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750 Hornby St

Vancouver, BC

604-662-4719

HOURS: mon, wed, thu, sat, sun 10am-5pm; tue & fri 12-8pm.
Reference Library: mon-wed 11am-5pm by appt.

ADMISSION: adult $24; senior $20; student $18; children (6-12) $$6.50; children (5 and under) and members free.

To Jan 2
Vancouver Special: Disorientations and Echo featuring 32 established and emerging artists showcasing Vancouver’s vibrant contemporary art scene.

Ongoing
GROWING FREEDOM: The instructions of Yoko Ono and The art of John and Yoko underscores the cornerstones of action, participation and imagination in the work of Yoko Ono and examines the collaborative works she undertook with her late husband John Lennon.

Edith Heath and Emily Carr: From the Earth brings together the work of two artists whose art was profoundly influenced by the land and landscape. Jan Wade: Soul Power presents a survey of the artist’s rich repertoire dating from the 1990s to the present day.

OFFSITE 1100 West Georgia St.
Opening Nov 20 Keith Langergraber: The Dusk Meridian A multimedia installation.

About

Founded in 1931, the Vancouver Art Gallery is recognized as one of North America’s most respected and innovative visual arts institutions. The Gallery’s innovative ground-breaking exhibitions, extensive public programs and emphasis on advancing scholarship all focus on the historical and contemporary art of British Columbia and international centres, with special attention to the accomplishments of First Nations artists and the art of the Asia Pacific region – through the Institute of Asian Art.

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