Photography

 Ash Tanasiychuk

In Plain Sight, Phantom Shadows

In Plain Sight, Phantom Shadows

Dual exhibition openings firmly place Patron Art House at Capture Photography Festival

Celebrating two exhibitions of contemporary photography, Patron Art House recently held opening nights, hosting over 400 visitors. Its first involvement with Capture Photography Festival, both of Patron Art House’s exhibitions contribute to the reputation Capture has built over the years of being an event that aims to represent the full range of what can be […]

 Ollie Hansen

ROVE: discover art, build community

ROVE: discover art, build community

Every six months, ROVE maps a route of Mount Pleasant art spaces to check out & connect with

ROVE is a Mount Pleasant art walk. It happens not that often. Twice a year. Who thinks this should happen more often? Is it free? Yes! Is it guided? No, it’s self guided! Grab a map, get it on your phone, and go! Participating galleries have their doors open. ROVE is a friendly push to […]

 Ash Tanasiychuk

Lazy Susan

Lazy Susan

the 2017 SFU BFA graduating exhibition at Audain Gallery

With a playful title like Lazy Susan, unlike so many pretentious undergrad group show titles (hell, mine was “Flux” – ha!), the world was wide open with possibilities about the range and quality of work that would be seen. This was by far one of the most fresh showings of undergrad work to be seen […]

 Christin Herrmann

Eastside Culture Crawl 2016

Eastside Culture Crawl 2016

Artists on Vancouver's Eastside open their studios to the public for the 20th Culture Crawl

Photos by Christin Herrmann An ambitious project to give exposure to Strathcona-based artists 20 years ago, The Eastside Culture Crawl has turned into one of Vancouver’s most loved annual arts events. VANDOCUMENT photographer Christin Herrmann roamed this year’s Crawl, which has grown beyond the borders of Strathcona proper from Railtown in the north, south to […]

 Ash Tanasiychuk

Next Stop, Aberdeen

Next Stop, Aberdeen

The inaugural exhibition at Plaza Projects in Aberdeen Square, Richmond

Photos by Ash Tanasiychuk Plaza Projects presents its inaugural exhibition curated by 7:30assemble, Precarium – Right Until Revocation, which is a convergence of five emerging curators and fourteen artists. Using this commercial space that has temporarily been made available, we are taking this moment of departure from conventional forms of an art institution to more […]

 Jon Vincent

Vancouver Folk Music Festival 2016

Vancouver Folk Music Festival 2016

The Festival's 39th year, told through photos

Vancouver’s much loved music festival celebrated its 39th year with 60 international, national and local musicians, performing live and outdoors in Jericho Park, over the course of three days and nights. The Vancouver Folk Music Festival attracts a wide range of patrons from families to a young generation of music goers, all who can enjoy […]

 Corie Waugh

My Missing Body

My Missing Body

Start to finish, an Immersive Workshop facilitated by Zoe Kreye and final performance at Western Front

Photography by Corie Waugh, description taken from the FACEBOOK page “In partnership with LIVE 2015 and the Western Front, artist Zoe Kreye facilitates an immersive workshop where participants develop embodied scores with an installation of ceramic sculptures. The workshop in its entirety is conceived of as a collectively developed performance ritual. Each session begins with a […]

 Ash Tanasiychuk

Wildlife Igniters, Peek A Boo, and the Glacier in the Main Ring

Wildlife Igniters, Peek A Boo, and the Glacier in the Main Ring

In Dreams group show at Astro Turf gets big Art Waste support

Ash Tanasiychuk photos Oh yeah! Art Waste! My pics from massive group show In Dreams at Astro Turf Massive group show as part of Art Waste 2015 edition. Featuring artists: Olga Abeleva Frances Breden & Emma Lowther The Bush Collective Paul Carr Tanya Crail Natalie Crema Aisha Davidson Caton Diab Grace Eakins Rebecca Dueck & […]

 Ash Tanasiychuk

Victory Comes From Combining Creatives

Victory Comes From Combining Creatives

Analog photo portrait show celebrates local creatives, Combine The Victorious launch sophomore album at Make

Photodocumentation by Ash Tanasiychuk On June 4th, Make opened its doors for an exhibit of Vancouver creatives who had been selected for portraits and photographed by analogue photography studio VNB, including: Dan Berish & Ryan Mah, Black Rhino Creative Michael Seymour, installation artist Sarah Bancroft, Vitamin Daily Matt Schroeter, designer & photographer Neils Bendtsen, Bensen […]

 Andi Icaza-Largaespada

Dancing and Advancing to the Edge

Dancing and Advancing to the Edge

In preparing Together () Apart, a performance installation by performer and MFA candidate Isabelle Kirouac.

Word + Photos by Andi Icaza-Largaespada Midday on a Sunday towards the end of May, Isabelle Kirouac and Willoughby Arevalo are hand knotting a surprisingly complex structure made up of bamboo logs and white fabric on the floor of SFU Woodward’s Studio T. Surrounded by thick black drapes, the labyrinth-like performance space is still in […]

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