TAKING AIM AT AN ICON

Haida artist Bill Reid was a Canadian national hero, revered for championing a dying art form. But this article, a year after he died, claims the artist relied so heavily on assistants that much of his work wasn’t his own. Maclean’s Magazine (Canada)
     ALSO: Art community defends Reid CBC 10/14/99
     AND: Irresponsible article seems more at home “in the art-ignorant” National Inquirer.” Toronto Globe and Mail 10/15/99

Source: Maclean's (Canada)