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Sites of Assembly exhibition

Sat, August 12, 2017 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM MORRIS AND HELEN BELKIN ART GALLERY. Free admission. <img src="http://belkin.ubc.ca/_graphics/1216t.jpg"/> Gallery hours: Tuesday-Friday, 10am-5pm; Saturday-Sunday, noon-5pm; Closed Mondays and Holidays

June 23-August 13, 2017

Opening reception: Thursday, June 29, 6-9 pm

Exhibit tour with Lorna Brown, Gabrielle Moser and Cheyanne Turions: Thursday, June 29, 7 pm

Outdoor art tour to James Hart's Reconciliation Pole: Thursday, June 29, 8 pm

Co-curated by Gabrielle Moser and Lorna Brown, the exhibition features photographic works from the Belkin’s permanent collection, the private collection of John O’Brian and the research archive of Marcia Crosby. Focusing on practices of photography as simultaneously art and document, the exhibition is ordered around several themes: propositions for the use of public space, whether through buildings, artworks or social activities; the surveillance of the public and performances for the camera; and the way that photographic records create potential histories for Vancouver.

The photograph – as an encounter between the photographer and the photographed – offers a way to re-read the past as unfinished, in flux and not yet normative, and to imagine a future that might produce a different set of relations between social subjects.

A publication will accompany the exhibition with writing by Gabrielle Moser and Lorna Brown.

The Belkin Art Gallery’s exhibitions and publications are made possible with the support of the Canada Council for the Arts, the Province of British Columbia through the BC Arts Council and our Belkin Curator’s Forum members. We gratefully acknowledge the generous support of the Morris and Helen Belkin Foundation, the Canada Council for the Arts Acquisition Assistance Program and the individuals who donate works of art to our collection. New initiatives to animate the Outdoor Art Collection are made possible with the support of the BC | Canada 150: Celebrating B.C. Communities and their Contributions to Canada Fund. We are grateful to John O’Brian and Marcia Crosby for their generous loan of works from their collections.

For more information, contact belkin.gallery@ubc.ca or 604.822.2759

Sites of Assembly exhibition

Thu, July 27, 2017 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM MORRIS AND HELEN BELKIN ART GALLERY. Free admission. <img src="http://belkin.ubc.ca/_graphics/1216t.jpg"/> Gallery hours: Tuesday-Friday, 10am-5pm; Saturday-Sunday, noon-5pm; Closed Mondays and Holidays

June 23-August 13, 2017

Opening reception: Thursday, June 29, 6-9 pm

Exhibit tour with Lorna Brown, Gabrielle Moser and Cheyanne Turions: Thursday, June 29, 7 pm

Outdoor art tour to James Hart's Reconciliation Pole: Thursday, June 29, 8 pm

Co-curated by Gabrielle Moser and Lorna Brown, the exhibition features photographic works from the Belkin’s permanent collection, the private collection of John O’Brian and the research archive of Marcia Crosby. Focusing on practices of photography as simultaneously art and document, the exhibition is ordered around several themes: propositions for the use of public space, whether through buildings, artworks or social activities; the surveillance of the public and performances for the camera; and the way that photographic records create potential histories for Vancouver.

The photograph – as an encounter between the photographer and the photographed – offers a way to re-read the past as unfinished, in flux and not yet normative, and to imagine a future that might produce a different set of relations between social subjects.

A publication will accompany the exhibition with writing by Gabrielle Moser and Lorna Brown.

The Belkin Art Gallery’s exhibitions and publications are made possible with the support of the Canada Council for the Arts, the Province of British Columbia through the BC Arts Council and our Belkin Curator’s Forum members. We gratefully acknowledge the generous support of the Morris and Helen Belkin Foundation, the Canada Council for the Arts Acquisition Assistance Program and the individuals who donate works of art to our collection. New initiatives to animate the Outdoor Art Collection are made possible with the support of the BC | Canada 150: Celebrating B.C. Communities and their Contributions to Canada Fund. We are grateful to John O’Brian and Marcia Crosby for their generous loan of works from their collections.

For more information, contact belkin.gallery@ubc.ca or 604.822.2759

Sites of Assembly exhibition

Wed, July 26, 2017 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM MORRIS AND HELEN BELKIN ART GALLERY. Free admission. <img src="http://belkin.ubc.ca/_graphics/1216t.jpg"/> Gallery hours: Tuesday-Friday, 10am-5pm; Saturday-Sunday, noon-5pm; Closed Mondays and Holidays

June 23-August 13, 2017

Opening reception: Thursday, June 29, 6-9 pm

Exhibit tour with Lorna Brown, Gabrielle Moser and Cheyanne Turions: Thursday, June 29, 7 pm

Outdoor art tour to James Hart's Reconciliation Pole: Thursday, June 29, 8 pm

Co-curated by Gabrielle Moser and Lorna Brown, the exhibition features photographic works from the Belkin’s permanent collection, the private collection of John O’Brian and the research archive of Marcia Crosby. Focusing on practices of photography as simultaneously art and document, the exhibition is ordered around several themes: propositions for the use of public space, whether through buildings, artworks or social activities; the surveillance of the public and performances for the camera; and the way that photographic records create potential histories for Vancouver.

