Founded by Elizabeth Nichol in 1972, Equinox Gallery specializes in the long-term representation of Canadian artists as well as secondary market sales. Previously located in South Granville, the gallery moved in 2012 to a 12,000 square foot converted warehouse on the east side of Vancouver.
Equinox Gallery is committed to presenting the work of contemporary artists in the context of an international program. The gallery places many works in public and private museums, and works closely with private clients in developing their esteemed collections.
525 Great Northern Way, has become a cornerstone of Vancouver’s visual arts community and a major addition to the new Emily Carr Campus. The building at 525 is 18,700 square feet and currently houses the Equinox and Monte Clark galleries, drawing thousands of people to this emerging cultural precinct with two exceptional contemporary art spaces that are free for the public. As one of the last examples of False Creek’s industrial past, 525 was part of a larger Finning International complex. The warehouse was built in 1964 for welding and painting equipment and engines for Vancouver’s industrial customers.
Equinox Gallery will be embarking on a big move in 2020. Stay tuned for more details or join our mailing list for updates.