- Shelley Adler
- Ljubodrag Andric
- Stephen Appleby-Barr
- Michael Awad
- Matt Bahen
- Joachim Bandau
- Charles Bierk
- Jeffrey Blondes
- Edward Burtynsky
- Chuck Close
- Ric Evans
- Greg Hardy
- John Hartman
- Katharine Harvey
- Erik Madigan Heck
- Howard Hodgkin
- Izima Kaoru
- Yousuf Karsh
- Mara Korkola
- Saul Leiter
|1976-79||MFA, Concordia University, Montreal, Canada (Irene Whittome/Guido Molinari, advisors)|
|1972-76||BFA, Nova Scotia College of Art and Design (NSCAD), Halifax, Nova Scotia|
SOLO AND TWO PERSON EXHIBITIONs
|2015-18||Landon Mackenzie: Parallel Journey: Work on Paper (1975-2015), Curator Liz Wylie, Kelowna Art Gallery, Kelowna, Canada. Tour: Confederation Centre for the Arts, Charlottetown, PEI; Dalhousie University Art Gallery, Halifax, NS and MacLaren Art Centre, Barrie, ON, Canada. Accompanied by comprehensive book of 192 pages, with essays by Robin Laurence, David Liss, Peter Dykhuis, Liz Wylie and published by Black Dog Publishing, London, UK|
|2016-17||Mirror Square and Blue Web (Response to paintings by John Kissick), Katzman Contemporary, Toronto, Canada|
|2016||Right Side Up: Landon Mackenzie and Paul Mathieu. A collaboration of paintings by Mackenzie with ceramics by Mathieu. Headbones Gallery, Vernon, BC, Canada|
|2014-15||Emily Carr and Landon Mackenzie: Woodchopper and the Monkey. Curator: Grant Arnold. In dialogue with Emily Carr, Mackenzie and Arnold selected over fifty works between 1907 to 2014 by her and Carr and included a 16’ round wool and silk hand-knotted carpet created for Mackenzie in China. Catalogue essay by Dr. Gerta Moray, Vancouver Art Gallery, Canada|
|2014||Landon Mackenzie (small pictures), Art 45, Montréal, Canada|
|2013|| Landon Mackenzie: Train Yard, ZK/U, Centre for Art and Urbanistics, Berlin, Germany |
Four/Quatre, Art 45, Montréal, Canada
|2012-13||Landon Mackenzie; Nervous Centre, Curator Naomi Potter, Esker Foundation. Catalogue essay by Dr. Glen Lowry, Calgary, Canada|
|2012||Landon Mackenzie; Mapping History, Touchstones Nelson Museum of Art and History, Nelson, British Columbia, Canada|
|2011||Landon Mackenzie: Crossing Over, Why Cloud the Whites, Richmond Art Gallery. Paired with soundscapes for five Mackenzie paintings by composer Denis Burke, Richmond, BC, Canada|
|2010||Bleu/Blue, Art 45, Montréal, Canada|
|2009||Map Room, Cité International des Arts, Paris, France|
|2008|| Landon Mackenzie; Neurotransmitter, Art 45, Montréal, Canada |
Landon Mackenzie; Houbart’s Hope, Concordia University FOFA Gallery, Montréal, Canada
|2006||New Worlds, (with Alison Norlen), Curator Shauna McCabe, Art Gallery of the Confederation Centre for the Arts, Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, Canada|
|2005||Houbart’s Hope, Curator Peter Dykhuis, Anna Leonowens Gallery of NSCAD, Halifax, Canada|
|2002||Double Vision, (with Medrie MacPhee), Curator Lisa Baldassara, Art Gallery of Greater Victoria, Victoria, British Columbia, Canada|
|2001||Landon Mackenzie: Tracking Athabasca, Curator David Liss, Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art (MOCCA), Toronto, Canada|
|2000|| Shadows of Davy’s Gray, Art Gallery of Sudbury, Sudbury, Canada |
Tracking Athabasca, Espace 502 (Project Space of Galerie René Blouin), Montréal, Canada
|1999|| 9 Shadows of Davy’s Gray, Art Gallery of the South Okanagan, Penticton, Canada |
Landon Mackenzie: A Northern Retrospective (1977-1997), Curator George Harris, Gallery of the Yukon Arts Centre, Whitehorse, Yukon, Canada (brochure)
|1997|| Landon Mackenzie, Curators Jack Liang and Loretta Yarlow, Art Gallery of York University, Toronto, Ontario, Canada (catalogue essay by Jack Liang) |
Landon Mackenzie, Cold City Gallery, Toronto, Canada
