Best Urban Art Venues In Vancouver Near Me

Vancouver Art Gallery Ian Tan Art Gallery Vancouver Contemporary Art Gallery Granville Tunnel Street Art Gallery Centre A: Vancouver International Centre for Contemporary Asian Art Bill Reid Gallery of Northwest Coast Art Pacific Arts Market - Art Gallery - Vancouver Coastal Peoples Fine Arts Gallery Rendez-Vous Art Gallery Equinox Gallery Gallery Jones Fine Arts Ltd Or Gallery Pendulum Gallery Artspeak Gallery Skwachay's Lodge Urban Aboriginal Art Gallery Vancouver Art Gallery, Georgia Street Western Front Queer Arts Festival & SUM gallery Inuit Gallery Of Vancouver

1. Vancouver Art Gallery - Vancouver

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· 5979 reviews

750 Hornby St, Vancouver, BC V6Z 2H7, Canada

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Vancouver Art Gallery: what do users think?
Clyde Lee Lee: Rotating exhibits. Staff are friendly including the gift shop staff.Visited on Weekend Wait time No wait Reservation recommended Yes …More
Julie Erin: I was rather a little shocked by the entrance price. Typically, an adult pays over $30 to spend a day here. The first Friday of every month is free, but the line is ridiculously long (literally snakes around the entire block), so thought it would be better to pay the full price for one afternoon.The only redeeming qualities would be the building itself and the giftshop.First floor had an exhibit of Canadian artist, Boyle, which I personally find many of her pieces to be rather on the creepy side, yet to each their own. The adjacent rooms had more modern art (basically paintings of lines and blobs). Again, not my thing, yet I was hoping that there'd be some classic art on the other levels.The next level (the only one that was opened) had a lookout to observe some fashion design students assembling outfits while the showrooms featured the biography of an Indigenous woman, which contained mostly of children's drawings in crayon...and newspaper clippings along with letters of correspondence! How is that art?! That exhibit was rather interesting but belonged in a community centre to promote public awareness rather than an "art" gallery.I've also read a few of the other Google reviews, and it seems that most of the levels have been closed forever because of renovations. I find that to be rather bogus.While I strongly support temporary exhibitions since it's nice to shake things up, there should be some permanent ones as well. Since Vancouver seems to be a rather modern city, perhaps some avant-garde classic pieces: Girl with a Pearl Earring, The Kiss, Magritte, Picasso, The Scream, Van Gogh...Basically, it was such a disappointing experience. Was done within an hour, and that included a pee break along with checking out a few of the showrooms twice to see if anything had been missed.
Ricardo Augusto Moraes Ferreira: Visit on the first Friday of the month, and free admittance. Should get the tickets online to avoid linesVisited on Weekday Wait time Up to 10 min Reservation recommended Yes …More
Maria Cristina Grossi: Visited on Weekday Wait time No wait Reservation recommended Not sureMore
Mario Hernández: Visited on Weekday Wait time No wait Reservation recommended NoMore
Rosa Yuan: I too loved the exterior architecture but what's inside definitely isn't much new or exciting. Compared to other art museums (MoMA or SF MoMa, Chicago Art Institute). I hope they can introduce more art works, exhibitions and events.Visited on Weekend Wait time No wait Reservation recommended Yes …More
賴佳琳: 人多展覽少Visited on Weekday Wait time 1 hr+ Reservation recommended Yes …More
Mavis Gevido: Vancouver Article Gallery. Always a good idea.Visited on Weekday Wait time No wait …More
Albert Saravi: Good
Eric Schwartz: Visited on Weekday Wait time No waitMore
Elena Byzova: Beautiful building, currently only small contemporary art exhibition, but very whimsical, deep dark and moving. Thank you for my special experience!Visited on Weekday Wait time No wait Reservation recommended No …More
joy magpoc: Great place to have a relaxing afternoon 😊Visited on Weekday Wait time No wait Reservation recommended Not sure …More
Shikha: Visited on WeekdayMore
Manisha S: The Vancouver art gallery was a very strange place with a lot of strange "art". The exhibits at the time were nothing exceptional... Some geometric art just made in large canvas, which any of can do. Then another strange and creepy exhibit including sculptures of a headless person... Nothing inspiring or thought provoking or beautiful.. felt like a waste of my time and money. The tour guide was good and informative.. but then again the topic was very boring.
Behdad Best: This is supposed to be the prime artistic center for Vacouver yet totally disappointing. I'd say just close it, always good not to do things rather than doing it this way.
luke morrison: It's not totally bogus man..... says ted
Shatakshi Saxena: Only floors 1 and 3 are open. They are currently doing some construction. Overall, it is an OK museum but not worth it. The entrance is overpriced at $30/adult, especially when part of the museum is closed due to construction.I enjoyed the indigenous representation on the third floor, but I think they could have better conveyed the information. For instance, they could have provided summaries at every decade. Instead, it felt like all the information was just jumbled.The "art" on the first floor was not worth paying for. A lot of the "art" was just basic lines. There were some paintings and sculptures that were cool!
sekureh: No idea why they're selling tickets, maybe for charity🙄Nothing worth seeing.
Cristiano Nogueira: CAD 29 per person for a 30 minute`s worth of art. the 1st floor had Shary Boyle, excellent stuff albeit just a dozen works, but the other 5 wings had nothing worth while: 2 were under setup for a future exhibit. 1 had very bad op-art (like the left-overs of another real art museum) and the 3rd floor had 2 wings on with newspaper cutouts and old-timey interviews with lord knows who. ticket staff wouldnt give a partial refund, claiming I should have known the 2nd floor would be closed. I was expecting a whole afternoon experience and was done after 40mins. 10mins were spent trying to find the exit on the 3rd floor! IMHO a just price for this very short experience should be no more than CAD 9.
Ben S: Smaller than most, but great exhibits and staff.
Emily Fa.: Lots of events

