There is sure to be a flurry of reaction against the exposé of the human side of Bill Reid, a man who grew to be a cultural icon (“Trade secrets,” Cover, Oct 18). Reid not only created art, but also manufactured it. He not only gained a reputation, but also self-consciously engineered his own celebrity.
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