Visual Arts Reviews

Vancouver photo-artist Jeff Wall and Vancouver Art Gallery director Kathleen Bartels curate the exhibit.
Scratches, fingerprints, and dust particles are just a few of the elements in the otherwise immaculate digital realm created by the Vancouver–based artist.
The Berlin-based artist's flower-focused art is being shown at the Republic Gallery.
While walking through Esther Shalev-Gerz’s exhibition at the Morris and Helen Belkin Art Gallery, it’s difficult to resist a biographical reading of the films, videos, still photographs, text, and sculpture on view.
Nathan Coley often uses found objects, images, and text to explore how social and political convictions may also be imposed upon our urban surroundings—or erased from it.
Liz Magor has an astonishing ability to surprise her viewers, often by undermining any assumptions we might have about what exactly it is she does.
The images and ideas behind Arvo Leo's intertwined installation and film were created during his travels through India in late 2009 and early 2010.
Lyse Lemieux's abstracted figurative and portrait drawings, sometimes collaged with pieces of fabric, hang at Republic Gallery.