Angst Gallery 10 Year Anniversary Celebration

August 25th, 3-6 PM @ Angst Gallery

Thank you to Scott Hewett for the Article –  Delight in a decade of Angst Gallery

Since its opening in 2008, Angst Gallery has hosted solo and group shows featuring more than 300 local and national artists and cultural events including art shows, musical performances, book launch parties, art talks, classes, workshops, and the monthly Ghost Town Poetry Open Mic. Every January we exhibit a Celebration of the Male Form. We also put out open calls for special shows such as the Door Show, The Chair Show, Petals, Myth-o-Logical, and Family Corvidae. We have partnered with local arts organizations including Dengerink Art Supply, Printed Matter Vancouver, Inner Light, Southwest Washington Watercolor Society, and Art at the Cave. Angst Gallery has also participated in downtown mainstays such as Art in the Heart, Cruise the ‘Couve, and Sip and Stroll.

More than just a place to show art, Angst Gallery is also a safe space for community discussion, where all people are respected for who they are. We donate the use of the space to organizations that work for human rights and progressive social change.

Join us as we raise a glass to all of the artists who have contributed to making Angst Gallery a vital location for arts and culture in the Vancouver Arts District.

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Rachel Wolf: Suspended Resonance

Rachel Wolf: Suspended Resonance March 2-24

First Friday Opening Reception
March 2 5-9pm

Show: March 2-24

Artist Statement
One of the unique properties of silhouettes is their capacity to capture shadows, holding onto to them through the tracings photography and other media make. Historically, this has given silhouettes the ability to span time—to fuse together the past and present—in a similar manner as photography. Both have the ability to seize what is ephemeral, an absence that is a presence.

Suspended Resonance is a collection of photogram portraits. Photograms, a camera-less process of working directly on photographic paper with light and chemicals, make visible what is invisible. These often invisible primary photographic elements become coupled with fleeting and immaterial shadows in the tangible photograph itself.

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