MARGARET PRIEST           

1944       Born in Tyringham, England
1976       Moved to Toronto, ON, Canada
              Currently lives and works in Toronto, ON, Canada
              Professor Emeritus, University of Guelph, Guelph, ON, Canada               
              Honorary Doctorate from Ontario College of Art & Design University (2015)

Education

1970       MFA, Royal College of Art, London, England
1967       Dip.AD, (BFA equivalent) Maidstone College of Art, England

 

Forthcoming Exhibitions

2016       Solo exhibition, Georgia Scherman Projects, Toronto, ON, Canada

 

Selected Solo Exhibitions

2017 Workers Monument Suite, Joan Lehman Gallery - MacLaren Art Centre, Barrie, Ontario, Canada
2012       Margaret Priest: Ornament and Austerity, Oresman Gallery, Smith College Department of Art, Northampton, MA, USA
2011       House, Georgia Scherman Projects, Toronto, ON, Canada (catalogue)
2000       Vision and Design, Kelowna Art Gallery, Kelowna, BC, Canada 
1996       To View from Here I & II, two part, two location mid-career survey, The Macdonald Stewart Art Centre, Guelph, ON, and the Art Gallery of Hamilton, Hamilton, ON, Canada (catalogue)
1989       Recent Work, Albemarle Gallery, London, England (catalogue)
1987       What Makes a Room a Room, Marianne Friedland Gallery, Toronto, ON, Canada (catalogue)
1985       Marianne Friedland Gallery, Toronto, ON, Canada 
1983       Theo Waddington Inc., Montréal, PQ, Canada
1982       Parchment Suite, Theo Waddington Galleries, Toronto, ON, Canada
              Theo Waddington & Company Inc., New York, NY, USA
1981       Theo Waddington Galleries, Toronto, ON, Canada
1980       Recent Drawings, Theo Waddington Gallery, London, England (catalogue)
1976       Felicity Samuel Gallery, London, England
1974       Arnolfini Gallery, Bristol, England (publication)
              Garage Art Limited, London, England
1970       Arnolfini Gallery, Bristol, England (publication)

 

