Nova Scotia College of Art and Design was the darling of the '70s art world — we think

By the time you read this, a massive survey of conceptual art produced in the 1970s at Halifax’s Nova Scotia College of Art and Design (NSCAD), entitled The Last Art College, will have opened at the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia.
Graham Dubé. Untitled, 1972. Wood, tires. Collection of Robin Peck, Fredericton, NB. (Photo courtesy of the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia)


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