2. Ian Tan Art Gallery Vancouver - Vancouver

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2342 Granville St, Vancouver, BC V6H 3G3, Canada

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Ian Tan Art Gallery Vancouver: what do users think?
Philip Lyall: We absolutely love our Greta Guzek piece. The whole process of shipment and delivery to our home in St. Louis was seamless. Thank you Ian Tan gallery for the top tier service.
Nolan Derby: My wife and I recently bought a piece of art by Tiffany Blaise at the Ian Tan Gallery. We had a great experience, and both Jason and Ian went above and beyond our expectations to make sure we got a piece of art that we loved. Jason even came with us to our condo, so we could try out a few paintings and find one that fit in our space.
David Kruyt: Friendly, knowledgeable and helpful. Great collection of artists with intriguing works.
Nilda Rivera: I am very pleased with my purchase. I have been looking for a while now online for an abstract painting to purchase & as soon as I saw it on the website, I immediately went to IanTan Gallery to check it out. Loved the painting more in person & purchased it immediately. It is a very beautiful painting! Love the shapes, colours and texture, and it now hangs elegantly on top of my fireplace. Also very happy about the very quick turn around on framing & delivery as well as great service as they also unwrapped and hung the painting.
Josue Ochoa: I had an excellent experience! I was helped by Jason who has strong service skills and very kind attitude. They have a great collection with a great range of prices.
Clarke Wright: One of my favourite Vancouver art galleries! So many great artists and works of art here!
curtis penn: Very knowledgeable staffband great selection!
Omar Rodea: Amazing!!! I love it, great location and beautiful pieces of art. Good.
P O: Purchased a Dana Irving piece from Ian a number of years ago. His gallery continues to showcase some of the most beautiful works in the city. Impeccable taste and always fresh.
Donny Lawlor: Carbon copy contemporary Art
Catherine Claus: I have had a tremendously positive experience with Ian and Eve. I commissioned a piece I have been dreaming about for years and they nurtured me through the process with their graciousness and professionalism. I would not hesitate to work with them again.
W: Came here for the first time during the Granville Art Walk. Beautifully curated pieces. Need to visut more often to get my art fix.
Omar: beautiful art pieces

