- March 14, 1989 to March 25, 1989
"My interest in history has lately shifted from methods of historiography towards notions of memory. The more personal aspects of history- the language of signs, smells and so on that we develop to commit our histories to memory- informs this new work...Written language reduces the physical to the pictorial...an indecipherable explanation is not always incomprehensible."
By Stephen Andrews
artist | 2 ProgramsArtists Stephen Andrews
- January 19, 1988 to January 30, 1988
Queen Street in Toronoto has quickly become an important district for visual art in that city. Many of the artist run centres are on Queen or just off it and important, younger commercial galleries are springing up and taking chances on younger artistis and tougher work. It is important for Vancouver artists and audience to see this work. The exhibition consists of seven Toronto painters and shows a range of work being produced.
By Andy Fabo, Ben Walmsley, Julie Voyce, Lisa Neighbour, Michael Merrill, Stephen Andrews, Steven Graham