To Be From The Same Tree (Exhibition)MASSY ARTS SOCIETY 229 East Georgia Street., Vancouver, BC
We are pleased to launch Rydel Cerezo's solo-exhibition 𝘛𝘰 𝘉𝘦 𝘍𝘳𝘰𝘮 𝘛𝘩𝘦 𝘚𝘢𝘮𝘦 𝘛𝘳𝘦𝘦 at the @massybooks art gallery as part of Capture Photography Festival. Curated by Angie Rico.
Shoe Reviews Online And Other Replacement Works (Exhibition)MASSY ARTS SOCIETY 23 East Pender Street, Vancouver, BC
A solo exhibition of works by Marc Bell.
Jocelyne Junker: The Artist Beheads Her Muse (Exhibition)Massy Books 229 East Georgia, Vancouver, British Columbia
Jocelyne Junker's practice explores how photography can become entangled in performative gestures that affect the formulation and construction self identity.
John Velten: The Gravitation That Forms Us (Exhibition)Massy Books 229 East Georgia, Vancouver, British Columbia
John Velten’s artistic practice is a relational philosophy made material. Deeply invested in understanding selfhood from a continual, circular, set of emergent relationships, Velten prompts visitors to ask themselves: what connections have been crucially important to me?
jaz whitford: next of kin to the mischief wind
next of kin to the mischief wind is a series of work that embodies artist my experience living as a chronically ill, two-spirit indigenous person who has been displaced from their ancestral territories through ongoing colonization.
Nicholas Tay: Amateur CartographyMassy Books 229 East Georgia, Vancouver, British Columbia
"It starts with my mother’s hands. Her delicate skin, lined and creased, as she tenderly traces the plump cheek of my youngest son. Her lines, folding into rivers, creasing into ravines, dotting out into borders. The snowy smoothness of my son’s cheek, undulating and open to promise."
Visions of Restitution: Ashley Grenstone, Tiana Vincent, and Daystar Woman
Three artists from distinct nations come together, their calls for restitution taking shape through image, dream, and language.
Aaniya Asrani: Temporary Resident
The tongue of my ancestors is Sindhi, I can’t learn it anymore. My mother tongue is Hindi, I can’t write it very well. My father tongue is Kannada, I can’t read it at all. My tongue is the colonizers, I can’t cut it off. Aaniya Asrani July 12 - August 29, 2021 in the …
Exhibition | Hana Amani and Dariush Alexander: PredictionsMassy Books 229 East Georgia, Vancouver, British Columbia
This fall, Massy Arts is pleased to be hosting and exhibition by Hana Amani and Dariush Alexander.
Exhibition | Kimberly Ho 何文蔚 – tou saang zhu 土生豬
We are honoured to host Kimberly Ho 何文蔚 as our inaugural window artist at our new location at 23 East Pender.
Closing Reception | Predictions – Hana Amani and Dariush AlexanderMASSY ARTS SOCIETY 23 East Pender Street, Vancouver, BC
Join artists Hana Amani & Dariush Alexander for a closing reception. Meet the artists and purchase prints. At this intimate closing reception, the artists will share more about their first collaborative body of work, Predictions. Featuring copper plate intaglio prints and an accompanying creative text, Predictions explores divination strategies which draw upon cultural and personal …
Gallery Exhibition / Colour Theory: An Anti-Racism Art Exhibit
“Colour Theory: An Anti-Racist Art Exhibit” is a travelling visual arts exhibit curated by Angelique Bulosan. Developed out of a series of facilitated discussions that explore experiences around racism, it showcases visual art and storytelling pieces that are shared with the general public to spark dialogues around racism.