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Joyce Wieland Life & Work by Johanne Sloan
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Credit for Cover Image


Joyce Wieland, O Canada, 1970. (See below for details.)


Credits for Banner Images


Biography: Joyce Wieland in 1961, photographed by Michel Lambeth. Estate of Michel Lambeth.
Key Works: Joyce Wieland, Notice Board, 1961. (See below for details.) 
Significance & Critical Issues: Joyce Wieland, Confedspread, 1967. (See below for details.)
Style & Technique: Joyce Wieland, The Far Shore, 1976. (See below for details.)
Sources & Resources: Joyce Wieland, True Patriot Love bookwork, 1971. (See below for details.)
Where to See: Installation view of Joyce Wieland’s “True Patriot Love” exhibition at the National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa. Photo © NGC.


Credits for Works by Joyce Wieland


The Battery, 1963. Private collection. © National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa.
Betsy Ross, Look What They’ve Done to the Flag You Made with Such Care, 1966. Private collection. © National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa.
Boat Tragedy, 1964. Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto. © National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa.
The Camera's Eyes, 1966. Art Gallery of Hamilton, Gift of Irving Zucker, 1992. © National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa. Photo: Carlo Catenazzi, Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto.
Cityscape, 1960. Collection of the Canada Council Art Bank, Ottawa. Photo credit: Yvan Boulerice. © National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa.
Confedspread, 1967. © National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa. Photo © NGC.
Cooling Room No. 1, 1964. From the University of Lethbridge Art Collection; Gift of Vivian and David Campbell, 1989. © National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa.
The Death of Wolfe, 1987. Private collection. © National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa.
The Far Shore, 1976. Collection: Cinémathèque québécoise / © Cinémathèque québécoise.
Film Mandala, 1966. Private collection. © National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa.
First Integrated Film with a Short on Sailing, 1963. Private collection. © National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa.
Flicks Pics #4, 1963. Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto. © National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa.
Heart On, 1961. © National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa. Photo © NGC.
I Love Canada—J’aime le Canada, 1970. MacKenzie Art Gallery, University of Regina Collection. © National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa. Photo credit: Don Hall.
The King & Queen, 1960. Private collection. © National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa.
March on Washington, 1963. Art Gallery of Hamilton, Gift of Irving Zucker, 1992. © National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa.
Notice Board, 1961. Collection of the Canada Council Art Bank, Ottawa. Photo credit: Yvan Boulerice. © National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa.
O Canada, 1970. © National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa. Photo © NGC.
La raison avant la passion, 1968. © National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa. Photo © NGC.
Rat Life and Diet in North America, 1968. Collection: Cinémathèque québécoise / © Cinémathèque québécoise.
Reason over Passion, 1968. © National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa. Photo © NGC.
Reason over Passion / La raison avant la passion, 1969. Collection: Cinémathèque québécoise / © Cinémathèque québécoise.
The Spirit of Canada Suckles the French and English Beavers, 1970–71, Art Gallery of Hamilton, Gift of Irving Zucker, 1992. © National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa.
Stranger in Town, 1963. Unknown collection. © National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa.
Stuffed Movie, 1966. Collection of the Vancouver Art Gallery, Murrin Estate Funds, VAG 68.6. Photo: Trevor Mills, Vancouver Art Gallery. © National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa.
Summer Blues—Ball, 1961. Agnes Etherington Art Centre, Queen's University, Kingston. Purchase, Chancellor Richardson Memorial Fund, 1992 (35-010). Photo credit: Bernard Clark.
True Patriot Love bookwork, 1971. © National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa. Photograph by Kayla Rocca.
Untitled (Myself as a Young Girl), n.d. Unknown collection. © National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa.
Untitled (Woman and Fox), 1986–88. Estate of Joyce Wieland. © National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa.
The Water Quilt, 1970–71. Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto. © National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa.
Water Sark, 1965. Collection: Cinémathèque québécoise / © Cinémathèque québécoise.
West 4th, 1963. Collection of Dennis Reid. © National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa. Photograph by Kayla Rocca.
Young Woman’s Blues, 1964. From the University of Lethbridge Art Collection; Purchased with funds provided by the Canada Council Special Purchase Grant, 1986. © National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa.


