Originally an installation and film, EDM House was commissioned by Fogo Island Arts and completed during a 2013 residency there. The film version of the work presents a cabin in the snow-covered, mountainous woods of northern BC, covered in strings of coloured lights that pulsate and flicker in rhythm with an EDM soundtrack composed by Schmidt. Like past works Fog (2004), Burning Bush (2005), Wild Signals (2007), and especially Long Beach Led Zep (2002), EDM House demonstrates Schmidt’s unique ability to balance his interest in the sublime with a sly sense of humour.MORE
Negative Space (STScI-PRC2012-26f), 2015
Archival inkjet print
Edition of 20, signed.
The print is available mounted or unmounted, if shipping is requested we will contact you to specify whether you prefer it mailed mounted or unmounted.
This limited edition print was produced to coincide with the exhibition Mungo Thomson: Time, People, Money, Crickets at the Contemporary Art Gallery, Vancouver July 10 to August 30, 2015.MORE
Artistic and literary works are the starting point for Romanian artist Mureşan who appropriates them in a reflective project that intersects with the recent history of Romania and other Eastern European countries and more generally ponders the realities of the contemporary world often with an understated, wry humour. These negatives were taken from his remake/ homage of Yves Klein’s Saut dans le vides (1960) where the artist lays flat in melancholy rather than seen optimistically mid-air.
One of the most significant artists of his generation, solo exhibitions include Recycled Playground, Contemporary Art Gallery, Vancouver; the Centre d’Art Contemporain, Geneva and FRAC Champagne-Ardenne, Reims; Ciprian Mureşan and Tomáš Svoboda, Futura Centre for Contemporary Art, Prague Ciprian Mureşan, the Neuer Berliner Kunstverein, Berlin.MORE
This special edition glazed ceramic ashtray is reminiscent of Damian Moppett’s Stabiles A, B, C and C Raw, four steel sculptures first shown as part of The Visible Work, the artist’s solo exhibition held at the Contemporary Art Gallery from March 18 to April 23, 2005. The exhibition The Visible Work was also accompanied by a publication with the same name.MORE
Feelings, a limited edition porcelain sculpture made by Elisabeth Zvonar, was published by the Contemporary Art Gallery for It`s What You Do With It That Counts , the 22nd Gala Dinner and Art Auction held on November 6, 2010.MORE
This printed vinyl wall transfer decal by Neil Campbell was published by the Contemporary Art Gallery for Rapt, the 19th Annual Gala Dinner and Art Auction, 2007. In 2004 the Contemporary Art Gallery also published the catalouge Supernatural: Neil Campbell & Baeu Dick that accompanied the exhibition with the same name, curated by Roy Arden and held at the Contemporary Art Gallery from March 12 to April 25, 2004.MORE
To mark the end of Kelly Richardson’s 15 year survey exhibition ‘Legion’ with its final installment this summer at the Contemporary Art Gallery Vancouver (July 11-Sept 7, 2014), a series of new limited edition prints have been produced and are now on offer.
The Erudition (IV & V) are brand new prints adding to the existing large scale video installation and C-prints. As an edition of 100, they can be purchased either singly or as a pair. Editions 1-20 will be sold only as a pair.
Kelly Richardson – The Erudition (IV & V), 2010
C-prints, edition of 100.
For sale as a set of two for $450 or sold individually for $250 each. To order please email firstname.lastname@example.org, thank you.
These prints are ordered from the artist with an additional shipping cost of $20, shipping from the UK.MORE
This offset print on optigloss is name stamped and numbered by the artist. Edition of 100.
Kay Rosen makes use of words and their font in order to explore the ways in which knowledge is structured by language. She is interested in how language can evoke thought on its own by treating each letter as a body part. In this way, Kay Rosen is less concerned with neither explicit political messages nor the intrusion of the artist’s voice so as to allow the letters themselves to subvert verbal systems of power. The six conceptual and formal strategies employed by the artist include colour, sound, anti-grammar, letters, systems and patterns, and graphics. The Contemporary Art Gallery Vancouver held a Kay Rosen exhibition between June 28th and November 3rd, 2013. This particular edition allows viewers to encounter language and type as both something to be read and something to be seen.
Love Letter, 1/20/2009, commemorates the inauguration of Barack Obama as president of the United States on January 20, 2009. Love Letter continues a theme formerly used in the Klosterfelde edition O (1999), whose nine titles range from “Open” to “Halo,” in which O functions as a visual object as well as a letter. The edition Stilllife with Blue Table (Earthquake) (2007) slyly contains an O which behaves as an orange and a letter. As letters and symbols, the O’s and X’s in Love Letter are semi-abstract and universal, transcending language’s meaning and syntax. They may be considered ciphers or stand-ins for other things. For example, the O’s might represent Obama, with the X’s the alternative that is rejected. X’s and O’s might represent hugs and kisses, an affectionate way of signing off a letter. Just as a previous generation was designated X, the current state of mind is resoundingly O. The beauty of these letters is their ability to transform themselves, making many interpretations possible.
