Jul 6-Aug 23 Continuum: The Inuit Gallery at 40. For its 40th anniversary, the Gallery is proud to present a remarkable array of work by both Inuit and Northwest Coast First Nations representing some of our leading artists. On the Inuit side, the gallery has gathered a collection of over 60 sculptures ranging from work by first generation carvers to current contemporary Inuit carvers and graphic artists. On the Northwest Coast side, the exhibition features some of the first Northwest Coast First Nation artists the gallery represented alongside the next generation of carvers who were inspired by them. Outstanding works by masters and the next generation. Also featuring 2 print exclusives, one by Inuit artist Ningiukulu Teevee called Ravin’ Raven and the other a copper plate engraving by Haisla artist Lyle Wilson.
Opening reception: Jul 6, 2pm.
Since 1979, the Inuit Gallery has offered a museum-quality collection of masterwork Inuit and Northwest Coast art in the heart of Gastown. Presenting a collection of Inuit sculpture and graphics, Northwest Coast First Nations art and other fine contemporary Canadian art.