The Equinox Gallery was founded by Elizabeth Nichol in 1972 and from the beginning, has been committed to presenting the work of local and Canadian artists in the context of an international program. Along with a roster of acclaimed senior, mid-career and emerging artists, many of whom have had career retrospectives and monographic publications, the gallery also represents artists' estates. Tues to Sat 10 am - 5 pm, or by appointment.
525 Great Northern Way, Vancouver, British Columbia V5T 1E1
Tues to Sat 10 am - 5 pm, or by appointment
Mentions in Galleries West
GLIMMER: Ben Reeves’ latest paintings offer a glimpse from suburbia at Vancouver’s Equinox Gallery, Sept. 10 to Oct. 15
In Reeves’ latest paintings, he both mines and limns the suburbs as a generic place, a locus of the mind, in much the same manner as the American novelist Jonathan Franzen.
Sep 5, 2016
A gymnast hurls herself through the air, curling, unfurling, and lands back standing. Each of the 16 frames of "Adad Hannah’s After Muybridge: Front Flip" represents a fraction of a second. The likeness to Eadweard Muybridge’s sequences seems obvious
Mar 31, 2016
For his solo exhibition in Vancouver, running simultaneously with his exhibition at the Musee d’Art Contemporain in Montreal, Etienne Zack has painted a world of painting machines.
Apr 30, 2010
Dylan Cree interviewed Vancouver artist Etienne Zack in mid-May while Zack’s paintings were being exhibited in solo shows at Equinox Gallery in Vancouver and Thomas Dane Gallery in London.
Aug 31, 2006
"Heavenly Bodies" brings forth Gathie Falk's long-standing fascination with the clouds above and the sun, moon and stars beyond.
Aug 31, 2005
The story goes that Gathie Falk once walked into a Vancouver grocery store, looked at a pile of apples neatly arranged in pyramid style, and said to herself, “If I made them, they would be better.” She did and they were.
Dec 31, 2003
Gordon Smith has often described himself as being "one hundred artists deep" - meaning that he has always been open to the influence of others.
Apr 30, 2003