Born in Vancouver, Kristin Lim has worked in the art world for over 17 years across three countries. She is passionate about contemporary art and telling people about it. She can often be found exploring the city by bicycle, seeking out an obscure gallery, pop-up show, or new exhibition. One day, she plans to officially launch her art tours of Vancouver and abroad, which combine her love of food, beer, hiking and cycling, and of course, art.
Soak Up Some Art at the Eastside Culture Crawl, Nov. 16-19
This year, you’ll find nearly 450 participants working in all sorts of artistic mediums opening their studios to the public – making the Culture Crawl the perfect entry point for meeting artists, both seeing and buying art, and exploring 57 buildings across East Van.
How to Make the Most of Capture Photography Festival’s Final Weeks, April 17-30
While many exhibitions and public art projects will remain on view beyond the 2023 festival's final day (April 30th), there’s still so much to see and too little time! Here’s a guide to navigating your way through the second half of Capture, including not-to-miss special events, artist talks, and exhibitions closing soon.
Fruit, Meat, Flowers & Lace: Deconstructing the Still Life with Local Artist, Svava Tergesen
In her latest exhibition, Ornamental Cookery (opening at the Audain Art Museum on April 1st) the interdisciplinary artist - who finds inspiration at her local supermarket - continues to explore the domestic sphere and gender roles therein.
On the Power of Art and the Urgency to Think Deeply About Representation, with Emmy Lee Wall
In anticipation of the official launch of this year's Capture Photography Festival (April 1-30, 2023), we connected with Capture's Executive Director to learn a bit more about the festival and its impact a decade in...
Head Downtown for ‘Here and Now’, Opening at Pendulum Gallery Today
The 10th anniversary of Capture is kicking off with the opening of a new exhibition of lens-based works, showcasing ten new works by ten local artists, on view from Monday, March 27th through Saturday, April 29th.
Another Frieze descended upon Los Angeles last week (February 16th to 19th), creating a citywide art frenzy with multiple concurrent art fairs, gallery openings, museum exhibitions, and special events.
Fourth Annual ‘Frieze LA’ Features Exhibitions, Satellite Fairs & Art Events Citywide, Feb. 16-19
Across the city, there will be a full program of exhibitions and events at galleries, museums and other artist-driven spaces, showcasing the many communities which make up LA’s rich art landscape. Here’s a preview of what to expect...
Take a Break with Courtney Chew, Founder of OCIN Eco-Swimwear & Lifestyle Brand
Step into calm, breezy, beachy vibes this weekend (November 26-27) at 'The Break Room' - a unique pop-up organized by Chew, celebrating community and our oceans, taking place at La Bomba Floristry in Chinatown.
During the week, Mariana Rivera is an art and curatorial coordinator for a leading art advisory firm. But on the weekend, she seeks out local emerging artists and organizes pop-up exhibitions alongside an online gallery, known as The Art Shop.
Four Fun Ways to Participate in This Year’s ‘World Collage Day’ Celebrations
Did you know it’s World Collage Day on May 14th? Celebrate with Atelier 8.18 in Mount Pleasant this weekend with the opening of their World Collage Day Exhibition (which remains on view until June 18th) and a BYOC (Bring Your Own Collage) event on May 15th.