Capture Public Art 2023: Kvet Nguyen

Kvet Nguyen’s work demonstrates an embodied sense of searching within the self. For her photo series You are allowed to mix apples and pears here, assembles a range of objects – primarily organic – of various sculptural forms and photographs them against backdrops of domestic settings.

Rah Eleh: Atelier Advisor

Atelier Advisor is a fictional web art project that is presented in the format of an Etsy shop. Inspired by Rah’s character work, the shop offers a variety of playful and cheeky gifts. Objects include a magic 8 ball that shares the namesake of the gift shop, along with three glass blown White Tears, Periphery Art book and many others. 


Centre A is bringing back its thematic Holiday Art Market after last year’s inaugural edition. Please note that bidding is only available in the gallery, and it ends on December 15, 2022. Sold artworks can be picked up on December 16 and December 17, 2022,

Ed Pien: Tracing Water

Ed Pien: Tracing Water presents an extensive assembly of work by Toronto-based artist Ed Pien. Ranging from drawing to lithography to photo digital prints and video, the works span over 20 years and explore and incorporate water in these artistic creations.

Vanishing Act 

Vanishing Act is a survey of queer artistic practices from the Global South – South Asia, Africa, the Middle East, and their diasporas, presented in partnership with the 2022 Queer Arts Festival. July 2 – September 1, 2022.

A Light Footprint in the Cosmos

A Light Footprint in the Cosmos is a celebration of research methods and intercultural dialogue elaborated by the Substantial Motion Research Network (SMRN). June 15 – 26, 2022. Extended gallery hours: Friday, June 24, 7:30 – 9 PM; Sunday, June 26, 12 – 6 PM 


In his series GRAFTINGS, Ali Cherri imagines an alternative to the binaries often proposed by nature and culture by using both botanical and medical techniques of grafting. On View at Vancouver’s Broadway-City Hall Skytrain station from April to August 2022.