Annie Briard | Review of her solo exhibition: Vision Trouble at La Maison des artistes visuels francophones.
Josema Zamorano | Sandokai: Grasping at Things Is Surely Delusion
Chris Carter | X-Files (The Making of Season 10)
Wil Murray: On Invasive Species and Infidelity at the Art Gallery of Alberta (June 27- October 24, 2015)
The Best of 2014: Visual Arts
The Strathcona Billboard Project
Elmira Kuznetsova, "Art not ads for Vancouver billboard," Thunderbird, October 27, 2014.
Kevin Griffin, "Tyler Toews: expressive, raw paintings full of dynamic energy," Vancouver Sun, September 25, 2014
Mark Jakobs, "Exuberant Hues: Ben Skinner Colours Back Gallery Project," VANDOCUMENT, June 24, 2014
Alex Quicho, "The Opening - Ben Skinner: Colouring Outside and Reading Between," Vancouver is Awesome, June 17, 2014
Danielle Krysa, "Ben Skinner," The Jealous Curator, June 13, 2014
The Artsy Forager, "Yada Yada Art: Ben Skinner," June 12, 2014
Adrienne Matei, "Ben Skinner @ Back Gallery," Vitamin Daily, June 10 2014
Kevin Griffin, "Noah Becker: challenging traditional portraits as heroic figures," Vancouver Sun, May 21, 2014
Grady Mitchell, "SEEN IN VANCOUVER #496 | Noah Becker’s Show At East Hastings’ Back Gallery Project," Scout Magazine, May 8, 2014
Diffractions of the Local
Tarah Hogue, "The Refeatured Landscape: Embodied Approaches to the Imaging of the City," Decoy Magazine, September 16, 2014
http://decoymagazine.ca/portfolio-series-2/ (This essay features Sarah Shamash's work, Hastings Glean).
"Mark Jacobs, "Disparate geographies and contemporary art in Vancouver at Back Gallery Project," VANDOCUMENT, November 17, 2013
Susan Lizeth Bernal Clavijo, "Diffractions of the Local “Latinizes” the Vancouver Eastside," FPA 319W, November 20, 2013http://fpa319.wordpress.com/2013/11/30/diffractions-of-the-local-latinizes-the-vancouver-eastside/
Holly Marie Armishaw
Kevin Griffin, "Holly Marie Armishaw: reflective surfaces with conceptual depth," Vancouver Sun, October 23, 2013
Nancy Lathier, "Top 10 best events in Vancouver Oct. 3-10," Vancouver Sun, October 2, 2013
"Vancouver’s first annual city-wide photography festival launches October 1st, 2013. Capture, a not-for-profit festival, is dedicated to celebrating local and international photography and lens-based art. The festival aims to foster emerging talent, encourage active community participation, and initiate public conversation about photography as an art form, as a means of communication, and as a mode of cultural documentation and social reflection."
(Capture Photo Festival)
This fall Back Gallery Project will be participating in the inaugural event, featuring the work of artist/photographer Holly Marie Armishaw.
For more information see Capture Photo Festival.