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From artist editions to exhibition catalogues, find what you’re looking for in our newly designed online bookstore store.
From artist editions to exhibition catalogues, find what you’re looking for in our online bookstore store.
grunt gallery is launching a new community art screen at Kingsway and Broadway in Vancouver! Our inaugural program, PLACE, looks at a changing Mount Pleasant through the lens of the artists and residents who live here.
Get Four Faces of the Moon, ARCTICNOISE and Journey to Kaho’olawe for $45 (regular $65)!
Our deadline for artist and curator submissions to grunt gallery is coming up.
The Making of an Archive book is now available for purchase at our bookstore! The book is edited by Jacqueline Hoàng Nguyễn, grunt gallery’s Curator Vanessa Kwan and Archives Manager Dan Pon, with contributions by Liz Park, Gabrielle Moser, Fatima Jaffer, Dan Pon and Tara Robertson, Maiko Tanaka and an introduction by Vanessa Kwan. The publication is designed by Chris Lee.
MOUNT PLEASANT COMMUNITY ART SCREEN
“Pink noise” is a specialized frequency with a specific relationship to human biorhythms that is said to increase focus and productivity. This concept provides the aesthetic criteria and an instigator for interaction in Pink Noise Pop Up—a research project initiated by Instant Coffee that embraces colour and sound as conduits for emotional connection.
grunt gallery presents the upcoming exhibition by Instant Coffee with four Canadian artists showing in South Korea for the first time: Jeneen Frei Njootli, Krista Belle Stewart, Ron Tran and Casey Wei. Installations and performances by Korean artists will also be featured. Pink Noise Pop Up is curated by Vanessa Kwan (Curator of grunt gallery) and Inyoung Yeo (Director of Space One)
Pink Noise Pop Up will unfold simultaneously at Space One, an artist-run center, and ONE AND J. Gallery +1, a commercial space for emerging artists. Working within the context of both mainstream and alternative sites (in addition to the neighourhoods they occupy), the exhibition combines the aesthetics of consumer display with the improvisational play of social interaction.
Check back here for updates on Pink Noise Pop Up.
We gratefully acknowledge the financial support of the Province of British Columbia.