Blog Post Category Archive (Art)

  1. May 8th-9th: Banquet Atelier +Sunja Link/ Dace

    Come celebrate Banquet Atelier’s 5 year anniversary on May 8th from 5 to 8pm and May 9th from 11am to 3pm at work.shop on 725 East Hastings at Heatley. For their Anniversary launch they have teamed with Sunja Link Clothing on

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  2. GANA ART: ARTIST SERIES 2 OLIVIER ZAHM

    On Wednesday, May 6, from 6-11pm, Gana Art will host an opening reception for Manon, presenting photography by pioneering independent publisher Olivier Zahm. Olivier Zahm co-founded Purple Magazine in 1992 and is publisher of Purple Fashion. Over the past 20 years he has

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  3. Carol Bove: The Plastic Unit

    The Plastic Unit groups together large-scale sculptures made from natural and industrial materials, including slickly manufactured stainless steel “glyphs,” intricate metal curtains, I-beam structures, steel and concrete pedestals, shells, and peacock feathers. In line with Bove’s broader practice, they are

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  4. Flashback Friday: (2009) Interview with artist Michael Drebert

    In  2009 we interviewed Michael Drebert  for our ‘No.2 Concept Issue’ of our magazine.  Nathalee Paolinelli chatted with Drebert about how  his work examines the frailty of objects and systems, underwhelming experiences and the beauty of the artistic process. Michael

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  5. May 9th- June 16th: MFA-Robert Arndt Solo Exhibition

    Robert Arndt’s  solo exhibition called ‘Pursuit, Plunder & Fleece’ opens at Macaulay & Co Fine Art on May 9th and must not be missed. The Guardian just mentioned gallery shows to check out in Canada mentioning Arndt’s exhibition. Here is what

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  6. 56th Venice Biennale: Miya Ando Installation

    Artist Miya Ando (featured in our last issue of 01 Magazine)  has a large installation in this year’s Venice Biennale, as part of the Frontiers Reimagined Exhibition at the Museo di Palazzo Grimani. She has created   a free-standing 84 x

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  7. Til April 26th Under Construction– New Positions in American Photography

    If you are in New York you need to check out this incredible group exhibition at Pioneer Works Center for Art and Innovation in collaboration with Foam Fotografiemuseum Amsterdam featuring works by photographers Joshua Citarella, Jessica Eaton, Daniel Gordon, Matthew

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  8. Exhibition Photos:Bellevue Arts Museum:The New Frontier

    We went to check out the opening of ‘The New Frontier: Young Designer-Makers In The Pacific Northwest’ at the Bellevue Arts Museum in Seattle.  The show examines the materials, processes, and creative that defines the designer’s practices. Here is some

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  9. Bellevue Arts Museum: The New Frontier-Makers in the Pacific Northwest

    This coming Thursday April 16th from 6-9pm, come to the The New Frontier at the Bellevue Arts Museum, a wonderland of over twenty designer/makers from Oregon, Washington, and British Columbia including Vancouver designs by  Omer Arbel(Bocci), Lukas Peet (ANDLIGHT),  Caine

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  10. ARTIST TALK: ANDREW DADSON AT VANCOUVER ART GALLERY

    Opening of Andrew Dadson: Over the Sun. Photo by Pardeep Singh.   Vancouver-based artist Andrew Dadson has consistently engaged with the notion of boundaries in relation to space and time in his painting, performance, photography and works on paper. His

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  11. Whitney Museum Of Art: Michele Abeles-Featured In Outdoor Art Project

    An incredible outdoor installation by American photographer Michele Abeles has been unveiled by the Whitney Museum Of Art. We look forward to seeing this in New York: (Michele Abeles (B. 1977 )Baby Carriage On Bike Or Riot Shield as Carriage

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  12. CULTIVATING EQUILIBRIUM AT UNIT/PITT

    This Thursday April 9th, Unit/Pitt Projects presents Cultivating Equilibrium by Madison Killo and Patrick Campbell. Madison Killo and Patrick Campbell will transform Unit/Pitt’s gallery space into an immersive and systematic, non-site recontextualization of the Bloedel Conservatory. Cultivating vanishing habitats in

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