|1996|| Saskatchewan Paintings, Curator Helen Marzolf, The Dunlop Gallery, Regina, Canada |
Landon Mackenzie: Saskatchewan Paintings, Espace 502 (Project Space of Galerie René Blouin), Montréal, Canada
Landon Mackenzie: Paintings – Peintures, Espace 502, Montréal, Canada
|1995||Saskatchewan Paintings, Curator Keith Wallace, The Contemporary Art Gallery (CAG) Vancouver, Canada (catalogue essay by Charlotte Townsend-Gault)|
|1993|| Landon Mackenzie, Wynick/Tuck Gallery, Toronto, Canada |
Landon Mackenzie: Studio of New Paintings (card: Vancouver at Night), Vancouver, Canada
|1991|| Subject in Exile, The Whyte Museum of the Canadian Rockies, Banff, Canada |
Landon Mackenzie: New Paintings, Wynick/Tuck Gallery, Toronto, Canada
Landon Mackenzie: Studio Preview of New Work (poster: Finally She Turned), Vancouver, Canada
|1989|| Landon Mackenzie: New Paintings, Wynick/Tuck Gallery, Toronto, Canada |
Landon Mackenzie: Studio Preview of New Paintings (poster: Canadian Shield and Target), Vancouver, Canada
|1987|| Landon Mackenzie, Wynick/Tuck Gallery, Toronto, Canada |
Landon Mackenzie: Pre-Shipping Studio Show (poster: Island), Vancouver, Canada
|1986||Canada: Landon Mackenzie and Robert Murray, (Mackenzie: Crossing series and Murray steel sculptures), Gallery Two Nine One, Atlanta, Georgia, USA|
|1985|| Landon Mackenzie; Crossing, Scarborough Campus Art Gallery, University of Toronto, Canada |
Landon Mackenzie: Painting, Curator Joan Stebbins, Southern Alberta Art Gallery, Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada (catalogue essay by Bella Rabinovitch)
|1984||Wainio & Mackenzie: New Paintings, Yarlow/Salzman Gallery, Toronto, Canada|
|1983||Gestation, Galerie France Morin, Montréal, Canada|
|1982||Lost River Series, Mercer Union, Toronto, Canada|
|1981||Lost River Series, Galerie France Morin, Montréal, Canada|
|1980|| Landon Mackenzie: Love Letters and Fish Stories, Articule, Montréal, Canada |
Love Letters, YYZ, Toronto, Canada
|1979||From a Single Etching Plate, Main Sprinkler Valve Gallery, Concordia University, Montréal,Canada|
SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS
|2017||The Governor General’s Award in Visual and Media Arts. Coordinated by the National Gallery of Canada. Winnipeg Art Gallery, Winnipeg, MB, Canada|
|2015|| The Poetics of Space, Curator Daina Augaitis, Vancouver Art Gallery, Vancouver, Canada |
Trade/Gift/Purchase: Artists Collect, Warren Flowers Gallery, Dawson College, Montréal, Canada
|2014||Locate: Selections from the Yukon Arts Centre Permanent Collection, (with Jim Logan, Michael Belmore, Marlene Creates), Yukon Arts Centre, Whitehorse, Canada|
|2012|| We Tell Ourselves Stories, Curator Christine Sowiak, Nickle Arts Museum, University of Calgary, Calgary, Canada |
Rural Readymade, Curator Shauna McCabe, College Art Gallery/Kenderdine Collection, University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, Canada
Global Astronomy Month, Web-based curated exhibition, Astronomers Without Borders, Amsterdam, Netherlands (online exhibition and video)
|2011|| Tracing Mobility: Cartography and Migration in Networked Space. International exhibition and conference curated by Trampoline, Haus der Kulturen der Welt (House of World Cultures), Berlin, Germany (printed ad online catalogue and materials) |
Eleven Painters - A String Theory, Curator Yunhee Min, Concourse Gallery, Emily Carr University, Vancouver, Canada
The Point Is, Curator Liz Wylie, Kelowna Art Gallery, Kelowna, Canada (catalogue essay by Liz Wylie)
|2010||New Collection: MAC, Musee d’art contemporain, Montréal, Canada|
|2009||Enacting Abstraction, Curator Daina Augaitis, Vancouver Art Gallery, Vancouver, Canada|
