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TAKING ON A PIECE OF HISTORY FROM THE CANADIAN WEST, STAN DOUGLAS CREATES A COMPELLING MYSTERY IN KLATSASSIN AT THE VANCOUVER ART GALLERY. Read more

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The soundtrack of Louise Noguchi’s 1999 ten-video installation Study/Sketch is set up in the purposely darkened interior space at Centre A Gallery. Read more

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PHOTOGRAPHER DAVID BURDENY DOCUMENTS A GRAND AND ENDANGERED LANDSCAPE. Read more

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Carol Sawyer’s photographs, videos, slide projections and sounds in installations linger in the mind long after they have been experienced. Read more

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Since moving to Asia in 1983, Vancouver-born artist Greg Girard has been building a successful career as a commercial photographer, documenting many well-known sites and personalities in Hong Kong, Taiwan, and in other locations in mainland China. Read more

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Works from “Fragments” are among the remarkable collection of images in "Against the Day", the artist’s 25-year retrospective at the Vancouver Art Gallery. Read more

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The art shows and catalogues circulated by the West Baffin Island Co-op over the last 50 years have been crucial to the development of southerners’ general comprehension of Inuit Art, even now when they include less traditional, more innovative works Read more

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At this time of year, jolts of colour are welcome, and the hues in Peter John Voormeij’s paintings, when viewed at a distance through the generous windows of the Elliott Louis Gallery, have an exhilarating effect. Read more

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Over 100 expertly chosen works by Marianne Schmidt are hung in three concurrent shows in the Lower Mainland, and the installation of work at each venue elucidates and astounds. Read more

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"Sweet Raw" combines current paintings by a pair of up-and-coming artists in a show that is "sweet" but never cloying, and "raw" in the sense that it is honest and up front. Read more

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The paintings in Surrey artist Robert Genn's 20-year retrospective exhibition are quiet of surface, impeccably composed, and suffused with gentle, carefully considered light. Read more

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Two solo shows at Bau-Xi Gallery — Stuart Slind: "Dawn to Dusk," and Marcus Bowcott: "Marking Time" — embody entirely different approaches to the subject of landscape. Read more

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On the walls of Gallery Jones are dozens of black and white drawings from a series called "Studies for Making Idols" (also showcased on the artist's website — www.mohsenkhalili.com.) Read more

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"Heavenly Bodies" brings forth Gathie Falk's long-standing fascination with the clouds above and the sun, moon and stars beyond. Read more

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Drew Burnham’s "Coastal" at the Bau-Xi in Vancouver features scenes by an artist who, while paying homage to his forebears, manages nevertheless to create works that are personal and quite original. Read more

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The best way to experience Liz Magor's recently completed "LightShed" public art sculpture is to start from the foot of Broughton Street in Vancouver and walk south along the sea wall, past the Coal Harbour Community Centre. Read more

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The current exhibition of paintings and drawings by Jesse Garbe confirms that Farris has not lost her touch in selecting promising new artists. Garbe is just 26 years of age and this is his first solo show. Read more

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In "Drawing Room," the rendering styles of eleven emerging artists are sometimes influenced by academic precedents. Read more

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This solo show is intended to bring West Coast attention to a body of work by a significant senior Canadian artist from Quebec who was one of the signatories to Paul-Emile Borduas's l948 "Refus global manifesto." Read more

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