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Allison White

Allison White co-publishes, and is editor for Latent Image, a Vancouver based magazine focusing on photography and writing. She works in heritage as a museum curator, while doing freelance photography in her spare time.

Inaugural Vancouver Photo Book Fair launches April 21–23

The event is built around a book fair at Western Front, where audiences can talk one-on-one with artists and publishers while browsing their work.

Art Review: The Ghosts We Know

Over the last year and a half, the Untitled Art Space in Chinatown has become the go-to spot for showcasing the versatility of Vancouver’s art scene. That continued this week when the space featured...
Wondrous photo exhibit by Andrew S. Wright

Wondrous: large scale photos celebrate the 'Great Bear' at Science World

The Great Bear Rainforest is the name coined by environmental groups in the mid-1990s to refer to a remote region of temperate rain forest on the British Columbia coast between Vancouver Island...

'Eat Your Veggies' explores the natural world at Studio 126

Currently on display at Studio 126 in Vancouver’s Chinatown is a group exhibition exploring the world of vegetables in a variety of mediums; photography, watercolour, textiles, poetry, illustrations...

Capture Photography Fest builds on Vancouver history with Hot Properties and more

100 free exhibitions and 50 participating galleries across the city

ADSR Book One, a book for discovering new music on your smartphone

Snowday is one of 14 electronic artists featured in ADSR Book One.

GAZE at Ayden Gallery confronts the male-dominated culture of visual arts

Yellow Wallpaper by Pandora Young in GAZE at Ayden Gallery in International Village

Hour of the Untitled chimes for Vancouver's art scene

Collaboration and hard work are key for the survival of a humble art space in Chinatown.

"Time Passages" photo exhibit captures dream-like beauty of mundane landscapes

Every city has a different vibration.  From the pulse of the streets, to the reflection of its architecture against the sky, there is a definite energy that often goes unnoticed to those of us...