- 198 pages
- October 18, 2016
- 9.5 x 11 x 0.75 in
Ken Danby: Beyond the Crease, the first major book on Ken Danby's creative practise in two decades, examines the depth and breadth of Danby's work. Designed to accompany a major retrospective exhibition organized by the Art Gallery of Hamilton, it features an essay by art historian Ihor Holubizky, a detailed chronology by Christine Braun, more than sixty reproductions of Danbys major paintings, including At the Crease, Lacing Up, Pancho, and Pulling Out, and dozens of archival photographs, as well as Danby's own words about his life and work drawn from an unpublished autobiographical essay that he completed shortly before his death.
Ihor Holubizky is the Senior Curator at the McMaster Museum of Art, McMaster University. He recieved his PhD in Art History from the University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia. Holubizky has contributed to numerous publications, catalogues, and journals in Canada, the United States, Europe, and Australia over the past thirty-five years.
Greg McKee is an artist and craftsman. He has a BFA from the University of Guelph and worked for Ken Danby as a master printmaker, studio technician, and manager from 1979 until Danby's death in 2007.
Andrwe J. Oko is the former director of the Art Gallery of Hamilton.