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The first detailed examination of postmodernism in the Canadian visual arts, this study focuses on memory as an essential and recurring issue in the work of some forty Canadian artists, individual and collective. In her afterword, Hutcheon presents a broad overview situating Cheetham's detailed discussions within the ongoing debates about postmodernism in Canada and internationally. The artists discussed include General Idea, Andy Fabo, Claude Tousignant, Joe Fafard, Joanne Tod, Allyson Clay, Janice Gurney, and Robert Wiens.