Exhibitions by Year
Category Archives: 2009-10
TO THE INSTITUTION OF MY FACULTIES is the graduation exhibition of the 2010 BFA/BA visual art students from the Department of Art History, Visual Art and Theory at the University of British Columbia.
March 31, 2010,
Works by foundation studio classes.
The Department of Art History, Visual Art and Theory at the University of British Columbia is pleased to present a selection of art works from the first year studio classes. Encompassing the diverse interests and skills of first year students, this exhibition celebrates the creative and conceptual thinking that comes alive in these classes.
March 12, 2010,
Gallery hours Wednesday to Saturday, 12 to 5pm.
February 10, 2010,
Jamie Hilder is a Vancouver-based artist and critic whose work deals with issues surrounding performance, urbanism, and economics. He is currently completing a doctoral dissertation on the international concrete poetry movement in the Department of English at UBC. He has exhibited and published work locally and internationally, most recently in “Coming Soon,” the inaugural exhibition of Simon Fraser University’s Audain Gallery.
Sights/Sites of Spectacle Exhibition.
Opening reception Friday, January 29th, 5:30 to 8:00 pm. Exhibition runs through February 20th.
The AHVA Koerner Library Gallery presents the work of students from VISA 480 in a two-part exhibition. The class, split in two, proposes thematics to each other and formulates two group exhibitions. Doublethink is the second exhibition running from Wednesday December 2 to Saturday December 5, 2009.
November 24, 2009,
Opening Reception: Tuesday November 24, 4-7pm
Exhibition runs November 24-28, 2009
Hours: Wednesday-Saturday, noon-4pm
The AHVA Koerner Library Gallery presents the work of students from VISA 480 in a two-part exhibition. The class, split in two, proposes thematics to each other and formulates two group exhibitions. Internet Friends Don’t Count is the first group’s response to the challenge.
October 15th to 31st, 2009. Opening Thursday October 15th, 2009 from 4 to 7 pm.
The AHVA Koerner Library Gallery presents Satyagraha, the first Vancouver exhibition of Chinese artist Yang Shu.
The recent turn toward visual culture, materiality, and the “thing” in the humanities is central to issues around artistic praxis and reception. It has become all the more urgent in a world where new and obsolete products stare back at us from a commoditized landscape. How are these issues reflected in contemporary artworks, and how might these works be resisting this logic, shedding light on new kinds of relations with the material world?