In Our Back Gallery
Still Life

In Our Back Gallery
Still Life

Equinox Gallery is pleased to present Still Life, a selection of works by Mary Pratt, Gathie Falk, Devon Knowles, Rodney Graham, and Charles Gagnon.
For more details or a full list of works, please contact us at info@equinoxgallery.com or (604) 736 – 2405.

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New Year, New Work
Selected Works by Gallery Artists

New Year, New Work
Selected Works by Gallery Artists

For our first exhibition of 2021, Equinox presents a selection of paintings and photographic work by gallery artists Adad Hannah, Erin McSavaney, Marten Elder, Gordon Smith, Ben Reeves, Gathie Falk, Renée Van Halm, Jack Shadbolt and Bobbie Burgers. A rotating selection of works by Fred Herzog are also on view in our side gallery.
For more details on these or other works by these artists, please contact the gallery at info@equinoxgallery.com.

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Gathie Falk: Ceramic Sculpture, 1967-1976

Gathie Falk: Ceramic Sculpture, 1967-1976

This book is published on the occasion of the exhibition Gathie Falk: Ceramic Sculpture (1967-1976) presented by Equinox Gallery at Frieze Masters, London, UK, October 5-7, 2018.

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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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Gathie Falk:
New Paintings and Sculpture

Gathie Falk:
New Paintings and Sculpture

Over the past sixty years, Gathie Falk has traversed the mediums of performance, sculpture, painting, drawing, ceramics, and installation establishing her practice as one of a true original. This exhibition continues Falk’s devotion and keen observations of everyday objects with the added, and perhaps unintentional, promise of rebirth by revisiting a number of ideas, from the idiosyncratic fruit piles that infuse minimalism with domestic content, to clothing elements that explore ritual, gender, and status.

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Gathie Falk:
The Things in My Head

Gathie Falk:
The Things in My Head

Featuring 70 works from both public and private collections, The Things in My Head is the largest exhibition of Falk’s work in 15 years and establishes Gathie Falk as a pivotal figure in relation to the Pop Art, Conceptual Art, and feminist art movements in Canada.
Over the past sixty years, Gathie Falk has deftly traversed the mediums of performance, sculpture, painting, drawing, ceramics, and installation establishing herself as a true multi-disciplinarian. Her bold disregard for convention has led to an expansive practice that is fueled by a desire to transform her mediums as much as her subjects. This exhibition recognizes the continuum of an incredible artist by featuring a number of ideas that have been revisited by Falk over the decades, from the fruit piles that infuse minimalism with domestic content, to the sculptures, photographs and performance works that explore body types and rituals. The works are as rigorous and pertinent today as they were in the 1960s when Falk was making the first installations and performances in Canada. Now at the age of 87, Falk continues to undertake projects that require the development of a new understanding of material and practice, and the result is a body of work that not only stands the test of time, but reflects her position as one of Canada’s most significant artists.

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Gathie Falk, Veneration of the White Collar Worker, 1973

Gathie Falk, Veneration of the White Collar Worker, 1973

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Gathie Falk, Untitled, 2019

Gathie Falk, Water 2019, 2019

Gathie Falk, Blue Running Shoes, 2019

Gathie Falk, Blue Running Shoes, 2019

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