Opening Reception: Friday, April 17, 7:00-9:00pm
Vancouver-based Greg Girard spent three decades working and living in Asia examining the social and physical transformations of some of its largest cities through his photographic work. Richmond/Kowloon includes photographs documenting Kowloon Walled City in Hong Kong as well as a new body of photographic images of Richmond, BC and its residents.
Greg Girard Benefit Print Edition
The Richmond Art Gallery is delighted to announce that Canadian artist Greg Girard has produced a limited edition archival pigment print to benefit the Gallery. For more information and to purchase a print,click here.
Curse of the Livable City: Panel Discussion
Saturday, April 25, 2:00 – 3:30pm
Join us for a discussion on the changing cityscape, led by Facilitator Leslie Van Duzer, Professor and Director at the School of Architecture & Landscape Architecture, UBC. Richmond, as part of Metro Vancouver, is consistently ranked as one of North America’s most livable cities. What is it that makes a city livable and vibrant, and does Richmond really fall into this category? Cities are greatly shaped by development, immigration, and economics. How has Richmond changed over the years, and what urban transformations are happening now? How do these changes compare to what is happening in other cities around the world?
Panelists: Greg Girard, Photographer; Bing Thom, Principal, Bing Thom Architects; Glenn Deer, Assistant Professor of English & Associate Editor of Canadian Literature, Dept. of English, UBC; Rufina Wu, Architect AIBC
Artist Talk with Greg Girard
Saturday, May 23, 2:00 – 3:00pm
The artist will present an illustrated talk about his career. Co-sponsored by the Contemporary Art Society of Vancouver
Wednesday, May 27, 10:30 – 11:30am
Free tour and discussion of the exhibition with Gallery Curator Nan Capogna. Light refreshments provided