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ART EXHIBITIONS IN SOUTH GRANVILLE FOR APRIL 2018

Posted on 7th APRIL 2018

South Granville’s art galleries offer a wide selection of solo, feature or group shows to keep you topped up with creative inspiration throughout the year. Here is a short selection of the latest art exhibitions in the frame for your cultural calendar in April. One of the highlights for the month is the Capture Photography Festival, an annual celebration of photography and lens-based art in Vancouver. For all art galleries and currently showing artwork, refer to our Arts & Culture list.

Kurbatoff Art Gallery: Group Show By Gallery Artists – Until April 25

Kurbatoff Gallery offers a thoroughly selected, diverse collection of contemporary paintings, sculptures, and photography.  The group show features a selection and rotation of art from over 28 artists represented by the gallery.

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Audrey Heburn II
by Elisabetta Fantone
Acrylic and Resin on Canvas
36 x 36 in.

Kurbatoff Gallery
2435 Granville Street
Vancouver, BC V6H 3G5
604 736 5444
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Petley Jones Gallery: 2018 Capture Photography Festival – April 5 to 19

Petley Jones Gallery is celebrating the Capture Photography Festival by featuring the works of Linda Vermeulen and Ron Smid.

Sweet Summer Slumber
by Linda Vermeulen
Digital photo on archival enhanced matte paper with pigmented inks
18 x 12.5 in.

Petley Jones Gallery
2245 Granville Street
Vancouver, BC V6H 3G1
604 732 5353
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Bau-Xi Gallery: Brand by Andre Petterson for 2018 Capture Photography Festival – April 14 to 28

 During the 2018 Capture Photography Festival, the Bau-Xi Gallery presents Brand, an exhibition by Andre Petterson. He is a multi-media artist who attempts to capture the essence of a split-second in time. His current photography-based work explores various themes of lighting to create elements of mystery. Rembrandt and the Dutch masters’ use of light have strongly influenced Petterson; important elements are highlighted and the mind must fill in the rest. See here to view the collection. Opening Reception: Saturday, April 14,  2:00 – 4:00pm, Artist in Attendance.

Chicken
Mixed Media on Panel, Unframed
36 X 72 in

Bau-Xi Gallery
3045 Granville Street
Vancouver, BC V6H 3J9
604 733 7011
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Ian Tan Gallery: Collective Noun Exhibition for 2018 Capture Photography Festival – April 7 to 30

During the 2018 Capture Photography Festival, Ian Tan Gallery presents Collective Noun featuring artists David Ellingsen, Laara Cerman, Kevin Lanthier, and Kristopher Grunert. This exhibition is curated by Pennylane Shen and Kevin Lanthier.

Oxeye Daisy
by Laara Cerman
Chromogenic print on metallic paper, trans-mounted between aluminum and 4.5mm acrylic
48 x 48 in. (also available in 71 x 71 in.)
Edition of 9

Ian Tan Gallery
2342 Granville Street
Vancouver, BC V6H 3G3
604 738 1077
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Elissa Cristall Gallery: Figure Work Exhibition – April 14 to May 19

Elissa Cristall Gallery is pleased to present Figure Work, a group exhibition that looks at different interpretations of the figure. The exhibition considers the timeless tradition of figuration through direct representation, collage and superheroes. The artists employ various media and pictorial strategies creating scenes of the real and the imaginary. Figure Work includes painting, collage, and sculptural dioramas from Sara Caracristi, Jessica Korderas, Jessie McNeil, Bruce Turnbull, Jeroen Witvliet.

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Start of a Journey
by Sara Caracristi
mixed media on panel, 2018
30 x 36 in.

Elissa Cristall Gallery
2239 Granville Street
Vancouver, BC V6H 3G1
604 730 9611
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Uno Langmann Fine Art: Danish Golden Era – April 1 to 30

Turbulent times in history lead to volatile artistic achievements. In the early 19th Century, Copenhagen was almost annihilated by British troops, which brought upon an extremely influential art movement across the country. During that era, artists created a unified artistic identity by capturing the Nordic landscapes. The unique style focused on the tonal mastery of capturing natural scenery and this influenced the direction of Danish painting for centuries to come. This exhibition showcases the works of Danish artists in the late 19th century and early 20th including works by Peder Monsted, Carl Frederic Aagaard, Frederik Winther, Godfred Christensen

Autumn Meadow Landscape With Cattle At A Water Hole
Carl Frederic Aagaard (Danish 1833-1895), 19264
oil on canvas, signed and dated lower left “C.F. Aagaard, 1884”

Uno Langmann Limited Fine Art
2117 Granville Street
Vancouver, BC V6H 3E9
604-736-8825
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Header Image Credit: Oxeye Daisy by Laara Cerman, Ian Tan Gallery

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