|2008|| Arena: The Art of Hockey, Curator Ray Cronin, Art Gallery of Nova Scotia, Halifax, Canada (catalogue) |
Search/Research: Contemporary Landscapes, Surrey Art Gallery, British Columbia, Canada
|2007|| Ladder Factories & Wheatfields, National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa, Canada |
Permeable Borders, Cartographic Illusions: The Art of the Map, Simon Fraser University Art Gallery, Burnaby and Vancouver, Canada
Where I Stand: Contemporary Landscapes by Canadian Artists, MacKenzie Art Gallery, Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada
|2006-07||PAINT, Curator Neil Campbell, Vancouver Art Gallery, Vancouver, Canada|
|2005||NSCAD in the Seventies, Art Gallery of Nova Scotia, Halifax, Canada|
|2004|| New Acquisitions Painting (with Peter Doig and Francois Alÿs), National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa, Canada |
New Collections Exhibition, Art Gallery of Nova Scotia, Halifax, Canada
Permanent Collections Exhibition, Contemporary Art, National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa, Canada
|2003|| Artists and Maps: Cartography as a Means of Knowing, the Ronna and Eric Hoffman |
Contemporary Art Gallery, Lewis and Clarke College, Portland, Oregon, USA (catalogue)
That Still Place/That Place Still, Curator Christine Sowiak, Nickle Art Galleries, University of
Calgary, Calgary, Canada (catalogue)
That’s My Wonderful Town, Curator Timothy Long, Mackenzie Art Gallery, Regina, Canada
|2002|| Short Stories, Curator James Patton, Winnipeg Art Gallery, Winnipeg, Canada (catalogue) |
Geographies, Centre d’Exposition, Baie-Saint-Paul, Québec, Canada
Failure, Curator Seamus Kealy, Belkin Satellite, Vancouver, Canada
Qu’Appelle: Tales of Two Valleys, Curators Dan Ring and Robert Stacey, McMichael Centre for Canadian Art, Kleinberg; tour: Mendel Art Gallery, Saskatoon; MacKenzie Art Gallery, Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada (catalogue essay by Robert Stacey)
New Acquisitions, Art Gallery of the Confederation Centre for the Arts, Charlottetown, Canada
|2001||Three Vancouver Painters, (invitational) Pari Nadini Gallery, Toronto, Canada|
|2000|| Pictures, Positions and Places, Vancouver Art Gallery, Vancouver, Canada |
Place/Lieu, National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa, Canada
Download, Charles H. Scott Gallery, Vancouver, Canada
Dispatches and Inscriptions, Vancouver Art Gallery, Vancouver, Canada
Human Nature, Vancouver Art Gallery, Vancouver, Canada
Le Cri Muet, Centre d’Exposition, Baie-Saint-Paul, Québec, Canada
|1999||Reading the Image, Burnaby Art Gallery, Burnaby, Canada|
|1998|| Permanent Collection concurrent with Cosmos, Curator Stefan Aquin, Montréal Museum of Fine Arts, Montréal, Canada |
True North: The Landscape in Contemporary Canadian Art, Curator David Liss, Museum of Fine Arts, Kaohsiung, Taiwan (catalogue)
In the Wilds: Canoeing and Canadian Art, Curator Liz Wylie, McMichael Canadian Art
Collection, Kleinburg, Ontario, Canada (catalogue)
Paintings, Contemporary Art Section, National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa, Canada
|1997|| Beyond the Surface: Collaboration, Charles H. Scott Gallery, Vancouver, Canada |
Vancouver Perspectives, Curator Greg Bellerby, Taipei Museum of Fine Arts, Taipei, Taiwan, (catalogue)
|1996|| Re-Drawing the Boundaries of Painting: A New Subjectivity, Centre d’Exposition, Baie-SaintPaul, Québec, Canada |
Vancouver Perspectives, Curator Greg Bellerby, Yokohama Civic Centre, Japan (catalogue)
Topographies: Aspects of Recent BC Art, Curators Grant Arnold et al., The Vancouver Art
Gallery, Vancouver, Canada (catalogue)
The Eye of the Collector, Musee d’art contemporain, Montréal, Canada
