The Richmond Art Gallery plays a dynamic role in the growth of visual art in Richmond, and is a vital part of the contemporary art network in BC and Canada. Through excellence in exhibitions and education, the RAG strives to enhance an understanding and enjoyment of contemporary art. Open Mon to Fri 10 am - 6 pm, Sat and Sun 10 am - 5 pm.
Richmond Art Gallery
180-7700 Minoru Gate, Richmond, British Columbia V6Y 1R9
Open Mon to Fri 10 am - 6 pm, Sat and Sun 10 am - 5 pm.
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"Fictive Realities" brings together work by Lee Henderson, Doug Jarvis, Peter Morin, Michelle Gay and Steve Lyons that questions how notions of reality are changing in a digital era.
Aug 28, 2013
The City of Richmond and the Board of Directors for the Richmond Art Gallery Association (RAGA) are pleased to announce that Rachel Rosenfield Lafo is the new Director of the Richmond Art Gallery effective February 12, 2013.
Feb 12, 2013
The title of this exhibition comes from the musical term for slow tempo, here referring to the speed of walking.
Dec 31, 2012
Sophie Jodoin is a Montreal-based artist who aims to create a subtle sense of discomfort for the viewer with her black and white drawings.
Apr 30, 2012
When Hua Jin immigrated to Vancouver from China four years ago, she was lonely and lost. “My parents had passed away and I was divorced,” Jin explains. “I am from a generation where most of us are the only child.”
Dec 31, 2011
Brenda Joy Lem pulls together the fragmentary nature of the immigrant experience in Canada in her new exhibition at the Richmond Art Gallery through June 12.
Apr 30, 2011
AES+F (TATYANA ARZAMASOVA, LEV EVSOVITCH, AND EVGENY SVYATSKY) "Last Riot," February 3, 2011, Richmond Art Gallery
Russian conceptual photo- and video-based artists AES+F (Tatyana Arzamasova, Lev Evsovitch, and Evgeny Svyatsky) bring their three-channel HD video project "Last Riot" to the Richmond Art Gallery February 3.
Dec 31, 2010
Artists from India have recently made a grand entrance into the international, avant-garde art scene.
Apr 30, 2010
As a boy in the Haisla First Nation village of Kitamaat in northern British Columbia, Arthur Renwick grew up listening to his grandmother’s stories and began drawing pictures at the age of six.
Dec 31, 2009
Imagine the mountains surrounding the confluence of the North and South Thompson rivers illuminated by the setting sun. Now imagine them glowing from a light source within.
Aug 31, 2006
At least once every decade, Vancouver potter Paul Mathieu pulls figurative rabbits out of ceramic history’s hat, turns everything we know about art inside out, and confounds us with totally new ways of looking and thinking.
Apr 30, 2006
At first glance, Misa Nikolic's acrylic paintings at the Richmond Art Gallery appear to be photo-referenced hyper-realism. A closer look reveals that he has gone far beyond that hard-edge style popular in Vancouver in the 1960s and 1970s.
Dec 31, 2005