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Gallery Gachet, which supports marginalized artists in Vancouver, helps Teresa Pocock, an artist with Down syndrome, launch her second book. more

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The show that introduced British audiences to one of Canada’s premier Modernist painters has come home. Check out the reclusive artist's work at the Vancouver Art Gallery. more

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A Vancouver exhibition by Northwest Indigenous artists reflects the resurgence of ancient tattooing practices as a process of cultural reclamation. more

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Influential international artist Susan Hiller creates dreamlike works that explore the subconscious, the paranormal and the metaphysical. more

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Works by Davida Kidd, Rebecca Chaperon and Chris Reid trigger the imagination. Writers as notable as Susan Musgrave and Zsuzsi Gartner were happy to respond. more

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Is art the exclusive domain of humans? The expressive quality of portraits drawn by robots in a group show that explores the relationship between people and technology may give you pause. more

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A groundbreaking collaborative exhibition at Vancouver's Museum of Anthropology gives visitors a gateway to understand the work of First Nations' cultural centres across British Columbia. more

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Capture offers a visual feast of photo-based art from April 5 to April 30 in galleries, coffee shops and even two rental vans. Check out our picks. more

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Molly Lamb Bobak captures urban vistas and crowd scenes in loose but evocative work on view in Greater Vancouver. more

HISTORICAL ART & AUCTIONS

India, like Canada, has hundreds of Indigenous communities that may lack material wealth but are rich in stories and visual creativity. more

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Surreal, dream-like, spiritual and shrewdly insightful are descriptions that come to mind when viewing Inuit artist Shuvinai Ashoona’s work. more

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A major survey of Sylvia Tait's work at the Burnaby Art Gallery reveals a surprisingly multidisciplinary artist. more

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This Vancouver show includes 650 newspaper photographs that document marches, blockades, demonstrations, strikes and occupations. more

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Each generation of artists strives to carve out new meaning, to take from the past, make it more relevant and leave a distinct mark on the world. Nowhere is this reinvention more difficult than in painting. more

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After years of mainly producing mixed-media collages, Angela Grossmann picked up her paints recently and returned to her original medium. more

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One of the last century’s great scientists, Santiago Ramón y Cajal, known as the father of modern neuroscience, yearned as a boy to be an artist. more

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Brendan Tang and Sonny Assu collaborate on an exploration of youth culture at The Reach Gallery Museum in Abbotsford, B.C. more

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A solo show at the Vancouver Art Gallery by Elad Lassry, an Israeli artist based in Los Angeles, challenges perceptions of what photography can be. more

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Calligraphy, the art of fine writing, is more than beautiful penmanship as a show at UBC's Museum of Anthropology demonstrates. more

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A wave of immigrants from Hong Kong in the late 1980s and early 1990s included artists now showing their work at the Vancouver Art Gallery. more

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