The Douglas Udell Gallery is one of the leading contemporary galleries in Western Canada. Originally founded in 1967, the gallery deals primarily in contemporary Canadian art, representing emerging, mid-career, and established visual artists with critical practices. Through the years, the gallery has been a recognized fixture in the art communities of Calgary (2004–09) and Vancouver (1986–2014). The gallery continues to introduce new artists to the public and maintains a regular exhibition program in Edmonton.
The Douglas Udell Gallery Vancouver closed its permanent operations in 2014 but remains committed to upholding its legacy in the vibrant Vancouver art community. Matthew Pillsbury: Tokyo will be the first of many Douglas Udell Gallery pop-up exhibitions in Vancouver.
Note: gallery hours are subject to change, please call to verify hours before visiting