Nanaimo Art Gallery, April 7–June 3, 2018
Through felting, needlepoint, ceramics, woodwork and more, three Vancouver exhibitions offer a means of eliding the era of Big Data.
It's not just Vancouver residents who have to navigate housing precarity. The city's galleries do, too.
Presentation House Gallery did strong work for decades despite a substandard space. Now, the gallery enters its second chapter with a new building and name.
References to bodies—human and otherwise—link a number of recent Vancouver exhibitions. Together, they offer passage to different realms.
As forest fires ravage British Columbia’s Interior, exhibitions across Vancouver delve into environmental issues with varying degrees of success.
By compiling online comments into books and translating Seventeen magazine headlines into bead art, Vancouver artists lift the veil on medium as message.
When Vancouver skies are overcast, exhibitions about darkness and obfuscation seem all the more relevant.
This winter in Vancouver has been, largely, bleak and icy. But resilience can be located in a number of shows in the city.