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Helen Pitt Gallery


Artist-run since 1975, the Helen Pitt Gallery is an important venue for non-commercial and experimental performances and exhibitions. Youngsters, recent...

102-148 Alexander Street

Inuit Gallery of Vancouver

Art, Shops

Located in Gastown since 1979, this is a good place to take a look at Canadian aboriginal art from the North-west Coast, as well as the arctic regions....

206 Cambie Street

Marion Scott Gallery


Established in 1975, this is the best space in the city for Inuit art. Unlike most galleries that show native Canadian art - which can resemble production...

308 Water Street

Monte Clark Gallery

Critics' choice

You may have heard that Vancouver is a city that breeds conceptual photographers, documenters of the everyday and artists who like to point their lens at...

2339 Granville Street

Spirit Wrestler Gallery

Art, Shops

Spirit Wrestler Gallery takes in a range of work from aboriginal traditions, from Inuit to Maori and West Coast. However, the relatively small gallery makes...

47 Water Street

The Lawrence Eng Gallery


If Monte Clark has taken up the Jeff Wall tradition, Rodney Graham's presence can be felt at Tracey Lawrence. Tim Lee is probably its hottest artist right...

1531 W 4th Avenue

Vancouver Art Gallery

Art, Museums

The VAG is still best known for its extensive collection of works by the 1920s modernist Emily Carr, Canada's most celebrated female artist, who willed more...

750 Hornby Street
Major venue

Vancouver Art Gallery SuperSunday


Every third Sunday of the month, from noon until 5pm, the Vancouver Art Gallery opens its doors to school-age children eager to get hands-on about art. It...

750 Hornby Street

Western Front Artist-Run Centre

Critics' choice

Vancouver's original artist-run centre has been an essential part of the cultural scene for a generation. Many of Vancouver's biggest names passed through...

303 E 8th Avenue

Whip Restaurant Gallery

Art, Bars & pubs, Clubs

The South Main artsy set consciously avoid the yuppie narcissism of Yaletown - a stone's throw (or bathtub-toy ferry ride) away across False Creek - and...

209 E 6th Avenue