KAY ROSEN WOULD LIKE TO QUALIFY HER EDITION “LOVE LETTER, 1/20/2009 ” TO PRESIDENT OBAMA. WHILE PRESIDENT OBAMA HAS DONE SOME GOOD THINGS, HE HAS FALLEN FAR SHORT OF BEING THE TRANSFORMATIVE PRESIDENT THAT HIS CAMPAIGN RHETORIC PROMISED. INSTEAD HE HAS SHOWN THAT HE IS SIMPLY A TALENTED POLITICIAN.MORE
Headlines And Last Lines In The Movies was published on the occasion of an installation within the exhibition of the same name by Stefan Brüggemann presented at the Yvon Lambert Gallery, New York from February 27th to April 10th, 2010. The publication contains an introduction by Enrique Giner de los Ríos and the essay Beginning Of Writing by Glenn O’Brian. Each copy of this edition – limited to 500 – is numbered and signed by the artist.MORE
Designed by Åbäke, a limited edition game with a box of 96 colour cards, edition of 146.
Display all the cards face down on a table.
Players take it in turn to flip over two cards at a time until a pairing is found and agreed. Remove the pairs and continue until the table is empty.
Co-published by Dente-De-Leone, UK and Motive Gallery, Brussels.MORE
This limited edition print was produced on the occasion of James Welling: The Mind on Fire, at the Contemporary Art Gallery, November 15, 2013 to January 12, 2014.
2 29 II, 1980
Inkjet Print (Epson 3880 on Museo Silver Rag paper)
Edition of 62 with 12 APs
This limited edition print was produced to coincide with the exhibitions Aurorae at the Contemporary Art Gallery, Vancouver and Via Lactea (above Glacier Lake) at Yaletown-Roundhouse Station, Vancouver, February 3 to July 1, 2012.Archival inkjet print, limited edition of 15.
In Via Lactea (above Glacier Lake) Massey deftly combines 171 narrow-field photographs of the night sky on the same strip of film, achieved by making minor adjustments to camera angle over a lengthy period of time. Even though the image is artificially constructed, the luminous pattern of the starry nighttime sky retains its convincingly poetic expanse while throwing into question the veracity of the photographic image. Its blueness is much closer to that of a daytime sky.MORE
This set of etchings was published by the Contemporary Art Gallery in 1992, and was conceived in relation to Five Interior Design Proposals for The Grimm Brothers’ Studies in Berlin (1992), the project Graham exhibited at Documenta in Kassel, Germany. The images are variations on the studies occupied by the Brothers Grimm in the 1860s in Berlin, based on period watercolours. Limited edition of 75.MORE
This limited edition woodblock print is printed on a hand press by Iain Bain from the original Thomas Bewick woodblocks of the three subjects, the Bulldog was engraved for the 1790 edition of the Quadrupeds; the Lesser Redpole, and the tail-piece of the man relieving himself beside a fragment of ruined wall were made for the first 1797 volume of the British Birds.
Three engravings by Thomas Bewick, Woodblock print, Edition of 75, (2009), sold in a hinged mount, unframed.MORE
This limited edition print was produced to coincide with the exhibition by Robert Orchardson Endless façade at the CAG in 2011.
Study for Endless façade
Limited Edition Giclée print – Edition of 50
13 x 18.5 inches – unframed
Released in conjunction with Hans Peter Feldmann’s first Canadian solo exhibition, Birgit is a new limited edition bookwork by Feldmann. The publication is comprised of 72 successive colour snapshots of a woman applying her make-up from beginning to end; the book is accompanied by a comprehensive text by the exhibition’s curator, Roy Arden.MORE
In collaboration with Vancouver’s Trapp Editions, the Contemporary Art Gallery published an artist’s bookwork by Isabelle Pauwels. Unfurnished Apartment for Rent details, in seven short screenplays, the interaction between a series of fictitious apartment dwellers. Forced through financial constraints to assemble furniture from the walls of their individual accommodations, these renters sacrifice more and more privacy as they cannibalize their dwellings for creature comforts. Pauwel’s bookwork was displayed in an installation designed by the artist in an exhibition at the Contemporary Art Gallery. Illustrations by Aaron Carpenter and Tyler Brett.
Produced and Edited by Trapp Editions, Vancouver. Published by The Contemporary Art Gallery, Vancouver. Edition of 500 selfcover copies. Edition of 50 cloth bound, hardcover, numbered and signed by the artist.MORE