“The fourth presentation of our fall season, The Metamorphosis ties together provocative themes and ideas of change undertaken in more than forty remarkable contemporary works selected from the Gallery’s collection,” says Kathleen S. Bartels, Director of the Vancouver Art Gallery. “Among the artworks featured, many were acquired by the Gallery over the past five years and this marks our first opportunity to showcase them.”
The city’s best-loved, late-night art party returns with FUSE: Object Lessons on Friday, November 23. This upcoming edition of Vancouver Art Gallery’s signature evening merging visual art, music and performance indulges in stories and myths of the material world.
Collaborators of Japanese and Indigenous Ancestry Examine Experiences of ‘Place’ through Innovative Performance Art
The exhibition title We Are the Robots is inspired by the origin of the word robot, in Czech robota, meaning “forced work”.
Opening today at the Vancouver Art Gallery, David Milne: Modern Painting documents the artistic career of Milne with almost ninety works in oil and watercolour, never-before-exhibited photographs and sketches,… Read more “OPEN TODAY: David Milne – Modern Painting at Vancouver Art Gallery”
Spanning the second floor of the Gallery, Cabin Fever features architectural models, drawings and plans, photography, historical documents, literature, video and ephemera. As the centerpiece of this exhibition, a collection of seventeen architectural models installed in chronological order showcase the cultural influences that have informed cabin design in North America since the seventeenth century. In addition, two full-scale installations by American artist and filmmaker James Benning and a full-size cabin by Canadian artist Liz Magor will be mounted in the Gallery space.