|1995|| Place, Territory and Sign, Vancouver Art Gallery, Vancouver, Canada |
informal ideas: 95.4 (reflect), Wynick/Tuck Gallery, Toronto, Canada
|1994|| Return to Paradise: Contemporary Views of the Land, Edmonton Art Gallery, Edmonton, Canada |
Looking Back II, Southern Alberta Art Gallery, Lethbridge, Canada
|1993|| Reflecting Paradise, Expo ’93, Curator Jeffry Spalding, Seoul, Korea, and tour of Korea |
The Land Approached, Carleton University Art Gallery, Ottawa, Canada
|1991|| Oldman River Expedition, Southern Alberta Art Gallery, Lethbridge, Canada (catalogue) |
West Coast Stories, Latitude 51 Gallery, Edmonton, Canada
Round the Outside, Round the Inside, University of Lethbridge, Canada
|1988|| View Points, Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto, Canada |
St. Michael’s Printshop 1972-1987, Memorial University Gallery, St. John’s, Newfoundland, Canada (catalogue)
Great Strides, Stride Gallery, Calgary, Canada
|1987||BC Placed: Recent Trends & Historical Predecessors in the Art of British Columbia, Curator Jeffrey Spalding, University of Lethbridge, Canada|
|1986|| Some Versions of Pastoral, Art Gallery of Harbourfront, Toronto, Canada (catalogue essay byGary Michael Dault) |
The Romantic Landscape Now, Curator Jeffrey Spalding, Touring Exhibition, Artspace,
Peterborough; Art Gallery of Algoma, Sault Ste. Marie; Southern Alberta Art Gallery, Lethbridge;NOVA Corporation, Calgary; Surrey Art Gallery, Surrey, Canada (catalogue)
Anima(l), The Koffler Gallery, Toronto, Canada (catalogue/brochure)
|1985|| Anne Billy, Pierre Dorion, Angela Grossman, Landon Mackenzie, Curator France Morin, 49th |
Parallel Gallery; Centre for Canadian Art, New York, USA (catalogue/brochure)
|1984|| Landon Mackenzie (Cluny, Winter 1984), Forest City Gallery, London, Ontario, Canada |
Images: New Representational Art, Edmonton Art Gallery, Edmonton, Canada
|1983|| Flags by Artists, City of Bonn, Various indoor and outdoor venues, Bonn, Germany |
Actuelle I: Quebec Women Artists, Air Canada Pavilion, Montréal, Canada
The Quebec Connection, Harbourfront Art Gallery, Toronto, Canada
|1982|| Montreal Painting Now, Curator Sandra Paikowski, Concordia University Art Gallery, Montréal, |
Seventh British Biennale, (Print exhibition), Venue unknown, Bradford, England, UK
|1981|| 3rd Biennale of Painting, Saidye Bronfman Centre, Montréal, Canada |
Contemporary Prints and Drawings, Montréal Museum of Fine Arts, Montréal, Canada
|1979||International Mail Art, Vehicule Art, Montréal, Canada|
|1977|| 03 23 03: Premieres Recontres International d’Art Contemporain Montréal 1977, |
Curators/authors: Normand Thériault, Chantal Pontbriand, Thierry de Duve. Performance,conference and exhibitions in March, held at former post office, rue Amherst, Montréal, Québec
03 23 03, Selected works from Montréal exhibition (including Single Plate Etching Postcards by Mackenzie) and documentation of performances and other durational events shown May, 1977, National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa, Canada
| National Gallery of Canada |
Art Gallery of Ontario
Montréal Museum of Fine Arts
Vancouver Art Gallery
Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal
Art Gallery of Nova Scotia
Art Gallery of the Confederation Centre of the Arts
Audain Art Museum
MacKenzie Art Gallery
Yukon Arts Centre
Foreign Affairs, Government of Canada
Musée du Québec, Prêt des Oeuvres
Canada Council Art Bank
Carleton University Art Gallery
Kenderdine Art Gallery of the University of Saskatchewan
Nickle Art Galleries of the University of Calgary
MacDonald Stewart Art Centre of Guelph
University of Lethbridge
Northumberland Hills Hospital of Cobourg
McCarthy Tetrault Law (Montréal)
