Summer Group Show
Equinox is happy to share with you a curated selection of contemporary works brought together to generate conversations around colour, shadow, texture and form. This exhibition highlights works by artists with new connections to Equinox Gallery as well as those with long-standing relationships with the gallery.
This exhibition includes the works of Sonny Assu, Bobbie Burgers, Gathie Falk, Erin McSavaney, Philippe Raphanel, Gordon Smith, Takao Tanabe, Neil Wedman, Etienne Zack, and more.
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Catalogue of the exhibition Etienne Zack at the Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal from February 4 – April 25, 2010.
50 Years | 50 Stories
Equinox Gallery marks its 50th anniversary in 2022. To celebrate this institutional milestone and offer a glimpse into aspects of gallery life from the past 5 decades, we present 50 Years | 50 Stories, an eclectic mix of artworks that trigger significant triumphs and challenges, personal anecdotes, and creative strategies. As one of the anchors of the nation’s commercial art sector with over 400 exhibitions to its credit, we have represented many of Canada’s top talents in tandem with international artworld giants. Through a selection of works by artists who have been featured at the gallery, this exhibition is an opportunity to consider the gallery’s focus on developing artists’ careers in the context of larger and ever-shifting art world narratives.
While much has changed at the gallery over the past 50 years, our long-term relationships with artists and collectors (both public and private) remain central to the gallery’s ethos. It is by nurturing such deep-rooted connections that we are able to contribute to the significant role art plays in enriching people’s lives.
Andy, Sophie, Hannah, Chantelle, Lulu
Reflections on a Quiet City
Reflections on a Quiet City
Equinox Gallery is pleased to present a solo exhibition of new works by Etienne Zack. This series brings together photography and painting, creating compositions based on Zack’s memories walking through urban spaces, making visual notes and taking photographs.
“Very much like taking a walk in the city, I paint the composition as if I was ‘there’ depicting the city as I remember it, painting it as if I’m walking forward looking around.”
– Etienne Zack, 2020
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本次展览展示了艺术家Christopher Pratt, Sonny Assu, Kim Dorland, Erin McSavaney, Jack Shadbolt, Gordon Smith和Etienne Zack的部分作品。
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Etienne Zack, Consolidate, 2019
Etienne Zack, Daylight Memo, 2022
Etienne Zack, Adjourned, 2020