14 Mar 2017

David Hall’s Cold Sea

It is magic to peek into the ocean via snorkel or scuba. The colours, the movement, the loose boundaries between plant and animal life – stunning images stay with you long after emerging. For most of us, these underwater glimpses come during sunny holidays in tepid seas. We’re not slithering into wet

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12 Mar 2017

Bloedel Conservatory

“Giddyup!” Over the last couple of days, people have been talking about Seinfeld’s Kramer again, this time in reference to the amazing slide entrance of Kim Jeong-ah as she swooped in to remove her runaway toddlers from Daddy’s live BBC interview. Daddy’s on TV! In Vancouver, we have our own

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10 Mar 2017

Javiera da Fonseca

From March 8th to April 22nd, Chilean artist Javiera da Fonseca’s show AURA (A Mexican Experience) is running at Back Gallery Project at 602 East Hastings Street. Da Fonseca’s striking new work has been attracting international interest. Naturally, we had questions! How did you come to be living in Mexico? “I visited Mexico

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07 Mar 2017

Outdoor Art @ UBC

The great thing about public art at universities is that students are engaging with it all the time. They’re creating memories – hiding from the rain, gathering 2017 snow, texting, studying – in which the art becomes a familiar marker. Some are making their own art and leaving it for others

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05 Mar 2017

Paper McQueen

“I relate more to that cold, austere asceticism of the Flemish masters,” said the enormously gifted Alexander McQueen, “and I also love the macabre thing you see in Tudor and Jacobean portraiture. For me, what I do is an artistic expression which is channeled through me. Fashion is just the

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