Photographs by Barry Peterson & Blaise Enright
111 West Coast Literary Portraits by Barry Peterson and Blaise Enright features rare portraits of emerging, midcareer and well-known writers who have lived in B. C., accompanied by excerpts of their writing. In 1997 Barry Peterson and Blaise Enright became obsessively curious ... Read more
From July 7th to August 6th, 2015, we walked 700 kilometres, from Pennsylvania to Ontario. A stranger asked if we were walking to learn how to work and be together. This was certainly part of it.
In July 2015, Erin Brubacher and Christine Brubaker, two politically left, secular, ... Read more
A Love Letter to Africville is a dazzling compilation of personal stories and photos from former residents of Africville. Much has been written about the struggles of the Africville community, who have been hurt, discriminated against and dispossessed for so long — but Africville ... Read more
By William McElligott
Edited by Lyette Fortin
Foreword by Adrienne Clarkson
A stunning visual exploration of Canada’s most recognized building accompanied by a comprehensive study of its history, in a coffee-table worthy volume.
The Centre Block, the iconic parliament building that has come to be Canada’s foremost representation, was closed in ... Read more
By (photographer) Gabor Gasztonyi
Introduction by Harold Rhenisch & Gabor Mate
'A Room in the City' is a self-revelatory journey into a world of darkness and light, a place of blatant lies and transcendent truths. Photographer Gabor Gasztonyi presents a Vancouver with deep roots in an otherwise forgotten past, and an East End populated by people seeking ... Read more
Edited by Sophie Hackett, Andrea Kunard, and Urs Stahel
Winner, Canadian Museum Association Award for Research in Art
A controversial idea currently under vigorous and passionate international debate that would recognize the "human signature" on the planet.
Anthropocene is the latest book by Edward Burtynsky, Jennifer Baichwal, and ... Read more
A one-of-a-kind collection and some never-before-seen photographs from the official photographer of the wild and unforgettable WHA
On October 12, 1972, legendary Boston sports photographer, Steve Babineau, was in attendance for the debut of the New England Whalers. They were ... Read more
By Paul 107
Are you game? For owners of dogs classified as bully breeds, it’s a loaded question, one that conjures up scenes of aggression: canines ?pitted” against one another. A complex reputation ?and history? precedes Staffordshire bull terriers, Amstaffs, bulldogs, and American ... Read more
By SD Holman
Butch: Not Like the Other Girls is a photographic exploration of the liminal spaces occupied by female masculinity in contemporary communities. Its first incarnation exhibited as a public art project in transit shelters around Vancouver in March-April 2013, with a simultaneous ... Read more