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June 2014

DR. SOANES’ ODDITORIUM OF WONDERS /
University of Lethbridge Art Gallery
THE SPACES BETWEEN /
Morris and Helen Belkin Art Gallery
FRAGILE FORTRESS /
Bellevue Arts Museum
WITHOUT MASKS /
Museum of Anthropology
MYFANWY MACLEOD /
Vancouver Art Gallery
FALLING FROM GRACE/
Maple Ridge Art Gallery
SORRY, I'M NOT SORRY/
Unit/Pitt
ANN KIPLING/
Kelowna Art Gallery
KATINKA BOCK: PAZIFIK/
Henry Art Gallery
RICHARD C. ELLIOTT/
Hallie Ford Museum of Art

April 2014

KEITH ACHEPOHL /
Hallie Ford Museum
MIRO: THE EXPERIENCE OF SEEING /
Seattle Art Museum
THE MARVELLOUS REAL /
Museum of Anthropology
MUNTADAS: ENTRE/BETWEEN /
Vancouver Art Gallery
ERIN SHIRREFF /
Contemporary Art Gallery

February 2014

CHARLES EDENSHAW /
Vancouver Art Gallery
ANOTHER HAPPY DAY /
Presentation House
MEL YAP: THEORIES & PROBLEMS /
Kimoto Gallery
FRANZ VON STUCK /
Frye Art Museum
VANISHING ICE /
Whatcom Museum

November 2013

LANCE AUSTIN OLSEN /
Polychrome
KEITH LANGERGRABER /
Kelowna Art Gallery
JAMIE ISENSTEIN /
Douglas F. Cooley Memorial Gallery
LORI NIX: THE CITY /
G. Gibson Gallery
CREATING THE NEW NORTHWEST /
Tacoma Art Museum
KIMSOOJA /
Vancouver Art Gallery
INDIAN CANDY /
Winsor Gallery
ISABELLE PAUWELS /
Presentation House
NET-ETH / multiple venues
ANDREW GRASSIE /
Rennie Collection

September 2013

MAIN STREET /
Gallery Jones
EMILY CARR /
Vancouver Art Gallery
BRATSA BONIFACHO /
Bau-Xi Gallery, Foster White Gallery
BREATH OF HEAVEN / Hallie Ford Museum of Art
BEYOND BOOKS / Tacoma Art Museum

June 2013

BODY BEAUTIFUL / Portland Art Museum
OUT [O] FASHION /
Henry Art Gallery
STATE OF MIND /
Belkin Art Gallery
GRAND HOTEL / Vancouver Art Gallery
LANDON MACKENZIE / Esker Foundation

April 2013

DAMIAN MOPPETT / Charles H. Scott Gallery
THE NEWS FROM HERE / Art Gallery of Alberta
KOSHASHIN / Art Gallery
of Greater Victoria
WE TELL OURSELVES STORIES / Museum of Contemporary Craft
FECHIN / Frye Art Museum

February 2013

ELLES@CENTREPOMPIDOU / Seattle Art Museum
IAN WALLACE / Vancouver Art Gallery
STRIDE GALLERY
CATALOGUE 2011-2012 / Stride Gallery
MANUEL IZQUIERDO / Hallie Ford Museum
ESTHER SHALEV-GERZ /
Belkin Art Gallery

November 2012

SELWYN PULLAN / West Vancouver Museum
TRAFFIC /Vancouver
Art Gallery
LUMINESCENCE SILVER / MOA at UBC
“IRREGARDLESS” / Bill Reid Gallery
ALPINE ANATOMY / Burnaby Art Gallery
GORDON SMITH / Equinox Gallery
FOOL'S GOLD / Contemporary Art
Gallery
JOSEPH PLASKETT / Winchester Galleries
LIKE A VALENTINE /
Henry Art Gallery
BETTY FEVES / Museum
of Contemporary Craft

