Here and Now
March 27 – April 28, 2023

Jaiden George | Khim Hipol | Tom Hsu | Alexine McLeod | Dana Qaddah | Issac Thomas | Ian Wallace | Gloria Wong | Jin-me Yoon | Karen Zalamea Here and Now celebrates Capture’s tenth anniversary by commissioning ten local artists to create new lens-based artworks. These artists, selected for their varied approaches to the… Read more »

Charles Rea — Playful Nature / for Mary Janeway
May 1 – May 12, 2023

Charles Rea

Vancouver artist Charles Rea’s collaboration and tribute to his late wife Mary Janeway developed over a 17-month period during which time Janeway battled cancer. A thoughtful and expressive body of work grew from reflections on their life together, with the give and take of their relationship contributing to the conceptual and formal underpinnings of the… Read more »

wîskwêpitâkan – sacred bundle
June 19 – July 14, 2023

Honouring Those Lost to the Residential School System Two years ago, the Tk’emlúps te Secwépemc First Nation announced the discovery of 215 unmarked burial sites on the grounds of the former Kamloops Residential School. In the months that followed, revelations of thousands of similar sites revealed a sliver of the devastation settler colonialism has wrought… Read more »

process+form — Bernadette Phan | Andrea Taylor
July 17 – August 18, 2023

Exhibition: process+form

This exhibition brings together two artists whose work, while based in different processes and conceptual concerns, are more fully read and understood in the context of the other. It is the frisson contained in their seemingly opposing natures that creates a place for a dialogue of meaning and purpose. Taylor who works mainly as sculptor,… Read more »

Tiko Kerr | Otoniya J. Okot Bitek – if becomes when
August 21 – September 22, 2023

Tiko Kerr - Poet in Summer Landscape, 2023

Tiko Kerr is a local artist who since the 1980’s, has been an important figure in the Vancouver cultural scene through his artmaking and community activism. Kerr’s work is fundamentally informed by how he personally sees the world and the way human vision functions to interpret the world. This multi-part installation derives from Kerr’s long-time… Read more »

Splash 2023
September 25 – October 19, 2023

Splash 2023

Arts Umbrella presents a wide-ranging exhibition of painting, sculpture, photography, and print media by many of Canada’s leading artists. Held annually at Pendulum Gallery since 2003, the exhibition is a preview of the works to be auctioned at the 41st edition of Splash Art Auction on October 21, taking place at The Fairmont Hotel Vancouver… Read more »

Eastside Culture Crawl — Out of Control
October 23–November 24, 2023

Jo Ann Kronquist — The Fossilized Collection Going Places

Out of Control is a multi-venue Preview Exhibition of the 2023 Eastside Art Crawl. Pendulum Gallery is pleased to participate as one of the four cross-city locations for this salon-style curated exhibition, giving a downtown presence for this popular East Side open-studio event. This year’s multi-venue preview exhibition is informed by the idea of being… Read more »

Jolinda Linden — METHODS
Nov 27 – Dec 16, 2023

olinda Linden - Soup Can (Warhol Tribute), 2022

METHODS is a survey of artist Jolinda Linden’s themes and working methodology developed during her career as a porcelain-based artist. Her practice is based in a dedicated and determined exploration into the properties of clay, which she pushes to its artistic and physical limits. Underlying her process is an approach which limits the formal qualities… Read more »

The Lantern City Chigiri-e: The Language of Paper
February 5 – March 1, 2024

The Lantern City

The Lantern City is a celebration of the Lunar New Year taking place in various locations across Vancouver in February. Artists from a wide-range of creative and cultural backgrounds work with the festival to produce large-scale illuminated lanterns featuring their artwork. Pendulum Gallery is participating in the Festival for the first time this year and… Read more »

Hugh Kearney – Big Boy and his Adventures at the Circus
March 4 – March 28, 2024

Hugh Kearney

Over the course of the 20th Century, art movements such as Surrealism, Cubism, De Stijl and Colour Field, have put forward their interpretations of abstraction. Contemporary artists working with Abstraction today largely derive their styles and techniques from these and other historical movements. Over the last 100-plus years, abstraction has proven to be one of… Read more »