Some of the pieces on view are so visually appealing and formally accomplished that they draw us in before confronting us with social and political messages.
Artist, writer, activist, environmental lawyer, and knowledge-keeper, Williams-Davidson is a powerful force in the preservation of Haida language, laws, and culture.
The American conceptual artist aims to erase herself amid the 170-plus pieces, which span her early-1970s student days to today.
Themes of the exhibit, the curators tell us, include territory, kinship, representation, and movement.
Maryam Jafri: Automatic Negative ThoughtAt the Contemporary Art Gallery until September 22
In what may be the most engaging photographic exhibition on view this season, the show features everything from artful family-pet portraits to Eadweard Muybridge images of a retriever being fed.
This fine selection of bronzes, drawings, paintings, and prints by one of the most renowned sculptors of the 20th century really delivers.
At Gallery Jones, sci-fi meets Ming dynasty porcelain in Tang's "Manga Ormolu" series; at Monte Clark Gallery, Ngan's glazed coils suggest snakes or viscera.
A number of the puppetry traditions on view here are recognized by UNESCO as parts of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity.
Memories and sensations are evoked in colour and gesture indicating sky, land, and water, over which float brilliant organic forms.
The show celebrates the relationship between Indigenous women and that most fundamentally life-giving element.
Subjects include bars, clubs, and love hotels, many of them shot from the street.