June 2012

OKANAGAN PRINT TRIENNIAL 2012 / Kelowna Art Gallery
THAT WHICH MAKES US HAIDA / Bill Reid Gallery
DAVID ALEXANDER / Kelowna Art Gallery
MATTHEW MONAHAN / Contemporary Art Gallery
LYLE WILSON / Maple Ridge Art Gallery
MARY LEE HU / Bellevue Art Museum
ANCESTRAL MODERN / Seattle Art Museum

April 2012

DOUG CRANMER / Museum of Anthropology
REARVIEW MIRROR / Art Gallery of Alberta
GAUGUIN POLYNESIA / Seattle Art Museum
THOMAS WOOD / Lisa Harris Gallery
10TH NORTHWEST BIENNIAL / Tacoma Art Museum

February 2012

FOLK TREASURES OF MEXICO / Tacoma Art Museum
FRED HERZOG / Independent
LUIS CAMNITZER / Belkin Art Gallery
ISAAC LAYMAN / Frye Art Museum
KARLHEINZ WEINBERGER / Presentation House Gallery

November 2011

TIBET: CULTURE ON THE EDGE / Diane Farris Gallery
LESLIE DILL / Whatcom Museum
THROWN / Morris and Helen Belkin Gallery
GABRIEL VON MAX / Frye Art Museum
ROBERT YOUNG / Evergreen Cultural Centre

September 2011

ELSPETH PRATT / Charles H. Scott Gallery
A BRUSH WITH WAR / Art Gallery of Greater Victoria
THE SURREALIST REVOLUTION IN ART / Vancouver Art Gallery
VIRNA HAFFER / Tacoma Art Museum
ELIZABETH COLBORNE / Whatcom Museum

June 2011

NICK CAVE / Seattle Art Museum
JOAN BALZAR / Simon Fraser University Gallery
AN INVITATION TO INFILTRATION / Contemporary Art Gallery
NORMAN ROCKWELL / Tacoma Art Museum
NEALY BLAU / G. Gibson Gallery

April 2011

SEATTLE CAMERA CLUB / University of Washington Press
JEAM-PAUL RIOPELLE / TrepanierBaer
MAN RAY / Museum of Anthropology
PORTRAIT / Contemporary Art Gallery
HENK PENDER / Hallie Ford Museum of Art

February 2011

ROBERT MICHENER / Ian Tan Gallery
JUDY RAUL / Presentation House Gallery
MUSÉE D'ORSAY MASTERPIECES / Vancouver Art Gallery
BATEMAN / Peninsula Gallery
OUTBREAK / Port Angeles Fine Arts Center

November 2010

STILL LIFE / Contemporary Art Gallery
PICASSO / Seattle Art Museum
PAUL McDEVITT / Artspeak
POLAROIDS / Arsenal Pulp Press
VICTORIA ADAMS / Tacoma Art Museum

September 2010

KEN SHORES / Museum of Contemporary Craft
LAWRENCE PAUL YUXWELUPTUN / Curatorial Projects International
GEORGE FERTIG / Macleod's Books
LISA GRALNICK / Bellevue Arts Museum
TIME WARP / Bill Reid Gallery

June 2010

VISCERAL BODIES / Vancouver Art Gallery
JOICE M. Hall / Kelowna Art Gallery
LEONARDO DA VINCI / Vancouver Art Gallery
FLEETING BEAUTY / Seattle Art Museum
SHOW OF HANDS / Whatcom Museum Store

April 2010

VISIONS OF BRITISH COLUMBIA / Vancouver Art Gallery
MUSEUM OF ANTHROPOLOGY / MOA at UBC
CAROL EVANS / Harbour Publishing
CRITICAL MESSAGES / Western Gallery, Bellingham
TIM ROLLINS & K.O.S. / Frye Museum

February 2010

CHINA DESIGN NOW / Portland Art Museum
JAMIE BENNETT / Bellevue Arts Museum
SCOTT McFARLAND / Vancouver Art Gallery
CONTEMPORARY ART FROM JAPAN / Art Gallery of Greater Victoria
CONTEMPORARY ART OF PAPUA NEW GUINEA / Alcheringa Gallery

