Spectra 2 & Spectra 1

by Cayden Johnson

Gallery 44 Centre for Contemporary Photography present two upcoming group shows featuring distinct artists whose work encourages a stretching of perception and empathy.

Photography is Hard at Daniel Faria Gallery

by Mikael Sandblom

As varied as the practices of these artists are, one thing they have in common is that their work tells the story of its making. We don’t just see the finished pieces, but also perceive the presence of the artist.

A Temple Most August at Clint Roenisch

by Emese Krunák-Hajagos

The artists tell stories about ecological or social disfunctions and their dreams about a better, more caring future. They share their joy of nature and the peace of meditation.

Beyond Monet

by Bronwen Cox

This dazzling exhibition showcases hundreds of works by Monet in animated sequences of paintings and engaging music and sound effects

FIRE AND DUST at United Contemporary

by Emese Krunák-Hajagos

Arcuri’s and Van Der Hout’s work resonate with our state of mind—depression, repression and confusion—wonderfully well. Their photographs engage our minds and shake us to the core – and will stay with us for a long time.