|Emily Carr, Untitled (self-portrait), 1924-25, oil on paperboard|
Vancouver Art Gallery collection, Emily Carr Trust
The Vancouver Art Gallery (VAG) is launching a yearlong exhibition with highlights from the permanent collection of Emily Carr paintings.
Emily Carr: A Room of Her Own explores the intersection between celebrated Canadian artist Emily Carr and the Vancouver Art Gallery.
The exhibition, opening September 30, 2023 and on view through September 8, 2024, presents a selection of Carr's paintings from VAG's collection of 252 works of art -- the most important collection of Carr's art in the world.
Presented in a single room and guiding visitors via a timeline, the works offer a full range of Carr's artistic production: watercolors, canvases, oil on paper works, charcoal drawings, ceramics and textiles.
A Room of Her Own highlights four key areas:
Through archival materials and the works of Carr, this exhibition uncovers the ongoing connection between the Carr Collection and VAG, and the importance of Carr's placement in the new Vancouver Art Gallery at the Chan Centre for Performing Arts opening in 2028.
The exhibition is organized by the Vancouver Art Gallery and curated by Senior Curator Diana Freundl
750 Hornby Street
Vancouver BC V6Z 287
Friday, September 29, 2023
VANCOUVER ART GALLERY PRESENTS EMILY CARR: A ROOM OF HER OWN
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