November 2009

OUT OF BOUNDS / Whatcom Museum
ROBERT SPERRY / Bellevue Arts Museum Store
ANTHONY HERNANDEZ / Vancouver Art Gallery
LANDSCAPE / Contemporary Art Gallery
RUNNING THE NUMBERS / Winsor Gallery

September 2009

MICHELANGELO PUBLIC AND PRIVATE / Seattle Art Museum
TERRITORY / Presentation House Gallery
PRESTON SINGLETARY / Museum of Glass
CONTINUUM / Bill Reid Gallery of Northwest Coast Art
MERCURIO / Traver Gallery

June 2009

GOLDEN AGE OF DUTCH ART / Vancouver Art Gallery
STEPHEN WADDELL / Contemporary Art Gallery
OTTO DONALD ROGERS / Gallery Jones
TARGET PRACTICE / Seattle Art Museum
La VOLUPTÉ DU GOÛT / Portland Art Museum

April 2009

9TH NORTHWEST BIENNIAL / Tacoma Art Museum
ACTION-CAMERA: BEIJING / Morris and Helen Belkin Gallery
ANNE COLLIER / Presentation House Gallery
ZEBRATO: MICHAEL LEVIN / Jacana/Weiss Galleries
EIRIK JOHNSON / G. Gibson Gallery

February 2009

TO THE DOGS / Presentation House Gallery
CHRISTINE BOURDET / Art Gym at Marylhurst
TORRIE GROENING / Burnaby Art Gallery
DAVID CLAERBOUT / Morris & Helen Belkin Art Gallery
MUNICH SECESSION / Frye Museum

November 2008

DON FELS & SIGNBOARD PAINTERS / Tacoma Art Museum
MANDY GREER / Bellevue Arts Museum
ANN MORRIS / Lisa Harris Gallery
JULIE BLACKMON /
G. Gibson Gallery
DEREK MICHAEL BESANT / Kelowna Art Gallery

September 2008

JOEL PLASKETT / Winchester Galleries
GARY PEARSON / Kamloops Art Gallery
MICHAEL DAILEY / Hallie Ford Museum of Art
TIM LEE / Presentation House Gallery
INSPIRING IMPRESSIONISM / Seattle Art Museum

June 2008

DONKEY@NINJA@WITCH / Contemporary Art Gallery
KRAZY! / Vancouver Art Gallery
GEOFFREY JAMES / TrepanierBaer
THE DANCER / Portland Art Museum
LINO TAGLIAPIETRA / Museum of Glass

April 2008

TRUTH BEAUTY: PICTORIALISM / Vancouver Art Gallery
MONT ST. MICHEL / G. Gibson Gallery
THE DATING PORTFOLIO / SFU Gallery
J.C. HEYWOOD / Burnaby Art Gallery
JOHN FRANKLIN KOENIG / Whatcom Museum

February 2008

MICHAEL BROPHY / Laura Russo Gallery
NEXUS / Kelowna Art Gallery
DONNA BALMA / Art Gallery of Greater Victoria
ROY ARDEN / Vancouver Art Gallery
ROMAN ART / Seattle Art Museum

November 2007

CHRISTINE DAVIS / Presentation House Gallery
DOUG BIDEN / Burnaby Art Gallery
JOE FAFARD / Douglas Udell Gallery
GEORGE JOHANSON / Hallie Ford Museum of Art
DING Q, LÊ / Bellevue Arts Museum

September 2007

REMBRANDT AND THE GOLDEN AGE OF DUTCH ART / Portland Art Museum
WIM BLOM: PAINTINGS 2004 / Ian Tan Gallery
GEORGIA O'KEEFE / Vancouver Art Gallery
MARIANNA SCHMIDT / Evergreen Cultural Centre
8TH NORTHWEST BIENNIAL EXHIBITION / Tacoma Art Museum

