If ever a painting deserved this kind of detailed investigation it is Hieronymus Bosch’s The Garden of Earthly Delights.
The secret in this stunning summer show is the fascinating paintings Monet produced late in his career and refused to exhibit or sell.
The survey show examines concept-driven photographic and video works by some two dozen leading Vancouver artists across four decades and two generations.
Rodney Graham, Ron Terada, Ken Lum, and Kathy Slade are just a few of the big names looking back at high school in this show at the Gordon Smith Gallery of Canadian Art.
The artist's new book and companion exhibition reveal aspects of our port city before Expo 86 brought it to the attention of international investors and ravening developers.
The show represents the first time works by these lifetime-achievement-award-winners have been exhibited together.
As part of the Capture Photography Festival, these two small exhibitions examine the ways human beings alter the natural world.
The title of this small exhibition, fire/water, refers to one artist’s subject and another artist’s process.
The show pins its ideas to objects of daily, ritual, and commercial use from a range of cultures in the Amazonian rainforest.
As this Burnaby Art Gallery retrospective shows, the Vancouver artist has been a constant connecting figure in the world of interdisciplinary art