This book offers a wide-ranging view of Henriquez's architecture, drawings, sculpture, and construction. Included are essays by Alberto Pérez-Gómez and by Howard Shubert, texts by Henriquez, and a portfolio of photographs by Geoffrey James.
This study focuses on the interrelationships of three key elements of Montréal's urban form: its fortifications; the ownership, distribution, and use of property within its walls; and the nature of its buildings.
This book documents a body of work that has previously been seen only in isolation, disclosing the concerns of an artist who perceives artistic, social, and political spheres as mutually related and interwoven.
This fully illustrated, detailed analysis of his pavilion at the Université de Montréal is the first to clearly establish Cormier's work as a significant part of an international movement in which North American and European influences converge.