June 2007

VANCOUVER ART & ECONOMIES / Arsenal Pulp Press
ANXIOUS OBJECTS: WILLIE COLE / Frye Art Museum
HOUSE OF ORACLES: HUANG YONG PIN / Vancouver Art Gallery
KINDERTOTENTANZ / David Haughton
ROAD RUNNER / Kelowna Art Gallery

April 2007

FRED HERZOG / Vancouver Art Gallery
JOHN DIVOLA / G. Gibson Gallery
TOTEMS TO TURQUOISE / Vancouver Museum
SHERRY KARVER / Lisa Harris Gallery
BARBARA McGILL BALFOUR / Richmond Art Gallery

February 2007

NEW LEIPZIG PAINTINGS / Frye Art Museum
JAPANESE ZEN PAINTINGS / Art Gallery of Greater Victoria
PAINT: A PSYCHEDELIC PRIMER / Vancouver Art Gallery
THE DECOR PROJECT / Western Front Gallery
DALE CHIHULY / Diane Farris Gallery

November 2006

VIK MUNIZ / Seattle Asian Art Museum
FRANK BOYDEN / Hallie Ford Museum
Buschlen Mowat Gallery
ARTHUR ERICKSON / Vancouver Art Galler
SHIWAN CERAMIC SCULPTURE / Art Gallery of Greater Victoria

September 2006

SIGRID SANDSTRÖM / Frye Museum
T:BA:06 / Portland Art Institute
RAVEN TRAVELLING / Vancouver Art Gallery
HANS-PETER FELDMANN / Contemporary Art Gallery
GUNILLA JOSEPHSON / Southern Alberta Art Gallery

June 2006

UNFINISHED BUSINESS / Presentation House Gallery
LANDMARKS / Kelowna Art Gallery
THE ARID EDGE OF EARTH / Diane Farris Gallery
CHINA TRADE / Centre A
BILL JACOBSON: PHOTOGRAPHY / G. Gibson Gallery

April 2006

BOBBY BURGERS / Foster White Gallery
ENN ERISALU / Atelier Gallery
EVAN LEE / Presentation House Gallery
BRIAN JUNGEN / Vancouver Art Gallery
CHINESE CALLIGRAPHY PAINTING / Seattle Asian Art Museum

February 2006

MANAWA: PACIFIC HEARTBEAT / Spirit Wrestler Gallery
THE POETICS OF WEST COAST MODERNISM IN WEST VANCOUVER / Ferry Building
THE RICHMOND ART GALLERY: 25 YEARS / Richmond Art Gallery
LOOKING FORWARD, GLANCING BACK / Bellevue Arts Museum
THE ORCHID PAVILION GATHERING / Seattle Art Museum
A BRUSH WITH LIFE / Diane Farris Gallery

November 2005

STEPHEN SHORE / Presentation Housse Gallery
FRANK OKADA / Museum of Northwest Art
EVEN DIENER / Evergreen Cultural Centre
TAKAO TANABE / Vancouver Art Gallery
GELAM NGUZU KAZI / Alcheringa Gallery

September 2005

CHARLES E. HEANEY / Hallie Ford Museum of Art
VESSA PERUNOVICH / Bjornson Kajiwara Gallery
PEOPLE OF THE RIVER / Portland Art Museum
GENERAL IDEA / Art Gallery of Greater Victoria
JIM BREUKELMAN / State Gallery

June 2005

MICHAEL BROPHY / Hallie Ford Museum of Art
CAPE DORSET SCULPTURE / Spirit Wrestler Gallery
WAKING DREAMS / Portland Art Museum
RODNEY GRAHAM / Vancouver Art Gallery
AKBAR NAZEMI / Presentation House Gallery

April 2005

VIETNAM NOW / Billy King Showroom
JOSEPH PARK / Frye Art Museum
THE BOW / Glenbow Museum
CLAUDIA BECK
& ANDREW GRUFT / Vancouver Art Gallery
CHILDE HASSAM / Portland Art Museum

