Gordon Smith
Selected Works on Paper

Gordon Smith (1919-2020) has been recognized as one of Canada’s most important modernists, working continuously to expand the dialogue between abstraction and representation. Through his extensive and lengthy career, his great respect for the natural world is in constant conversation with an aesthetic that is firmly exploratory in nature.
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Gordon Smith(1919-2020)不断努力扩大抽象与表现之间的对话,被公认为加拿大最重要的现代主义者之一。在他广泛而漫长的职业生涯中,他对自然世界的崇高敬意一直在与其探索自然美学之间进行对话。
Smith出生于英国,1933 年移民加拿大,就读于温尼伯艺术学院。二战结束归来后,他与妻子Marion在温哥华定居,并毕业于温哥华艺术学院。他的许多主要成就包括创建Gordon and Marion Smith Foundation(2002 年)、加拿大勋章(1996 年)、Audain视觉艺术终身成就奖(2007 年)以及视觉和媒体艺术总督奖( 2009)。
Gordon Smith 的作品被众多重量级艺术馆收藏,包括加拿大国家美术馆、安大略美术馆、现代艺术博物馆(纽约)、维多利亚和阿尔伯特博物馆(伦敦)及温哥华美术馆。
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2022

Gordon Smith
Selected Works on Paper
Equinox Gallery

2022

Gordon Smith
Selected Works on Paper
Equinox Gallery

2022

Gordon Smith
Selected Works on Paper
Equinox Gallery

Gordon Smith

Reflections r

2002

Acrylic on Paper

  • Image Size: 30 1/2" x 23 1/2"
    Frame Size: 40" x 32 1/2"
Gordon Smith

Untitled (Byway Trees)

n.d.

Acrylic on Paper

  • Image Size: 17 1/2" x 26"
    Frame Size: 28 1/2" x 36 1/2"
Gordon Smith

Houlgate Creek IX Shannon Falls

c. 1990

Acrylic on Paper

  • Image Size: 19" x 24"
    Frame Size: 28 1/2" x 33 1/2"
Gordon Smith

Untitled (Pond)

c. 1996

Acrylic on Paper

  • Image Size: 33 1/4" x 21 1/2"
    Frame Size: 43" x 30 3/4"
Gordon Smith

Reflections I

2002

Acrylic on Paper

  • Image Size: 24 1/4" x 29 1/4"
    Frame Size: 33 3/4" x 39 1/2"

Neil Wedman
New Arrivals

Neil Wedman takes recognizable forms aimed at achieving the appearance of photographs but fall perceptually between representation and abstraction. Wedman utilizes traditional artistic techniques to explore eccentric subjects such as exploding firework factories, dessert rainbows and flying saucers. An artist of the same era as Rodney Graham and Jeff Wall, Wedman’s work has a same penchant for humour, social commentary, and deconstructing photographic art. He shares key attributes with his hometown photo-brethren and has an inclination to question the medium of photography. Wedman has produced photographs, short films, and multi-media projects, but painting stands at the core of his studio practice.
Neil Wedman

Installation View

Neil Wedman

Installation View

Neil Wedman

Unnumbered Flying Saucer Study #4

2011

Conte Crayon on Laid Paper

  • 20 1/4" x 16 1/4"
Neil Wedman

Unnumbered Flying Saucer Study #11

2011

Conte Crayon on Laid Paper

  • 20 1/4" x 16 1/4"
Neil Wedman

Unnumbered Flying Saucer Study #7

2011

Conte Crayon on Laid Paper

  • 20 1/4" x 16 1/4"
Neil Wedman

Unnumbered Flying Saucer Study #6

2011

Conte Crayon on Laid Paper

  • 20 1/4" x 16 1/4"
Neil Wedman

Complaint Department 6

2017

Watercolour and Graphite on Paper

  • 14" x 15 3/4"
Neil Wedman

Complaint Department 5

2017

Watercolour and Graphite on Paper

  • 14" x 15 3/4"
Neil Wedman

Complaint Department 4

2017

Watercolour and Graphite on Paper

  • 14" x 15 3/4"
Neil Wedman

Complaint Department 3

2017

Watercolour and Graphite on Paper

  • 14" x 15 3/4"
Neil Wedman

Complaint Department 2

2017

Watercolour and Graphite on Paper

  • 14" x 15 3/4"
Neil Wedman

Complaint Department 1

2017

Watercolour and Graphite on Paper

  • 14" x 15 3/4"

Hana Amani
The Abyss

Since moving to our new location at 3642 Commercial Street, Equinox has been working on a series of special projects with emerging artists and curators. For our first collaboration, we’re delighted to present an installation of works in our side gallery and online viewing room by Hana Amani.
Hana Amani is a Sri Lankan born visual artist, future folklorist, and emerging curator based in Vancouver. She graduated from Emily Carr University of Art + Design in 2019 with a BFA in Visual Communication, Design and Printmaking.
Amani’s work focuses primarily on the politics, taboos, and identities of women of Asian-Islamic descent. Her trilogy of etchings, Scheherazade’s Dream, that analyze a trio of mythological women in Abrahamic texts through the lens of sexuality, identity, and gender politics was recently featured in The Capilano Review.

Installation View

Hana Amani: The Abyss
September 11 - October 9, 2021

  • Rachel Topham Photography

Installation View

Hana Amani: The Abyss
September 11 - October 9, 2021

  • Rachel Topham Photography
Hana Amani

Venus

2021

Acrylic, Pencil Crayon, and Sumi Ink on Paper

  • Image size: 17” x 14”
    Frame size: 18” x 15 1/4”
  • Photo: Byron Dauncey
Hana Amani

Tiamat

2021

Acrylic, Pencil Crayon, and Sumi Ink on Paper

  • Image size: 17” x 14”
    Frame size: 18” x 15 1/4”
  • Photo: Byron Dauncey
Hana Amani

Orbit

2021

Acrylic, Pencil Crayon, and Sumi Ink on Paper

  • Image size: 17” x 14”
    Frame size: 18” x 15 1/4”
  • Photo: Byron Dauncey
Hana Amani

Summoning

2021

Acrylic, Pencil Crayon, and Sumi Ink on Paper

  • Image size: 17” x 14”
    Frame size: 18” x 15 1/4”
  • Photo: Byron Dauncey
Hana Amani

Metamorphosis

2021

Acrylic, Pencil Crayon, and Sumi Ink on Paper

  • Image size: 17” x 14”
    Frame size: 18” x 15 1/4”
  • Photo: Byron Dauncey
Hana Amani

Eden

2021

Acrylic, Pencil Crayon, and Sumi Ink on Paper

  • Image size: 17” x 14”
    Frame size: 18” x 15 1/4”
  • Photo: Byron Dauncey
Hana Amani

Pulse

2021

Acrylic, Pencil Crayon, and Sumi Ink on Paper

  • Image size: 17” x 14”
    Frame size: 18” x 15 1/4”
  • Photo: Byron Dauncey
Hana Amani

Embryo

2021

Acrylic, Pencil Crayon, and Sumi Ink on Paper

  • Image size: 17” x 14”
    Frame size: 18” x 15 1/4”
  • Photo: Byron Dauncey
Hana Amani

Medusa

2021

Acrylic, Pencil Crayon, and Sumi Ink on Paper

  • Image size: 17” x 14”
    Frame size: 18” x 15 1/4”
  • Photo: Byron Dauncey
Hana Amani

Flow

2021

Acrylic, Pencil Crayon, and Sumi Ink on Paper

  • Image size: 17” x 14”
    Frame size: 18” x 15 1/4”
  • Photo: Byron Dauncey