3. Contemporary Art Gallery - Vancouver

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· 198 reviews

555 Nelson St, Vancouver, BC V6B 6R5, Canada

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Contemporary Art Gallery: what do users think?
Andrea Terron: Great instalation!!
jennifer chen: Great space. Love Christine’s work seen here. Glad to catch it. She does prints too, she’s worked with El Nopal Press in Los Angeles.
Letícia Cristina: muito pequena galeria
Ilya Waisman: Very small place with a couple of tiny exhibitions, not very exciting to me.
Thanchanok Tangpinyo: Everyone is welcome to see the exhibitions free of charge. The space is nice and well informed. When I was there I got to learned about how deaf people are living within our society. It was an interesting topic I never thought about.If you are interested in art, definitely check this place out. There is a public parking close by too.
Sean Lee: 空間不大,有些有趣的小型藝術展覽,大概15分鐘可以逛完
Jin Huang: If I can give a 0 star, I would.There are only two rooms open. One room with a single display of a mudded hay lion, the other room with a fridge that has 4 bushes of flowers (apparently) bought from a nearby flower shop.There were a few groups of visitors who came in and were quickly confused if they had come to the right place. Someone stood in front of the receptionist/cashier/concierge, deliberately facing her to try to get her attention. But she's comparably deliberate, intentionally fixated her eyes to the computer screen to avoid a question.The pictures here on Google Maps are not the reflection of this place anymore. Those I believe are before the pandemic. Now the business that gets to this situation might be directly damaged by the pandemic. Contemporary art is a hard and fluent business. I hope this business can get itself up from the damage soon to live up to the name again.
Jessica Z: Not much to see, take 5 minutes to complete.
Samoa Woolsy: Very small but cute (free admission?)
Prince Z’s Shorts: There was hardly any art and what was there looked extremely basic and had no depth. The “art” was scotch taped to the wall. Yes art is subjective but it should also at least be interesting.
Mark Emery: interesting art and really welcoming staff, who encouraged conversation and answered questions with enthusiasm.
Rukchanita Olivia Wajitdouol: Alway have attractive Art and interesting event
Tony McDougall: Awesome as always!
Shashrvacai Cai: Small considering it’s a contemporary art gallery.. but works since it is in the centre of the city.
Jihan Carrasquero Uzcategui: Small gallery, not many thinga to see. Interesting nevertheless.
F: I hope they could have a bigger space in the future, always a great spot to go when you want to see some art.
Gerald Joe: Interesting exhibits. Sponsors exhibits at other locations eg transit busses
Jamie Learning: This tiny art gallery offers cutting edge exhibitions that will make you think and get ya right in the feels.
Kuang-Jui Hsu: nice and free
Melike: Good spot for art work that doesn’t sacrifice meaning for the sake of creativity. Plus some lovely people who are willing to have a nice conversation.
Janice Chau: It was much smaller than I expected, but admission is free/by donation. I enjoyed going through the exhibits. It's a quick cultural stop among shopping/eats nearby on Granville - It would probably take 20 min to go through everything.

4. Granville Tunnel Street Art Gallery - Vancouver

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· 3 reviews

Granville Loop Park, Vancouver, BC V6J 3J9, Canada

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Granville Tunnel Street Art Gallery: what do users think?
Jennifer Marie Luce: Love the opportunity for local artists to spruce and brighten up a dark space under the Granville Bridge. 💗🦄🌈💓💎

5. Centre A: Vancouver International Centre for Contemporary Asian Art - Vancouver

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· 14 reviews

268 Keefer St Unit 205, Vancouver, BC V6A 1X5

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Centre A: Vancouver International Centre for Contemporary Asian Art: what do users think?
Jason Liou: Shop easy
Rudolf Penner: odd gallery, but I perceived some interesting things at the show I saw by immigrant women in employ here
Mike Lockwood: this place is nothing mofe than a broke- down theater pretending to be a happenibg music venue
Kevin Harding: Beautiful art doing powerful work.
Ocean Carreker: Read her eggs are

