Face the Nation is the exhibition catalogue produced to accompany an exhibition curated by Catherine Crowston and presented by the Art Gallery of Alberta in 2008. Featuring a selection of 8 contemporary artists from across Canada: K.C. Adams, Lori Blondeau, Dana Claxton, Terrance Houle, Maria Hupfield, Kent Monkman, Adrian Stimson and Jeff Thomas, whose works address issues of history, representation and identity, and the important role that art plays in creating, reinforcing and also undermining myths and stereotypes of people and cultures.
Anthem: Perspectives on Home and Native Land is a bilingual (English and French) art catalogue that was produced by Carleton University Art Gallery to support the exhibition of the same name. The works of KC Adams, Fastwurms, Cynthia Girard, Dana Inkstar, Alisdair MacRae, Shirley Moorhouse, and Eric Robinson are featured in this book. The curatorial essay is written by Mohawk curator Ryan Rice.
Oh So Iroquois, Kwah I:ken Tsi, Tellement Iroquois is a unique 132-page trilingual (Mohawk, English, and French) art exhibition catalogue organized and curated by Ryan Rice. The exhibition catalogue showcases Haudenosaunee artists from Quebec, Ontario, and New York. The artists employ a variety of techniques such as mixed media, sculpture, painting, photography, video, beadwork, silverwork, and installation work. Their extraordinary pieces draw on traditional metaphors and are combined with contemporary themes such a peace and the environment.