Subjects include bars, clubs, and love hotels, many of them shot from the street.
At the Audain Art Museum, Archie and spiritual amnesia.
Some intriguing likenesses exist between the careers of the two talents with exhibits at the Capture Photography Festival
The gallery now resides in the old Pilkington Metal Marine workshop on East Cordova Street, gloriously renovated and repurposed by Patkau Architects.
Place the name Monet or Matisse in the title of an exhibition et voilà, instant audience.
Based cryptically on the life of Gerhard Richter, it's an uneven if visually extraordinary effort.
A Handful of Dust: From the Cosmic to the DomesticAt the Polygon Gallery until April 28
Gaisumov's experiences as a child bind his art to themes of conflict, exile, absence, and the brutal exercise of power.
In what’s become known as the Vancouver School, documentary-style realism usually turns out to be highly managed stagecraft.
Subtitled “Contemporary Women Artists from Aboriginal Australia”, this glorious exhibition recently landed in Vancouver after travelling to five galleries in the United States.
Two new exhibitions at the Contemporary Art Gallery could hardly be more different in intention or execution.
Kudos to the Burnaby Art Gallery for honouring the late artist, whose personal modesty and indifference to self-promotion might otherwise have allowed her work to slip into obscurity.