Bill Vazan practice is generally associated with land art and photographic montages. Yet in the late 1960s, the artist began developing a singular conceptual language, creating a number of emblematic works. This first monograph devoted to his Conceptual work attempt to pay tribute to an inventive, rigorous, and profound body of work that has not garnered special attention until now. It includes an interview with Patrice Loubier and essays by Marie-Josée Jean and Johanne Sloan, as well as a bio-bibliography compiled by Claudine Roger. This publication is pursuant to an exhibition presented at VOX in 2007 in collaboration with art history students from the Université du Québec à Montréal.
English and French, 202 p., col. and b/w ill., 24,1 x 30,5 cm/9,5 x 12 in, biogr., expositions pers. et coll., bibliogr. VOX, centre de l'image contemporaine (2009)
Author(s): Marie-Josée Jean, Patrice Loubier, Claudine Roger and Bill Vazan
Publication editor: Marie-Josée and Bill Vazan
Artist(s): Bill Vazan