Visual Arts Reviews

Guest-curated by Wil Aballe, Post Rem surveys works by Evan Broens, Jason Gowans, Patryk Stasieczek, and Matt Trahan.
Kevin Schmidt’s art, on display at the Contemporary Art Gallery, is as much about process as it is about product.
The Museum of Vancouver exhibit asks us to consider what it would be like to share a city with wild animals.
Gesamtkunstwerk introduces a spectacularly torqued tower and its future artworks.
MacLeod’s recent target is the way popular culture has constructed masculinity—and vice versa.
Drawn mostly from the VAG’s extensive holdings, with a few smart loans from public and private collections, it reveals some of the gallery’s historic strengths.
When artists act as curators, they usually bring a new set of perceptual tools to the construction of exhibitions.
The show surveys contemporary art from Havana and is intended to convey aspects of that city’s social, political, historical, cultural, and economic complexities—no small task.
In (Da bao)(Takeout), take-away food is a metaphor for the import and export of culture, people, and ideas between East and West generally, and between China and Canada more specifically.
Publication Studio breaks out the laser prints for its first storefront show.