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Kitty Scott (Editor)

Brian Jungen

Friendship Centre

Brian Jungen
$ 40.00| £ 29.99 (* recommended retail price)

Examining the career of Indigenous artist Brian Jungen, this gorgeously illustrated book highlights his ability to transform everyday objects into extraordinary sculpture.

Born in the remote northern community of Fort St. John, British Columbia to an Indigenous mother and a Swiss-Canadian father, Brian Jungen’s dual heritage often provides the themes and subject matter for his work. Over the past twenty years, he has created an extensive and imaginative body of sculpture using repurposed material. This book looks at over 80 sculptures, drawings, and film stills, from whale skeletons composed of white plastic chairs and gas cans decorated with floral bead-work designs to totem pole-like forms constructed out of golf bags and Northwest Coast masks made out of repurposed sneakers. The book also includes a selection of archival materials including photographs, images of the artist working, unrealized works, and research pictures. Essays, an interview with the artist, and a timeline round out this generously illustrated book that details Jungen’s deep material explorations which highlight a long history of inequality, a concern for the environment, and a profound commitment to Indigenous ways of knowing and making.

Exhibition Itinerary:

Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto

June 20–August 25, 2019

Hardcover, 216 pages, 26,0 x 26,0 cm, 380 color illustrations
ISBN: 978-3-7913-5928-1
US June 18, 2019
UK July 23, 2019
Status of delivery: This title is available.


KITTY SCOTT is the Carol and Morton Rapp Curator of Modern and Contemporary Art at the Art Gallery of Ontario.

Kitty Scott