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Tim Pitsiulak: Drawings and Prints from Cape Dorset

$24.95

Published with: Dorset Fine Arts

Only a handful of years into his career, Timmuuti “Tim” Pitsiulak spearheaded a new direction in Inuit art. The nephew of renowned artist Kenojuak Ashevak, Pitsiulak reveled in the challenges of art and life in Cape Dorset, Nunavut, just south of the Arctic Circle. His vivid images of polar bears and bowhead whales, ATV-riding families and high-tech research equipment, speak eloquently of the artist and the man. He quietly navigated increasing modernity while honoring his cultural identity. At the time of his death in 2016, Pitsiulak was a sought-after artist at the height of his career. This is the first monograph on the artist’s work.
Hardcover Smyth-sewn book, with jacket
84 pages with more than 70 reproductions and photographs
Includes Index of Artworks

• High-quality, premium stock matte art paper
• Exceptional color reproduction
• Printed with soy-based inks
• Sewn binding ensures long-lasting enjoyment

Published with Dorset Fine Arts

Size: 9 x 8 in.

ISBN 9780764981777

Tim Pitsiulak

Only a handful of years into his career, Tim Pitsiulak (Canadian, Inuit, 1967–2016) spearheaded a new direction in Inuit art. The nephew of renowned artist Kenojuak Ashevak, Pitsiulak reveled in the challenges of art and life in Cape Dorset, Nunavut, just south of the Arctic Circle. His vivid images of polar bears and bowhead whales, ATV-riding families and high-tech research equipment speak eloquently of the artist and the man. He quietly navigated increasing modernity while honoring his cultural identity. At the time of his death in 2016, he was a sought-after artist at the height of his career. Pitsiulak’s art has been exhibited widely and is in many private and public collections around the world, among them the Art Gallery of Ontario, the McMichael Canadian Art Collection, and the National Gallery of Canada.
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