Ever since the illustrious U.S. art patron Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney launched the Whitney Biennial in New York in 1932, this venerable survey of contemporary art in America has become the Holy Grail for up-and-coming artists looking to snag a spot in this coveted exhibition lineup and take their shot at fame and fortune.
From December 3, 2016 to April 17, 2017, the Vancouver Art Gallery will feature inaugural edition of its new triennial in the form of exhibit Vancouver Special: Ambivalent Pleasures, which strives to document the development of Vancouver’s contemporary art scene and the shifts it has undergone since the 2010 Winter Olympics.
Juxtapoz x Superflat seeks to flatten the barrier between high and low art, allowing visitors access to previously unconsidered realms.
As IDS West attracts approximately 36,000 design-minded visitors to its exhibitor gallery per year, Collect is a valuable opportunity for local artists to add another dimension through which visitors may deepen their understanding of the province’s creative culture.
Since its inception, the Setouchi Triennale has garnered international attention for its blue chip art, displayed in a surreally beautiful and utterly remote setting.
Over the last two decades, ART21 has changed the paradigm for teaching about the creative process. Now, the documentary series turns its focus to Vancouver’s art scene.
To commemorate the Hollow Tree’s hallowed history, a golden sculpture in its likeness has been created by none other than Vancouver’s Douglas Coupland.
There’s nothing quite as charmingly twee as a Wes Anderson scene—except, perhaps, a boxed diorama of a Wes Anderson scene.
The combination of art, architecture, and wine—white, red, and the rosé for which Provence is famous— is what makes Château La Coste different.