Cole Morgan’s latest paintings are a change from his previous style, abstractions that play with 'trompe l’oeil', fooling the viewer’s eye with shapes – often balls – that look as if they are lifting off the canvas. more

Sep 5, 2016 12:57 PM PREVIEWS

An artist with a self-confessed “antique hand” who paints landscapes that seem a throwback to Romanticism is bound to raise eyebrows in a digital age ruled by irony, post-modern genre-bending and anything-goes mash-ups. more

Sep 5, 2016 11:58 AM PREVIEWS

The Art Gallery of Greater Victoria offers a rare glimpse into Asia's erotic history with "Kinky: Ancient Chinese and Japanese Erotic Images." more

Sep 4, 2016 8:04 PM PREVIEWS

Bharti Kher, "An absence of assignable cause," 2007

Courtesy of the artist and GALERIE PERROTIN, Photo: BHARTI KHER STUDIO

The first North American survey of international artist Bharti Kher incorporates elements of sculpture, photography and painting to explore ritual and female identity. more

Sep 4, 2016 7:51 PM PREVIEWS

Victoria artist Wendy Skog presents new abstract paintings and prints in her exhibition, The Blue Hours. Skog, who studied art at the University of Alberta, works intuitively creating lyrical pieces to transmit her feelings. more

Sep 4, 2016 7:39 PM PREVIEWS

John Chalke, "The Magma Was Thinnest at Crowsnest Pass," 2009

Photo: Willock & Sax Gallery

"Directions of His Own" pays tribute to the late John Chalke and his contributions as an artist and educator. Chalke, who taught at the University of Alberta in Edmonton, was renowned for his understanding of glazes, clays and kilns. more

Sep 4, 2016 7:31 PM PREVIEWS

Toronto artist Steve Driscoll presents a suite of paintings about celestial phenomena in "And a Dark Wind Blows," an immersive installation that features an artificial lake and boardwalk. more

Sep 4, 2016 7:24 PM PREVIEWS

Fireflies, chameleons and starlings were the inspiration for "Murmuration," which explores natural networks and data visualization in sculptural and digital media. more

Sep 4, 2016 7:16 PM PREVIEWS

In The Garden of Earthly Delights, Juan Ortiz-apuy creates large-scale collages made from clippings from magazines and sales catalogues in order to explore advertising and commodity fetishes. more

Sep 4, 2016 6:39 PM PREVIEWS

Atom Egoyan, "Steenbeckett," 2002

© Ego Film Arts

Canadian filmmaker Atom Egoyan presents his 2002 lens-based installation, "Steenbeckett," which immerses viewers in a moving web of 35mm film strung floor to ceiling and wall to wall. more

Sep 4, 2016 6:28 PM PREVIEWS

Monique Martin, "Continuous, 2015-2016"

Photo courtesy Monique Martin

Monique Martin uses bees to look at the fragility of life and the relationship between insects and humans in a print installation created in the form of a paper hive. more

Sep 4, 2016 6:17 PM PREVIEWS

Cindy Dyson is known for street scenes painted with palette knives. “The variety of mark I can make with these tools challenges and fascinates me,” says Dyson. more

Sep 4, 2016 6:11 PM PREVIEWS

Robert Burke, Children and Change, 2013

Courtesy Canada Council for the Arts

Robert Burke, originally from Fort Smith, N.W.T., creates paintings based on his memories of residential school. more

Sep 4, 2016 5:11 PM PREVIEWS

Edie Marshall has had a long fascination with the history and varied ecologies of the Great Plains. As a painter, she has explored this familiar terrain in several serial bodies of work. more

Jan 16, 2016 8:24 PM PREVIEWS

In this digital age, photography can seem so casual. But Karen Asher is well aware of the power she invokes. Her recent photographs mine the depths of body language and explore gestures that are unguarded, elemental and way beyond contrivance. more

Jan 16, 2016 8:19 PM PREVIEWS

Julia Zhu performs "The Elk Concerto" as part of Music for Natural History, 2012, a performative sound installation at the Royal BC Museum in Victoria

Photo: Christine Walde

Have you ever wondered what the world sounded like before the roar of jets or the steady hum of traffic? more

Jan 16, 2016 8:00 PM PREVIEWS

Dana Claxton’s solo exhibition, "Made To Be Ready", presents new photographic works that capture the life force of Lakota cultural belongings made for use in daily life. more

Jan 16, 2016 6:32 PM PREVIEWS

Peter Aspell was among a core group of influential artists who challenged conventions in post-war Vancouver. Unlike many of his contemporaries, who were involved in nature-based abstraction, Aspell chose the figure as his main subject. more

Jan 16, 2016 4:34 PM PREVIEWS

Toronto artist Maria Flawia Litwin uses a Polish paper-cutting tradition to weave fantastical stories that blend personal memories, social history and mythology. more

Jan 16, 2016 4:30 PM PREVIEWS

Fraser Brinsmead grew in the small community of Lac La Biche, Alta., and his first glimpse of Edmonton affected him deeply. more

Jan 16, 2016 4:28 PM PREVIEWS



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