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  1. THE CAPTURE PHOTOGRAPHY COMPETITION -FEATHERED FORM, 2015

    Feathered Form. 2015 by Jennifer Latour As part of The Capture Photography Festival the public has a chance to vote for the photograph that will be installed on the exterior of the Canada Line King Edward Station. The artwork will

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  2. Fun in Acapulco

    As we are newly into 2016 it about that time to do a beach vacay. Here is short essay written by architect and photographer Anna Sulikowska about her visit to Acapulco: Acapulco de Juarez or La Perla del Pacifico; formerly,

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  3. Thurs:Cinematheque:Traces The Resemble Us-Robert Arndt

    Monte Clark Gallery’s ‘Traces That Resemble Us’, features works by twelve prominent Vancouver artists who are also screening films in conjunction with the show at The Cinematheque. ‘Traces That Resemble Us’ invites the viewer to have a new relationship with the

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  4. N0 10- PORTRAIT ISSUE/ FEATURE #4:-MATTHEW TAMMARO

    JUST RELEASED 01 MAGAZINE N0 10- PORTRAIT ISSUE/ FEATURE  #4: PHOTOGRAPHER -MATTHEW TAMMARO   INTERVIEW WITH PHOTOGRAPHER MATTHEW TAMMARO BY MARINA KAMALOVA   New York-based photographer Matthew Tammaro developed an appreciation for the intimacy of photographs when he was a

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  5. Selectors’ Seasonal/ Fri-Sat only: Holiday Pop Up store

    Only for this Friday and Saturday (November 27th -28th) – a temporary pop up holiday store will be showcased at Selectors Records. The intimate pop up store will be featuring great talents in the city including leather goods by  AW by

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  6. 01 MAGAZINE N0 10- PORTRAIT ISSUE/ FEATURE #3: JONNIE CRAIG BY MICHAEL COOK

    01 MAGAZINE N0 10- PORTRAIT ISSUE/ FEATURE #3: INTERVIEW WITH PHOTOGRAPHER JONNIE CRAIG BY MICHAEL COOK   London-based photographer Jonnie Craig (born July 13th,1988) started shooting photographs at age nineteen. He has produced three volumes of personal work since his

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  7. Monte Clark:Nov 21st -Jan 30th-Traces That Resemble Us

    The Cinematheque, in collaboration with Monte Clark Gallery, presents Traces That Resemble Us, a screening series and art exhibition that explores the intersections between visual art in Vancouver and cinema. Motivated by Jeff Wall’s history as a former film programmer

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  8. Until December 23/NYC-Patrick Parish Gallery: Doug Johnston

    Doug Johnston is one of our favourite modern artist+product designers. Why?  Because his work is thoughtful, and visually captivating.  It makes you admire the nice balance between good design taste and how natural beauty can truly be appreciated when it

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  9. Today/ Film by Jim Mangan: Blast featuring ken Block at Ace Hotel L.A.

    We wish we were around to see this film made by artist Jim Mangan at Ace Hotel Theatre in Los Angeles. Check out the Jim’s beautiful photos and  interview from our last issue here.   BLAST, a film by Jim

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  10. Released:No. 10-Portrait Issue/ Feature 2- Fashion Editorial:Susannah

    New York  photographer Annie Powers knows how to capture a portrait. Her raw personality is conveyed through her realistic snapshots of both candid and premeditated moments. For Issue No. 10- Portraits  we integrated the fashion portraitures with her still life

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  11. Wednesday Jewellery: Lookbook

    Our friends from Wednesday Jewellery put out a wonderful lookbook shot by Ian Lanterman and they also just launched their online store. Here are some images from the shoot. We are totally feeling the seventies vibe. Check out the full

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  12. 01 Magazine NO.10- Portrait Issue- Feature 1- Artist Andrew Dadson

    01 Magazine is proud to announce the release of its 10th issue – Portraits.  We are excited about all the artists and photographers that participated to help create the vision for Portraits, and look forward to sharing their light with

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