Blog Post Category Archive (Canada)

  1. December 2nd-4th: Friends With Benefits- Holiday Edition

    The babes at Friends With Benefits x A Bronze Age is having another Pop Up Shop at their 756 Powell St. location just in time for the holidays. Every weekend there will be different vendors showcasing their products for you

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  2. Screening tonight: The Cinematheque x The Contemporary Art Gallery: Art21

    The Cinematheque is delighted to present the Canadian theatrical premiere of this one-hour film, part of Art in the Twenty-First Century’s new season: “In small and tightly-knit Vancouver, artists reframe the world through a series of sophisticated illusions. By recreating

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  3. THE BERNARD SHAKEY FILM RETROSPECTIVE: NEIL YOUNG ON SCREEN

    The Cinematheque (Vancouver) JULY 31 /AUGUST 1-4, 6, 10 “It’s really such a great thing to have this program of Bernard Shakey’s films … He’s really an amazing filmmaker.” JIM JARMUSCH The Bernard Shakey Film Retrospective: Neil Young On Screen

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  4. JEFF HAMADA: REMAKE

    After working on it for years, Jeff Hamada of Booooooom has released his first book. Remake has a simple notion: reimagining and remaking master works of art. The results from this exploration into the history of art are everything from

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  5. ROAD TO RUIN AT COOPER COLE

    Toronto Gallery Cooper Cole has a new location (1134 Dupont St.) and they are inaugurating with the group show Road to Ruin featuring, Martin Soto Climent, Anne-Lise Coste, Ryan Foerster, Jesse Harris, Jeremy Jansen, Jenine Marsh, Marlie Mul, John Riepenhoff,

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  6. 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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  7. CAPTURE PHOTOGRAPHY FESTIVAL

    Jessica Eaton, DG Weave, (mock-up installation view) 2015. A Capture public installation on the Dal Grauer Substation. Photograph by Nelson Mouëlllic Starting tonight and running throughout April and May the  Capture Photography Festival is happening at various venues in Vancouver. Showcasing

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  8. This Thursday at Make: The Liberia Pure Honey Project

    Tomorrow at Make is the Liberia Honey Project exhibition which is curated by our friends Andrew Querner and Nich McElroy in support of Universal Outreach Foundation’s work in Liberia, West Africa. In cooperation with the Liberia Beekeepers Association, UOF has

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  9. Feb 28-April 18: Rock and Roll Meeting: Selected Print Works from the Acid Sweat Lodge Archive

    Rock and Roll Meeting: Selected Print Works from the Acid Sweat Lodge Archive Publication Studio is pleased to present ‘Rock And Roll Meeting’, an exhibition of selected print works from the archive of the Acid Sweat Lodge. These works are

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  10. FEB 14TH Nathaliee Paolinelli/ Mimi Eden/ Jaelem Bhate: MODEL Projects- Piano Bar

    This Saturday February 14th Model Projects presents Piano Bar an exhibition and musical happening by Nathalee Paolinelli , Mimi Eden and  Jaelem Bhate  147 Main St, Vancouver, 8-11pm.  February 14 aka Valentine’s Day. INSTALLATION BY NATHALEE PAOLINELLI WITH CERAMICS BY MIMA EDEN

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  11. Niall McClelland Q&A: Hot Sauce

      Portraits: Aaron Wynia Interview by: Marina Kamalova Install Shots: Jimmy Limit Toronto-based artist Niall McClelland opened his solo show, “Hot Sauce”, at Clint Roenisch gallery last week. The show’s title is a reference to Philip “Hot Sauce” Champion, who

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  12. NIALL MCCLELLAND: HOT SAUCE

      Niall McClelland’s latest exhibition Hot Sauce, will be at Clint Roenisch Gallery starting tonight until February 22. 190 Saint Helens Avenue, Toronto. Read our interview with Niall from 01 Issue 9 – Contemporary here.