Category Archives: Exhibitions

Beauty of Life In Psychosis

Beauty of Life In Psychosis  May 13 – June 3  Opening: Fri May 13 / 6 – 8 Beauty of Life In Psychosis, or BLIP, was a peer-run project that brought together young people who identified as experiencing psychosis or unusual perceptions/beliefs for a series of workshops to make and discuss art together. The exhibition features […]

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ELBO

ELBO is an impressive survey of paintings, drawings and sculptures by Laurie Marshall, who signs his work under the moniker, ‘elbo’. Laurie’s dense pictorial fields  draw you in with textural complexity; layer upon layer, over and over, paint is built-up and scrapped back – heavily contoured subjects held together by interlacing daubed  marks.  April 1 […]

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Guerrilla Art

  Guerrilla Art is a public art poster project of provocative artwork and poems by Bruce Ray, a longstanding member of Gallery Gachet. Ray’s posters are socially and critically charged works that speak directly to political critique and issues around mental health, while the poster format emphasizes accessibility for viewing his artwork at street-level. The Guerrilla Art posters (a […]

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Honour Their Names

Honour Their Names is an art-show and organizing space, planned to mark International Day Against Police Brutality (March 15). This event takes place on the unceded territories of the xʷməθkʷəy̓əm (Musqueam), səlilwətaɬ (Tsleil-Waututh) and Sḵwx̱wú7mesh (Squamish) Nations. From March 15-19 the show will be exhibited at Gallery Gachet, alongside workshops & programming that honours Indigenous […]

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The 14th Annual Oppenheimer Park Community Art Show

The year’s exhibition asks us to consider what makes a place. As one of the few green spaces in the DTES, and one of the oldest surviving parks in the city, Oppenheimer’s history, relational systems, and matter of being is complex; here there is a sense of resilience, activism, celebration, and community. 

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In Print: The 13th Annual Oppenheimer Park Community Art Book

The Oppenheimer Park Community Art Show — the tradition continues through the pandemic in the form of a book featuring the artwork and insight of 40 artists and community leaders connected to or displaced from Oppenheimer Park, the green space known as Lek’lekí, the Powell Street Grounds, Paureu gai, the backyard of the Downtown Eastside; […]

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Fear and Care for the Fate of the World

December 20 – 22, 2020 land-based and online gachetfromaway.org Artists: Afuwa, BUSH Gallery, aly de la cruz yip, Chandra Melting Tallow, and Cecily Nicholson, Mercedes Eng, Hari Alluri & Junie Désil

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THIS IS GREAT MATERIAL

Krystle Coughlin Silverfox, Hats’adän echo (Elders teachings), 2020. 18 in x 12 in. Image courtesy the artist.July 17 – August 21, 2020 online exhibition & poster series opening July 17   gachetfromaway.org Artists: Afuwa, Tamara Bond, Krystle Coughlin Silverfox, Marissa Diamond, Mary Phyllis O’Toole

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Postponed: Jackie Dives | A Room for the Pain

April 17 – May 23 | Capture Photography Festival Selected Exhibition Capture Photography Festival opens today with an excellent program, now reconceptualized. This year’s Festival includes A Room for the Pain, a solo exhibition by Jackie Dives at Gallery Gachet originally scheduled for April 17 to May 23 and now postponed.

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Eli Howey | Passageways

February 28 – April 4, 2020 Including sculpture, printmaking, book arts, and community engagement, Passageways is a solo exhibition by Eli Howey based on a series of watercolour and gouache paintings of the same title. In the series, characters in shadowy environments interact with surrounding objects and flora.

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