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Vancouver Art Gallery’s Newest Exhibition Disorientations and Echo Opens Tomorrow May 29th

By Sophia Quinn

Vancouver Art Gallery’s Newest Exhibition Disorientations and Echo Opens Tomorrow May 29th

The Vancouver Art Gallery’s newest exhibition, Disorientations and Echo, opens tomorrow! The second in a series of exhibitions, the Vancouver Special showcase runs from tomorrow, May 28th 2021 until January 2nd 2022.

 

Disorientations and Echo will feature 32 well-established Vancouver-based artists and up-and-coming talent. Working with a variety of different mediums, this show is the perfect edition to your weekend plans. According to the VAG, the entire exhibition speaks to the thought-provoking themes of cultural resilience, the articulation of suppressed histories, the performance of identity and embodied knowledge.

 

This local-focused exhibition is a great initiative by the Vancouver Art Gallery to highlight the diverse techniques and abilities of these artists who make the city their playground in the creation of their art. Get immersed in Vancouver’s Art and Culture scene and support these local artists by checking it out.

 

You can purchase your tickets here to reserve your spot for the exhibition’s opening day.

Saturday Hours: 10am Р5pm 

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Address: 750 Hornby St

 

 

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Courtesy of the Vancouver Art Gallery