6. Bill Reid Gallery of Northwest Coast Art - Vancouver

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· 275 reviews

639 Hornby St, Vancouver, BC V6C 2G3, Canada

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Hannah B.: Visited on Weekend Wait time No wait Reservation recommended NoMore
Vanessa Watts: Really neat little gallery totally work it if you like art work!
Jillian Robertson: An excellent experience.I learned more about how skilled Bill Reid was and his influence on young Indigenous people.
Stephen Rees: Even though they say they are not quite finished setting up the exhibits there is a lot to see. This was our first visit but I have a feeling we may well return. Reid was an amazing talent. I was amazed by one of his earliest works: a miniature tea set made from a stick of chalk and nail varnish. When I go to stay with people in other places I buy a Bill Reid framed image as a hostess gift. I also have some at home now. I wish I had been given one of the $20 bills when they came out but I suspect they all went to collectors. There are also works by other FN artists and of course visiting exhibitions. When you are in Vancouver this has to be on your list of places to visit. The staff are charming.
Foxx Cant: One of my favorite galleries in Vancouver, there is always a thoughtful exhibit by contemporary Indigenous artists. Also boasts a fantastic gift shop and a drawing area for children in the upstairs alcove.
Alyssa Davis: Very emotional. Ladies were super nice. The gift shop carries beads which are hard to find. Not bad pricing on the jewelry. Rings are 200$+ beads are around 100. The finer stuff goes up higher tho.
Sunset City Mushrooms Ltd.: Super amazing art, was a trip for sure 😊
Dave K: I learned quite a bit and while seeing some interesting art pieces. I enjoyed learning about traditional art as well as seeing more contemporary pieces with traditional influence. Would highly recommend!
Bruce Murdoch: Very interesting and beautiful art.
Robert Oney: For the Bill Reid works, absolutely take the time to work through the smaller pieces that are on display - though all of his pieces are equally worth your time!
Mike Pitura: Great educational experience
Jane Harrison: Wonderful exhibition of Bill Reid's work alongside his peers and more contemporary Indigenous art. Thoroughly recommend checking it out.
Leandro Bezerra (Suspiro): The art gallery is very nice! You get to know Bill Reid various artworks and the fact that the museum is not too big, you have time in one visit to read and understand about historical facts and all the intricate details of every art and its contexts.Highly recommended!
Robin Todd: Interesting displays
Bia Sales: It was fantastic to learn more about the Haida people and take a look at the exquisite artworks by many different artists ❤️
Andreas Pilich: Wonderful gallery. Man was a genius in my opinion.Nice atmosphere. Small though.
Byron Pelly: Nice place to check out First Nations art. As a First Nations person I don’t feel uncomfortable or unwelcome coming here. It’s nice to know how a normal person is supposed to feel in this country.
Paul Sasges: Wonderful exhibit. Go enjoy 😉
Katy Bee: A powerful experience, and well worth the visit. There are free hours on some Fridays between 2-5pm! The gift shop is very much worth a look as they have many beautiful things made by local Indigenous artists.
Brianna McNall: Stopped by on a whim as we headed for the Vancouver Art Gallery and absolutely fell in love. This is an amazing space with a thoughtfully curated collection. Such a wonderful celebration of first peoples art and culture. Definitely worth a stop for art lovers and educators - the lovely folks at the gallery provide some great educational resources both in-person and online.

