Gallery Store

Gallery Store

The Gallery Store is one of Vancouver's greatest treasures. The store's knowledgeable and enthusiastic staff, and its wide–ranging, uniquely Canadian selection of contemporary art books, posters, paper goods, jewellery and designer giftware, including a broad range of Emily Carr merchandise, make it a truly satisfying shopping experience.

Vancouver Art Gallery
750 Hornby Street, Vancouver
BC V6Z 2H7
Hours
Daily 10am-5:30pm
Tuesdays until 9pm
Contact
Phone: 604.662.4706
gallerystore@vanartgallery.bc.ca
     
 
Holiday Hours Gallery Store
Saturday, December 24 10am-4pm
Sunday, December 25 CLOSED
Monday, December 26 10am-6pm
Saturday, December 31 10am-4pm
Sunday, January 1 CLOSED

 


Online Gallery Store



Visit the Vancouver Art Gallery Online Store now,
and shop current exhibition merchandise,
publications, and more!

Events

NOV 22
to DEC 3

Daily, 10am-5:30pm
Tues until 9pm

in the Gallery Store
and Art Rental & Sales Showroom

12 Days of Members Shopping

Mark your calendar! Gallery members always receive a 10% discount on purchases at the Gallery Store. As a special thank you to all for your ongoing support throughout the year, please join us at our annual holiday shopping event!

Simply bring your membership card to the Gallery Store during this time and receive 20% off all regularly priced merchandise. Members can also enjoy 10% off select pieces of original art from Art Rental & Sales ». Browse the online catalogue or visit the showroom Monday to Friday, 10am-5pm to see currently available pieces.

Some restrictions apply. All purchases support the Gallery’s programs.

 


Artist Editions




Limited edition artworks by Ai Wei Wei, Muntadas, Ian Wallace, Yan Fudong, Ken Lum, Sonny Assu, Fiona Tan, Scott McFarland, O Zhang, Gabriela Albergaria and Kyohei Sakaguchi are available at the Gallery Store.

 
PUBLICATIONS 2016

Vancouver Special: Ambivalent Pleasures


Available in the Gallery Store
144-page, full-colour, softcover catalogue
$39.95




Vancouver Special: Ambivalent Pleasures is accompanied by a catalogue co-published by the Vancouver Art Gallery and Black Dog Publishing. The book features texts and contributions from the exhibition curators as well as Andrew Berardini, William Gibson, Richard Hill, Steffanie Ling and Kim Nguyen.

Co-published by the Vancouver Art Gallery and Black Dog Publishing on the occasion of the exhibition Vancouver Special: Ambivalent Pleasures, curated by Daina Augaitis, Chief Curator/Associate Director, and Jesse McKee, Head of Strategy at 221A, with curatorial assistance from Mandy Ginson and presented from December 3, 2016 to April 17, 2017.


Walker Evans: Depth of Field


Available in the Gallery Store
408-page, full-colour, hardcover catalogue
$95




The American photographer Walker Evans shaped the history of 20th-century photography like no other. Born in 1903, he studied literature at the Sorbonne in Paris in the 1920s, where he became increasingly interested in European photography. After returning to the United States, Evans began to realize that the artistic material he was looking for was right in front of him—on the streets and in middle-class apartments. Walker Evans: Depth of Field collects more than 400 images from the photographer’s oeuvre, from his famous depression–era Farm Security Administration images to his later colour works, alongside essays from three of Evans’ friends, the photographers John T. Hill and Jerry Thompson and former Yale professor Alan Trachtenberg.

Co-published by the Josef Albers Museum Bottrop and High Museum of Art Atlanta in partnership with the Vancouver Art Gallery on the occasion of the exhibition Walker Evans: Depth of Field, organized by the Josef Albers Museum Bottrop and the High Museum of Art Atlanta and presented from October 29, 2016 to January 22, 2017 at the Vancouver Art Gallery.



Publications page »

Harry Callahan: The Street


Available online and in the Gallery Store
140-page, full-colour, hardcover catalogue
$49.95




Celebrating this extraordinary gift and addressing an area of Callahan’s activity that is not as widely known as other aspects of his production, Harry Callahan: The Street features more than 100 photographs made of the urban environment in Detroit, Chicago, New York, Atlanta, Cairo, Mexico and Morocco. The publication spans the montages produced in Detroit in the early 1940s up to the pictures he made along Peachtree Street in Atlanta from the mid-1980s until just a few years before his death in 1999.

Co-published by the Vancouver Art Gallery and Black Dog Publishing on the occasion of the exhibition Harry Callahan: The Street, curated by Grant Arnold and presented from June 1 to September 5, 2016.



Publications page »

MashUp Catalogue



Available online and in the Gallery Store
352-page, full-colour, hardcover catalogue
$82.00

From the moment Pablo Picasso and Georges Braque undertook the revolutionary gesture of adding a rectangle of floral wallpaper or a newspaper headline to their compositions, they initiated an immediate and fundamental shift in European art.MashUp: The Birth of Modern Culture documents the growth of mashup culture over the past century, including hundreds of works from artists such as Marcel Duchamp, Maison Martin Margiela, Barbara Kruger, Quentin Tarantino and Hito Steyerl; essays from Dawn Ades, Olia Lialina, David Katz, DJ Spooky and Bruce Grenville, among several others; and more than 250 full-colour illustrations.

Co-published by the Vancouver Art Gallery and Black Dog Publishing on the occasion of the exhibition MashUp: The Birth of Modern Culture, an exhibition organized by the Vancouver Art Gallery; curated by Daina Augaitis, Chief Curator/Associate Director, Bruce Grenville, Senior Curator, and Stephanie Rebick, Assistant Curator; and presented from February 20 to June 12, 2016.