Vancouver Art Gallery
Art for All

Immerse yourself in historic masterworks and groundbreaking contemporary exhibitions at the Vancouver Art Gallery.

 2020 exhibition highlights include:

 Transits and Returns – to February 23, 2020

Cindy Sherman - to March 8, 2020

Rhythm, Rapture and the Tree of Life: Emily Carr and Her Contemporaries – to June 28, 2020

Shuvinai Ashoona: Mapping Worlds – February 22 to May 24, 2020

Lineages and land bases – February 22 – May 24, 2020

Modern in the Making: Post-war Craft and Design in British Columbia – April 10 – September 20, 2020

Take a public tour of the exhibitions, or get creative on weekends with family activities and free entry on Sundays for children 12 & under.

Enhance your experience by visiting the Gallery Store for unique gifts, or take a break at our new 1931 Gallery Bistro and rooftop patio.

Visit our website: vanartgallery.bc.ca

@vanartgallery

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FINAL WEEK! @thetyee calls #CindySherman a "masterclass in makeup" that "might just transform you, too." Don't miss this captivating career retrospective of one of the world’s leading contemporary artists! Make the most of your #LeapDay, and see this exhibition before it’s gone March 8. . Image: Cindy Sherman, Untitled #588, 2016/18, dye sublimation metal print, Courtesy of the Artist and @metro_pictures, New York
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Happy #PinkShirtDay! How do you #lifteachotherup 🚀 today and all year long at the office or at school? . Vienna-based artist #ErwinWurm uses humour as an important tool in his work, often to convey an underlying social critique of contemporary culture, particularly in response to capitalist influences and resulting societal pressures. . Stop by the #VancouverArtGalleryOffsite to add some fun and whimsy to your day with these sculptures in “Offsite: Erwin Wurm,” extended until March 22! . Image: Installation view of Erwin Wurm’s “Half Big Suit,” 2016, in “Offsite: Erwin Wurm,” exhibition at the Vancouver Art Gallery Offsite from September 20, 2019 to March 22, 2020, Photo: Maegan Hill-Carroll, Vancouver Art Gallery
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Now on view, #lineagesandlandbases presents more than 80 artworks from the #VanArtCollection that challenge the modern Western assumption that #nature and #culture exist as two distinct realms, a concept which helped shape Canada’s national art and identity in the early 20th century. On the contrary, in Sḵwx̱wú7mesh sníchim (the Squamish language), there is no word for “nature.” Instead, within this #Indigenousworldview, people are intimately bound to non-human entities, whether plants, rocks, animals or places, locating subjectivity well beyond human beings and creating an ethical imperative to care for the natural world. . Visit us today to experience @brianjungen’s stunning installation #Cetology for the first time in Vancouver since 2010, alongside other awe-inspiring works from the Gallery’s permanent collection. . Image: Brian Jungen, “Cetology,” 2002, plastic chairs, Collection of the Vancouver Art Gallery, Purchased with the financial support of the Canada Council for the Arts Acquisition Assistance Program and the Vancouver Art Gallery Acquisition Fund, Photo: Trevor Mills, Vancouver Art Gallery

Directions

The Vancouver Art Gallery occupies an entire city block in the heart of downtown Vancouver, bounded by Georgia Street, Hornby Street, Robson Street and Howe Street.

You can enter the Gallery from either Hornby Street or Robson Street Plaza (adjacent to Howe Street).

Both entrances are wheelchair accessible.


Hours and Dates of Operation

Open daily 10am-5pm; Tuesdays until 9pm.

Gallery tours on Thursdays, Saturdays and Sundays.

Weekly Family Programs every Sunday, free for kids 12 & under.

 Calendar of Events


Contact

Phone: 604.662.4719
Website: vanartgallery.bc.ca
Email: marketing@vanartgallery.bc.ca
Address: 750 Hornby Street, Vancouver, BC V6Z 2H7

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