Barbara Cole
Kew at Night
From the Falling Through Time series
2016
Chromogenic print, face-mounted to Plexiglass
48" x 48"

Chris Shepherd
Red Brick Wall Folded
2016
Chromogenic print
36” x 36”

Cara Barer, Dahlia, 2014
Archival pigment print, 50” x 50”

Textile 02, 2009
40 x 50 in.
Pigment on archival paper

Of One's Own 07, 2011
47 x 47 in.
Chromogenic Print

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Barbara Cole
Kew at Night
From the Falling Through Time series
2016
Chromogenic print, face-mounted to Plexiglass
48" x 48"

Chris Shepherd
Red Brick Wall Folded
2016
Chromogenic print
36” x 36”

Cara Barer, Dahlia, 2014
Archival pigment print, 50” x 50”

Textile 02, 2009
40 x 50 in.
Pigment on archival paper

Of One's Own 07, 2011
47 x 47 in.
Chromogenic Print

Bau-Xi Gallery

Bau-Xi Gallery opened in 1965 in Vancouver, BC, to create a showcase for the many emerging and established Canadian artists in need of a gallery on the West Coast. “Bau-xi” (boe she) translates to “great gift.” Bau-Xi Gallery remains the oldest contemporary gallery in Vancouver.

The Gallery has been a member of the Art Dealers Association of Canada since the early 1970s, and in Vancouver, a founding member of the South Granville Gallery Association. Over the years, the iconic Vancouver gallery has expanded to include Foster/White Gallery in Seattle, Bau-Xi Gallery in Toronto, and Bau-Xi Photo, which is one of the few strictly photography galleries in Toronto.

Since its inception, Bau-Xi Gallery has been recognized as one of Canada’s most highly regarded art galleries, with a reputation founded on adherence to the highest standards in quality of art and service to clients.

Note: gallery hours are subject to change, please call to verify hours before visiting

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