The South Granville Art Galleries Are Going Digital

South Granville is the destination for Vancouverites to discover fine art. But how can we discover art and artists, if we must stay home?

The South Granville art galleries adapted fast to the new situation to bring the experience of art into your homes. Live exhibition openings on social media, virtual gallery tours and artist talks – there is so much to explore!

BAU-XI GALLERY 

The beautiful contemporary art gallery Bau-Xi showcases their exhibitions online HERE and have a News section that provides a ‘behind the scenes’ lowdown.

DOUGLAS REYNOLDS GALLERY

The gallery specializes in historic and contemporary Northwest Coast native art and showcases museum quality pieces which make use of contemporary media such as resin, bronze, glass and aluminum. Its complete catalogue is available online.

ELISSA CRISTALL GALLERY 

Elissa is always looking for the most innovative, creative, and thoughtful art and artists. The gallery moved its exhibitions online! Find the current one HERE.

HEFFEL FINE ART AUCTION HOUSE

Heffel is Canada’s leading fine art auction house and presents artworks by many of the world’s leading artistic figures, like Warhol or Picasso. Their auctions are online and they are hosting a virtual gallery tour.

IAN TAN GALLERY 

Voted one of Vancouver’s best private art galleries, it offers an extensive overview of its represented artists and pieces, HERE.

KURBATOFF GALLERY 

Vancouver’s Best Commercial Art Gallery 2020, features artists in an  ‘Artist in Spotlight’ series, where you can learn about the artists, their work and their intentions.

MARION SCOTT GALLERY 

The Marion Scott Gallery has a long history of showcasing the best of contemporary art from the Canadian North. They conducted a virtual exhibition opening on Instagram Live in early April and made it possible for guests to have virtual chats with the artist!

PETLEY JONES GALLERY 

The Petley Jones Gallery is showing its exhibitions online and started a wonderful series called ‘Stories from Isolation’ which features artists telling about their experiences during the ongoing pandemic. First artist is Ann Vandervelde.

UNO LANGMANN LIMITED 

Canada’s leading authority on 17th, 18th and 19th-century European paintings, antiques and objets d’art. Currently hosting virtual exhibitions “Gardens in Spring” and “The James Houston Collection” as well as Recent Acquisitions.