Gallery Store

Gallery Store

The Gallery Store is one of Vancouver's greatest treasures. The store's knowledgeable and enthusiastic staff, and its wide–ranging, uniquely Canadian selection of contemporary art books, posters, paper goods, jewellery and designer giftware, including a broad range of Emily Carr merchandise, make it a truly satisfying shopping experience.

Vancouver Art Gallery
750 Hornby Street, Vancouver
BC V6Z 2H7
Daily 10am-5:30pm
Tuesdays until 9pm
Phone: 604.662.4706

Due to popular demand, the Gallery Store will remain open on select evenings have been extended during the final week of Claude Monet’s Secret Garden.

Wednesday Sept 27: 10am–9pm
Thursday Sept 28: 10am–9pm
Saturday Sept 30: 10am–9pm


Monet Pop-Up Shop

Visit the Gallery pop-up shop as you exit Claude Monet’s Secret Garden to find a unique selection of items inspired by the exhibition, including stationary, mugs, posters, books, wall hangings and much more! Open daily from 10am-5pm; Tuesdays until 9pm.


Online Gallery Store

Visit the Vancouver Art Gallery Online Store now,
and shop current exhibition merchandise,
publications, and more!

Artist Editions

Limited edition artworks by Ai Wei Wei, Muntadas, Ian Wallace, Yan Fudong, Ken Lum, Sonny Assu, Fiona Tan, Scott McFarland, O Zhang, Gabriela Albergaria and Kyohei Sakaguchi are available at the Gallery Store.

Susan Point: Spindle Whorl

Susan Point: Spindle Whorl

Available in the Gallery Store
160-page, full-colour, hardcover catalogue

Susan Point: Spindle Whorl Susan Point: Spindle Whorl is accompanied by a catalogue co-published by the Vancouver Art Gallery and Black Dog Publishing. The book features 130 colour reproductions and texts and contributions from Grant Arnold, Susan Point, Jeff Cannell, Kathryn Bunn-Marcuse and Myrtle Mckay.

Co-published by the Vancouver Art Gallery and Black Dog Publishing on the occasion of the exhibition Susan Point: Spindle Whorl , curated by Ian Thom, Senior Curator-Historical and Grant Arnold, Audain Curator of British Columbia Art and presented from February 18 to May 28, 2017.

Howie Tsui: Retainers of Anarchy

Howie Tsui: Retainers of Anarchy

Available in the Gallery Store
95-page, full-colour, hardcover catalogue

Howie Tsui’s solo exhibition Retainers of Anarchy considers wuxia as a narrative tool for dissidence and resistance. Wuxia, a traditional form of martial arts literature that expanded into 20th century popular film and television, was created out of narratives and characters often from lower social classes that uphold chivalric ideals against oppressive forces during unstable times. The title work, Retainers of Anarchy, is a 28-metre scroll-like video installation that references life during the song dynasty (960–1279 CE), but undermines its idealized portraiture of social cohesion by setting the narrative in Kowloon’s notorious walled city—an ungoverned tenement of disenfranchised individuals in Hong Kong which was demolished in 1994.

This accompanying catalogue features Tsui’s animated key frame drawings creatively interpreted in book form with contributing texts by Alice Ming Wai Jim, Diana Freundl, Michelle S. Gewurtz and Michelle Jacques.

Co-published by the Ottawa Art Gallery and Art Gallery of Greater Victoria in partnership with the Vancouver Art Gallery on the occasion of the exhibition Howie Tsui: Retainers of Anarchy, collaboratively organized by the Vancouver Art Gallery, Art Gallery of Greater Victoria and Ottawa Art Gallery. The Vancouver iteration is curated by Diana Freundl, Associate Curator, Asian Art.

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MashUp Catalogue

Available online and in the Gallery Store
352-page, full-colour, hardcover catalogue

From the moment Pablo Picasso and Georges Braque undertook the revolutionary gesture of adding a rectangle of floral wallpaper or a newspaper headline to their compositions, they initiated an immediate and fundamental shift in European art.MashUp: The Birth of Modern Culture documents the growth of mashup culture over the past century, including hundreds of works from artists such as Marcel Duchamp, Maison Martin Margiela, Barbara Kruger, Quentin Tarantino and Hito Steyerl; essays from Dawn Ades, Olia Lialina, David Katz, DJ Spooky and Bruce Grenville, among several others; and more than 250 full-colour illustrations.

Co-published by the Vancouver Art Gallery and Black Dog Publishing on the occasion of the exhibition MashUp: The Birth of Modern Culture, an exhibition organized by the Vancouver Art Gallery; curated by Daina Augaitis, Chief Curator/Associate Director, Bruce Grenville, Senior Curator, and Stephanie Rebick, Assistant Curator; and presented from February 20 to June 12, 2016.