Sixteen art galleries and antique dealers vie to bring the rare and beautiful to the discerning eye of our South Granville shopper. It’s a cultural tradition we can point to with pride—we’ve been “Gallery Row” since the ‘sixties, and today visitors from around the world enjoy the greatest concentration of art and antique galleries in the city of Vancouver.
|One of the most interesting things you can do… is stroll down what they call gallery row on South Granville in Vancouver.|
|THE VANCOUVER SUN|
Elissa Cristall Gallery presents an exhibition of watercolours by Vancouver artist Carrie Walker from March 7th to 28th, 2015.
Walker often uses animal imagery as […]
Marion Scott Gallery presents Plants, Objects, Landscapes: Drawings by Nicotye Samayualie until April 4
The Marion Scott Gallery (MSG) and Kardosh Projects are pleased to announce Plants, Objects, Landscapes: Drawings by Nicotye Samayualie. The exhibition, Samayualie’s first with […]
Transcendence is a new collection of both paintings and charcoal drawings on canvas by artist Andra Ghecevici on exhibition now at Petley Jones Gallery […]
Kurbatoff Gallery on South Granville presents new works by Gerda Marschall from February 19th to March 5th, 2015. An established Canadian artist, Marschall’s works […]
A celebration of art and a 45-year relationship with Bau-Xi Gallery! From February 7th to 21st, 2015 explore the creative worlds of artists Steven […]
The migration and settlement of the English in North America in the 17th to 19th centuries was marked by noticeable shifts in power, the […]
For the first time in six years Michael Levin is exhibiting in Vancouver. And Elissa Cristall Gallery presents Memento, an exhibition of Levin’s […]
Initial Gallery on South Granville presents Aftermath featuring recent work of Vancouver-based sculptor and owner of the well-respected Trench Gallery, Craig Sibley from January […]
South Granville has been known as Gallery Row since the 1960s, and has the greatest concentration of art and art galleries in Vancouver. This […]
Antique dealer Uno Langmann donates 18,000 historic pictures to UBC, The history of BC in photographs
On March 28, 1955, Uno Langmann arrived in Vancouver, intending to get as far away as he could from the Cold War that caused […]
Originally published by Rebecca Blissett, Contributing writer, Vancouver Courier, June 26, 2013
Event shows art can be both accessible and affordable
By 4 p.m. this past […]
Originally published June 19, 2013 posted by Mia Stainsby, Word of Mouth, Vancouver Sun Blog.
Call them tarty. These sisters won’t mind. Shawna and […]