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Rachel Rosenfield Lafo

Howie Tsui’s tour de force exhibition at the Vancouver Art Gallery is a fascinating fusion of characters and tropes from the world of wuxia – Chinese martial arts fantasy fiction – with events from Hong Kong history and politics. more

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A pioneer in photographing with colour film, Fred Herzog produced an enduring and nuanced record of cities and the people who inhabit them. more

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"Children" is a group show of videos by six international artists who demonstrate that representations of children have long since evolved from romantic depictions of childhood innocence. more

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The City of Richmond and the Board of Directors for the Richmond Art Gallery Association (RAGA) are pleased to announce that Rachel Rosenfield Lafo is the new Director of the Richmond Art Gallery effective February 12, 2013. more

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In vibrantly coloured biomorphic paintings at the Republic Gallery, Ryan Peter reconsiders the legacy of Modernism. He seems particularly drawn to Surrealism for its evocation of the fantastic and rejection of the rational. more

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"The Bureaucrat"

Courtesy the artist and Equinox Gallery

Context is everything when looking at art. Where an artwork is exhibited, what it is shown with, and how it is displayed directly affect its interpretation. Sonny Assu’s new installation at the West Vancouver Museum centers on this connection. more

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Toronto-based artist Yam Lau creates hybrid worlds that blend real and digitally generated space in intersecting and overlapping layers of great spatial and metaphysical complexity. more

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"Pretty Uglies," the name of one of 16 installations in Natalie Purschwitz and Kelly Lycan’s exhibition at Centre A, could just have easily served as the name for the whole show. more

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