Blog Post Category Archive (Film)

  1. JEREMY SHAW AT THE CAG: Medium-Based Time

    The Contemporary Art Gallery presents Medium-Based Time by Berlin-based Canadian artist Jeremy Shaw, featuring a black and white 16mm film of transgender voguer Leiomy Maldonado, an HD video installation that reworks archival ethnographic film into a dystopian science fiction narrative,

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  2. A New Breed: Get Miles Away

    This short film is beautifully shot and shows you how incredible B.C. surfing could  be… Directed, filmed, and edited by Alex Craig, “Get Miles Away” chronicles the cold water surf exploration of British Columbia-based surf filmmaker Ben Gulliver and surf

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  3. LARRY CLARK: THE SMELL OF US

    The Smell of Us, Larry Clark’s latest movie, is about a group of young skaters in Paris. Continuing his ongoing exploration of youth culture in a new country, Clark teamed up with by French poet Mathieu Landais aka S.C.R.I.B.E.  to write the script

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  4. 01 Magazine Issue No.9 – Contemporary Issue

    We are pleased to announce that 01 Magazine  No.9 – Contemporary Issue is finally up.  Enjoy! Featuring: Tom Dixon / Ingo Maurer / Rachel Cattle & Steve Richards / Arik Roper / BaseRange / Marten Elder / Doug Johnston / Zioxla

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  5. Opening (November 6th- December 7th): Peter Hay Halpert Fine Art- Jordan Sullivan

    Peter Hay Halpert Fine Art is opening with a solo exhibition by Los Angeles based photographer  Jordan Sullivan called ‘The Young Earth & An Island In The Moon’ on November 6th. This is the gallery’s first solo exhibition of Sullivan’s

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  6. ARVO LEO AT KIND POT

      Fish Plane, Heart Clock is a film by Arvo Leo featuring the work of Inuit hunter-turned-artist Pudlo Pudlat (1916-1992). For many years Pudlo Pudlat lived a traditional semi-nomadic life on Baffin Island in the Canadian Arctic. Eventually, in his forties,

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  7. October 3rd-17th: Muddguts -Peter Sutherland and Jim Mangan -Flash Flood

    PHOTOGRAPHY / SCULPTURES / MOUNTAINS ‘Flash Flood’ exhibits the work of artists, and long time friends, Jim Mangan and Peter Sutherland. Their works celebrate a shared affinity for nature, particularly the mountainous regions of Utah and Colorado. The two artists

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  8. Opening tonight: La Fondation Pierre Bergé-HEDI SLIMANE SONIC

    The Hedi Slimane exhibition ‘Sonic’ opens tonight at La Fondation Pierre Bergé – Yves Saint Laurent. The music themed retrospective will exhibit Hedi Slimane’s portraits, a video installation and a limited edition book will accompany the exhibition. The show focuses on

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  9. 1971: Neil Young Performs live on The Johnny Cash Show

    On a rainy Saturday such as this a bit of Neil Young always brings up the spirit…. Neil Young performing “The Needle and the Damage Done” and “Journey Through The Past” on the Johnny Cash show in 1971. Check it

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  10. DAVIDE SORRENTI

    Davide talks about his life in a casting interview conducted by Avedon Studio   Davide Sorrenti’s life and career in fashion photography were short but meaninful. Coming from an Italian family of artists and fashion photographers (his brother and sister are Vanina

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  11. Til Oct 4th: Rennie Collection- Rodney Graham

    Vancouver based artist Rodney Graham has a solo show on at the ‘Rennie Collection- Wing Sang’ until October 4th showing pieces from the artist works in several media – film, video, photography, painting, sculpture, sound, text, and installation. Graham’s show was a

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  12. BED PEACE

    Dear Friends, In 1969, John and I were so naïve to think that doing the Bed-In would help change the world. Well, it might have. But at the time, we didn’t know. It was good that we filmed it, though. The

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