A monument to the talent of Canadian women artists in the interwar period, Uninvited: Canadian Women Artists in the Modern Moment provides a full and diverse cross-country survey of the art made by women during this pivotal time, incorporating the work of both settler and Indigenous visual artists in a stirring affirmation of the female creative voice.
About the author
Sarah Milroy is a Toronto writer and art critic. She served as editor and publisher of Canadian Art magazine (1991-96) and as art critic of the Globe and Mail (2001-10). Milroy has contributed to publications on the work of Gathie Falk, Jack Chambers, Greg Curnoe and Fred Herzog, and is a regular contributor to Canadian Art, Border Crossings and The Walrus.
Other titles by Sarah Milroy
Jewish Life in Canada
In His Own Voice
The Sobey Family and Canadian Art
The Group of Seven and Tom Thomson
Into the Light
The Art of Lionel LeMoine FitzGerald
Paintings for Sale
From the Forest to the Sea
Emily Carr in British Columbia