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Chris Woods: SANDSTORMAt Gallery Jones until August 3 “SANDSTORM”, Chris Woods’s new series of paintings, is a thematic and stylistic departure from the work that has garnered him...
Bruce Stewart: Dollarton Pleasure Faire, 1972At Presentation House Gallery to August 3 In what must be the signal image from Bruce Stewart’s series of black-and-white photographs...
At the Vancouver Art Gallery until September 21 The Memory Palace is a noisy place. It is filled with the crashing of thunder, the thumping of drums, the soaring of operatic arias...
Say the name “Susan Point” and most Vancouverites will summon up images of the Musqueam artist’s prolific and monumental public art commissions. These include her 17-foot-high...
Colleen Heslin: Outcasts and Shady TreesAt Monte Clark Gallery until July 5 Part of the pleasure of viewing Colleen Heslin’s exhibition, Outcasts and Shady Trees, is its immense...
Claiming Space: Voices of Urban Aboriginal YouthAt the UBC Museum of Anthropology until January 4 As Elle-Máijá Tailfeathers recently toured the press through Claiming Space at...
Douglas Coupland is sitting in a room on the first floor of the Vancouver Art Gallery. He’s pausing in the final phases of constructing his new sculpture, The Brain, and...
At the Gordon Smith Gallery of Canadian Art until August 23 When you enter the gallery and walk into Gu Xiong’s exhibition, A Journey Exposed, you see a pale pink “river”, winding...
Evan Lee: Elders and RootsAt the Richmond Art Gallery until June 15 Critics have observed that Evan Lee does not work with photography but around it, exploring its social,...
Without Masks: Contemporary Afro-Cuban ArtAt the Museum of Anthropology until November 2 Once upon a time, at a little restaurant in the Mexican city of Oaxaca, a Cuban jazz trio...

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