July 20 to September 14.
Forget the kitschy Vancouver postcards. Instead, check out Ross C. Kelly’s large-scale photo montages during his self-titled exhibition at Art Beatus. The local artist shoots the photos from a single vantage point over a period of days or weeks, then reduces the images and arranges them in a collage. The result? You’ll see subtle to drastic changes in texture, depth, light, weather and urban use. Stand farther away to see a cohesive whole; peer closer to see the tiny fragments that make a city unique. —Kristina Urquhart