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Summer 2015

On newsstands June 15, 2015 to September 14, 2015


Glue Pour, 1970
Robert Smithson’s Vancouver sojourn
by Adam Lauder

Salvage Economy
Geoffrey Farmer’s mid-career survey at the Vancouver Art Gallery
by Amy Luo

Perfect Glitch
Lorna Mills and her subversive GIF art
by Simon Lewsen

Wooden Sleep
Ydessa Hendeles and the articulate manikin
by Elizabeth Legge

Brainn Trrustt
Neil Farber and Michael Dumontier prove two heads are better than one
by Chris Hampton

From High-Rise to Storefront
The Apartment keeps pace with Vancouver’s changing scene
by Michael Turner

Continuous Forms
Robert Fones’s sources in nature and industry
by Sarah Robayo Sheridan


A national and international roundup of the season’s best exhibitions


Recent art books and catalogues


Laurent Craste: Porcelain Power
by Emily Falvey


Union Station: Water’s Edge
by Richard Rhodes


Sarah Cale
by Rebecca Travis

Tanya Busse
by C. Elizabeth Grant

Dave Dyment
by Lee Henderson

Andrew Wright
by Sophie Lynch

“Working Title: An Exhibition of Contemporary Maritime Artists”
by sophia bartholomew

“You won’t believe (…)”
by Alison Cooley


Conversation Starter
by Caoimhe Morgan-Feir

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