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The Southern Alberta Art Gallery maintains an extensive publishing program as a complement to its exhibitions. SAAG produces approximately six to eight exhibition catalogues each year, of which the majority are monographs. A major mailing is undertaken every year to distribute catalogues to over 250 art institutions, independent curators and publishers across Canada, the U.S.A. and Europe. In addition, Art Books Canada (ABC) regularly orders and distributes the gallery’s publications.

Art Books Canada is the Gallery's official retail and library distributor in Canada and worldwide.
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Gareth Long  /  Gareth Long: Never Odd Or Even
May 2012

Gareth Long: Never Odd Or Even Frances Loeffler, Kevin Killian, Maria Fusco, Erika Balsom, Simon Critchley and Gareth Long Publication documenting two recent bodies of work by New York-based artist Gareth Long.
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Emotional Blackmail
October 2011

Emotional Blackmail Chen Tamir and Markús Thór Andrésson Tracing a tendency away from the irony and cynicism that marked contemporary art of the 1980s and 1990s, this publication offers a sampling of complex works marked by what could be called “neo-sincerity.
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Daniel Young and Christian Giroux  /  Young & Giroux
October 2011

Young & Giroux Kenneth Hayes, Jesse Huisken and Mark Lanctôt   Daniel Young and Christian Giroux have been making art together for nearly ten years.
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Ian Pedigo  /  Ian Pedigo: Works 2007-2010
September 2011

Ian Pedigo: Works 2007-2010 Chris Sharp & Lillian Davies   Ian Pedigo's work is located between found-object assemblage and three-dimensional collage.
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Jon Sasaki  /  Jon Sasaki: Good Intentions
August 2011

Jon Sasaki: Good Intentions Ann MacDonald, Crystal Mowry and Ben Portis Utilizing video, objects, performance and installation, Jon Sasaki takes cynicism, futility and tragedy as starting points, countering the thematic heaviness with dry, comic delivery.
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Marie-Josée Laframboise  /  Marie-Josée Laframboise: Network Installations
February 2011

Marie-Josée Laframboise: Network Installations 
Eve-Lyne Beaudry, Andrea Fatona, Joan Stebbins & Marie-Josée Laframboise Artist Marie-Josée Laframboise departs from traditional notions of cartography by constructing original environments out of preexisting spaces.
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Billy McCarroll  /  Billy J. McCarroll: How To Play a Winning Game Your Natural Way
February 2011

Billy J. McCarroll: How To Play a Winning Game Your Natural Way Jeffrey Spalding, Ryan Doherty & Peter White   This major retrospective monograph revisits 40 years of the career of the American-born Canadian artist.
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Trudi Lynn Smith  /  Trudi Smith: Field Guide
June 2010

Field guide serves as an experiential initiation with text and images through which participants journey on a one-of-a-kind “quest” to relocate an historical image in Waterton.
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Cal Lane  /  Cal Lane: Sweet Crude
June 2010

"Sweet Crude” refers to that most sought-after form of petroleum, at once a source of treasured conveniences and the grim catalyst of international conflict, economic collapse and environmental distress.
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Nanna Debois Buhl  /  A Journey in Two Directions
March 2010

A Journey in Two Directions presents a body of work completed by Nanna Debois Buhl in 2010, which examines traces of the Danish colonial past in the intersection of Afro-Caribbean, American, and Danish histories.
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David Hoffos  /  Scenes from the House Dream
January 2010

The House Dream project has formed the nexus of Hoffos's studio practice for the past five years and serves as a compendium of the artist's signature new/old media techniques which have been perfected over seventeen years of art production.
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Samuel Roy-Bois  /  Samuel Roy Bois: Polarizer
December 2009

The work of Samuel Roy-Bois resists categorization, freely mixing drawing, painting, sculpture, performance, music, architecture and literature to create large-scale installations that compell the viewer to enter.
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Ted Hiebert  /  Ted Hiebert: Chronicles
September 2009

Ted Hiebert: Chronicles Ted Hiebert’s experimental exploration of photography produces provocative serial images that contain layered references to the construction of identity.
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Derek Sullivan  /  Derek Sullivan: We may be standing on the shoulders of giants but some of us are looking at the stars
April 2009

Derek Sullivan: We may be standing on the shoulders of giants but some of us are looking at the stars With appropriation and recombination as a strategy, Sullivan uses the poster as a medium of communication.
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Mary Kavanagh  /  Mary Kavanagh: Seeking Georgia - Mapping O'Keeffe Country
February 2009

Mary Kavanagh: Seeking Georgia - Mapping O'Keefe Country Through an investigation of the multiple industries that surround painter and feminist icon Georgia O'Keeffe, Mary Kavanagh examines the production of cultural history, the cult of personality, and the detrimental effects of tourism on arts scholarship.
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Tanya Harnett  /  Tanya Harnett: Persona Grata
January 2009

Tanya Harnett: Persona grata Tanya Harnett’s new series of photographic works explore the many and diverse layers of her being through self-portraiture.
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David Spriggs  /  David Spriggs: Archaeology of Space
January 2009

David Spriggs: Archaeology of Space Charles Stanievech, Gordon Hatt, Mark Clintberg & Marie-Eve Beaupré Using layered groups of transparent drawings suspended in museum-style cases, Spriggs creates what he calls Spatial Image Sculpture.
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Colwyn Griffith  /  Colwyn Griffith: Empire Projects
June 2008

Colwyn Griffith: Empire Projects Rocío Aranda-Alvarado Colwyn Griffith produces large-scale colour photographs that question the ethics of western consumption and empire.
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Vid Ingelevics  /  Vid Ingelevics: Hunter/Gatherer
April 2008

Vid Ingelevics: Hunter/Gaherer Kim Fullerton Using a large format camera to insure clarity, precision and the illusion of factuality, Ingelevics explores the limits of historicization through documentation.
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Don Gill  /  Don Gill: D'Arcy Island
February 2008

Don Gill: D'Arcy Island Lorna Brown Social history is inextricably tied to natural history and Don Gill's investigations have produced a convergence of the two, often evolving into case studies which the artist documents through photography, text, video and installation.
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Dagmar Dahle  /  Dagmar Dahle: Lost Bird Collecting
February 2008

Dagmar Dahle: Lost Bird Collecting Carol Williams Dahle's interests are intricately bound to one institutional ethos, that of the museum.
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Susan Bozic  /  Susan Bozic: The Dating Portfolio
January 2008

Susan Bozic: The Dating Portfolio Gordon Hatt & Bill Jeffries Susan Bozic's work recalls the performance-based photography of Cindy Sherman and Jeff Wall while taking as its subject the social construction of romance.
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Shary Boyle  /  Shary Boyle: Otherworld Uprising
January 2008

Shary Boyle: Otherworld Uprising Ben Portis, Josee Drouin-Brisebos and Sheila Heti Otherworld Uprising features full colour reproductions of Boyle's recent series of porcelain figurines, examines the influence of her research into historical porcelain on her drawings, and considers the parallel development of her latest oil portraits.
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