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Old Posted Jan 19, 2012, 8:32 AM
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An absolute must see, especially for Fred Herzog lovers:
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Massive New Exhibition Space To Open

Equinox Gallery is about to open a brand new massive exhibition space in one of the former industrial buildings on the former Finning Lands in east Vancouver.

Called Equinox Project Space, it contains 1,115 square metres (12,000 sq ft). That’s six times the size of the exhibition area of the gallery’s main floor on South Granville. The project space is bigger than the main floor of the Vancouver Art Gallery.

Equinox Project Space is being inaugurated with Fred Herzog: A Retrospective. The exhibition will contain all the photographs he’s editioned since 1953 – upwards of 180 works said Andy Sylvester, the gallery’s owner.

“It’s a big space: 12,000 square feet with 25 foot high ceilings,” Sylvester said. “I’m quite proud of it.”

Sylvester said the new exhibition space coincides with the gallery’s 40th anniversary. To mark the occasion, he decided to do something different from a retrospective of the gallery’s art and artists during the past four decades.

http://blogs.vancouversun.com/2012/0...space-to-open/
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Old Posted Feb 3, 2012, 6:20 PM
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Calling all coffee-house, art-loving types:




A decent timelapse video too.
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