Light, Surface And Sound: Photography, Sculpture, Music And Film By Michael Snow

Photography, Sculpture, Music and Film by: Michael Snow

A selection of work regarding light and perception, following The Michael Snow Project, a large Toronto retrospective organized by the Art Gallery of Ontario and The Power Plant.
This Vancouver project will include an exhibition of photo-based works and a Music room.

Supported by the Canada Council and the Leon and Thea Koerner Foundation.


October 29 | Walking tour of the exhibition conducted by Michael Snow, starting at 2:15pm, followed by a reception.

November 3 | Duet concert by Michael Snow on piano and Jack Vorvis, percussionist, co-sponsored with the Western Front and Coastal Jazz and Blues Society. At the Western Front, 303 East 8th Avenue, as part of the series Time Flies.

November 17 & 24 | Michael Snow films at Pacific Cinematheque.

light surface and sound, Gallery Invitation - front
Gallery Invitation - front
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Gallery Invitation - back

Connections, meanings, and challenges.

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