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Ottawa Art & Artists: An Illustrated History by Jim Burant is the inaugural title in ACI’s cities series—books that explore the rich artistic heritage of cities across the country. Canadian art and our national imagination have been profoundly shaped by place. This new series seeks to celebrate this connection beginning with the extraordinary legacy of our nation’s capital, where Indigenous peoples, settlers, and nation-builders created a community. Ottawa Art & Artists presents an in-depth critical study of the urban hub’s cultural and artistic history, its strengths and weaknesses, its lost possibilities, and its surprising successes.
The new publication includes the work of Barry Ace.
Launched in 2013, the Art Canada Institute is the only national institution whose mandate is to promote the study of an inclusive multi-vocal Canadian art history to as broad an audience as possible, in both English and French, within Canada and internationally. The ACI works with more than fifty of Canada’s leading art historians, curators, and visual culture experts who are dedicated to the creation of authoritative original content on the people, themes, and topics that have defined Canadian art history.
Before the ACI, accessible and authoritative information on the lives and work of Canadian visual artists was hard to
find. We are creating a central digital resource to tell the world about Canada’s most important works of art and where they are located. By functioning as an online art museum, a digital library, and an interactive Canadian art encyclopedia, the ACI is an indispensable resource on Canada’s visual heritage.
Based at Massey College at the University of Toronto, the ACI is a not-for-profit educational organization and a registered Canadian charity.
Barry Ace is represented by Heffel Galleries (Montreal, Toronto, Vancouver).