Both artists work realistically and with great dexterity in the difficult medium of watercolour, and both use their art to examine our relationship with the natural world.
Although the events we witnessed were not a potlatch, they hinted at what it would be like to attend one.
Although best known as an avant-garde poet, Ginsberg was also a composer, a social and political activist, a practitioner of Tibetan Buddhism, a benefactor of friends and colleagues, and a dedicated taker of pictures.
What is especially significant about Cézanne and the Modern is the consolidating vision of Henry Pearlman, the New Yorker who put the collection together.
Artist puts pink to influences from Jersey Shore to philosopher Georges Bataille.
This ollaborative exhibition that awakens us to the history and living culture of those who, for thousands of years, have occupied lands we now call Vancouver.
The language of exile, the condition of loss, and the adaptive nature of creative expression are themes that suffuse Ahmad Tabrizi’s mixed-media exhibition Crossed.
Modernity, globalization, self-expression—it’s a curious mix.
Born in France and based there and in Vancouver, Nicolas Sassoon’s true home, it seems, is in cyberspace.
A sweet ghostliness permeates Open Book, a small show of abstract paintings by Vancouver artist Deirdre McAdams