Osler Hoskin and Harcourt Law (Toronto)
London Life Insurance (Toronto)
Randall/Norris Collection (Peterborough)
The Royal Bank of Canada
Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce
Toronto Dominion Bank
Caisse de dépôt de Québec
National Bank of Canada
Four Seasons Hotel Whistler
Sun Life Insurance Company of Canada
Morris J. Wosk Centre for Dialogue at Simon Fraser University
Esker Foundation Hill Family Collection
Private collections in Canada, USA, UK and Europe
|2017||Governor General’s Award in Visual and Media Arts|
|2013|| Artist Fellow Residency (Invitational), ZK/U, Berlin |
ECU Creative Research Sabbatical
Canada Council Travel Grant to Europe
|2012||Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal|
|2009|| The Inaugural Ian Wallace Award for Excellence in Teaching |
Canada Council Paris Studio Residency
|2007||ECU Creative Research Sabbatical, Berlin|
|2005|| Royal Canadian Academy |
Canada Council Grant to Established Artists
|2003|| Queen Elizabeth II Golden Jubilee Medal (Presented by Premier of British Columbia) |
Canada Council “A” Grant
|1999||Canada Council “A” Grant|
|1998||Canada Council Travel Grant to Taiwan|
|1996||Canada Council “B” Grant|
|1994||Canada Council “B” Grant|
|1990||Project Grant, Province of British Columbia|
|1988||Canada Council “Projects Cost” Grant with Travel|
|1985||Ontario Arts Council Grant|
|1983||Canada Council “B” Grant with Travel|
|1981|| Canada Council “B” Grant with Travel |
First Prize, “3rd Biennale of Québec Painting”
|1980||Canada Council “Short term” Grant|
|1979||Canada Council “Short term” Grant|
|1977||Graduate Studies Teaching Fellowship, Concordia University, Montréal|
|1971||AGO Scholarship to Art Class at OCA (Jarvis Collegiate recipient)|
|2017||Landon Mackenzie: We Don’t Have A Picture Yet- a film by Anthony Grieco for the 2017 Governor General’s Award in Visual and Media Arts|
|2016|| Pearson, Gary. “Landon Mackenzie”. Crossovers, Bordercrossings, Vol 35 Issue 137. 108-109. |
Interview on CBC Radio Charlottetown, PEI, with Karen Mair on Main Street Show (June)
|2015|| Wylie, Liz editor: Landon Mackenzie: Parallel Journey: Work on Paper, comprehensive book of 192 pages of images, with essays by Robin Laurence, David Liss, Peter Dykhuis, and Liz Wylie. Black Dog Publishing, London, UK. |
Laurence, Robin. “Landon Mackenzie Brings New Life to Emily Carr Paintings,” Canadian Art
Online (Reviews). 9 March 2015.
|2014|| Moray, Gerta. “The View from Nowhere: Landon Mackenzie Spins Emily Carr.” Emily Carr and Landon Mackenzie: Wood Chopper and the Monkey (catalogue). Vancouver: Vancouver Art Gallery, 2014. |
Arnold, Grant. “Introduction” and “An Interview with Landon Mackenzie,” Emily Carr and Landon
Mackenzie: Wood Chopper and the Monkey (catalogue). Vancouver: Vancouver Art Gallery, 2014.
Laurence, Robin. “Emily Carr and Landon Mackenzie: Wood Chopper and the Monkey Juxtaposes Past and Present.” Georgia Straight (print and online). Vancouver: 7 October, 2014.
|2013||Mellema, Tatiana. “Landon Mackenzie” (Esker Foundation). Border Crossings (print and online). Issue 125, March 2013.|
|2012|| Potter, Naomi. “Interview with Landon Mackenzie.” Landon Mackenzie: Nervous Centre. Calgary: Esker Foundation, 2012. |
Lowry, Glen. “Nervous Centres: Landon Mackenzie’s Painting and Drawings 1993-2012.”
Landon Mackenzie: Nervous Centre. Calgary: Esker Foundation, 2012.
|2011|| Lowry, Glen. “After Goya, Long After: Landon Mackenzie: Crossing Over; Why Cloud the Whites.” Exhibition essay, Richmond Art Gallery, 2011. |
Laurence, Robin. “Landon Mackenzie's Crossing Over: Why Cloud the Whites is
Spectacular and Intimate.” Georgia Straight (online). 20 September 2011.
