During the days of May 2-6, come upstairs from Le Marché St. George with a coffee or pastry in hand, hang out with the chefs while they prep for service and view the curated art showing in the space. Naomi Horii of Butter on the Endive has brought together photographers David Zilber, Hana Pesut, and KIN Chan, and visual artist Nathan Grimson. BOTE is excited to have these Vancouver-based artists show their work with Chef in Residence. Some of the artists’ prints will be for sale, which can be purchased directly through the artists. Information available upon request.
ABOUT THE ARTISTS:
A native of Toronto, Ontario, David Chaim Jacob Zilber (b. 1985) is a professional chef and butcher who has worked in fine dining establishments across Canada since 2004. Photography has been one of his chief creative outlets over the past 4 years, alongside cooking, painting, writing and industrial design. Working exclusively with 135 format film, his work has been shown across North America, and featured in projects such as Vice, It’s Nice That, 01 Magazine and Street Carnage. He is the creator of the on-line photojournal Recidivism and Prolix, a book of black and white photographs, was released in September 2011 through Montreal’s Trapshot Archives. He was the creative spark of “Good As New”, a group photography exhibition at Ed Varie Gallery in New York in January 2012 alongside Jeremie Egry and Aurelien Arbet, Bruno Zhu, Nicholas Gottlund and curator David Brandon Geeting. He currently lives and works in Vancouver, British Columbia.
Hana is a self-taught photographer raised in Whistler and currently living in Vancouver, Canada. Her main focus in photography is the “little moments” that people sometimes miss and later wish they had captured. She hopes to inspire others to take more photos in their day to day life.
KIN is a photographer based in Vancouver Canada and London UK.
He shoots refined stories and raw ones;
beautiful boys and strong girls;
captures the moments when everything is perfect, but also when it is exposed and vulnerable.
Nathan Grimson is a printmaker currently living in vancouver, where he is the studio technician at Malaspina Printmakers on Granville Island. His work utilizes modern and traditional printmaking techniques, while creating a multi-layered space that employs geometric shapes culled from the public sphere.