronto, Ontario, p. 42 - 45

"Unnatural Acts", Canadian Journal of Political and Social Theory/Revue canadienne de theorie politique et sociale, Volume XI, Nos. 1-2,(1987), Montreal, Quebec, p.16-24, (reprint from catalogue)

"Notes on a Local History", in A Play of History/Jeu d'Histoire, Art Gallery at Harbourfront, Toronto, Ontario, May-June (catalogue)


1986

"Eric Fischl: All Dressed Up With Nowhere to Go", Documenta 8, Kassel, West Germany, June 12-Sept 20., (catalogue 2), p.70-71, (German)

"Wordsmith:An Interview with Jenny Holzer", Art in America, New York, December, 1986, p. 108-115, p.153 (reprint from catalogue)

"Wordsmith:An Interview with Jenny Holzer" in Jenny Holzer: Signs, Des Moines Art Center, Des Moines, Iowa, 1986, p.65-77 (catalogue)

"Unnatural Acts", in Tony Brown/Day Dreams, Winnipeg Art Gallery, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Sept 14 - Oct 26, 1986, p. 26-30 (catalogue)

"Return of a Native Son: or Home-Town Boy Makes Good Art", Five  Families by Allan H. Mackay,  Confederation Art Centre and Art Gallery, Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, April, 1986 (catalogue)


1985

"Edinburgh International Television Festival" Artforum, December, 1985, New York, p.101-102

"Ernie Kovacs: A Good Look (and Listen)", C  Magazine, Fall, Toronto, p.14-23

"Video 84 ", Vanguard, February, l985, Vancouver, p. 24-26

" Corrupting Realism: Four Probes into a Body of Work", Eric Fischl:Paintings, Mendel Art Gallery, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, p.18-30 (catalogue)

"Space Invaders", Space Invaders, Norman Mackenzie Art Gallery, Regina, Saskatchewan, p.108-114 (catalogue)


1984

"Making Airwaves", Prime Time Video, Mendel Art Gallery, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, p. 15-20 (English), p.58-64 (French), (catalogue)

"Introduction", 1984 Ottawa International Festival of Video Art, SAW Gallery, Ottawa, Ontario, April (catalogue)

“Public and Private Galleries:  A Curator’s View”, Contact (Special Canadian Clay Conference Issue).  The Alberta Potter’s Association, Edmonton, September 1984, Issue 58, pp. 12-13.


1983

"Appearing" in Appearing , Mount Saint Vincent Art Gallery, Halifax, Nova Scotia, November (catalogue)

"The Garden as Vessel", in Vic Cicansky: Clay Sculpture, Norman Mackenzie Art Gallery, Regina, Saskatchewan, p.2-25, (catalogue)

“Video Programme.”  Okanada (catalogue for exhibition in Berlin, December 5 1992-January 30, 1983).  The Canada Council, Ottawa, 1983 (pp. 243-252)

"Backyard Gene Pool", Rubicon, Montreal, Quebec, Number 1, Spring, 1983, p. 147-150

"International Exhibitions - Part One", Fuse, Toronto, Ontario, Feb. 1983, p. 229-304

"International Exhibitions - Part Two", Fuse, Toronto, Ontario, March/April, p.322-326

"Kunstler aus Kanada: Raume und Instaliationen", in Kunstler aus Kanada, Wurttembergischer Kunstverein, Stuttgart, West Germany, p. 7-19 (catalogue-German and English)

"In the Middle of a Story", in Eric Fischl: Dessins/Drawings, Saidye Bronfman Centre, Montreal, Quebec (catalogue),French and English

"Television Means Video Is" and "La Tele est la, donc video existe", in Parallelogramme, Toronto, Ontario, Volume 8, no. fevrier/mars, 1983, p.16-18 and  p.34-36


1982

"Saskatchewan Open '82", in Folio, Mendel Art Gallery, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, September, 1982, p. 12-16 (reprinted in Saskatchewan Arts, Volume 5, no. 3, Winter, l983, Regina, Saskatchewan, p.2-5

"Correspondences", Correspondences, Walter Phillips Gallery, Banff, Alberta, p.5-18 (catalogue)

"Instant Baxter Sandwich", Instantaneous Response: Iain Baxter Polaroid Photo Art, Alberta College of Art, Calgary, Alberta (catalogue)


1981

“Joe Sleep’s Handmade Prints.”  Joe Sleep Retrospective (catalogue).  Art Gallery of Nova Scotia, Halifax, 1981.


1980

"George Sawchuk", George Sawchuk, Mendel Art Gallery, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, p.1-48 (catalogue). Reprinted as "A Natural Politic - George Sawchuk", Vanguard,  April, 1981, Vancouver, British Columbia, p.10-17

"Introduction”, “Colin Campbell", Pierre Falardeau/Julien Poulin", "General Idea”, “Tom Sherman", "Lisa Steele", CANADA VIDEO ,XXXIX Biennale di Venezia, National Gallery of Canada Publication, Ottawa, Ontario p.1-111 (catalogue), French, English, Italian

"Made in Saskatchewan", Canadian Antiques and Art Review, Sept., Halifax, p.11-12

"Le Musee Imaginarie de Tintin", CanadianAntiques and Art Review,  October/Nov., Halifax, Nova Scotia, p.18-19

"Rue Mentana: Betty Goodwin and Marcel Lemeyre", Parachute 20,  Fall, Montréal, Quebec, p.28-33

"Shirley Wiitasalo", Parachute 19,  Summer, Montréal, Quebec, p. 19

Alternative Art Schools Study,  co-authored with Claude Breeze, Ontario Arts Council, Toronto, Ontario, p. 1-58

"Suzy Lake: Are You Talking to Me?", Mendel Art Gallery, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, (catalogue), p. 2-4


1978

"Gerhard Richter", co-authored with Jeff Spalding, in Parachute 13, hiver, 1978, Montréal, Quebec, p.31-33

The Future of the Canada Council:  Canada Council, Ottawa, co-authored in committee, Ontario, 52 pages, English/French.