7. Pacific Arts Market - Art Gallery - Vancouver - Vancouver

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· 105 reviews

1448 W Broadway, Vancouver, BC V6H 1H4, Canada

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Troy Tyrell: Cool place and great art
Jenny Carnegie: Fantastic place if you like to buy directly from the artist! The variety of art and the quality of crafts is incredible! Very friendly and inviting environment!
Clare Taylor: An excellent showcase of local artists
youcef benaissa: I have dealt with many art galleries in Dubai, France and Germany, but this art gallery is unique in terms of the services it provides to the artist and the artistic publicI wish you success and as an artist I support you and hope that every internet user who visits Vancouver will visit this wonderful artistic place.
Maddock Rosie: It’s been great to discover this wonderful emporium of West Coast creativity, offering a broad range of work, and a city venue for supporting and building the arts community in Vancouver. New artists show their work regularly, so a good gallery to check out often for art and artisanal gifts.
greta smith: What a gem of a place, something for everyone. Local art with a west coast vibe
Eileen Fong: Lots of Arts!
Jennie Gonzalez: It was a very lively place! And the arts displayed at the walls were so impressive and eye-catching. You will surely spend a few minutes appreciating each art. It inspires people to engage to art as well. I love the place because it makes my creative side awakened by each painting I saw.
Jessica Chan: I honestly dont know why Time Out recommends this as a top thing to do in Vancouver. With all due respect, the art was amatuerish.
GalaxyB0Y306: Amazing store!!😀 love the basketball card crystal!!!🏀
Jeff Gerard: Very good
Alexander Bender: Helllo the gallery west broadway and granville over 2 years now. Thanks to family and friends. Since February solve solution to outstanding issues.Sorry to Sam fantastic artist. Laura since the fall really cool friendly and great help to gallery and Crystal. The amazing artists and most of all Crystal all on her own working hard to keep the gallery running in this tuff times. Plus the construction Broadway line train to UBC. How anyone along Broadway can manage not easy as we remember the Canada line how affected Cambie street. Now sumner almost here. Important sapport local business and local Artists and sapport wonderful Crystal...God bless.😎 Ive added example of al local buisness at TandT food court in Guilford Surrey. Wondeful lady doing a doc film on here buisness YL"S CURRY BOWL....share family friends and city Surrey Vancouver...just be cool. Be left wing or right wing or centre....thank you..😎👌 the Covid Pandemic caused alot trouble thanks to those made alot money from thanks to NDP and Liberals not caring dividing people. Thank Crystal and YLS CURRY HOUSE bring people together...important Small buisness is...😎
Veronica W: Such an amazing place to experience! Always new art from local artists to view and a friendly & welcoming atmosphere! My new favourite store in Vancouver 😉 You've gotta come check it out!!!
Anna Morozova: The salesman was sooo incredibly rude that it was astounding. The selection is very small on the lower level.
Maria Schumacher: Wonderfully welcoming little market-style shop featuring loads of local artist and crafts. There is always something new and I love spending time, looking at the paintings and browsing the wonderful creations.
Ana Farzan: Very professional and great rates. Shahab was very helpful and knowledgeable.
ilana: Great space to check out local art! You never know what treasure you’ll find.
Deborah Coggles: A wonderful selection and variety of art by local Artists & Artisans!! A must see!’
Sharmay H: A good selection of many talented local artists' paintings, drawings, photos, postcards, furniture and other art and crafts. Prices are very reasonable. A great place for gift shopping or for personal collection. Friendly customer service.
Susan Martin: This is a community of artists who sell a great variety of good work that changes all the time and now there is more gallery space. I'm really glad I found this space. Chrystal is great to work with and is welcoming.

