Gail Tremblay's essay, "Art to Help Save the Earth," is included in a monograph on artist Corwin Clairmont (Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes), published by the Missoula Art Museum in late 2020.
The Missoula Art Museum is honored to present Corwin Clairmont: Two-Headed Arrow/The Tar Sands Project, a catalog about Clairmont's 2018 exhibition of the same name. Clairmont (Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes) embarked on a conceptual and performative project that covered nearly 900 miles to examine the results of tar sand mining in Canada. Clairmont's artistic practice addresses environmental degradation and its effects on humans and wildlife through printmaking, performance, and installation works. This exhibition and catalog are the culmination of over two years' work and features more than 30 screen prints and mixed media collages.
This book was published with generous support from the PROP Foundation and The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Arts.
Table of Contents
- Artist images and exhibition documentation, (full-page color reproductions)
- Jaune Quick-to-See Smith and Neal Ambrose-Smith. "Corwin Clairmont, Hunter Gatherer and Neo-Dada Artist"
- Kathryn Shanley. "Spatializing 'Heart': Corky Clairmont's Journey to the Tar Sands and Back"
- Gail Tremblay. "Art to Help Save the Earth"
- Stephen Glueckert. "Two-Headed Arrow/The Tar Sands Project - A Masterwork at the Missoula Art Museum"
- Katie Kane. "Art, Indigenous Resistance, and Big Oil"
- Corwin Clairmont. "Double Headed Arrow Chewz (Direction/Choice) Tar Sands Artwork"
Softcover, 97 pgs
Includes essays by Jaune Quick-to-See Smith and Neal Ambrose-Smith, Kathryn Shanley, Gail Tremblay, Stephen Glueckert, Katie Kane, and Corwin Clairmont.
Published by the Missoula Art Museum, copyright 2020.
Printed by Advanced Litho Printing, Missoula, Montana
Book design by Benjamin Ferencz, The Design Cooperative