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21 November 2017 issue

Galleries West Digital

Vol 2 No 24

Editor: Portia Priegert

The Polygon Gallery on the North Vancouver waterfront has launched its first show, which looks at the city, past and present. more

PREVIEWS

The National Gallery of Canada exhibits international acquisitions alongside its recent domestic purchases and donations in this year's Canadian Biennial. more

BLOGS & BUZZ

Gordon Smith’s fifth exhibition at the Vancouver Art Gallery marks a full-circle return to the days of his youth. more

EXHIBITIONS

A show that opens today at Masters Gallery in Calgary gives art lovers a rare opportunity to view two dozen little-seen paintings by Tom Thomson. more

HISTORICAL WORKS

A major survey of Sylvia Tait's work at the Burnaby Art Gallery reveals a surprisingly multidisciplinary artist. more

PREVIEWS

Saskatoon artist Kelly Goerzen has loved the outdoors since she was a child. more

ART TO COLLECT

After 10 years at SAAG, including four as the organization’s Director/Curator, Ryan Doherty will be stepping down to pursue other opportunities. more

BLOGS & BUZZ

The Howe Street Studio facility is the first multi-tenant production space to be negotiated by the City through the Community Amenity Contribution process. more

BLOGS & BUZZ

#AnthropoceneProject unveils new works by the artist collective of Edward Burtynsky, Jennifer Baichwal and Nicholas de Pencier more

BLOGS & BUZZ

TD Bank Group  has recently announced the appointment of Stuart Keeler as Senior Art Curator. Keeler will oversee the strategic direction of TD's Art Department, as well as the implementation and execution of key initiatives. more

BLOGS & BUZZ

"Wildlife Photographer of the Year" will be back by popular demand at the Royal BC Museum on December 8, 2017, after a one-year hiatus. more

BLOGS & BUZZ

As announced in June 2016, the Manitoba Craft Council and the Manitoba Craft Museum and Library officially opened their shared space on October 28, 2017 as the C2 Centre for Craft. more

BLOGS & BUZZ

The Vancouver Art Gallery has announced "Takashi Murakami: The Octopus Eats Its Own Leg," the first-ever retrospective of international art icon Takashi Murakami to be presented in Canada from February 3 – May 6, 2018. more

BLOGS & BUZZ

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