Anselmo Swan—Home
June 15 – July 10, 2020

Pendulum Gallery presents recent paintings and drawings by Anselmo Swan. The paintings are inspired by the artists’ twilight observations of homes in his Vancouver neighbourhood. Representing ideas of protection, safety and serenity these works take on poignancy and resonance in the context of our social and physical isolating times. Also on view are a selection… Read more »

What are u working on?
July 20 – August 14, 2020

Aimée Henny Brown | Bettina Matzkuhn | Brian Howell Ewan McNeil | Hank Bull | Hugh Kearney Jay Senetchko | Kari Kristensen | Lincoln Clarkes Marcus Bowcott | Shirley Wiebe | Tiko Kerr WHEN the health crisis hit, no one new where it was going, or what the impact would be on our lives. This… Read more »

Downtown Shopfront Murals
August 17 - September 18, 2020

Downtown Shopfront Murals Downtown Shopfront Murals #MakeArtWhileApart In March of this year, the COVID-19 pandemic began to seriously impact everyone around the globe. Public Health controls and guidelines were brought in that stressed social isolation and restrictions on people gathering in public places. In Vancouver, we were quick to act, but the effect of these… Read more »

Splash—Preview Exhibition
September 21 – October 16, 2020

Arts Umbrella presents a wide-ranging exhibition of painting, sculpture, drawing, photography, collage, print media and furniture design. Held annually at the Pendulum Gallery since 2003, this show is a preview of the works to be auctioned at Splash 2020 Special Edition on October 24. which will incorporate live on-line broadcast to multiple special locations on… Read more »

Ann Goldberg—Cake
October 19 – November 14, 2020

Ann Goldberg is a Vancouver-based painter concerned with issues of realism and the representation of everyday objects. Goldberg’s singular focus on the object elevates it from the ordinary and overlooked into an entity of complex beauty and contemplation. Goldberg masterfully walks the line between a lush, playful exuberance in subject matter, and the rigorous precision… Read more »

November 23 – December 30, 2020

There is a subset of artists that are also professional contractors and builders. The work of these artists is directly informed by their involvement in the construction and building trades. They share a common interest and appreciation of how things are made and the history behind the shaping of our man-made environment, acutely aware of… Read more »

Kriss Munsya—The Eraser
Jan 18 – Feb 26, 2021

Born in the Democratic Republic of Congo and raised in Brussels, Kriss Munsya is a graphic designer, photographer and award-winning filmmaker now living in Vancouver. His current series of photographs, The Eraser, explores the entangled terrain of race, gender and identity, much of it filtered through a childhood rife with discrimination and trauma. His work… Read more »

Peter Aspell—Cave Light Flickers
March 8 – March 26, 2021

Pendulum Gallery hosts a pop-up exhibition by Gallery Jones, presenting important paintings from the estate of Peter Aspell (1918-2004). Aspell is one of the most significant and enigmatic artists that this City has produced, and his influence continues to be seen in the work of the younger generation of artists working today. Peter Aspell was… Read more »

NPAC—Pictures of the Year
March 29 - April 23, 2021

The News Photographers Association of Canada (NPAC) presents an exhibition of nominated photographs for the 14th annual National Pictures of the Year awards. Held each year at the Pendulum Gallery, this event presents the outstanding work of NPAC members from 2020; and what a year it was. The Covid Pandemic was front and centre though-out… Read more »

May 3 – May 28, 2021

The 6th edition of the ParkerArtSalon is a two-venue affair in 2021, with the Pendulum Gallery hosting 50-plus artists from Parker studios in the downtown version for the exhibition Essential Travel. Gallery George will be hosting Best of Parker Street running concurrently with the Pendulum Gallery show. This year, ParkerArtSalon is being supported by Waddingtons,… Read more »