The photograph – as an encounter between the photographer and the photographed – offers a way to re-read the past as unfinished, in flux and not yet normative, and to imagine a future that might produce a different set of relations between social subjects.

A publication will accompany the exhibition with writing by Gabrielle Moser and Lorna Brown.

The Belkin Art Gallery’s exhibitions and publications are made possible with the support of the Canada Council for the Arts, the Province of British Columbia through the BC Arts Council and our Belkin Curator’s Forum members. We gratefully acknowledge the generous support of the Morris and Helen Belkin Foundation, the Canada Council for the Arts Acquisition Assistance Program and the individuals who donate works of art to our collection. New initiatives to animate the Outdoor Art Collection are made possible with the support of the BC | Canada 150: Celebrating B.C. Communities and their Contributions to Canada Fund. We are grateful to John O’Brian and Marcia Crosby for their generous loan of works from their collections.

For more information, contact belkin.gallery@ubc.ca or 604.822.2759

Sites of Assembly exhibition

Tue, July 25, 2017 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM MORRIS AND HELEN BELKIN ART GALLERY. Free admission. <img src="http://belkin.ubc.ca/_graphics/1216t.jpg"/> Gallery hours: Tuesday-Friday, 10am-5pm; Saturday-Sunday, noon-5pm; Closed Mondays and Holidays

June 23-August 13, 2017

Opening reception: Thursday, June 29, 6-9 pm

Exhibit tour with Lorna Brown, Gabrielle Moser and Cheyanne Turions: Thursday, June 29, 7 pm

Outdoor art tour to James Hart's Reconciliation Pole: Thursday, June 29, 8 pm

Co-curated by Gabrielle Moser and Lorna Brown, the exhibition features photographic works from the Belkin’s permanent collection, the private collection of John O’Brian and the research archive of Marcia Crosby. Focusing on practices of photography as simultaneously art and document, the exhibition is ordered around several themes: propositions for the use of public space, whether through buildings, artworks or social activities; the surveillance of the public and performances for the camera; and the way that photographic records create potential histories for Vancouver.

The photograph – as an encounter between the photographer and the photographed – offers a way to re-read the past as unfinished, in flux and not yet normative, and to imagine a future that might produce a different set of relations between social subjects.

A publication will accompany the exhibition with writing by Gabrielle Moser and Lorna Brown.

The Belkin Art Gallery’s exhibitions and publications are made possible with the support of the Canada Council for the Arts, the Province of British Columbia through the BC Arts Council and our Belkin Curator’s Forum members. We gratefully acknowledge the generous support of the Morris and Helen Belkin Foundation, the Canada Council for the Arts Acquisition Assistance Program and the individuals who donate works of art to our collection. New initiatives to animate the Outdoor Art Collection are made possible with the support of the BC | Canada 150: Celebrating B.C. Communities and their Contributions to Canada Fund. We are grateful to John O’Brian and Marcia Crosby for their generous loan of works from their collections.

For more information, contact belkin.gallery@ubc.ca or 604.822.2759

Sites of Assembly exhibition

Sun, July 23, 2017 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM MORRIS AND HELEN BELKIN ART GALLERY. Free admission. <img src="http://belkin.ubc.ca/_graphics/1216t.jpg"/> Gallery hours: Tuesday-Friday, 10am-5pm; Saturday-Sunday, noon-5pm; Closed Mondays and Holidays

June 23-August 13, 2017

Opening reception: Thursday, June 29, 6-9 pm

Exhibit tour with Lorna Brown, Gabrielle Moser and Cheyanne Turions: Thursday, June 29, 7 pm

Outdoor art tour to James Hart's Reconciliation Pole: Thursday, June 29, 8 pm

Co-curated by Gabrielle Moser and Lorna Brown, the exhibition features photographic works from the Belkin’s permanent collection, the private collection of John O’Brian and the research archive of Marcia Crosby. Focusing on practices of photography as simultaneously art and document, the exhibition is ordered around several themes: propositions for the use of public space, whether through buildings, artworks or social activities; the surveillance of the public and performances for the camera; and the way that photographic records create potential histories for Vancouver.

The photograph – as an encounter between the photographer and the photographed – offers a way to re-read the past as unfinished, in flux and not yet normative, and to imagine a future that might produce a different set of relations between social subjects.

