Capture Festival Canada Line: Cantonese Tour

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  列治文艺术画廊將為你帶來 Canada Line Public Art Project 的中文讲解。我們約請您們來更深刻了解关于卑诗省艺术家 Karilynn Ming Ho,Marisa Kriangwiwat Holmes,David Semeniuk,和 Ho Tam 的实践和个人作品。 列治文车站中文游览集合地点:Brighouse车站集合时间:4月28日下午3点 参观者将需要支付一个跨区站票价。 旅游与艺术!温哥华入场免费,由于人数位置非常有限,需要提前报名。 RSVP: RSVP@capturephotofest.com  Richmond Art Gallery leads this tour in Cantonese of the Canada Line Public Art Project at Bridgeport, Aberdeen, Lansdowne, and Richmond-Brighouse Canada Line Stations featuring the diverse lens-based … Continue reading

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Mandarin Tour: Canada Line & Art!Vancouver

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Canada Line Art & Art! Vancouver Free Tours in Mandarin 温哥华普通话之旅,加拿大天车线的旅游与艺术博览会! 时间: 4月22日星期天, 3:00 PM 列治文美术馆的工作人员带领您参观并介紹加拿大里士满城市和温哥华海滨站在举办的加拿大天车线普通话艺术博览会。让参观者了解更多关于卑诗省艺术家Karilynn Ming Ho Marisa Kriangwiwat Holmes David Semeniuk  和 Ho Tam. 各位艺术家的艺术个人作品。从里士满Brighouse 站坐车到达温哥华的Waterfront 海滨站后,由温哥华会议中心的温哥华视觉艺术基金会的成员带领参观者直接进入温哥华国际艺术博览会参观!免费入场。 集合地点:Brighouse车站 集合时间:4月22日下午3点 参观者将需要支付一个跨区站票价。 旅游与艺术!温哥华入场免费,由于人数位置非常有限,需要提前报名。 RSVP: https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/43452119459   Richmond Art Gallery leads a tour in Mandarin of the Capture Photography Festival Canada … Continue reading

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Capture Festival Canada Line Tour w/ Shaun Dacey

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As part of the 2018 Capture Photography Festival, Shaun Dacey, Director at Richmond Art Gallery, leads a tour of Canada Line Public Art installations in the City of Richmond and at Waterfront Station in Vancouver. Learn more about the practices and individual works of BC-based artists Karilynn Ming Ho , … Continue reading

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Art At Work: Public Art Workshop

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Free Workshop by Richmond Public Art Program Hosted at Richmond Art Gallery Program Room This workshop will use mock artist calls as the basis for a hands-on session led by Richmond Public Art Program staff. Through group exercises, participants will be provided with guidance and best practices in preparing applications … Continue reading

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What Are Our Supports: Outer Plexus: Stacey Ho

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What Are Our Supports: Outer Plexus Stacey Ho, with sound by Elisa Ferrari April 12 – 14 & April 19 – 21, 12:00 to 4:00 pm Cathedral Square Park (Dunsmuir at Richards Street, Vancouver) Everything has its “that,” everything has its “this.” From the point of view of “that” you cannot … Continue reading

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Annual General Meeting of RAGA

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Followed by a Curatorial Tour of our new exhibitions by Ho Tam and Karilynn Ming Ho Location: Richmond Art Gallery, 7700 Minoru Gate, Richmond, BC  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the annual general meeting of members of the Society will be held at the Richmond Art Gallery, at 7700 Minoru Gate, Richmond, … Continue reading

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Capture Photography Festival at RAG Opening

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Gallery Exhibitions: Karilynn Ming Ho For The Left Hand Alone April 6 – May 27, 2018 Ho Tam Cover to Cover April 6 – May 27, 2018 Offsite Exhibitions: Capture Photography Festival: Canada Line Station Installations Marisa Kriangwiwat Holmes, Karilynn Ming Ho, David Semeniuk, Ho Tam   Richmond Art Gallery … Continue reading

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Cover to Cover

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Acclaimed Canadian artist Ho Tam interrogates the mediated construction of public persona, revealing diverse facets of the self through a selection of photo, video, artist books and magazines spanning his career.  The exhibition deconstructs his recent book works displaying selected pages and images on the gallery walls connecting with earlier … Continue reading

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For The Left Hand Alone

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Vancouver-based artist Karilynn Ming Ho uses the metaphor of phantom limb syndrome to explore themes of fragmented realities in a time when bombardment by digital information leaves many people feeling physically and mentally disconnected and disenchanted with reality. Set to the musical commissions of Paul Wittgenstein (a one-handed pianist), For … Continue reading

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Artist Salon with Darren O’Donnell at Lulu Series

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Mammalian Diving Reflex : Haircuts by Children and Other Evidence for a New Social Contract The April session of the Artist Salon is a partnership with the City of Richmond’s Lulu Series , featuring Darren O’Donnell a filmmaker, performance director and the Artistic and Founding Director of Mammalian Diving Reflex. O’Donnell believes … Continue reading

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Richmond Art Gallery on the Canada Line 2018

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Richmond Art Gallery presents five public installations along the Canada Line, in partnership with Richmond Public Art Program, Canada Line and Capture Photography Festival. In the context of No. 3 Road, a transit and commercial hub, artists Marisa Kriangwiwat Holmes, Ho Tam, Karilynn Ming Ho and David Semeniuk have each produced site-specific installations, … Continue reading

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Mirror Flower, Water Moon

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Karilynn Ming Ho’s alluring installation Mirror Flower, Water Moon utilizes deceptive technologies. The work is derived from universal adversarial perturbations (UAPs), textures and algorithmic vectors meant to disarm, confuse, and deceive artificial intelligence. Artificial intelligence (AI) from self-driving cars to robot cashiers is predicated on being intelligent enough to identify, … Continue reading

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Soon

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Richmond-based artist Marisa K. Holmes is interested in the culturally inherited power structures within images and their resulting modes of representation. Her artistic practice attempts to highlight the signs and symbols embedded within media. Working with found images as her referents, Holmes’s practice implicates a public’s subjective reception of signifiers … Continue reading

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Barbershops

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In 2013, Ho Tam initiated a series of self-published artist books, entitled HOTAM, that explores the intersection of the personal and political. Using the magazine format, HOTAM was published until 2017 as a quarterly artist’s journal to explore a wide frame of thematics from queer Asian identity to Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside. Barbershops is a … Continue reading

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Perimeter

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In the spring of 2013, David Semeniuk and Alice Campbell embarked upon a series of long walks, tracing the boundaries of the contemporary City of Vancouver. The photographs of Perimeter document a process that shares a methodology with Aristotle’s Peripatetic school, the informal Athenian institution where members conducted philosophical and scientific inquiries … Continue reading

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Guys at the Fair

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Beginning in 2013, acclaimed Canadian artist Ho Tam initiated a series of self-published artist books entitled Poser (2013–16). Using the magazine format, Poser is a book series of snapshots taken in public at specific locations. Each issue focuses on a site and a grouping of people found there. Using a simple snap-and-shoot camera, Tam will approach … Continue reading

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