Credits for Photographs and Works by Other Artists


Catalogue for the Art Gallery of Ontario exhibition Joyce Wieland, 1987, edited by Marie Fleming. (Toronto: Art Gallery of Ontario and Key Porter Books, 1987.) Photograph by Kayla Rocca.
Installation view of Joyce Wieland’s Arctic Passion Cake, 1971, and La raison avant la passion, 1968, at the True Patriot Love exhibition, National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa. Photo © NGC.
Installation view of Wieland’s Arctic Passion Cake, 1971, at the True Patriot Love exhibition, National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa. Photo © NGC.
Installation view of Wieland’s Flag Arrangement, 1970–71, at the True Patriot Love exhibition, National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa. Photo © NGC.
Installation view of Wieland’s 109 Views, 1970–71. York University, Toronto. © National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa. Photograph by Kayla Rocca.
Invitation to Joyce Wieland: New Paintings at the Isaacs Gallery, Toronto, 1963. York University Libraries, Clara Thomas Archives and Special Collections, Avrom Isaacs fonds (F0134), Accession 1996-036/033 (10). York University, Toronto, F0445 S00036. Photograph by Kayla Rocca.
Invitation to the opening of Joyce Wieland Retrospective, 1957–67 at the Vancouver Art Gallery. York University Libraries, Clara Thomas Archives and Special Collections, Avrom Isaacs fonds (F0134), Accession 1996-036/033 (10). Photograph by Kayla Rocca.
Orange Car Crash Fourteen Times, 1963, by Andy Warhol. © The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, inc. / SODRAC (2014). Digital Image © The Museum of Modern Art/Licensed by SCALA / Art Resource, NY.
Prime Minister Trudeau at the Liberal Leadership Convention in Ottawa in 1968. Library and Archives Canada / Credit: Duncan Cameron / PA-111213.
Wieland and Michael Snow in 1964, photographed by John Reeves. Courtesy of John Reeves.
Wieland in her studio in 1962, photographed by Michel Lambeth. Estate of Michel Lambeth.
Wieland in New York in 1964, photographed by John Reeves. Courtesy of John Reeves.
Wieland in 1955, photographed by Warren Collins.
Wieland in 1988, photographed by Michael Torosian. National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa. © Michael Torosian.
Wieland working on O Canada in 1970, photographed by Robert Rogers. Photography Credit: Robert Rogers. Courtesy of NSCAD University, Gallery Archives, Lithography Workshop Fonds. 
Wieland’s True Patriot Love exhibition opening on July 1, 1971, at the National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa. Unknown photographer. 


Acknowledgements

From the Author
I would first like to thank Sara Angel for asking me to write this text, and also express my appreciation to Meg Taylor, Sarah Brohman, Alison Reid, Nathalie de Blois, Gaeby Abrahams, and the other members of the ACI team who have been so enthusiastic, helpful, and professional throughout. While I have benefited from conversations with many of Wieland’s friends and colleagues over the years, during the preparation of this online art book I was fortunate enough to meet with Phyllis Lambert, and I’d like to thank her for so vividly describing Wieland’s lively wit and intelligence and for sharing aspects of their friendship. —Johanne Sloan

From the Art Canada Institute
This online art book was made possible thanks to the generosity of its lead sponsors: The Toronto Friends of the Visual Arts and Phyllis Lambert.

The ACI also gratefully acknowledges its other sponsors of the 2014–15 season of the Canadian Online Art Book Project: Aimia, BMO Financial Group, Gluskin Sheff + Associates Inc., The Hal Jackman Foundation, Harold Town Estate, and the TD Bank Group.

Thanks also to the Art Canada Institute Founding Patrons: Jalynn H. Bennett, The Butterfield Family Foundation, David and Vivian Campbell, Albert E. Cummings, Kiki and Ian Delaney, The Fleck Family, Roger and Kevin Garland, Michelle Koerner and Kevin Doyle, Phil Lind, Sarah and Tom Milroy, Charles Pachter, Gerald Sheff and Shanitha Kachan, Sandra L. Simpson, Robin and David Young, and Sara and Michael Angel; as well as its Founding Partner Patrons: The Pierre Elliott Trudeau Foundation and Partners in Art.

For their cooperation in creating this work, the ACI extends gratitude to the following institutions and individuals: Jim Shedden at the Art Gallery of Ontario; Allyson Adley at the Art Gallery of York University; the Clara Thomas Archives and Special Collections at York University; Martha Young at the Canada Council Art Bank; Library and Archives Canada; Raven Amiro, Emily Antler, and Kristin Rothschild at the National Gallery of Canada; Bruce Anderson at the MacKenzie Art Gallery; the Vancouver Art Gallery; University of Lethbridge Art Gallery; and Dennis Reid, John Reeves, Morden Yolles, and John Geoghegan.

Publisher: Sara Angel
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Copyright

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ISBN 978-1-4871-0038-4

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Library and Archives Canada Cataloguing in Publication

Sloan, Johanne, 1959-, author
Joyce Wieland : life & work / Johanne Sloan.

Includes bibliographical references.
Contents: Biography — Key works — Significance & critical issues — Style &
technique — Sources & resources — Where to see.
Electronic monograph.
ISBN 978-1-4871-0040-7 (pdf).—ISBN 978-1-4871-0042-1 (epub)

1. Wieland, Joyce, 1930-1998. 2. Wieland, Joyce, 1930-1998—
Criticism and interpretation.  3. Women artists—Canada—Biography.
I. Art Canada Institute, issuing body  II. Title. 

N6549.W53S56 2014                         709.2                      C2014-904892-0