Christopher Pratt

Christopher Pratt

Equinox presents a selection of paintings by artists Christopher Pratt, Sonny Assu, Kim Dorland, Erin McSavaney, Jack Shadbolt, Gordon Smith, and Etienne Zack.
For more details or a full list of works, please contact us at info@equinoxgallery.com or (604) 736 – 2405.

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Together Apart

Together Apart

Together Apart is an exploration of connections between artists over time and place. This exhibitions features works by Adad Hannah, Eadweard Muybridge, Al McWilliams, Nicole Ondre, Erin McSavaney, Frank Stella, Fred Herzog, Vivian Maier, Gathie Falk, Gordon Smith, Douglas Coupland, Jack Shadbolt, Geoffrey Farmer, Kim Dorland, Peter Doig, Neil Wedman, Edward Ruscha, Renée Van Halm, Takao Tanabe, Marion Nicoll, Sonny Assu, Claes Oldenburg, Louise Bourgeois, and Shuvinai Ashoona. 

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Winter Works on Paper

Jack Shadbolt

Jack Shadbolt

Lavishly illustrated with the art of Jack Shadbolt, and chronicling Shadbolt’s development, the author has created a portrait that gives an insightful look at the nature of the artistic sensibility, with liberal excerpts from the painter’s own writing

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Some Drawings:
A Group Exhibition

Some Drawings:
A Group Exhibition

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Jack Shadbolt:
The Ghost Universe

Jack Shadbolt:
The Ghost Universe

Jack Shadbolt (1909 – 1998) was an influential Vancouver modernist whose experimentations with abstract painting resonated both within Canada and internationally. The body of work presented here was made in the post-war period when Shadbolt was developing his formal vocabulary as a painter. Shadbolt was one of several artists who returned to Canada after the war with a profound sense of uncertainty about the future, and whose practice looked to new imagery to express a sense of social disruption during the post-war years.
In relationship to The Ghost Universe are a selection of works by B.C. Binning, Gordon Smith, Molly Lamb Bobak, Bruno Bobak and Marion Nicoll. While stylistically diverse, these artists shared an awareness of the anxieties and uncertainties during the post-war era as well as an eagerness to explore abstraction as a means of expression.

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Jack Shadbolt, Modular Variation M (I 26), n.d.

Jack Shadbolt, Modular Variation M (I 26), n.d.

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Jack Shadbolt, Untitled (F 80)

Jack Shadbolt, Summer Suite, 1979

Jack Shadbolt, Summer Suite, 1979

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Jack Shadbolt, End of Season, 1993

Jack Shadbolt, End of Season, 1993

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