The Vancouver-born ceramicist creates one-of-a-kind vases and sculptures influenced by comics and pop culture narratives.
Part of what sets Mior’s textiles apart from contemporary museum discourse is that she actually wants people to use them.
From the ocean to the moon.
Born in Kazakhstan and raised in Vancouver, rising art star Ola Volo whimsically combines the folklore of her heritage and the sentimentality of her upbringing into her paintings. Thanks to this rich cultural conversation, her style has become known across the continent as distinctly hers.
With thick-rimmed plastic glasses and a Coca-Cola branded t-shirt, Skinner blends right in with the resin-heavy, often text-based pieces that he has become known for.
The celebrated multidisciplinary artist uses her voice to reclaim the Indigenous narrative, exploring stereotypes, beauty, and visibility.
Literature drives the Vancouver painter’s composition; with an admiration for how writing articulates the subtle feelings that span the human experience, she absorbs words and refracts compositions.
The world’s most expensive living African-American shows his work in Vancouver.
Among the mushroom clouds.
The work of Takashi Murakami might be jovial and sweet at first glance, but it carries with it a dark and ominous undertone. Whether the famous Japanese artist outwardly agrees with that or not is another story.
The celebrated contemporary artist behind English Bay’s “A-maze-ing Laughter” visits Vancouver for the very first time.