June 2, 2018
Rennie Museum presents a survey of works by Kerry James Marshall spanning thirty-two years of the artist’s career. Kerry James Marshall: Collected Works features pieces from the artist’s complex body of work, which interrogates the sparse historical presence of African-Americans through painting, sculpture, drawing and other media.
May 24, 2018
Susan Hiller is an acclaimed artist based in London, England whose pioneering artworks span almost five decades. The video installations and photographic works in Altered States highlight Hiller’s concern with the unknowable and unspeakable aspects of human experience. Her works investigate dream states, language, the irrational and the mysteries of our collective unconscious. Hiller undertakes rigorous research,...
May 16, 2018
“This exhibition considers the work of 13 Canadian artists of diverse origins and experience for whom haunting, it might be argued, is an artistic strategy. Through works of sound, sculpture, installation, painting, garments, print and video, these artists alter our experience of being in time and challenge the ways we separate the past, present and...
July 26, 2018
Monte Clark Gallery presents an exhibition of new work by Graham Gillmore.
June 17, 2018
Vancouver artist Germaine Koh contributes to the current housing discourse through her exploration of small-scale dwellings and “social sculptures” in her solo exhibition Home Made Home. An advocate of creative space design, accessibility, sustainability, and self-sufficiency, Koh’s compact structures probe many of the complex housing issues relevant to the Lower Mainland.
Feathers, Ether, Sand, Speech presents a selection of contemporary Vancouver artists working at the intersection of performance and media art, and exploring sites of contested gender representation: the cinema, the landscape and the strip club. Lauren Marsden, Elizabeth Milton and Sydney Southam explore the presence and absence of the body to articulate their concerns surrounding...
An easily overlooked T-junction in Copenhagen’s Sydhavn district is the location of a dramatic statue. In the midst of everyday urban space rises a bronze sculpture of a young man who is about to tame two unruly horses. The essay film Breaker of Horses delves into the bronze sculpture and follows the hidden stories that...
Crania represents twelve of more than one hundred mixed-media sculptures by Robin Peck. Each artwork in the series are titled with name, year, size, and the materials that constitute their forms. Referencing both figurative and minimalist sculptural practices, Peck uses materials that are often associated with the detritus of the factory floor, the stuff of...
June 9, 2018
‘Dead Marble’ is an installation that stages a series of performative provocations drawing attention to the ways in which both people and architecture determine the experience of the institution. Through an audio guide, several characters—all of whom have a distinct relationship to the sculpture court—will “inhabit” the space. Each week for the duration of the...