Laurence, Robin. “Mapping Out a Dazzling World; Landon Mackenzie; Crossing Over: Why
Cloud the Whites.” Georgia Straight. Vancouver: September, 2011.
Trampoline. “The Conventional Map is Useless; This Incorporeal Space has Different Rules.” Poster/booklet published by Trampoline Agency for Art & Media for Tracing Mobility: Cartography and Migration in Networked Space, Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Berlin, Germany
Editors of Canadian Art. “Mackenzie, Landon: Cosmic Canvases.” Canadian Art (online). Winter 2010 -2011.
|2010||Bigo, Didier and Landon Mackenzie. “Vancouver n’est pas la ou il devrait etre…” Varia, Cultures & Conflits (Quarterly Political Science Journal) 77, Paris (Spring 2010): cover and 79-90|
|2009|| Carte Blanche, Vol. 2: Painting. Magenta Publishing for the Arts. Toronto. 2009: centrefold |
Harmon, Katharine. The Map as Art: Contemporary Artists Explore Cartography. New York: Princeton Architectural Press, 2009.
Clemans, Gayle. “Global Reckoning / Landon Mackenzie: The Politics of the Land.” The Map as Art: Contemporary Artists Explore Cartography. New York: Princeton Architectural Press, 2009. 66-71.
Olanick, Natalie. “The Blue Paintings.” ETC. (Spring 2009): 46-47
|2008||Redfern, Christine. “Modern-day Mapmaker.” The Gazette. Montréal: 5 January 2008: E4.|
|2007|| Newlands, Anne. Canadian Paintings, Prints and Drawings. Toronto: Firefly Books, 2007: 198-199. |
Staff writer. “Spider & Bridge by Landon Mackenzie.” The Vancouver Sun. 12 January 2007: D7 and 18 January 2007: D3.
“Landon Mackenzie in the Cumberland Delta.” Landscape as Muse Series. Bravo TV,
Landon Mackenzie CV 11 Directed by Ian Toews, produced by 291 Film Co. The film follows Mackenzie into the Delta with a Cree guide and documents her making works on paper in northeastern Saskatchewan. Aired on television in Canada many times and included in two Landon Mackenzie exhibitions in 2011 and 2012-13
|2006|| Long, Timothy. “Regina’s Secret Places: Love and Lore of Local Geography.” That’s My Wonderful Town. Regina: Canadian Plains Research Centre, 2006. |
Marzolf, Helen. Chasing Amnesia (catalogue). Regina: MacKenzie Art Gallery, 2006.
|2005||Cranston, Marla. “Landon Mackenzie / Anna Lenowens Gallery.” Halifax: NSCAD University Magazine, 2005: 10 - 11.|
|2003|| Sowiak, Christine. That Still Place…That Place Still (catalogue). Calgary: Nickle Arts Museum, 2003. |
Tesner, Linda Brady. Artists and Maps: Cartography as a Means of Knowing (catalogue). Portland: Contemporary Art Gallery, Lewis and Clarke College, 2003.
Tousley, Nancy. “Critic’s Pick.” Calgary Herald. 27 February 2002.
Radio interview with Landon Mackenzie, Richardson’s Roundup, CBC Radio. Fifty-minute interview with host Bill Richardson, February. Aired nationally in Canada
|2002|| Morantz, Alan. Where is Here? Canada’s Maps and the Stories They Tell. Toronto: Penguin Books, 2002. |
Morantz, Alan. “Shadowing the Map Makers; Artist Landon Mackenzie Re-imagines the Landscapes Travelled by Canada’s Earliest Cartographers.” Canadian Geographic Magazine. Nov/Dec 2002: 84 – 90.
Baldassara, Lisa. Double Vision: Landon Mackenzie and Medrie MacPhee (catalogue). Victoria: Art Gallery of Greater Victoria, 2002.
Ring, Dan, Project Editor. Qu’Appelle: Tales of Two Valleys. Saskatoon: Mendel Art Gallery, 2002. (Images: Cover, page 8, 30).
Stacey, Robert. “Who Calls: A Qu’Appelle Quest.” Qu’Appelle: Tales of Two Valleys.
Saskatoon: Mendel Art Gallery, 2002: 132 – 133.
McCallum, Pamela and Radtke, Lorraine. “Breakthroughs, Break-ins and Break-ups.” The Impact of Gender Studies Across the Disciplines. Annual Index, Resources for Feminist Research. Vol. 29, 1 and 2 (Winter 2001): 9 – 20.
