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Current Exhibitions

  • Exhibition
  • Shirley Bruno, Aleesa Cohene, Caroline Monnet, Cauleen Smith

    Codes of silence

    January 28, 2023 - April 2, 2023

    Within the public sphere, the voice is vital for expressing untold stories, collective identities, and political perspectives; when the voice is quieted, we tend to think of censorship or the marginalization of oral histories. Codes of silence radically overturns this illusory binary with videos in which the voice is muted, withheld, or unexplained in ways that cultivate interiority and intimacy.…

  • Exhibition
  • Mike Bourscheid:

    Sunny Side Up and other sorrowful stories

    January 28, 2023 - April 2, 2023

    Mike Bourscheid melds family anecdotes, fictional tales, domestic work, and tropes of masculinity—from clown to cowboy—in his new body of work Sunny Side Up and other sorrowful stories. Bringing together several sculptural works and a short film starring the artist, Sunny Side Up functions as a stage or set ready to be activated. Bourscheid’s signature sense of play and …

  • Exhibition
  • Galleria @ City Hall
  • Karen Leon: Home

    January 13, 2023 - May 2, 2023

    Home is a series of three acrylic paintings that showcases Leon’s Ecuadorian background in tandem with nostalgic memories of her childhood in Richmond. Growing up in Canada, Leon did not see much representation of Ecuadorian–or Latin American–culture in general. She aims to make space for anyone who might recognize elements of their culture in her work. Inspired by everyday experiences,

  • Exhibition
  • Galleria @ City Hall
  • Janette Calubad: Journey

    January 13, 2023 - May 2, 2023

    Journey is a series of five acrylic paintings that depicts the clouds of British Columbia using what Calubad describes as a “hyper-impressionistic” approach, in which she pays special attention to texture, movement, and light. Rendered with a seemingly flattened perspective, these paintings are nonetheless filled with layers that convey emotions and sentiments that Calubad restrains from expressing in her daily

  • Exhibition
  • Off-Site
  • Chad Wong

    Empty Spaces that Fill My Heart

    April 1, 2022 - February 28, 2023

    Presented in partnership with the Capture Festival, City of Richmond Public Art and the Canada Line Public Art Program.

    Empty Spaces that Fill My Heart is a photographic diptych connecting Richmond and Vancouver’s Chinatowns. In this work, Chad Wong presents abstracted fragments of the awnings and hallways of the Hong Kong-style cafes and Chinese Canadian malls he grew up visiting. …

  • Exhibition
  • Off-Site
  • Kyla Bourgh

    Objects given to my mom because she is Asian

    April 1, 2022 - February 28, 2023

    Presented in partnership with City of Richmond Public Art and Canada Line Public Art Program – InTransit BC

    Kyla Bourgh’s installation at Lansdowne Station presents objects that have been given to the artist’s mother over the past fifty years. Each object is associated with an “Asian style” and was gifted to her because of her physical and cultural identity. Bourgh’s …

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