Selected Group Exhibitions

2017      At Home: The Interior in Canadian Art, Agnes Etherington Art Centre, Kingston, ON, Canada
Making Shade: Selections from the permanent collection
, Kitchener-Waterloo Art Gallery, Kitchener, ON, Canada
2016       Works on view, Georgia Scherman Projects, Toronto, ON, Canada
2015       Out of Line, curated by Jon Davis and Matthew Hyland, Oakville Galleries, Oakville, ON, Canada
              From the Fault: Incidence Report, curated by Wes Johnston, Dalhousie Art Gallery, Halifax, NS, Canada
Artists at Riverside Studio, MacLaren Art Centre, Barrie, Ontario, Canada
The Essence of a Room, A Virtual Exhibition from the Permanent collection, MacLaren Art Centre, Barrie, ON, Canada
2014       One, and Two, and More than Two, curated by Micah Lexier, The Power Plant, Toronto, ON (catalogue)
2013       An Immovable Object, Kitchener-Waterloo Art Gallery, Kitchener-Waterloo, ON
2012       Recent Acquisitions, The Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto, ON, Canada
              Like Minded, curated by Micah Lexier, Plug In ICA, Winnipeg, MB, Canada
2011       Made in the UK: Contemporary Art from the Richard Brown Baker Collection,
Rhode Island School of Design Museum of Art, Providence, RI, USA (catalogue)
              By Design and By Chance, McMaster Museum of Art, Hamilton, ON, Canada
              Celebrating Women Artists in the Permanent Collection, curated by Sarah Chate, The MacLaren Art Centre, Barrie, ON, Canada
2010       The Blind Architect Meets Rembrandt, curated by Ihor Holubizky, McMaster Museum of Art, Hamilton, ON, Canada (publication)
2009       Radical Regionalism: Local Knowledge and Making Places, curated by Ihor
Holubizky, Kelowna Art Gallery, Kelowna, BC, Canada (catalogue)
              True Lies, Georgia Scherman Projects, Toronto, ON, Canada
2008       1979, a featured exhibition at the reopening of the Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto, ON, Canada
              Drawing Up a Storm, Confederation Centre Art Gallery, Charlottetown, PE, Canada
              Skin, Georgia Scherman Projects, Toronto, ON, Canada
2007       Strange Events Permit Themselves the Luxury of Occurring, curated by Steven Claydon, Camden Arts Centre, London, England (catalogue)
              What is a Line? Yale University Art Gallery, New Haven, CT, USA (catalogue)
              Nexus: Histories and Communities, Kelowna Art Gallery, Kelowna, BC, Canada, (catalogue)
2006       Radical Regionalism: The Empire of Shadows, curated by Ihor Holubizky, Museum London, London, ON, Canada (catalogue)
              (Un)Natural Selections, Georgia Scherman Projects, Toronto, ON, Canada
2004       Latin American Art: Contexts and Accomplices, Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts, Norwich, Norfolk, UK
2001       Percy Miller Gallery, London, England
              Bra Joe from Kilimanjaro, curated by Ihor Holubizky, University Art Museum, University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia
2000       Made Space, curated by Gavin Morrison and Fraser Stables (site specific exhibition), Pekao Gallery, Toronto, ON, Canada (touring exhibition, catalogue, Atopia Journal)
              Made Space, curated by Gavin Morrison and Fraser Stables (site specific exhibition), Talbot Rice Gallery, University of Edinburgh, Scotland
              Made Space, curated by Gavin Morrison and Fraser Stables (site specific exhibition), The Changing Room, Stirling, Scotland
1999       My Place or Yours, Pari Nadimi Gallery, Toronto, ON, Canada
              Re-imagining Modernism: Works from the permanent collection, McLaren Art Centre, Barrie, ON, Canada
              TRANSlinear, curated by Michael Davidson and Ihor Holubizky, McMaster Museum of Art, Hamilton, ON, Canada; Tom Thomson Memorial Art Gallery, Owen Sound, ON, Canada; Plug-In Gallery, Winnipeg, MB, Canada; Mendel Art Gallery, Saskatoon, SK, Canada; Cambridge Galleries, Cambridge, ON, Canada; Kelowna Art Gallery, Kelowna, BC, Canada (touring exhibition through 2001, catalogue)
1998       Prints by Painters, Paul Kuhn Gallery, Calgary, AB, Canada
              Turner-Runyon Gallery, Dallas, TX, USA
              A Sense of Time and Place, Macdonald Stewart Art Centre, Guelph, ON, Canada
1996       Night Vision, Agnes Etherington Art Centre, Queens University, Kingston, ON, Canada
              Tithing for Eden: a photographic exhibit of landscape architectural projects, Design Exchange, and City Hall, Toronto, ON, Canada
                   Second Skin: Looking at the Garden Again, curated by Anne McPherson, Macdonald Stewart Art Centre, Guelph, ON, Canada; Rodman Hall Arts Centre, St. Catherines, ON, Canada; Lynwood Arts Centre, Simcoe, ON, Canada; The Gallery Stratford, Stratford, ON, Canada; Tom Thomson Memorial Art Gallery, Owen Sound, ON, Canada (touring exhibition through 1998, catalogue)
