Roy Arden

Roy Arden, Pictures and Promises

Drawn from the Vancouver Art Gallery’s rich photographic holdings, Pictures and Promises focuses on lens-based works that employ the structures, conventions and formal qualities used

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Greg Girard

Greg Girard, Fitchburg Art Museum

The BIG Picture: Giant Photographs and Powerful Portfolios is a two-part exhibition that highlights recent photography acquisitions at the Fitchburg Art Museum. The Giant Photographs

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Alison Yip

Alison Yip, Dortmunder Kunstverein

Alison Yip’s works negotiate the role of fantasy in a post-factual world and incorporate parapsychological derivations from figurative representation. Based on painting, the artist creates

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Karin Bubaš

Karin Bubaš, Fitchburg Art Museum

The BIG Picture: Giant Photographs and Powerful Portfolios is a two-part exhibition that highlights recent photography acquisitions at the Fitchburg Art Museum. The Giant Photographs

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Evan Lee

Evan Lee, Artforum

Evan Lee’s series of paintings “Fortune Happiness,” 2018, is distinguished by long shadows and listless figures that might be found in Edward Hopper’s canvases. But

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Tim Gardner

Tim Gardner, 303 Gallery

Anniversary publication & exhibition celebrating 35 years of 303 Gallery 303 Gallery: 35 Years is a new hardcover publication chronicling the story of the gallery

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Colleen Heslin

Colleen Heslin, The Reach

Something More than Nothing brings together a diverse group of artists whose work all deals in some way with notions of hidden or invisible labour:

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Greg Girard

Greg Girard, designboom

to mark the release of his latest book, ‘tokyo-yokosuka 1976-1983’, greg girard has shared a collection of largely unseen images offering a nostalgic glimpse of

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Greg Girard

Greg Girard, The Georgia Straight

Greg Girard’s photographs of Asian cityscapes, notably shot in Shanghai, Hong Kong, and Hanoi, have firmly established his reputation, both locally and internationally. During the

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Roy Arden

Roy Arden, Art Forum

Anna Atkins, the Victorian botanist widely considered the first female photographer, created thousands of cyanotypes depicting white negatives of flora, often seaweed, suspended in atmospheres

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Emily Hermant

Emily Hermant | The Bakery

Emily Hermant is an interdisciplinary artist whose sculptures, drawings, and installations explore themes of communication, gendered labor, and the spatial experiences of the body. She

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Roy Arden

Roy Arden, Musée Magazine

The mid 19th century was an era of philosophical and scientific advance. The Naturalism fad possessed middle and upper classes with an obsession for paleontology,

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Greg Girard

Greg Girard, Capitalist Realism

In this year’s Thessaloniki PhotoBiennale 2018, the central exhibition entitled “Capitalist Realism“, which is structured in two large sections, at the Thessaloniki Museum of Photography

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Scott McFarland

Scott McFarland, Artforum

Toronto-based artist Scott McFarland doesn’t represent reality—he cultivates it. He is best known for creating dense composite landscapes—often gardens—that conflate the temporal and spatial coordinates

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Emily Hermant

The Material Turn

The Material Turn exhibition presents international and intergenerational conversations around contemporary textile practices in the digital information age. In particular, the materiality of digital technologies is

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Jeremy Hof

Jeremy Hof, Georgia Straight

Entangled is a big, energetic, and engaging exhibition. It trots us past an abundance of contemporary works, from John Heward’s hanging pieces of paint-stained fabric

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Jeremy Hof

Jeremy Hof, Vancouver Sun

They look like coloured blocks of concrete left over from a construction site or maybe rocks used in some industrial process. In fact, they’re leftovers

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Mari Eastman

Mari Eastman, Newcity

Painter Mari Eastman has spent the better part of the last two decades cultivating a visual aesthetic that is at once breezy and self-assured. Pastel-hued,

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Jeremy Hof

Jeremy Hof, Vancouver Sun

The Vancouver Art Gallery is about to open an exhibition about contemporary painting. Some people might be tempted to say, “It’s about time.” To art

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Graham Gillmore

The Art of Words

The work of Vancouver artist Graham Gillmore could attract curious writers just as easily as it attracts art lovers. Whether he creates a painting, panel or

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Karin Bubaš

Karin Bubaš: Hidden Valley

In Karin Bubaš’ newest exhibition Hidden Valley, the artist presents a suite of large-scale, colour-shifting photographs shot in California in 2016 and 2017. Bubaš has

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Emily Hermant

Emily Hermant | LVL3

Tell us a little bit about yourself and what you do. I’m an interdisciplinary artist who makes sculptures, drawings, and installations. I’m Canadian. I moved to

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Roy Arden

Bang! Kaboom! Art!

The rubble from a “concert” in which a piano gets smashed; a
sculpture that slowly pushes apart its gallery; a drawing by a modern master…

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Karel Funk

Karel Funk in 303 Gallery

Karel Funk creates astonishingly detailed and hauntingly quiet paintings that at once rely on and challenge conventional notions of portraiture. Historically, portraits were painted with

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Karel Funk

Karel Funk – 303 Gallery

Karel Funk’s hyperrealist painting immediately commands attention. Influenced by 17th century Dutch and Flemish painters and by Renaissance portraiture, Funk depicts torsos and heads of

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