Throughout his illustrious career John MacGregor (1944-) has investigated the effects of time on ordinary objects.  Chairs, clocks, tables and entire rooms undergo the distortions of time shifts, appearing simultaneously in multiple locations or disappearing entirely into a vortex of line and colour.  Trained in both art history and psychiatry, MacGregor is the author of the pioneering study, The Discovery of the Art of the Insane (1989).

Public Collections
  • National Gallery of Canada
  • Art Gallery of Ontario
  • McMichael Canadian Art Gallery
  • Robert McLaughlin Art Gallery