February 2005

DOUGLAS CURRAN / Presentation House Gallery
AMELIA ALCOCK-WHITE / Simon Patrich Gallery
SPHERE / Presentation Gallery
BEAUTY QUEENS / Art Gallery of Greater Victoria
COINCIDENT / Artspeak

November 2004

ATSUKO TANAKA / Morris and Henry Belkin Art Gallery
MASSIVE CHANGE / Vancouver Art Gallery
H.G. COX / Presentation House Gallery
FRED STRICKLAND / Moose Jaw Museum and Art Gallery
ALLUVION / Campbell River & District Public Art Gallery

September 2004

ALLYSON CLAY / Walter Phillips Gallery
BONIFACHO / Bau-Xi
ROBERT DAVIDSON / Museum of Anthropology
RAU COLLECTION / Portland Art Museum
T:BA:04 / Portland Institute for Contemporary Art

June 2004

OPEN SPACES / Buschlen Mowat Galleries
THINKING TEXTILE / Richmond Art Gallery
THE FIFTH ELEMENT / AION Art Gallery
ALFRED CURRIER: IMPASTO / University of Washington
LANDSCAPE & MEMORY: SIX OKANAGAN ARTISTS / The Art Ark Gallery
THE FABERGÉ MENAGERIE / Portland Art Museum
WILLIAM ALLISTER & DONNA BASPALY / Kurbatoff Gallery

February 2004

BAJA TO VANCOUVER / Vancouver Art Gallery
JOHN COLE / Lisa Harris Gallery
HOT CLAY / Surrey Art Gallery
VISION AND FORM: INUIT ART / Marion Scott Gallery
KOREAN CONTEMPORARY ART / Cascata Gallery

November 2003

KIWI SPIRIT CONNECTIONS / Spirit Wrestler Gallery
SAM COLLECTS: CONTEMPORARY ART PROJECT / Seattle Art Museum
GORDON SMITH / Equinox Gallery
FREQUENT STOPS: JACK JEFFREY / ArtSpeak Gallery
CONSCIOUSNESS: SHYH-CHARNG LO / Art Beatus Gallery

September 2003

PLOT / Contemporary Art Gallery, Vancouver
SLIPPAGE / Art Gallery of Greater Victoria
GROUP OF SEVEN IN WESTERN CANADA / Glenbow Museum, Calgary
FOR THE RECORD: DRAWING CONTEMPORARY LIFE / Vancouver Art Gallery
WHAT'S WRONG? WHAT'S RIGHT: AGAINST CENSORSHIP / Arsenal Press

April 2003

MALCOLM CURTIS ROSS / Waterworks Gallery, San Juan, WA
STEPHEN ANDREWS: LIKENESS / Helen Belkin Gallery, Vancouver
UNFINISHED BUSINESS: Vancouver Street Photographs / Presentation House Gallery, North Vancouver
STAN DOUGLAS / Contemporary Art Gallery, Vancouver

September 2002

ELSPETH PRATT | LISA ROBERTSON / Artspeak, Vancouver
ALL AMAZED: FOR ROY KIYOOKA / Morris & Helen Belkin Gallery, Vancouver
RENEE VAN HELM / Contemporary Art Gallery
CLAYTON JAMES / Museum of Northwest Art, La Conner, WA
VICKEY MARSHALL / Art Gallery at Evergreen Cultural Centre, Coquitlam, BC

June 2002

KEVIN RODGERS | DEREK SULLIVAN / Artspeak, Vancouver
LINO TAGLIAPETRA / William Traver Gallery, Seattle
RICK BARTOW / Hallie Ford Museum, Salem
ARNI HARALDSSON / Contemporary Art Gallery
MARK SPENCER / Frye Art Museum, Seattle

April 2002

KYOZON / Kamloops Art Gallery
BRIAN JUNGEN / Contemporary Art Gallery
STUFF OF DREAMS / Portland Art Gallery
ARNI HARALDSSON / Contemporary Art Gallery
THE UNCANNY: EXPERIMENTS IN CYBORG CULTURE / Vancouver Art Gallery


 Back  Exhibition Catalogues | February – March 2013

ELLES@CENTREPOMPIDOU is a large and significant volume chronicling the major artistic themes by an international roster of women artists of the last century. Published for the recent Seattle Art Museum presentation of Elles, the book, like the exhibit, is arranged thematically and filled with colour reproductions and scholarly contributions; the catalogue includes many essays reflecting on gender and art, an extensive illustrated timeline, quotes by featured artists and a detailed resource bibliography.

