Are you looking to discover more contemporary artists? The multi-artist, holiday show at the Bau-Xi – Vancouver’s oldest commercial gallery – is a great place to start. Their Holiday Exhibit extends to the Bau-Xi’s Toronto gallery; you can also see all of the artwork online. . . . Bradley Wood.
In 2019, renowned African American artist, Lorna Simpson, received the prestigious Getty Medal. Simpson, said James Cuno, President and CEO of the J. Paul Getty Trust, “is at once a photographer and multimedia artist whose work is both trenchant in its critique of race, gender, and identity, and exquisite in
Happy Black Cat Appreciation Day! To honour these midnight felines, some art .. . . Utagawa Kuniyoshi. Cats Suggested as the Fifty-three Stations of the Tōkaidō. 1850 . John Everett Millais: A Flood. 1870 . Giovanni Boldini. Girl with Black Cat. 1885 . Aubrey Vincent Beale. The Black Cat, for Edgar
A whirl of words. It’s what we imagine when we look at Vancouver artist Andre Petterson’s striking series of mixed media typewriter pieces. A whirl of words is also the concept behind the new book of Jonathan Berkowitz – CBC Radio’s ‘Word Guy’, author, puzzler, statistician, professor. We would rave,
Happy Mother’s Day to all you amazing Mothers, and to those celebrating their Mums in person, at a distance, or in memorium. ♥ Over centuries, artists have created interesting, intimate paintings of their mothers … . . Albrecht Durer. Portrait of Barbara. The Artist’s Mother. 1490 . Rembrandt Van Rijn.
It is talented artist Kriss Munsya – born in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, raised in Brussels, now living in Vancouver – who created the striking work in our feature image: ‘Dreams Tonight’. When Munsya presents this or other pieces from his 2020 ‘Highway Reflection – The Eraser’ series,
A perfect day in June. That’s the name of the beautifully introspective painting below. ‘A Perfect Day in June.’ There are perfect days in June, and perfect days in June of 2020. We’re coming up on a year that has been anything but perfect: ‘A Wilderness Year,’ as Jamie Evrard
Have you seen ‘Over the Moon’? This striking Netflix film – animated by Vancouver’s Sony Pictures Imageworks – was inspired by the Harvest Moon Festival and the legend of Moon Goddess Chang’e. ‘Fueled with determination and a passion for science, a bright young girl’ – Fei Fei, played by Cathy
Playing With Your Food. Around the Table. Still Life. These are the three key thematic sections of a new exhibit running at the Polygon Gallery until May 30th, 2021: ‘Feast For The Eyes’. Curated by writer Susan Bright and Aperture Foundation’s senior editor Denise Wolf, this show features 100 +
From February 20th to August 22nd, the Vancouver Art Gallery is running a special exhibit entitled ‘Stories That Animate Us’. It’s an exhibit that asks us to consider how important storytelling is in our lives. ‘What stories inspire you? What stories need to be told and which will you pass