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Sunbeams against a lone tree stump. Snow-capped mountain peaks. Majestic Arctic icebergs. Massive pines laden with thick snow. Continue reading
The doors of the University of British Columbia’s new $107-million centrepiece at the Vancouver-Point Grey campus have officially been opened.
After nearly three years of construction and four years of planning and public consultation, students and faculty were quick with taking advantage of the new Student Union Building’s (SUB) facilities. Continue reading
The Vancouver Art Gallery now stands at the threshold of one of the most exciting moments in The VAG’s history. After more than a decade of research and planning for a new Gallery, they are moving forward with their vision to create an innovative and inspiring visual art museum Continue reading
The new home of the Whitney Museum of American Art, in all its 28,000 tons of glory (as architect Renzo Piano pointed out during the preview Thursday), opens to the public May 1 in Manhattan’s Meatpacking District. Continue reading
When sightings of Leonardo DiCaprio and Miley Cyrus (dressed as deranged vagabonds) at Art Basel in Miami cause a stir, one wonders what remains of the art world. Indeed it is tempting to think that the art world has been swallowed by the combined marketing and publicity machines of Hollywood and the fashion and music industries. Continue reading
Henry and Rose Pearlman built an exceptional collection of modernist works during the 1940s and 50s. Central to the Pearlman’s collecting interests were two artists, Continue reading
From Anselm Kiefer’s rotting sunflowers to a rollicking super-show all over Scotland, via Rembrandt, Matisse, Andy Warhol and Egon Schiele … it was an eye-opening year. Continue reading