This exhibition is the culmination of many conversations held through hosting of the Indigenous Intergenerational Exchange led by artists Marianne Nicolson, Marika Swan and educator/media maker Nikki Sanchez, in collaboration with 12 invited participants: Gerry Ambers, Aya Clappis, Ace Harry, Lisa Kenoras, Laura Manson, Jessica Mayhew, Feather Nault, Ross Neasloss Jr, Stephanie Papik, Coral Shaughnessy-Moon, Nabidu Taylor, and France Trepanier.
JULY 17, 2021 – OCTOBER 17, 2021
Emily Carr: Seeing + Being Seen
This exhibition is split into two sections. Half the gallery showing how she documented what was around her, highlighting many of the works she is praised and admired for today. The other half focusing on how artists and historians of various backgrounds and worldviews have, and continue to react to, and interpret her legacy and body of work.
Co-curated by Mel Granley and Nicole Stanbridge
JULY 17, 2021 – JULY 17, 2022
Howie Tsui: Retainers of Anarchy
Retainers of Anarchy is a solo exhibition featuring new work from Howie Tsui that considers wuxia as a narrative tool for dissidence and resistance.
Collaboratively organized by the Vancouver Art Gallery, Art Gallery of Greater Victoria and the Ottawa Art Gallery. The Art Gallery of Greater Victoria iteration curated by Michelle Jacques.
JUNE 12, 2021 – OCTOBER 24, 2021
Blue and White Exhibition
The AGGV exhibition, Blue and White, examines blue and white porcelain as a global product that contains diverse cultural traits in its birth, development and thriving.
Curated by Heng Wu, AGGV Curator of Asian Art and Michelle Jacques, Head of Exhibitions & Collections/Chief Curator Remai Modern
JANUARY 30, 2021 – JANUARY 30, 2022