Daniel Baird

Daniel Baird

Trained as a philosopher at Princeton University and the University of California, Berkeley, Daniel Baird is a writer and editor focused on art, culture, and ideas. He co-founded the New York based monthly The Brooklyn Rail and served as an arts editor, features writer, and columnist. He went on to become the arts and literature editor at The Walrus magazine, where he was also a regular contributor. He continues to write for The Walrus, Canadian Art, Border Crossings, and Eighteen Bridges. His favourite Canadian writer is Gwendolyn MacEwen.

Articles by Daniel Baird

Edward Burtynsky, Alberta Oil Sands #10, Fort McMurray, Alberta (2007)
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Edward Burtynsky
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Sorel Etrog
Iain Baxter&
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Iain Baxter&
Musée national des beaux-arts du Québec
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Musée national des beaux-arts du Québec
Gabrielle Roy, author
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Gabrielle Roy
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Katrina Chaytor
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David Bolduc
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Anne Michaels
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The Gardiner Museum of Ceramic Art
F.H. Varley, Self-Portrait
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Art and the Great War
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Norval Morrisseau and the Art of Forgery
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Jean-Louis Millette
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Larry Towell
OCAD University
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Bonnie Devine
Massey Lectures
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The Massey Lectures
Pitseolak Ashoona
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Contemporary Inuit Art
Lawren Harris
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Lawren Harris: Ideas of North
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Roy Arden