              Tithing for Eden: a photographic exhibit of landscape architectural projects, Design Exchange, and City Hall, Toronto, ON, Canada
1995       How Red Works, Art Gallery of Hamilton, Hamilton, ON, Canada
              Printmakers at Riverside, curated by Anne McPherson, Kitchener-Waterloo Art Gallery, Kitchener, ON, Canada; MacDonald Stewart Art Centre, Guelph, ON, Canada; MacLaren Art Centre, Barrie, ON, Canada; Art Gallery of Hamilton, Hamilton, ON, Canada; Stratford Gallery, Stratford, ON, Canada; Art Gallery of Nova Scotia, Halifax, NS, Canada (touring exhibition, catalogue)
              Interpretations of Nature: Contemporary Canadian Architecture, Landscape and Urbanism, McMichael Canadian Art Collection, Kleinberg, ON, Canada
1993       From the Collection of Garth H. Drabinsky, Drabinsky Gallery, Toronto, ON, Canada
1991       TORONTO/ROMA, an exhibition of projects organized by Francesco Moschini and Lorenzo Pignatti, School of Architecture, Toronto, ON, Canada, and The Canadian Cultural Centre, Rome, Italy (catalogue)
              Reading the Monuments of Toronto, The Venice Biennale, 5th International Exhibition of Architecture, University of Toronto, School of Architecture, Venice, Italy
              International Group Exhibition, Gallery Moos Ltd., Toronto, ON, Canada
1990       On Paper: Works on Paper by Twelve Artists, Albemarle Gallery, London, England
              International Group Exhibition, Gallery Moos Ltd., Toronto, ON, Canada
              From Here to Infinity: The Landscape in View, Marianne Friedland Gallery, Toronto, ON, Canada
              Redesigning Paradise: Toronto Landscape Projects, York Quay Gallery, Toronto, ON, Canada
1989       New Acquisitions, Marianne Friedland Gallery, Toronto, ON, Canada
              Viewpoints: 100 Years of Architecture in Ontario, Ontario Architectural Association Centennial Exhibition, Agnes Etherington Art Gallery, Kingston, ON, Canada (touring exhibition through 1991, catalogue)
1988       A Decade On Going - A Retrospective of Original Prints, Presswerk Editions, Toronto, ON, Canada
1987       Printshops of Canada: Printmaking South of Sixty, Macdonald Stewart Art Centre, Guelph, ON, Canada (publication)
1986       Canadian Painters: Ronald Boaks, Karen Kulyk, Suzanne Olivier, Margaret Priest and Malcolm Rains, Marianne Friedland Gallery, Toronto, ON, Canada
1985       Contemporary Art from the City's Collection, The Market Gallery, Toronto, ON, Canada
              Celebrating Twenty Years, 1965-1985, University of Guelph Fine Art Faculty, Macdonald Stewart Art Centre, Guelph, ON, Canada (publication)
1984       Toronto/Drawing Show, Wynick/Tuck Gallery, Toronto, ON, Canada
              Major American and Canadian Works on Paper, Marianne Friedland Gallery, Toronto, ON, Canada
1983       Form, Line and Non-Function - a Critic's Choice, Olga Korper Gallery, Toronto, ON, Canada
              Critics' Choice, Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto, ON, Canada; Mira Godard Gallery, Toronto, ON, Canada
1981       Graphex 8, Art Gallery of Brant, Brantford, ON, Canada (catalogue)
              Bath Festival Art Fair, Bath, UK
1980       Toronto Scene, Theo Waddington Inc., Montréal, PQ, Canada
              Canadian Contemporary Paintings and Works on Paper, Theo Waddington Galleries, Toronto, ON, Canada
1979       Jugentriennale + Meister der Zeignung, Nuremberg, Germany, and Ghent, Belgium (awarded prize, catalogue)
1978       100 Drawings of the 1970's, Stamford Museum, Stamford, CT, USA
              Drawings and Prints, Artists' Market Association, London, England
              Felicity Samuel Gallery, London, England
1977       Figures, Landscapes and Still Lives, David Mirvish Gallery, Toronto, ON, Canada
              Illustrating Architecture, Royal Institute of British Architects, London, England
1976       A Homage to Constable, Tate Gallery, London, England
1975       British Exhibition, Art 6, Basel, Switzerland (catalogue)
              Biennial of Graphic Art, Moderna Galerija, Ljubljana, Yugoslavia (catalogue)
1974       An Element of Landscape, Arts Council Travelling Exhibition, Great Britain (catalogue)
              Critics' Choice, Tooth's Gallery, London, England (catalogue)
1972       British Drawings, 1952-72, Angela Flowers Gallery, London, England
1970       Seven Painters and Seven Printmakers, Royal College of Art, Upper Galleries, London, England
1969       Northern Young Contemporaries, Whitworth Art Gallery, Manchester, UK (catalogue)
              Young Contemporaries, FBA Galleries, London, England (awarded Arts Council Prize) (catalogue)