8. Coastal Peoples Fine Arts Gallery - Vancouver

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· 34 reviews

332 Water St Unit 200, Vancouver, BC V6B 1B6, Canada

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Jessica Chan: Amazing pieces of indigenous artworks
Rita Montgomery: An absolutely gorgeous gallery with 2 floors of fine works on display and for sale. I was very impressed with the quality of the collection and the staff were inviting and knowledgeable. very much worth a visit
Matt Gul: Friendly store, amazing arts
yashvee chouhan: An amazing place😍😍
Anita P: Fantastic native art gallery. The service was warm with no pressure. Very nice selection from a large variety of artists. Highly recommend if you are looking for an authentic original piece. This would be my first recommendation for a place to shop.
Samoa Woolsy: Cool 🎨
Pat Benner: The staff are absolutely wonderful -- friendly, helpful, courteous, and knowledgeable! My print is being shipped now.
Virginia Marshall: highly recommend this company for all Northwest Coast jewelry and lovely personal service. staff continually go the extra mile to ensure your experience gratifying, special, rewarding!
Mark Lange: Cause it's fine art where fine artists admire other fine artists creations
Barry de Jong: Do yourself a favour, selection and service was extraordinary. Nothing was too much trouble. Dorothy and Serena were terrific. They were both a credit to the indigenous people they represent.
B Boyd: Great place to look for high quality First Nations art work. Good atmosphere and friendly staff!
Root User: Worth taking a look. A bit touristy is seems.
Eric Martinen: Beautiful jewelery and wonderful staff.
Simon Ling: Being here several time, art works are over priced, no chance to be able to buy anything
Hartmut Hezel: What a great mixture or wonderful art & passionate staff with a deep understanding. We have a unique memory of our time in Canada. Thanks!!!
Alexandre ABRAHAM: Nice gallery with various masks, carvings, and jewels.
Arunachalam Bhavani Shanker: For those interested in costly artefacts
Henk Boshove: Beautiful art from artist from or inspired by the traditional Coastal people. The huge woorden Shields and the masks ..and Offcourse the dancing icebears (stone) are two of the things I liked a lot. Friendly staff that gives you excellent information. Pictures are from may 2017. If I come back to Vancouver i’ll certainly visit them... and perhaps buy a piece of art (They do ship)
Guylaine Cloutier: Très beaux objets d'art des nations autochtones.
Lyan: Love the art and cultural stuff. The staff is nice and helpful. Dont forget to visit the gallery upstairs.
Peter Ackermann: Ridiculously overpriced but somewhat interesting art. Take a look and then be on your way.

9. Rendez-Vous Art Gallery - Vancouver

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· 6 reviews

323 Howe St, Vancouver, BC V6C 3N2, Canada

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Jeremy Fredricks: Small gallery, but worth visiting. Mostly paintings, but a few sculptures (of bears, among other things) as well! It should only take 5-10 minutes to walk by everything at least once.
Kia R: Beautiful artwork from local artists!!! Amazing sales team , Super helpful!!
Thomas: RendezVous has been a pillar of the upmarket Vancouver art scene for years now. Representing many internationally renowned artists, the gallery balances its showcase with an array of works that range from those addressing broadly prevailing tastes to more challenging paintings that invite detailed scrutiny in order to appreciate their various subtleties.Especially well represented here are artists working in The Algonquin School of landscape painting where bold expressionist colors and painterly applications predominate. Heraldic animal sculptures and images of leisured urbanity are likewise featured consistently but among these one also finds the occasional work of abstraction like Drissia Abid’s cubist pieces. Aesthetically and stylistically tending towards a fusion of approaches, the artists who make up the majority of those on display have strong academic backgrounds and so will incorporate several learned techniques into individual pieces while modulating that in accordance with their subject matter; see for example Olaf Schneider’s Autumn Fresh for a refined appropriation of pointillist methods.For those who aren’t especially familiar with the art world, the gallery’s senior art consultant James Dziak will be able to provide whatever guidance is desired out of his plentiful expertise. Whether you’re looking for work simply to suit your home décor, or interested in art as a financial investment, James can certainly assist you in arriving at the best decision for you personally. And given the wealth of talent to choose from, including the invigorating “en plein air” scenes of Perry Haddock and the eclectic virtuosity of Matin Bayani, you shouldn’t have any trouble finding art that inspires you.
Elaine Brewer-White: The most unique, inspired artwork to enliven any home or office decor!
Damien Wild: I had a really wonderful experience working with James. After my father passed away from cancer I was looking for a piece that reminded me of him for our feature wall. There happened to be a Charlesworth that my wife and I just fell in love with. James gave us lots of space to browse, very low pressure, and when we showed interest in the piece, he was incredibly enthusiastic and helpful in the design of an appropriate frame and made sure everything was perfect. Whenever we are in the area we make sure to drop in to look at (drool over) all the lovely works in the gallery.
Majid: Beautiful paintings!
Donny Lawlor: Boring. 0 for originality. 0 for creative innovation. 2 for kindness. 9 for poshness. lame same old faceless archaic boring landscape.

