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For 25 years, he has branded the everyday, starting with Generation X, a cohort of underachievers who weren’t slackers at all but victims of booming forces of history. With his first solo show kicking off this summer at Vancouver Art Gallery, stick with us below for an insider’s glance of Douglas Coupland, courtesy of those with first-hand experience.
Did you know Douglas Coupland used to write for Vancouver Magazine? If this piques your interest, you can view some of his original pieces here, here, and even here.
Curating a survey exhibition of an artist’s career involves far more than just selecting which artworks will be displayed in what order…
It’s hard not to be sucked into the visual vortex that is Douglas Coupland’s home, a 1960s post-and-beam haven in bucolic West Vancouver partly camouflaged by creepers and firs. …
In 2012, Coupland imagined and realized an installation for Nuit Blanche, a dusk-to-dawn art happening each fall that sees Toronto…
A few years ago I asked Coupland if he would write a short intellectual biography of Marshall McLuhan. It was to be part of a series…
The first time I met Douglas Coupland, I was a little intimidated. One doesn’t know what to expect…
At the airport, it turned out Kam had booked me into first class—woohoo! It was a brilliant early evening, with magic light beaming in through…