This article by Shannon Anderson reviews Panya Clark Espinal’s Lost in the Woods as installed at Christopher Cutts gallery in 2014. Published in AZURE magazine, July/August 2014.
Panya Clark Espinal — Vagabond Vitrine
Photographs of Vagabond Vitrine together with a short essay by Shannon Anderson. Published in 2010 by Koffler Centre for the Arts.
3D Street Art
A compendium of a wide variety of optical illusion street art, including From Here Right Now by Panya Clark Espinal. Edited by Brigit Krols. Published in 2010 by Tectum Publishing.
Panya Clark Espinal — The Visitor
Award winning catalogue for The Visitor, an exhibition curated by Marnie Fleming. Text by Ruth Kerkham. Published in 2001 by Oakville Galleries.
With essay by Micah Lexier.
Published in 2009 by MSVU Art Gallery.
Published 2008 by Visual Arts
at Harbourfront Centre, Toronto.
West Coast Line
magazine and catalogue
West Coast Line 50, vol. 40 no. 2
Edited by Jennifer Papararo, Christina Ritchie and Glen Lowry. Published in 2007 by Simon Fraser University and Contemporary Art Gallery, Vancouver.
Court House — Vernacular Modes of Inquiry: Artists’ Projects and Discussions
Edited by Donald Lawrence.
Published in 2005.
Metro — The Story of the Underground Subway
Author David Bennett. Published in 2004 by Octopus Publishing. 176 pages, hardcover.
Inventing Tom Thomson — From Biographical Fictions to Fictional Autobiographies and Reproductions
Author Sherrill Grace.
Published in 2004 by McGill-Queen’s University Press.
Sheppard Subway Public Art Program
Published in 2002 by Toronto Transit Commission.
Panya Clark Espinal — The Silence And The Storm
Toronto Sculpture Garden
Panya Clark — At This Point
Panya Clark — Like Ancient Pots spilled from a drowned ship, tube sponges bulge eerily …
Detailed critique of the installation artist’s increased preoccupation with the sensual. Essay by Barbara Fischer. Published in 1994 by Southern Alberta Art Gallery.
Out Of Place
Decalog — YYZ 1979-1989
Published in 1992 by YYZ Books.
Re | Enactment: Between Self and Other
The Salvage Paradigm