 

Selected Public Art Projects/Competitions

2007       Finalist, in partnership with Fraser Stables, for the Wellesley Park national competition for the City of Toronto Public Art Programme
2006       Finalists, Design Team with Baird/Sampson Architects for Nathan Phillips Square Revitalization Competition, Toronto, ON, Canada
2003       Winner, in partnership with Fraser Stables, of the Infinity National Competition for the City of Toronto Public Art Programme
1995       Short-listed for Roundhouse Park in Toronto with Baird/Sampson Architects and Neil Turnbull Landscape Architect, Toronto, ON, Canada
1990       Winner, with Baird/Sampson Architects; Milus, Bollenberghe, Topps, Watchorn Landscape Architects; and Tony Scherman, in “Design Competition for a Park” and “Monument for Construction Workers” (www.margaretpriest.com/docs/image_gallery/monument_views/index.htm) at Bay/Adelaide, Toronto, ON, Canada
1987       Finalist, Bell Canada Enterprises Front Street Development, an international invited competition for a large-scale public art installation (http://www.margaretpriest.com/docs/image_gallery/vertical_garden/index. Htm)
1983       Finalist, Trinity Square Competition, Artist Consultant to the principals, Baird/Sampson Associates, Floyd and Gerrard Landscape Architects, Toronto, ON, Canada

 