Patton, James. Short Stories (catalogue). Winnipeg: Winnipeg Art Gallery, 2002.
|2001|| Lammerich, Yvonne. “Tracking Athabasca.” Feature, Canadian Art. 18, 1 (Spring 2001): 48–53. |
Milroy, Sarah, “How the West Was Done.” The Globe and Mail. 28 April 2001.
Mays, John Bentley. “The Landscape as Story: Two Artists Redefine Our Sense of the World.” National Post. 2 June 2001.
Couelle, Jennifer. “Art qui grise.” La Presse. Montréal: 15 April 2001.
|2000|| Newlands, Anne. Canadian Art: From its Beginnings to 2000. Toronto: Firefly Books, 2000. |
Thom, Ian M. Art BC: Master Works from British Columbia. Vancouver: Douglas and McIntyre, 2000.
Lamarche, Bernard. “Les Mots et les Choses.” Le Devoir. Montréal: 22 April 2000: D11.
Hearne, Christine. “Landon in the City.” AQ Magazine. Vancouver: Simon Fraser University.(June 2000): Cover, 18 – 19.
Aird, Elizabeth. “Spotlight on L.M.” Vancouver Sun. 25 March 2000.
|1999|| Murray, Joan. Canadian Art in the Twentieth Century. Toronto: Dundurn Press, 1999. (Image: front plate, referenced in text). |
Liss, David. True North: The Landscape in Contemporary Canadian Art (catalogue). Taiwan: Kaohsiung Museum of Fine Arts, 1998.
Steele, Amy. “Going for the Gusto, Landon Mackenzie Captures her Vital Life on Canvas.” The Yukon News. 18 January 1999: Cover, 8.
Milroy, Sarah. “Visual Arts Supplement.” The Globe and Mail. 15 May 1999.
The Other Side of the Picture. N.F.B Documentary film on Canadian and American Women Artists. Director Teresa MacInnes. Interviews with Dorris McCarthy, Judy Chicago, Landon Mackenzie, Mary Pratt and others. Questions of gender in the art world are discussed
|1998|| Berube, Stephanie. “True North: le Passage Canadien à Taiwan.” La Presse. Montréal: 23 December 1998: E4. |
Hampson, Sarah. “Landmarks: a Profile of Landon Mackenzie.” Toronto: Elm Street Magazine, April 1998. 57 – 67.
“The Citizens Weekly.” Ottawa Citizen. 19 July 1998: 11 (Reproduction of Canoe Woman).
|1997|| Laing, Jack. This Place and Some Other: The Solitary Journey of Landon Mackenzie |
(catalogue). Toronto: Art Gallery of York University, 1997.
Dault, Gary Michael. “A Crisscross Journey Through Canada’s Psyche.” The Globe and Mail. 17 May 1997.
|1996|| Brayshaw, Christopher. “Topographies: More Valleys Than Peaks.” Vancouver Courier. 27 November 1996: Cover, 4 – 5. |
Townsend-Gault, Charlotte. “Landon Claims and the Saskatchewan of the Mind.”
Saskatchewan Paintings (catalogue). Vancouver: Contemporary Art Gallery, 1996.
Arnold, Grant. “Shared Terrain/Contested Spaces: New Works by Fifteen BC Artists.” Topographies (catalogue). Vancouver: Vancouver Art Gallery, 1996.
Robertson, Sheila. “Saskatchewan Suite.” Canadian Art Magazine. Winter 1996.
Laurence, Robin. “Pentamentalist: The Painted Underworld of Landon Mackenzie.” Border Crossings. Summer 1996: 14-16.
Couelle, Jennifer. “Images Lumineuses de la Plaine Imaginaire.” Le Devoir. Montréal: 14 April 1996.
Liss, David. “Saskatchewan Painted Large and luminous.” The Gazette. Montréal: 13 April 1996: 16.
Liss, David. “New ideas meant to re-invigorate Baie-Saint-Paul Festival.” The Gazette.
Montréal: 24 August 1996: 16.
Aquin, Stephane. “Landon Mackenzie: Masculin/Feminin.” Voir. Montréal: 11 April – 17 April 1996: 45.
