Founded in Vancouver, Peripheral Review is a platform for documenting and expanding the emerging and under-represented Canadian art scene, as well as enabling access for emerging writers by encouraging expanded and accessible critical dialogue. The potential for encompassing all perspectives with a single gaze is the inspiration for Peripheral Review. We strive to highlight and bring together multiple perspectives to form a cohesive, thorough and expansive dialogue. Our aim is to create an accessible platform that taps into the independent and emerging Canadian art scene. We invite writers and artists to respond to works and encourage viewers to get out and see whats happening beyond what is in the central vision. By documenting local events, we hope to connect the independent art community, as well as the general public. We believe art is for everyone. Peripheral Review was co-founded by Lauren Lavery and Adriana Lademann in 2016.
Publishing Against the Grain
Publishing Against the Grain highlights the current state of publishing and art criticism as it exists in small journals, experimental publications, websites, and radio, as well as other innovative platforms around the world.read more »