Selected Books/Catalogues

2011       Margaret Priest: House. Essay by Gerta Moray. Toronto, ON, Canada: Georgia Scherman Projects.
              Made in the UK: Contemporary Art from the Richard Brown Baker Collection. Providence, RI, USA: Rhode Island School of Design Museum of Art.
2007       Strange Events Permit Themselves the Luxury of Occurring, exhibition catalogue. Steven Claydon. London, England: Camden Arts Centre.
              What is Line, exhibition catalogue. New Haven, CT, USA: Yale University.
              Nexus: Histories and Communities, exhibition catalogue. Liz Wylie. Kelowna, BC, Canada: Kelowna Art Gallery.
2006       Radical Regionalism: Local Knowledge and Making Places. Essays by Ihor Holubizky. Toronto, ON, Canada: Museum London.
2005       Empty Rooms. Ihor Holubizky. Karlsruhe, Germany: Werkschau, Hochschule für Gestaltung (University of Design).
2003       New City Spaces. Jane Gehl and Lars Gemzøe. Third Edition. Copenhagen, Denmark: The Danish Architectural Press.
2001       New City Spaces. Jan Gehl and Lars Gemzøe: The Danish Architectural Press.
2000       Made Space. Interview with Lee Rodney. Pekao Gallery, Toronto, ON, Canada; The Changing Room Gallery, Stirling; Talbot Rice Gallery, Edinburgh, Scotland: Atopia Journal, Issue No. 99.
              Handbook of Modern British Painting 1900-1990. Alan Windsor. ed. Aldershot, UK: Scolar Press (new edition, expanded and updated).
1999       TRANSlinear. Essays by Ihor Holubizky, Joseph Wolin and David Moos. Hamilton, ON, Canada: McMaster Museum of Art.
1998       Toronto Sculpture Garden. Rina Greer, introduction; essays by Barbara Fischer and Ihor Holubizky. Toronto, ON, Canada: Toronto Sculpture Garden.
              Architecture Parallax: Snacklunch. Essay by Ihor Holubizky. Winnipeg, MB, Canada: St. Norbert Arts Centre.
1997       Second Skin: Looking at the Garden Again. Essay by Anne McPherson. Guelph, ON, Canada: Macdonald Stewart Art Centre.
              Shape Shifters. Ihor Holubizky. Hamilton, ON, Canada: Art Gallery of Hamilton (publication).
1996       Margaret Priest: To View From Here. Essays by George Baird,
              Ihor Holubizky and Linda Norden. Hamilton, ON, Canada: Art Gallery of Hamilton; Macdonald Art Centre.
1995       Fulford, Robert. Accidental City: The Transformation of Toronto. Toronto, ON, Canada: Macfarlane Walter & Ross.
              Printmakers at Riverside. Essay by Anne McPherson. Kitchener-Waterloo, ON, Canada: Kitchener-Waterloo Art Gallery.
1994       Interpretations of Nature: Contemporary Canadian Architecture, Landscape and Urbanism. Catalogue with text by George Thomas Kapelos.
1992       Handbook of Modern British Painting 1900-1990. Alan Windsor. ed. Aldershot, UK: Scolar Press.
              The Art Gallery of Hamilton Exhibitions and Collections. Ted Pietrzak  (catalogue).
1991       Toronto/Roma Architetture per due Citta. Francesco Moschini, Lorenzo Pignatti, Architettura Arte Moderna Roma, Edizione Kappa (catalogue).
1989       Margaret Priest: Recent Work. Essay by Bernard Denvir. London, England: Albemarle Gallery.
1988       Catalogue Raisonne of Presswerk Editions. Toronto, ON, Canada.
1987       Margaret Priest: What Makes A Room A Room. Essay by Marc Baraness. Toronto, ON, Canada: Marianne Friedland Gallery.
              Framing Feminism. Pollock, Griselda and Rozsika Parker. Pandora Press: London, England and New York, USA.
              Printshops of Canada: Printmaking South of Sixty. Geraldine Davis and Ingrid Jenkner (catalogue).
1980       Margaret Priest: Recent Drawings. Essay by Jasia Reichardt. London, England: Theo Waddington Gallery.
1979       Zeichnung Heute, John McEwen, Catalogue 1, Internationale Jugendtriennale + Meister der Zeichnung, Kunsthalle, Nuremberg, Germany.
1975       Biennale de Gravure, Moderna Galerija Ljubljana, Yugoslavia (catalogue).
1974       An Element of Landscape. Essay by Jeremy Rees. London, England: Arts Council.
              Critics' Choice. Essay by Marina Vaizey. London, England: Arthur Tooth & Sons.

 

