Art

Andrea Bang - The Portrait Project - Aharon Jinjihashvili

'The Portrait Project' shoots people's true emotions

"I am intrigued by how people express emotion and the way they look while doing so." — photographer Aharon Jinjihashvili
Mumbai, Vancouver Art Gallery, Offsite, installation, India, art, VAG

Mumbai artist maps out web of wire at VAG Offsite

Reena Saini Kallat leads off the Indian Summer Festival with her global tapestry installation, 'Woven Chronicle' on West Georgia Street.
Three marionettes by Jorge Cerqueira, 2012.  Photo by Kyla Bailey

New show of Portuguese popular art takes viewers from Heaven to Hell

An exceptional, finely detailed, exhibition of Portuguese Popular Art opens at MOA. It's playful, smart and gorgeous.
Recipients and presenters of prestigious Vancouver arts awards

Vancouver art world convenes at Audain, VIVA and Balkind awards

Three hundred and fifty of Vancouver’s art elite gathered last Thursday for the presentation of the Audain and VIVA awards under the plant-draped Great Hall of the Arthur C. Erickson’s BC Law...

Artists shed new light on Enbridge, tar sands and environmental destruction

Lindy Sisson is one of four Vancouver artists featured here who are using their art to raise awareness about the oil pipelines.
Leads Adam J. Rennie and Karli Dinardo in "Flashdance - The Musical"

Lots of Pizzazz in "Flashdance" at the Queen Elizabeth Theatre

"Flashdance - The Musical" offers glitz and action at the Queen Elizabeth Theatre until November 16th.
Cartoonist Mimi Pond of "Over Easy" fame to appear at Canzine West Festival.

Canzine West Festival illuminates the Underground Zine Culture

Canzine West Festival presents over 200 zines from comics to graphic novels, small presses and featured artists in an afternoon and evening of activities.

Varley in Vancouver, Part 1: The Group of 7 “bohemian” heads west

Group of Seven painter Frederick Varley lived in Vancouver and played a pivotal role in the creation of a West Coast art movement and sensibility.

Roselina Hung's exuberant creativity comes alive in "Myth and Men"

A Woman's View on "Myth and Men" at Initial Gallery. Roselina Hung's exhibition of exuberantly creative paintings.
"Main Barber from Sidewalk, 1968" Fred Herzog, courtesy Equinox Gallery

Visual art trailblazers honoured at the VIVA and Audain awards: Videos

Recipients of BC's most prestigious awards -- photographer Fred Herzog, performance artist Skeena Reece and painter Mina Totino -- explain the significance of winning awards.