Douglas
Coupland

Everywhere
Is Anywhere
Is Anything
Is Everything


May 31 — Sept 1, 2014

Everyone is Someone Opening Party
By Vancouver Art Gallery on May 14, 2014

Douglas Coupland: everywhere is anywhere is anything is everything opens to the public on Saturday May 31st, but on Friday May 30th you can get a sneak preview of the exhibition by attending the Everyone is Someone party, with special events conceived by Doug! $85 for non-members and $45 for members–details are in the invite below:

 

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Vancouver, BC
V6Z 2H7

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Tuesdays until 9pm

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Presenting sponsor:
Supporting sponsors:
Generous support from:
Vancouver Foundation
The Artworkers Retirement Society
Gary R. Bell
Jake and Judy Kerr
Digital Application developed with the participation of Creative BC and the British Columbia Arts Council

Image credits Top: Douglas Coupland, Brilliant Information Overload Pop Head, 2010 (detail), acrylic and epoxy on pigment print, Collection of Lucia Haugen Lundin. Background images: (top and bottom) Mist Fantasy, 2010 (detail), acrylic on linen, Private Collection; The pioneers believed the land was holy. The New World was the last thing on earth that could be given to humankind: two continents spanning the poles–continents as clean and green and milky blue as the First Day. The New World was built to make mankind surrender., 2011 (detail), acrylic and latex on canvas, Private Collection; Four Seasons (Fall), 2014 (detail), Courtesy of the Artist and Daniel Faria Gallery; The Poet, 2013 (detail), acrylic on linen, Collection of the Vancouver Art Gallery, Promised Gift of the Artist; Background images: Mist Fantasy, 2010, acrylic on linen, Private Collection Spectra Four Seasons, 2010 (detail), pencil crayons, Plexiglas, series of 4, Collection of Encana Corporation, Calgary The pioneers believed the land was holy. The New World was the last thing on earth that could be given to humankind: two continents spanning the poles–continents as clean and green and milky blue as the First Day. The New World was built to make mankind surrender., 2011, acrylic and latex on canvas, Private Collection The Poet, 2013, acrylic on linen, Collection of the Vancouver Art Gallery, Promised Gift of the Artist Four Seasons, 2013 (detail), Courtesy of the Artist and Daniel Faria Gallery