William Wood lives and works in Vancouver. An art historian and critic, Woodʼs current research focuses on contemporary art and its display, the history of conceptual and minimal art of the 1960s and 1970, aesthetics and cultural criticism. Since 1984, Wood has published on recent art in journals, anthologies and exhibition catalogues as well as holding editorial positions with a number of art publications including C Magazine, Public, Vanguard, and Parachute. Recent catalogue essays and articles have dealt with such artists as Stan Douglas, Brian Jungen, Mike Kelley, Evan Lee, Ron Terada, and the entity known as the Vancouver School.
Title: Roy Kiyooka
Category: Exhibition Catalogue
Artist: Roy Kiyooka
Writers: Charlotte Townsend-Gault, John O’Brian, Roy Miki
Editor: William Wood
Design: Doug Munday
Publisher: Artspeak, Or Gallery
Year published: 1991
Binding: Perfect Bound
Features: 14 b&w, 7 colour images
Dimensions: 28.5 x 19.5 x 0.6 cm
Weight: 200 g
Price: $9 CDN
Various stages of Kiyooka’s interdisciplinary career are examined as a means of providing a context to understand something of his influence on, and contributions to, contemporary practices.