10. Equinox Gallery - Vancouver

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· 45 reviews

3642 Commercial St, Vancouver, BC V5N 4G2, Canada

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M: I love it! So cosy yet well curated
Roger Griffin: I enjoy visiting this gallery. I love Fred Herzog's work in particular, and I never get tired of seeing the ongoing exhibition. I think they also rotate a few of his pictures to provide a lot of diversity. I was able to browse the exhibits today when I went to the Equinox Gallery to pick up a few books. The locals there are incredibly friendly and grin broadly as they welcome you. Of course, the Equinox Gallery is a fantastic venue for showcasing regional artwork. I would strongly advise visiting.
Favian Yee: I love going to this gallery. I'm a particular fan of Fred Herzog's work and can never get enough of seeing the permanent exhibit. I believe they also rotate some of his images to offer a great variety. I came to pick up a few books from the Equinox Gallery today and was able to wander through the exhibits. The people there are so welcoming and greet you with a beautiful smile. And of course, the Equinox Gallery is such a great space to showcase local art. I would highly recommend stopping by.
After Hours Supply Co: Beautiful collection
edward thomas: small gallery, enjoyed the vist
Nikita Schulz: Free entry, a bit small, nice artwork
Tony McDougall: Great show. Dempsey Bob is awesome.
Joe Kan: A pretty nice gallery. Must visit! Showcases local artists like Sonny Assu from Delta BC.
Lori Goulet: Lots to see, very spacious, and a wide variety of artists displayed
Kirk Chantraine: Love the new space, always great curation!
Gregory Kehm: Tall spaces, big volumes to show wonderful works of art.
Nicole Goossens: Présente des artistes intéressants et très différents
lorie nash: Depends on artist. Bldg itself is great as well as location
Lucienne Winder: The space itself is a work of art. Old industrial. Very cool. Lovely place to have some cool venues like weddings, parties etc..
Donald L: This gallery represents various talented artists. Their works are exhibited in a bright open space. I get inspired by the works of street photographers, Fred Herzog and Vivian Maier. Free parking available.
Matthew Isherwood: Small space, little curatorial context to the exhibits. Work was beautiful, though.
Melissa Bonner: Beautiful. Very interesting space. Paid parking available.
terri moore: Very nice pieces. Loved the vibe. Very quiet. Thanks.
Sin Chung Alison Chow: Lovely peaceful place
young soon you: 내 아들과 자주 찾는 장소입니다. 수준높은 작품들을 많이 만날 수 있는 매우 훌륭한 곳입니다.

11. Gallery Jones Fine Arts Ltd - Vancouver

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· 17 reviews

258 E 1st Ave #1, Vancouver, BC V5T 1A6, Canada

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12. Or Gallery - Vancouver

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· 10 reviews

236 E Pender St, Vancouver, BC V6A 1T7, Canada

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13. Pendulum Gallery - Vancouver

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· 13 reviews

885 W Georgia St, Vancouver, BC V6C 2G2, Canada

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14. Artspeak Gallery - Vancouver

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· 6 reviews

233 Carrall St, Vancouver, BC V6B 2J2, Canada

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15. Skwachay's Lodge Urban Aboriginal Art Gallery - Vancouver

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· 34 reviews

29 W Pender St, Vancouver, BC V6B 1R3, Canada

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16. Vancouver Art Gallery, Georgia Street - Vancouver

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· 13 reviews

200 W Hastings St, Vancouver, BC V6B 1G8, Canada

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17. Western Front - Vancouver

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· 30 reviews

303 E 8th Ave E, Vancouver, BC V5T 1S1, Canada

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18. Queer Arts Festival & SUM gallery - Vancouver

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268 Keefer St #425, Vancouver, BC V6A 1X6, Canada

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19. Inuit Gallery Of Vancouver - North Vancouver City

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120 Carrie Cates Ct, North Vancouver, BC V7M 0G7, Canada

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