Selected Periodicals/Reviews

2013       Meredith, Pamela. “A Numbers Game” In Toronto Magazine, September 2013, p 30,31 (colour reproduction)
Whyte, Murray. “At the Power Plant, All Together Now” Toronto Star, September 24.
2010       Woodley, E.C. “Lost Perfection: Drawing and Dreaming in the Art of Margaret Priest,” Border Crossings, Winnipeg, MB, Canada, Vol. 29, No. 3, Issue No. 115, pp. 90-96, September
2009       Bowyer, Peter. “Tubular Ghosts,” Hunter and Cook, Toronto, ON, Canada, Vol. 2, Winter
2005       Nurwisah, Ron. "Hiddengems: 'Walking in the Clouds',” Spacing, Spring/Summer
2005       "Design Lines Toronto,” Azure, Spring
2003       Keenan, Edward. "Syncopating the City,” Eye Magazine, 28 August
2002       Hume, Christopher. "Urban Issues: Park has dramatic story to tell,” The Toronto Star
2001       Cheetham, Mark. Review of “Translinear,” Canadian Art, Fall
              Review of TRANSlinear, Kelowna Capital News, 19 December
              Priegert, Portia. "The abstract ... and Napoleon,” (on Translinear exhibition), Kelowna Capital News, 14 November
2000       Interview with Margaret Priest and Ihor Holubizky, CKOV Radio, Kelowna
              Priegert, Portia. “Deconstructing Destruction,” Daily Courier, Kelowna, BC, Canada, 30 November
              "Critic's Vision," Daily Courier, Kelowna, BC, Canada, 23 November
              Arts News, Canadian High Commission, London, ON, Canada, November/December
              Cameron, Neil. "Made Space, Talbot Rice Gallery, University of Edinburgh," Scotsman, 14 November
              Beaumont, Susanna. Review of Made Space, Scotland on Sunday, 10 September
              Mottram, Jack. Review of Made Space, also “The Best Exhibitions this Fortnight,” The List, 7 September
              Lubbock, Tom. "Five Best Shows Around the Country," Independent, 8 September
              Dault, Gary Michael. Review, The Globe and Mail, 15 April
1999       Ross, Ann Bauer. "City-State," Toronto Life, June
1998       Wiens, Mary. Interview, CBC Radio One
              Mandel, Charles. “Soothing the Urban Soul,” Canadian Geographic, May/June
1997       Bradley, Jessica. "Accidental Encounters with Art - an insider survey of art outdoors (and elsewhere),” C Magazine, May-August
1996       Moray, Gerta. “Margaret Priest,” C Magazine, Issue No. 51, p. 44, October-December
              Mahoney, Jeff. “Viewing Rooms - paintings ask us to look at architecture as landscape,” Hamilton Spectator, 11 May
              Hume, Christopher. “Finding a Human Scale in Monuments to Greed,” The Toronto Star, 4 April
              Brackett, Donald. Review, Toronto Life, April
              Klaassen, Cynthia. “Building from Fragments,” View, 21 March
              Fulford, Robert. William Kilbourn Lecture, "The Invention of Toronto: A city defined by its artists," Toronto Historical Board, 12 June
              Cultural Perceptions of Urbanism, course 49-464: "Reading a Community," University of Guelph, Gilbert Stetler
1995       Fulford, Robert. “A Modern Day Ruin,” Toronto Life, pp. 45-47, July
              Coolidge, Cal. “Hanging Gardens,” Architectural Review, August
              Freedman, Adele. "Urban Meditation," Architecture/New Public Spaces, August
              "New Exhibitions, Margaret Priest, 29 February - 26 May, 1996," INSIGHTS, Art Gallery of Hamilton, Hamilton, ON, Canada, Winter
1994       Dault, Gary Michael.  “Margaret Priest: The Monument to Construction Workers,” Canadian Art, Vol. II, No. 2, Summer
              Owen, Graham, editor. The Governor General's Awards for Architecture, Architecture Canada
              Lobsinger, Mary Louise, editor. “Sight/Site,” Waterloo Journal of Architecture, Vol. 2
              Review, "Toronto Masonry Awards," Toronto Construction News, Vol. 12, No. 3, May/June
              Andrighetti, Rick. “Facing the Land: Landscape Design in Canada,” Canadian Architect, August
              Andersen, Marguerita. “Margaret Priest et Yvonne Singer,” Parcours, numero treize, printemps
              Freedman, Adele. “Lighting lanterns in the wilderness,” The Globe and Mail, 1 January
1993       Freedman, Adele. “Park a real scene stealer,” The Globe and Mail, 24 December
              Hume, Christopher. “Bay Adelaide takes parks to new heights,” The Toronto Star, 17 December
              Oishi, Maurice. "Artist earns kudos for park design," At Guelph, 24 March
