Visual Arts Reviews

Yuichi Takasaka’s photographs of the aurora borealis are so vividly detailed and richly hued that you can almost hear the magnetic swish of the pale green, pink, and blue lights as they shift and shimmer across the night sky.
The show celebrates the important role women have played in the evolution of modern Inuit art.
The works of Jeremy Isao Speier and Junichiro Iwase hint at how the present is always connected to memory and anticipation.
Very little in Pootoogook’s imagery would satisfy romantic western notions of traditional "Eskimos".
The Vancouver-born artist's paintings and architecture go hand-in-hand at the West Vancouver Museum.
Both Weegee and Zhang produced curiously self-conscious hybrids—under the close instruction of their inspired or benighted bosses.
Hearts and Arrows also reminds us of the passing of time and the making of place.
A new exhibition of collages by Natasha McHardy and drawings by Marina Roy at Wil Aballe Art Projects is changing the local art dialogue.
Works by Jen Aitken, Lou Lynn, Brendan Lee Satish Tang, and Julie York find ways to employ traditional materials such as glass, clay, bronze, and fabric while also questioning our beliefs about craft and skill.