750 Hornby St
HOURS: daily 10am-5pm; tue 10am-9pm. Reference Library mon-thu 1-5pm.
ADMISSION: adults $24, seniors (65+) $20, students (with valid ID) $18, children 6 to 12 $6.50, children 5 and under free, members free.
To Sep 3
Emily Carr in Dialogue with Mattie Gunterman unites the work of two women artists practising in BC in the early 20th C. The paintings of Carr with photographs by US-born Gunterman highlight the artists’ engagement and affection for BC’s wilderness.
Opening Jun 9
Cabin Fever traces the history of the North American cabin as an architectural form and a cultural construct.
Opening Jun 16
David Milne: Modern Painting. From painter exhibited in New York City, to official war artist in Europe, discover Milne’s first major exhibition of his work in thirty years. Opening Jun 16
Site Unseen.The photographic artists push the boundaries by introducing visual distortions or chromatic disturbances to produce images that are simultaneously of this world and alien. Artists: Marten Elder, Lorraine Gilbert, Rodney Graham, Mark Lewis, Thomas Ruff, Diana Thater.
Opening Jul 14
Ayumi Goto & Peter Morin: how do you carry the land? showcases the performance art and ongoing collaborations of Goto, a Japanese Canadian artist, and Morin, a Tahltan artist.
Opening Jul 14
Kevin Schmidt: We are the Robots spotlights a BC artist whose multidisciplinary practice embodies the do-it-yourself (DIY) sensibilities of an amateur inventor. OFFSITE
To Oct 8
Shigeru Ban (1100 W Georgia St) Following the 1995 Japan earthquake, architect Ban designed the Kobe Paper Log House as disaster relief shelter with his knowledge of recyclable materials. This exhibition showcases the full-scale version of the house and a photomural documenting his design work on global disaster relief projects.
TAKASHI MURAKAMI: THE OCTOPUS EATS ITS OWN LEG