Visual Arts Reviews

Lorna Brown’s solo show, called Carets, strike-outs, underlines, circles and dots, makes a great fit with its gallery space.
It's somewhere between glam and gritty. Glitty, perhaps.
Consisting of two audio-visual installations and two still photographs, it provides an engaging introduction to her imaginative powers and technical accomplishments.
Early Music Vancouver’s production of Il Trionfo del Tempo was indeed a triumph ruled by time—but not quite in the way that its composer, George Frederick Handel, intended.
Open Borders/Crossroads Vancouver spotlights eight contemporary Brazilian artists at the Pipefitters Building in Shipyard Square.
Exile and immigration, language and culture, colonization and land claims, friends, family, and community, all find thoughtful expression in a show whose character is both indigenous and diasporic.
“SANDSTORM”, Chris Woods’s new series of paintings, is a thematic and stylistic departure from the work that has garnered him attention and acclaim.
Nothing is spoken and yet everything is said in Bruce Stewart's exhibition at Presentation House Gallery.
The memories summoned by Cardiff and Miller are often unsettling, occasionally disturbing, and frequently dark.
This genre-busting artist brings fresh energy to the project of abstraction, incorporating elements of analytical cubism, stain painting, abstract illusionism, quilting, and collage into her art.