1992       "Awards of Excellence," Canadian Architect, December
              Lambert, Phyllis, “The Final Decade; Architectural Issues for the 1990s and Beyond," Centre, A Journal for Architecture in America,
              "SOMEplace-Architecture in Canada and The Canadian Centre for Architecture," Vol. 7
              Purino, Franco. "The First Forty-Three Stories - The Schools of Architecture at the Venice Biennale," Lotus, Issue 73, August
1991       Hume, Christopher. Review, The Toronto Star, 18 January
              Freedman, Adele. Review, The Globe and Mail, 23 January
              Bart, Angela. Research, University of Guelph, "Recognizing the Workers: Park to pay tribute to Toronto's construction trade," Summer
1990       Freedman, Adele. Review, The Globe and Mail, 29 December
1989       Dault, Gary Michael. "Spatial Delivery: The Architectural Discourse of Margaret Priest," Canadian Art, Winter, pp. 72-75
              Toronto Society of Architects Newsletter, late summer reading
              McKinley, Nigel. "The Artist's Mind, Twentieth Century Drawings and Watercolours," Magazine for the International Collector of Watercolours and Drawings, Vol. 4 No. 3, Summer
              McKinley, Nigel. Review, Time Out, No. 984, 28 June – 5 July
              Von Joel, Mike. Review, Art Line, Vol. 4 No. 7, Summer
              Berryman, Larry. Review, Arts Review, 16 June
1987       Freedman, Adele. Review, The Globe and Mail, 26 September
              Speigel, Susan. "Theoretical Architecture," Impulse Magazine, special edition," two volume set, Vol. 13 No. 1
1981       "Artists of the Seventies," Studio International, Vol. 195 No. 991/2
1980       Petherbridge, Deanna. Review, "Memories of Spaces Past," Architectural Review, December
              Feaver, William. Review, Art News, December
              Vaizey, Marina. Review, Arts Review, 10 October
              Observer, Gallery Guide, Review, 21 September
1977       Purdie, James. Review, The Globe and Mail, Toronto, 6 August
              Crichton, Fenella. Review, Art International, London Letter, Vol. XXI/I
1976       Kent, Sarah. Review, Art Monthly, No. 3, December/January
              Kent, Sarah. Caption Review, Time Out, No. 349, 26 November - 2 December
              Gilmour, Pat. Review, Arts Review, 26 November
              Vaizey, Marina. Review, Sunday Times, 21 November
              Feaver, William. Review, Observer, 21 November
1975       “The Women of Britain,” Observer, Colour Supplement, 28 September     
1974       Belsey, James. Review, Bristol Evening Post, July
              Braden, Sue. “Look While You May,” Time Out, Issue 225, pp. 21-27, June
              Vaizey, Marina. Review, Sunday Times, 16 June
              Cork, Richard. Review, London Evening Standard, 13 June
              Parker, Rozsika. "Still Out of Breath in Arizona and Other Pictures," Spare Rib, Interview, www.margaretpriest.com/docs/essays/Framing_feminism/index.htm
              No. 24 (reprinted in Framing Feminism, 1987)
1970       Gosling, Nigel. Review, Observer, 23 August
              Studio International, Print Supplement, Vol. 180, No. 928, December

 

Selected Public Collections

Europe

Arts Council of Great Britain, London, England
British Council, London, England
City of London Magistrates Courts, London, England
Leicestershire Education Authority, Leicester, England
Tate Gallery, London, England

USA

Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas, TX
Yale University Art Gallery, New Haven, CT
Smith College Museum of Art, Northhampton, MA

Canada

Agnes Etherington Art Gallery, Kingston, ON
Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto, ON
Art Gallery of Hamilton, Hamilton, ON
Canada Council Art Bank, Ottawa, ON
Canadian Centre for Architecture, Montréal, PQ
City of Toronto, Toronto, ON
Confederation Centre Art Gallery, Charlottetown, PEI
Dalhousie Art Gallery, Halifax, NS
Kelowna Art Gallery, Kelowna, BC
Kitchener-Waterloo Art Gallery, Kitchener, ON
Macdonald Stewart Art Centre, Guelph, ON
McLaren Art Centre, Barrie, ON
McMaster Museum of Art, McMaster University, Hamilton, ON
Ontario Architectural Association, Toronto, ON
The Glenhyrst Art Gallery of Brant, Brantford, ON
University of Guelph Fine Art Print Study Collection, Guelph, ON
University of Toronto, Toronto, ON

 
 
 
 
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