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FREE shipping on qualifying offers. This Inuit artist, Canada's representative at the 2008 Venice Biennale, re-defines Inuit art by unflinchingly showing the realities of life in today's Canadian North. Her detailed and intimate drawings are politically troublesome almost shocking to mainstream observers who expect traditional images of fishing.

About Nancy Campbell: Nancy Campbell is a curator of contemporary Inuit art and has a doctorate from York University. She has produced numerous exhibitions, including he landmark Annie Pootoogook at the Power Plant in Toronto in 2006. Nancy Campbell’s books.

Nancy Campbell first encountered Annie Pootoogook's drawings at a small exhibition of Pootoogook's work at Toronto's Feheley Fine Arts gallery in 2003. A year later, Campbell proposed a solo show at The Power Plant Contemporary Art Gallery, where she was curator. It finally came to fruition in 2006. Pootoogook visited Toronto for the first time for the show. Pootoogook was from Cape Dorset, Nunavut.

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Annie Pootoogook (May 11, 1969 – September 19, 2016) was a Canadian Inuk artist known for her pen and coloured pencil drawings

Annie Pootoogook (May 11, 1969 – September 19, 2016) was a Canadian Inuk artist known for her pen and coloured pencil drawings. In her art, Pootoogook often portrayed the experiences of those who lived in her community of Cape Dorset (Kinngait), in Northern Canada and occurrences that she herself experienced. Annie Pootoogook was born on May 11, 1969 in Cape Dorset (Kinngait), Canada. Pootoogook grew up in a middle-class family whose wealth came primarily from their artistic practices.

Annie Pootoogook came from a long line of Inuit artists in Cape Dorset. Her detailed and personal drawings of Inuit life have shaped the perception of Inuit art from North Canada. that you know i think she knows exactly what she is doing she where the uses of pencil citu skills right it is conveyed confident mind later tried she can see she is really trying to protect her range is more colour but i also appreciate is of living things blank like Negative spaces, we just see what's important You know this.

This Inuit artist, Canada's representative at the 2008 Venice Biennale, re-defines Inuit art by unflinchingly showing the realities of life in today's Canadian North. Her detailed and intimate drawings are politically troublesome almost shocking to mainstream observers who expect traditional images of fishing, hunting and shamanism. Instead, while nodding to traditional styles and practices, Pootoogook portrays indigenous people buying frozen food at the supermarket and watching erotic films in bed; she chronicles mental illness, domestic violence and drug addiction in precise, elegant pencil and crayon works. The book's arge-format and full-bleed reproductions do full justice to this groundbreaking artist's work. Contemplating Pootoogook's images of video games, television and anxieties about the monthly bills, the non-Inuit viewer is confronted with his or her assumptions about life in the North, writes Deborah Root in one of two excellent featured essays. Yes, we might recognize that Northerners have Ski-doos and perhaps some canned goods, but when we think of the unspoiled Arctic, Jerry Springer is not what we have in mind.
Annie Pootoogook download epub
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Author: Nancy Campbell
ISBN: 1895086175
Category: Arts & Photography
Subcategory: Other Media
Language: English
Publisher: Ram Distribution (June 1, 2007)
Pages: 38 pages