Visual Arts Reviews

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.
In a feisty new show at the Museum of Anthropology, the digital and the sampled express resilience and frustration, wit and rage.
The 15 artists represented in this Surrey Art Gallery show have responded not only to the history but also to recent incidents of attempted mass migration and hostile responses by government and media.
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.