Arteries---Glenn-Lewis,-9-Sandowns-Lane-2013Glenn Lewis: From the Leach Pottery and St. Ives 1962/2013
Glenn Lewis
February 13th – March 22nd
Trench Contemporary Art (#102 – 148 Alexander St.)

Glenn Lewis: From the Leach Pottery and St. Ives 1962/2013 presents a selection of ceramics, photography and sculpture from Vancouver’s own conceptual multidisciplinary artist Glenn Lewis. The exhibit features the artist’s boundary bending 1960s conceptual ceramics and sculpture such as the fantastically phallic Traveller’s Companion Series, exhibited along with recent pottery and photography made while attending the Master Potter residency at the prestigious Leach Pottery Studio at St. Ives.

No Linguistic Content
Antonia Hirsch, Gabriel Mindel-Saloman, Luke Munn
February 1st – March 21st
221A (100 – 221 East Georgia St.)

It is a bright cold day in April, 1984…It’s not really, but recently the similarities between Orwell’s prolific dystopian world seem eerily close to our own urban environments. No Linguistic Content features new work by three Vancouver/Berlin based artists Antonia Hirsch, Gabriel Mindel-Saloman and Luke Munn who respond to the modes of urban control present in our own city and cities worldwide. Be sure to loiter afterwards.

Cindy Sherman meets Dzunuk’wa: From the Michael and Inna O’Brian Collection
Cindy Sherman, Beau Dick, Brian Jungen, Ann Kipling, Mary Pratt and others
February 13th – March 29th
Satellite Gallery (560 Seymour)

Cindy Sherman meets Dzunuk’wa is a rare opportunity to view the private collection Vancouver patrons of the arts of Michael and Inna O’Brien. Their extensive collection is curated for the first time by the four partner institutions of the Satellite Gallery, Museum of Anthropology, UBC, Presentation House Gallery, Charles H. Scott Gallery, Emily Carr University, and Morris and Helen Belkin Gallery, UBC. The selection of work combines a diverse and unexpected range of artists presented in conflict or compliment to spark conversation.

By Team BeatRoute
Artwork: Glenn Lewis

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