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A new and surprisingly intimate memoir is chock full of anecdotes about one of Vancouver’s favourite artists. Apples are just one aspect of everyday life that Gathie Falk explored. more

BOOKS

Artist Etienne Zack reflects on relationships between bureaucracies and information with delirious architectures composed of books and stacked documents. more

STORIES

Marie Khouri recalls her experiences growing up in Beirut during the Lebanese Civil War in a show at Vancouver's Equinox Gallery. more

STORIES

Vancouver Flats arts and culture community urges TransLink to avoid “cut and cover” to preserve rare Finning industrial building. more

NEWS

In Reeves’ latest paintings, he both mines and limns the suburbs as a generic place, a locus of the mind, in much the same manner as the American novelist Jonathan Franzen. more

STORIES

Adad Hannah, "An Arrangement (Polka Dot Case Study) 2," 2016

Image courtesy of Equinox Gallery, Vancouver

A gymnast hurls herself through the air, curling, unfurling, and lands back standing. Each of the 16 frames of "Adad Hannah’s After Muybridge: Front Flip" represents a fraction of a second. The likeness to Eadweard Muybridge’s sequences seems obvious more

STORIES

The 2012 version of Art Toronto – or, the event previously known as the Toronto International Art Fair, if you prefer – featured some 130 galleries from 23 countries. more

NEWS

Each time an end date approached, people kept flocking to see the Kodachrome-coloured prints of long-gone Vancouver scenes circa the 1950s, 60s and 70s. more

COLUMNS

For his solo exhibition in Vancouver, running simultaneously with his exhibition at the Musee d’Art Contemporain in Montreal, Etienne Zack has painted a world of painting machines. more

STORIES

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

STORIES

A retrospective launching this fall in Victoria will take the “beautifully grand” landscapes of West Coast painter Takao Tanabe across the nation. more

STORIES

The story goes that Gathie Falk once walked into a Vancouver grocery store, looked at a pile of apples neatly arranged in pyramid style, and said to herself, “If I made them, they would be better.” She did and they were. more

STORIES

Gordon Smith has often described himself as being "one hundred artists deep" - meaning that he has always been open to the influence of others. more

STORIES