Laurence, Robin. “Painting Surfaces Map Out a Saskatchewan of the Mind.” The Vancouver Sun. 9 October 1996: D7.
|1995|| Robertson, Sheila. “Echoes at Emma Lake: Workshop builds on distinguished past.” Star |
Phoenix. Saskatoon: 22 June 1995: C 22.
|1993|| Laurence, Robin. “Cutting Edge Artists Deserve Recognition Too.” The Vancouver Sun. 9 October 1993: D7. |
Baele, Nancy. “Exhibition Penetrates Veneer of Landscapes.” The Ottawa Citizen. 22 March 1993: B8.
|1991|| Mays, John Bentley. “Tipping the Scales at the Forefront.” The Globe and Mail. Toronto: 21 May 1991. |
Hume, Christopher. “Paintings, Processes and Products.” The Toronto Star. 10 May 1991.
Wylie, Liz. “Landon Mackenzie.” C Magazine. 31 (Fall 1991).
|1990|| McEvoy, Maureen. “Power and the Image: Profiles on Peg Campbell, Gail Bowen, Landon Mackenzie, Karen Jamieson and Jane Rule.” Vancouver: Step Magazine, 8-14. |
Rabinovitch, R. Bella. The Image of Animal in Paintings of Landon Mackenzie. MA Thesis. Montréal: Concordia University, 1990.
|1989|| Hume, Christopher. “Artist Looks at Women from Female World-View.” The Toronto Star. 7 April 1989: D16. |
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Mastai, Judith, ed. Mary Kelly and Griselda Pollock in Conversation at the Vancouver Art Gallery. Vancouver: Vancouver Art Gallery, 1989.
|1987||Wylie, Liz. “Birthing a Land of Female Imagery.” NOW Magazine. Toronto: 8 October 1987: 5.|
|1986|| Proudfoot, Dan. “A Brush with Toronto Young Artists.” The Sun. Toronto: 20 July 1986: S16. |
Hume, Christopher. “Pastoral Exhibit Reveals Much About its Curator.” The Toronto Star.
Dault, Gary Michael. Some Versions of Pastoral: Painting Against Cynicism (catalogue).
Toronto: The Art Gallery at Harbourfront, 1986.
Hornstein-Rabinovitch, Shelly. “Interstices of Romance.” C Magazine. 9 (Spring 1986): 64 – 65.
McGrath, Jerry. “Et in Arcadia Ego (and Visa Versa).” C Magazine. 11 (Fall 1986): 68 – 69.
|1985|| Rabinovitch, R. Bella. “Landon Mackenzie: Paintings.” Landon Mackenzie (catalogue). |
Lethbridge: Southern Alberta Art Gallery, 1985.
McLaughlin, Ellen. “Landon Mackenzie.” East Villager. New York: 15 July 1985: 10.
|1984||Wheelock, Angela. “Northern Journey.” The Edmonton Bullet. 27 July 1984: 13.|
|1983|| Sabbeth, Laurence. Article for The Gazette. Montréal: May 1983. |
Mays, John Bentley. “Winning Barely by Breaking the Rules.” The Globe and Mail. 8 January1983.
Nemiroff, Diana. “Landon Mackenzie, Galerie France Morin.” Vanguard. (Summer 1983): 36.
Bringhurst, Robert et al. Visions: Contemporary Art in Canada. Vancouver: Douglas and McIntyre, 1983: 190 (Image: Lost River Series #4).
Mays, John Bentley. “The Snakes in the Garden: The Self and the City in Contemporary Canadian Art.” Visions: Contemporary Art in Canada. Vancouver: Douglas and McIntyre: 1983: 157 – 193.
Burnett, David and Marilyn Schiff. Contemporary Canadian Art. Toronto: Art Gallery of Ontario and Hurtig Publishing, 1983: 287.
|1982|| Rhodes, Richard. “Landon Mackenzie: Mercer Union.” Vanguard. (Summer 1982): 50 - 51. |
Mays, John Bentley. “A Splendid Tale of Two Cities and Artists.” The Globe and Mail. 27 March 1982: 22 – 27.
Nixon, Virginia. “L’Image des Archetypes.” Vie des Arts. Québec: (Sept/Oct): 35.
Nemiroff, Diana. “Rhetoric and Figure in Montréal Painting Now.” Parachute. Issue 27: 22 – 27.
Pakowski, Sandra. Montreal Painting Now (catalogue). Montréal: Sir George Williams Gallery, Concordia University, 1982.
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