Founded in 2013 and going strong, the ‘Canadian Online Art Book Project’ makes full use of 21st century media to potentially reach millions. The Project is a registered non-profit research organization based at Massey College, within the University of TORONTO.
<ABOVE – Skating Carnival, Victoria Rink, Montreal, WILLIAM NOTMAN, 1870>
Authors of the online books are among Canada’s leading art historians, curators and visual experts. Their work is available on the site to anyone anywhere in both French and English.
A few of the many online art books – Michael Snow, Yves Gaucher, Emily Carr, Greg Curnoe, William Kurelek, Paraskeva Clark, General Idea, Harold Town, Paul Kane, Joyce Wieland, Jack Chambers, Jean Paul Lemieux, etc.
Current Online exhibition – PARASKEVA CLARK (1898-1986), A Russian Emigre’s Eye On Canada. <SELF-PORTRAIT – ‘Paraskeva Clark with concert program’, National Gallery of Canada, OTTAWA>
<‘SNOWFALL, Paraskeva Clark, 1935> The Canadian Online Art Book Project’ – images, documents, podcasts, stories, videos, exhibits – is available right now at http://www.aci-iac.ca