Opening Sep 25
Reading Art. This exhibition explores text-based and literary works of art on paper, featuring conceptual works from the 1970s, works of political protest, and illustrations of classic literary works such as Dante’s Divine Comedy, Emily Brontë’s Wuthering Heights, and Marcel Proust’s Swann in Love. Drawing from the permanent collection and on loan, the exhibition brings together works on paper created over the past 100 years by artists such as John Baldessari, Salvador Dali, Enn Erisalu, General Idea, Guerrilla Girls, Angela Grossmann, Jenny Holzer, Clare Leighton, Micah Lexier, Jane Ash Poitras, Jack Shadbolt, Janice Toulouse, and Joyce Wieland, among others. Curated by Ellen van Eijnsbergen and Jennifer Cane.
The Burnaby Art Gallery is dedicated to presenting contemporary and historical art exhibitions by local, regional, national and international artists.
Brad McMurray: Pedestrian
Lynne Cohen: These Walls
Anna Wong: Traveller on Two Roads