Blog Post Category Archive (Events)

  1. 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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  2. 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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  3. 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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  4. Neighbour Woman: S/S15 -La Lumière

    ‘Neighbour Woman’ has opened their doors and have launched their highly anticipated website. The site/store looks beautiful and has the same familiar staples that you expect to see when walking into their menswear store- thoughtfully chosen objects, interesting journals and

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  5. 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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  6. Tomorrow at Fortune:Knauf And Brown/Poster Show: Unlimited Edition IV

    The boys from Knauf And Brown studio has their annual poster show exhibition on at Fortune Sound Lounge(147 East Pender Street) tomorrow. All posters are 15 dollars (2 foot by 3 foot) and will be printed for you on demand.

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  7. Strathcona:Ken Lum- Vancouver Especially

    Vancouver artist Ken Lum, renowned for his sculpture of a large sign that says “East Van” in the shape of a cross, has created a new exhibit consisting of a small replica of a Vancouver Special, a common home design.

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  8. Saturday March 28th:Opening-Marten Elder- Perceptual Renderings

    We are so excited to check out the solo exhibition at Equinox  this Saturday featuring the work of photographer Marten Elder called ‘Perceptual Rendering’. Check out the interview that we did with Marten in the current  01 Magazine issue here.

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  9. Til April 8th:M+B-Mariah Robertson-Photography Lovers’ Peninsula

    Beautiful work by photographer Mariah Robertson is being showcased at M+B in L.A…. M+B is pleased to announce Photography Lovers’ Peninsula, Mariah Robertson’s first solo exhibition with M+B. The exhibition until April 8, 2015. These works are made with photography

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  10. Photos:Acid Sweat Lodge x Publication Studio-Rock And Roll Meeting

    We went to check out the current exhibition at Publication Studio showcasing selected print works from Acid Sweat Lodge called ‘Rock And Roll Meeting’.  The collective started by Kevin Romaniuk and Liam Hogan researches and observes alternative lifestyles. They archive

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  11. 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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  12. Zioxla: Strange Plants II

    Zioxla has just released Strange Plants II,  the second book in a series that celebrates plants in contemporary art designed by Folch Studio. This second book features the work of 30 artists, and explores what these artists think about plants and how

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