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A collection of photos within the streets of Vancouver. Nothing more than simply what can be seen on a ride across town through the eyes of a transplant. The show is hung in the Charles Clark Gallery located in Strange Fellows Brewing.
It will be up on the walls till August 5th and open 7 days a week.
More of Brad Hill’s work can be seen at bradhillworks.com.
At the Richmond Art Gallery until June 28th, 2015. “Greg Girard captures dramatic transformations with Richmond/Kowloon” by Robin Laurence via the Straight.com
“It is dusk and the stucco façade of a small, postwar bungalow is fading into the shadows. Behind and above it looms a huge, brightly lit building topped with a glowing, disk-shaped roof. From this vantage point—the bungalow’s tidy front yard—the structure resembles an alien spacecraft, making a landing in suburban Richmond.
But although it evokes Stephen Spielberg’s sci-fi film Close Encounters of the Third Kind, the futuristic form is actually the Bing Thom–designed Aberdeen Centre. And the image is not a movie still, but one of a series of highly detailed colour photographs that Greg Girard shot in Richmond over the past two years.” Read the full review.
More of Greg Girard’s work can be seen at Monte Clarke Gallery.
Born in Edmonton, Danny SInger lives and works in Vancouver. For the past decade, Danny Singer has been traveling and photographing habitations across the North American prairies and plains. His work represents a document of 10 PARIS PHOTO – LOS ANGELES what is there, a subtly revealed history of lives lived, a testament to the ethic of progress that initiated these towns and the modernization and urbanization that is straining them. Ranging in width from 7 feet to 10 feet and height from a foot and a half to four, the monumental images are created from up to 150 different photographs. Exhibition Dates: May 1 to May 3, 2015 Read More at Gallery Jones
Fred Herzog / Martin Elder – Equinox Gallery – Los Angeles, CA
Paris Photo Los Angeles 2015 took place at Paramount Pictures Studios from May 1-3rd and hosted 79 leading galleries and art book dealers from 17 countries world-wide. This year Fidelis clients, Fred Herzog and Martin Elder exhibited under the Equinox Gallery banner. The gallery exhibited artworks by Marten Elder (b. 1986, USA) and Fred Herzog (b. 1930, Germany). … Read more
Pursuit, Plunder, & Fleece
There’s no dearth of beautiful things to see in Vancouver, but between 7 May and 4 June, treat yourself to Robert Arndt’s vivid and dizzying solo show at Macaulay & Co Fine Art. Using a mix of media and skewed documentation to create installations, video and photography, Arndt’s work is as defiant as it is captivating. Macaulay & Co’s intimate shows tend to only run for one month at a time, but they are unmissable. May 9 to June 6, 2015. Read the full review from 01 Magazine.
Gallery Jones is pleased to announce the opening of 100th Meridian, an exhibition of new work by Danny Singer.
For the past decade, Danny Singer has been travelling and photographing habitations across the North American prairies and plains. His work exists as many things: a document of what is there, a subtly revealed history of lives lived, a testament to the ethic of progress that initiated these towns, and the modernization and urbanization that is draining them. All of these characteristics exist because of, and could not exist without, the aesthetic power of the object. Ranging in widths from seven feet to ten feet and heights from a foot-and-a-half to four, the photographs tell stories with themes as broad as the struggle of a human construction on an open plain to the parking habits of residents. Created from up to one hundred and fifty different photographs, there is a temporal element to Singer’s work that heightens the effectiveness of the storytelling. It is almost as if a screen door could swing open and close on the left of the frame before your eyes have a chance to make their way to the right. Exhibiting April 25 to May 23, 2015. More at Gallery Jones.
Karin Bubas presents a selection of works from her Paper Forest series in this new solo exhibition.
This series of three-dimensional photographic works began when Bubas travelled around the Pacific Northwest, visiting the sights and experiencing the environment made famous by Emily Carr. In creating her own imagery of the forest, Bubas felt challenged to capture the rich and encompassing atmosphere. On exhibition until May 23, 2015. Read more
Image: Karin Bubas, Late Summer Forest #1, 2015, Archival pigment prints, glue, matboard, foamcore
Exhibiting March 28 to May 2, 2015 at Equinox Gallery, Vancouver, “Perceptual Renderings” exhibition is part of the second Capture Photography Festival in Vancouver. Learn more Artist Website. Articles on Martin Elder: SightUnseen Online Magazine 4 April, 2015, and Lynda Kuit Photography (Blog) Image: Installation, Equinox Gallery
Palm Springs Cityscapes and Landscapes” by impressionist painter, Tom Antil
On exhibition at the Lon Michels Gallery, Palm Springs from March 2 to 30th, 2015. The paintings of Tom Antil are colorful and a bit rough edged. They are painted on unsanded plywood. This adds a certain texture and roughness of it’s own. Tom attempts to make his portrayals of city scenes lively and upbeat. Thematically, he tries to portray cities as being an extension of nature, adding to the interest of the landscape rather than becoming a blight on it. For more information of Tom’s work visit www.tomantilart.com.
Artists, galleries and dealers are hoping that this new research report will shed light on today’s “new” art collector.
“The report investigates the global art collector scene. It analyzes private art collectors throughout the world by region, their art collections and the collector’s individual characteristics. It also looks into regional scenes: the emerging collector scenes in Brazil, China and India, as well as the more established scenes in Germany and the United States are analyzed in this edition.” says Magnus Resch, Larry’s List co-founder.
Canadian Art Magazine spoke with Magnus Resch about the production of this research, its relevance for Canadians and the changes suggested by these findings. Read the full article