Since inception in 2008, VAP has curated exhibitions, produced art books and publications, established docent programs, coordinated art related events, created documentation photography, and created video and editorial content for numerous contemporary arts projects. As an artist-run endeavour, VAP2020 will focus on projects with and for emerging and under represented artists.
19 March 2021 Vantage Art Projects released our second online editorial issue including: the virtual exhibition “New Visions" curated by
20 November 2020, Vantage Art Projects released our first online editorial issue including: the virtual exhibition "No End in Sight",
Online viewing spaces for virtual exhibitions replicating gallery environments for 2d and some 3d artworks. Our VAP2020 curatorial program will
VAPor is an experimental, online viewing space for curated screen-based, time-based, and new media artworks. Launching in 2020.
Documentation of studio visit with Vancouver-based artist Lyse Lemieux for the Contemporary Art Society of Vancouver (2018).
Documentation of studio visit with Vancouver-based photo-conceptual artist, Ian Wallace for the Contemporary Art Society of Vancouver (2018).
Vantage Art Projects, co-produced and directed, with Social Motion Media, 3 video interviews and studio visits with the 3 short-listed
Takao Tanabe is a significant contemporary Canadian artist active in painting and printmaking for over six decades. Amongst other recognition,
Coordination and documentation of the Vancouver Art Hop in partnership with the Contemporary Art Society of Vancouver, Canadian Art Foundation,
Documentation of annual Young Associates rooftop event for the Vancouver Art Gallery (Sept. 2013).
Documentation for Canadian Art Magazine's talk with curator Philip Tinari as part of the Asia Contemporary Artists speaker series.
Documentation of Exercise Gallery exhibition tour and artist talk with Rebecca Brewer and Nicole Ondre for the Contemporary Art Society
Documentation of Vancouver Art Hop gallery tours and featured speaker, Doug Coupland, for the Contemporary Art Society of Vancouver, the
Documentation of Lawrence Paul Yuxweluptun lecture at Western Front for the Contemporary Art Society of Vancouver (2012).
Let Them Eat Cake exhibition curated by Sherri Kajiwara at Gallery Atsui in Vancouver.
Contracted to design docent program, research and write scripts for docents, hired and trained, scheduled and managed over 20 docents
Documentation of Damien Hirst Exhibition Tour at Galeria Hilario Calguera for the Contemporary Art Society of Vancouver (2010).
Lateral Learning, exhibition-in-print curatorial project produced and conceived by Vantage Art Projects, curated by Paul Butler, with cover art by