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Wilf Perreault: in the alley / dans la ruelle

by Timothy Long

Wilf Perreault: in the alley / dans la ruelle

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This rich full-colour presentation of a significant prairie artist’s work includes essays, prose and poetry that respond to the visual feast.

Wilf Perreault is in a class of artists known primarily for a single subject – in his case, the humble urban back alley. Coteau Books proudly joins forces with the MacKenzie Art Gallery to present a coffee-table book with more than a hundred full-colour images, accompanied by essays discussing the work of the artist best known as “Wilf”.

Wilf Perreault contains an additional treat – 11 pieces of creative prose and poetry by Saskatchewan literary artists responding to Wilf's work in general, or to specific paintings that have inspired them.

Walking up the alley with Wilf Perreault, we see how his work fits perfectly into the tradition established by Saskatchewan artists from Ernest Lindner to Joe Fafard to David Thauberger. His paintings are rendered in a breathtaking detail that asks us to take another, closer, look at the everyday.

Born in the small Franco-Saskatchewan community of Albertville, Wilf Perreault studied art at the University of Saskatchewan and has been painting and teaching art in Regina since the early 1970s.

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ISBN
9781550505955
eISBN
9781550505962
Size
12" x 10" 240 pages
Ages:
Adult
Price
59.95 CDN; 59.95 USD
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CDN; USD
Categories
Non-Fiction Non-Fiction Case Bound With Dust Jacket Adult
Author
Timothy Long

About the Author

Timothy Long has been Head Curator at the MacKenzie Art Gallery since 2001. His landmark exhibitions of Saskatchewan artists include: David Thauberger: Road Trips & Other Diversions (2013); Tactile Desires: The Work of Jack Sures (2011); and Joe Fafard (2007). His recent publications include: After Presence: Problems of Presence in Contemporary Art (MacKenzie Art Gallery, 2013) and The Vaults: Art from the MacKenzie Art Gallery and University of Regina Collections (with Stephen King, University of Regina Press, 2013).

Don Kerr is a Saskatoon poet and art collector who has for the last fifteen years written articles on visual artists, as well as a book on Vic Cicansky, The Garden of Art, Vic Cicansky, Sculpture.

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