A publication will accompany the exhibition with writing by Gabrielle Moser and Lorna Brown.

The Belkin Art Gallery’s exhibitions and publications are made possible with the support of the Canada Council for the Arts, the Province of British Columbia through the BC Arts Council and our Belkin Curator’s Forum members. We gratefully acknowledge the generous support of the Morris and Helen Belkin Foundation, the Canada Council for the Arts Acquisition Assistance Program and the individuals who donate works of art to our collection. New initiatives to animate the Outdoor Art Collection are made possible with the support of the BC | Canada 150: Celebrating B.C. Communities and their Contributions to Canada Fund. We are grateful to John O’Brian and Marcia Crosby for their generous loan of works from their collections.

For more information, contact belkin.gallery@ubc.ca or 604.822.2759

Sites of Assembly exhibition

Sat, July 22, 2017 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM MORRIS AND HELEN BELKIN ART GALLERY. Free admission. <img src="http://belkin.ubc.ca/_graphics/1216t.jpg"/> Gallery hours: Tuesday-Friday, 10am-5pm; Saturday-Sunday, noon-5pm; Closed Mondays and Holidays

June 23-August 13, 2017

Opening reception: Thursday, June 29, 6-9 pm

Exhibit tour with Lorna Brown, Gabrielle Moser and Cheyanne Turions: Thursday, June 29, 7 pm

Outdoor art tour to James Hart's Reconciliation Pole: Thursday, June 29, 8 pm

Co-curated by Gabrielle Moser and Lorna Brown, the exhibition features photographic works from the Belkin’s permanent collection, the private collection of John O’Brian and the research archive of Marcia Crosby. Focusing on practices of photography as simultaneously art and document, the exhibition is ordered around several themes: propositions for the use of public space, whether through buildings, artworks or social activities; the surveillance of the public and performances for the camera; and the way that photographic records create potential histories for Vancouver.

The photograph – as an encounter between the photographer and the photographed – offers a way to re-read the past as unfinished, in flux and not yet normative, and to imagine a future that might produce a different set of relations between social subjects.

A publication will accompany the exhibition with writing by Gabrielle Moser and Lorna Brown.

The Belkin Art Gallery’s exhibitions and publications are made possible with the support of the Canada Council for the Arts, the Province of British Columbia through the BC Arts Council and our Belkin Curator’s Forum members. We gratefully acknowledge the generous support of the Morris and Helen Belkin Foundation, the Canada Council for the Arts Acquisition Assistance Program and the individuals who donate works of art to our collection. New initiatives to animate the Outdoor Art Collection are made possible with the support of the BC | Canada 150: Celebrating B.C. Communities and their Contributions to Canada Fund. We are grateful to John O’Brian and Marcia Crosby for their generous loan of works from their collections.

For more information, contact belkin.gallery@ubc.ca or 604.822.2759

Sites of Assembly exhibition

Fri, July 21, 2017 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM MORRIS AND HELEN BELKIN ART GALLERY. Free admission. <img src="http://belkin.ubc.ca/_graphics/1216t.jpg"/> Gallery hours: Tuesday-Friday, 10am-5pm; Saturday-Sunday, noon-5pm; Closed Mondays and Holidays

June 23-August 13, 2017

Opening reception: Thursday, June 29, 6-9 pm

Exhibit tour with Lorna Brown, Gabrielle Moser and Cheyanne Turions: Thursday, June 29, 7 pm

Outdoor art tour to James Hart's Reconciliation Pole: Thursday, June 29, 8 pm

Co-curated by Gabrielle Moser and Lorna Brown, the exhibition features photographic works from the Belkin’s permanent collection, the private collection of John O’Brian and the research archive of Marcia Crosby. Focusing on practices of photography as simultaneously art and document, the exhibition is ordered around several themes: propositions for the use of public space, whether through buildings, artworks or social activities; the surveillance of the public and performances for the camera; and the way that photographic records create potential histories for Vancouver.

The photograph – as an encounter between the photographer and the photographed – offers a way to re-read the past as unfinished, in flux and not yet normative, and to imagine a future that might produce a different set of relations between social subjects.

A publication will accompany the exhibition with writing by Gabrielle Moser and Lorna Brown.

The Belkin Art Gallery’s exhibitions and publications are made possible with the support of the Canada Council for the Arts, the Province of British Columbia through the BC Arts Council and our Belkin Curator’s Forum members. We gratefully acknowledge the generous support of the Morris and Helen Belkin Foundation, the Canada Council for the Arts Acquisition Assistance Program and the individuals who donate works of art to our collection. New initiatives to animate the Outdoor Art Collection are made possible with the support of the BC | Canada 150: Celebrating B.C. Communities and their Contributions to Canada Fund. We are grateful to John O’Brian and Marcia Crosby for their generous loan of works from their collections.

