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Fascinating imagery and top-notch design make it hard to resist art books. But it's often challenging for publishers to turn a profit. more

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Many extraordinary illustrated books on Indigenous art were published this year in Canada – and more are coming soon. more

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It's been a banner year for books about Canadian fine craft and design. more

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Many recent books on the market (or soon to be) focus on the art of photography. more

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Several new books tell the stories of women artists, including Mary Schäffer, an adventurous writer, painter and photographer. more

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We reached out to the arts community for suggestions of favourite books, new and old. more

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The National Gallery of Canada’s “paternalism” in promoting its vision of Canadian art in the West receives a pointed critique in a new book about the history of public art galleries in Western Canada. more

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Beadwork and other Indigenous art is playing an increasingly important role in Canadian art history. more

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The ninth book in the series "The Unheralded Artists of B.C.," released last fall, was "The Life and Art of Mary Filer" by Christina Johnson-Dean. Filer, who died in 2016, was a glass artist. more

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Danby was thrilled the realistic, menacing-looking picture had frightened his son: “I knew it was potent.” more

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Browse through the past few issues of Galleries West for recent feature stories, interviews and profiles from the world of Canadian art.