Beauty and drama are two of the tools this artist uses to demolish cultural stereotypes of indigenous women.
The South Korean artist’s practice uses humour and surreal inversion to explore the nature of perception.
The dreamlike disjunctions in Manumie’s art may perhaps be linked to the disruptions of his early life.
Laura Piasta wields a vibrant array of materials in a provocative look at the link between objects and ideas.
To enter the show of contemporary Taiwanese art at the UBC Museum of Anthropology is to be immersed in the otherworldly.
Adapted from an internationally touring retrospective, Lee Bul’s solo show at the Vancouver Art Gallery pulls together diverse aspects of her acclaimed career.
Kudos to Urban Subjects, and to the other participants in Urgent Imagination, for reminding us “how truly fucked up this is”.
It's a tale as romantic as anything set in Paris.
What interests him is work that that stays with viewers because it is not immediately forthcoming or comprehensible.
One of the art world’s true originals, David Hockney provides enough eye candy to fill several films.