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Artists Take Sides In Vancouver Debate Over New Building(s)
"The Vancouver Art Gallery is currently housed in a 1906 provincial courthouse that was renovated by Arthur Erickson Architects before its opening in 1983. People may love the location, but it's hard to find anyone in the visual-art community who thinks the space is adequate." What - or where - is the VAG's next move? Artists, the board, the gallery director, and a prominent donor don't see eye to eye. The Globe and Mail (Canada) 10/13/12
Posted October 14, 2012 08:31 AM




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