The Three Critiques of Immanuel Kant
two volumes, each 30x24x12cm
statement . . .
The three critiques of Immanuel Kant (The Critique of Pure
Reason,The Critique of Practical Reason,and The Critique of Judgement)
are the most comprehensive expression of analytic thought. Of particular influence,
for the understanding of art and aesthetics, is the third text in this series.
To approach these texts is to approach the entire tradition of Western metaphysics
since the enlightenment.
exhibitions . . .
• Group. “Alpha Beta Data,” Akau Inc. (Toronto ON), curated by Cheryl Sourkes
• Solo. “Bibliomania,” University of Lethbridge Art Gallery (Lethbridge AB), curated by Josephine Mills
• Solo. “Recent Books,” Lutrin de l’étude (Montréal)
• Group. “Superlatives,” Mendel Art Gallery (Saskatoon)
reviews . . .
• Dault, Gary Michael. “Gallery Going: Review of Alpha Beta Data” The Globe and Mail (12 August 2006), p R11.
collections . . .
• Mendel Art Gallery