Beaverbrook Art Gallery

The donation, consisting of over 850 works of art, financial support for programming, and a digital archive of the artist’s works, represents the largest single collection of York Wilson’s work. Read more


The grand flowering of a uniquely American art movement surprisingly has a strong Atlantic Canada connection, most specifically to New Brunswick. Read more


Thomas Gainsborough, "Lieutenant-Colonel Edmund Nugent," 1764

Gift of The Beaverbrook Foundation

This stopover in Whistler is the only one in British Columbia and is described by Executive Director Suzanne Greening as “a unique opportunity to spend time with old friends and make new acquaintances. Read more


Dennis Oppenheim, "Arriving Home" 2005-2007

Gift of Mr. Sam Karpman, Montréal With the gratefully acknowledged assistance and support of Galerie Samuel Lallouz, Montréal

The Beaverbrook Art Gallery announced its most recent acquisition and new addition of contemporary sculpture to its TD Sculpture Garden: Arriving Home, 2005-2007, by the late American conceptual artist Dennis Oppenheim (1938-2011). Read more


Terry Graff, Director/CEO and Chief Curator of the Beaverbrook Art Gallery, is pleased to announce the appointment of Jeffrey Spalding to the position of Senior Curator. Read more