Softcover, 384 pages, $45 USD. Available at Seattle Art Museum Shop, 206-654-3120

IAN WALLACE: AT THE INTERSECTION OF PAINTING AND PHOTOGRAPHY accompanies the Vancouver Art Gallery’s retrospective (on view through February 24) of this internationally admired, Vancouver-based artist. It also stands on its own as the definitive volume devoted to Wallace’s long and influential career. Essays by a number of esteemed artists, art historians and curators cover an array of themes and ideas, from Wallace’s cinematic influences and allusions to his use of the street, the museum and the studio as sites for his idea-driven practice. Wallace’s own writing is also represented, including his reasoning for his characteristic juxtaposition of abstract painting and photographic imagery.

Hardcover, 352 pages, $59.95 CAD. Available at the Vancouver Art Gallery Store, 604-662-4706 or gallerystore@vanartgallery.bc.ca

STRIDE GALLERY CATALOGUE 2011-2012 is the third in a series of such publications, each documenting a year of exhibition programming in Stride’s three spaces. This numbered, limited-edition catalogue, with its title hand-screened across its modest brown cover, is rich with colour photographs, critical texts, exhibition statements and artists’ biographies. Lively, inventive and challenging, ranging across all forms and disciplines, Stride’s shows are well served by this collectible little book.

Softcover, 98 pages, $15 CAD. Available at Stride Gallery or online through the publications section of the website www.stride.ab.ca

MANUEL IZQUIERDO: MYTH, NATURE AND RENEWAL chronicles the life and art of the distinguished Portland sculptor and teacher who helped bring a new level of sophistication to Oregon modernism in the second half of the 20th century. Throughout his 60-year career, Izquierdo created evocative sculptures in steel, wood and stone, as well as exquisite prints and works on paper. Written by Roger Hull, senior faculty curator at the Hallie Ford Museum of Art, the book was published for the current retrospective and includes over 100 images illustrating Izquierdo’s life and work.

Hardover, 136 pages, $34.95 USD. Available from Hallie Ford Museum, 503-370-6855

ESTHER SHALEV-GERZ is the bilingual catalogue to a solo exhibition of work by this internationally acclaimed artist, organized by the Kamloops Art Gallery and now on view at the Morris and Helen Belkin Art Gallery in Vancouver (to April 14). The publication focuses on Shalev-Gerz’s two-channel video installation WHITE-OUT: Between Telling and Listening, featuring the Sami performance artist Asa Simma as she reflects on her life, art, family and cultural identity. It also examines other important solo and collaborative works by the peripatetic, Paris-based artist. With essays by Fanny Soderback, Elizabeth Matheson and Ian Wallace, and transcriptions of Simma’s “telling” of her story.

Hardcover, 96 pages, $30 CAD. Available at the Morris and Helen Belkin Art Gallery, 604-822-2759 or the Kamloops Art Gallery, 250-377-2400

Please note: Prices may be subject to additional charges for postage, handling and taxes.

We encourage galleries and museums to submit catalogues of recent exhibitions for review consideration to Preview, PO Box 549, Station ‘A’, Vancouver, BC, Canada.

Elles@Centre Pompidou
Elles@Centre Pompidou

Ian Wallace: At the Intersection of Painting and Photography
Ian Wallace

Stride Gallery 2011-12
Stride Gallery 2011-12

Manuel Izquierdo: Myth, Nature and Renewal
Manuel Izquierdo

Esther Shalev-Gerz
Esther Shalev-Gerz

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