A glimpse of what to expect at the seventh annual Art Book Fair
As media sponsor for Vancouver Art Book Fair 2018, VABF’s Helen Wong and Megan Low contributed the following piece to give you a taste of this year’s fair. We’ll see you there! /// You probably know the Vancouver Art Book Fair (VABF) from the various iterations of tote bags seen around the city. If you’re […]
A look back at the 2017 Vancouver Art Book Fair
We had a fantastic time at the 2017 Vancouver Art Book Fair. It was the 6th annual. This was the 4th time we have documented the Fair. 2013 2014 2015 2017 fundraiser View this post on Instagram We're setting up at @vancouverartbookfair ! Come visit us. We just found our table – its on the […]
VABF 2017 Fundraiser & Membership Drive
Vancouver Art Book Fair 2017 is nearly here and to celebrate, the annual fundraiser and membership party was held at Remington Gallery on East Hastings. Not just a preview of publications to be seen at this year’s event, the party was a silent auction with work by many of Vancouver’s artists: Khan Lee | Nikki […]
Every art exhibition happening tonight in Vancouver, mapped for you.
Stretching from Mount Pleasant through Strathcona to Downtown, the DTES, and ending up in Chinatown for the SWARM afterparty & LIVE2017 Kick Off Party, there are 16 art events to fill your Friday with. 6-9pm James Black Gallery 6-9pm The Phoenix 6-10pm Gallery Gachet 7-10pm Access Gallery 7-10pm Centre A 7-10pm UNIT/PITT Projects 7-10pm Vancouver […]
Zines. Books. Mags. Sales. Talks. Swag. Tarot readings and paying off student loans. Plus an elevator handstand performance.
Photography by Lukas Engelhardt Free and open to the public, VA/BF is the only international art book fair in Canada and one of only two on the West Coast. In 2015 the event is anticipated to attract nearly 5,000 visitors from across the Greater Vancouver Area and beyond. Presented by Project Space, VA/BF is a […]
Sonic Weaving/A Collection of Shadows
Words by Nicole Dumas Photos by Jon Vincent With the electric hum of busses behind, I enter Field Contemporary. Guests fill the cozy gallery and group together in monochromatic ensembles as if curated to match the artwork. People relax into revelations about desires for community and collaboration – a number of essays and books are […]