For more information, contact belkin.gallery@ubc.ca or 604.822.2759

Sites of Assembly exhibition

Thu, July 20, 2017 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM MORRIS AND HELEN BELKIN ART GALLERY. Free admission. <img src="http://belkin.ubc.ca/_graphics/1216t.jpg"/> Gallery hours: Tuesday-Friday, 10am-5pm; Saturday-Sunday, noon-5pm; Closed Mondays and Holidays

June 23-August 13, 2017

Opening reception: Thursday, June 29, 6-9 pm

Exhibit tour with Lorna Brown, Gabrielle Moser and Cheyanne Turions: Thursday, June 29, 7 pm

Outdoor art tour to James Hart's Reconciliation Pole: Thursday, June 29, 8 pm

Co-curated by Gabrielle Moser and Lorna Brown, the exhibition features photographic works from the Belkin’s permanent collection, the private collection of John O’Brian and the research archive of Marcia Crosby. Focusing on practices of photography as simultaneously art and document, the exhibition is ordered around several themes: propositions for the use of public space, whether through buildings, artworks or social activities; the surveillance of the public and performances for the camera; and the way that photographic records create potential histories for Vancouver.

The photograph – as an encounter between the photographer and the photographed – offers a way to re-read the past as unfinished, in flux and not yet normative, and to imagine a future that might produce a different set of relations between social subjects.

A publication will accompany the exhibition with writing by Gabrielle Moser and Lorna Brown.

The Belkin Art Gallery’s exhibitions and publications are made possible with the support of the Canada Council for the Arts, the Province of British Columbia through the BC Arts Council and our Belkin Curator’s Forum members. We gratefully acknowledge the generous support of the Morris and Helen Belkin Foundation, the Canada Council for the Arts Acquisition Assistance Program and the individuals who donate works of art to our collection. New initiatives to animate the Outdoor Art Collection are made possible with the support of the BC | Canada 150: Celebrating B.C. Communities and their Contributions to Canada Fund. We are grateful to John O’Brian and Marcia Crosby for their generous loan of works from their collections.

For more information, contact belkin.gallery@ubc.ca or 604.822.2759

Sites of Assembly exhibition

Wed, July 19, 2017 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM MORRIS AND HELEN BELKIN ART GALLERY. Free admission. <img src="http://belkin.ubc.ca/_graphics/1216t.jpg"/> Gallery hours: Tuesday-Friday, 10am-5pm; Saturday-Sunday, noon-5pm; Closed Mondays and Holidays

June 23-August 13, 2017

Opening reception: Thursday, June 29, 6-9 pm

Exhibit tour with Lorna Brown, Gabrielle Moser and Cheyanne Turions: Thursday, June 29, 7 pm

Outdoor art tour to James Hart's Reconciliation Pole: Thursday, June 29, 8 pm

Co-curated by Gabrielle Moser and Lorna Brown, the exhibition features photographic works from the Belkin’s permanent collection, the private collection of John O’Brian and the research archive of Marcia Crosby. Focusing on practices of photography as simultaneously art and document, the exhibition is ordered around several themes: propositions for the use of public space, whether through buildings, artworks or social activities; the surveillance of the public and performances for the camera; and the way that photographic records create potential histories for Vancouver.

The photograph – as an encounter between the photographer and the photographed – offers a way to re-read the past as unfinished, in flux and not yet normative, and to imagine a future that might produce a different set of relations between social subjects.

A publication will accompany the exhibition with writing by Gabrielle Moser and Lorna Brown.

The Belkin Art Gallery’s exhibitions and publications are made possible with the support of the Canada Council for the Arts, the Province of British Columbia through the BC Arts Council and our Belkin Curator’s Forum members. We gratefully acknowledge the generous support of the Morris and Helen Belkin Foundation, the Canada Council for the Arts Acquisition Assistance Program and the individuals who donate works of art to our collection. New initiatives to animate the Outdoor Art Collection are made possible with the support of the BC | Canada 150: Celebrating B.C. Communities and their Contributions to Canada Fund. We are grateful to John O’Brian and Marcia Crosby for their generous loan of works from their collections.

For more information, contact belkin.gallery@ubc.ca or 604.822.2759

Sites of Assembly exhibition

Tue, July 18, 2017 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM MORRIS AND HELEN BELKIN ART GALLERY. Free admission. <img src="http://belkin.ubc.ca/_graphics/1216t.jpg"/> Gallery hours: Tuesday-Friday, 10am-5pm; Saturday-Sunday, noon-5pm; Closed Mondays and Holidays

June 23-August 13, 2017

Opening reception: Thursday, June 29, 6-9 pm

Exhibit tour with Lorna Brown, Gabrielle Moser and Cheyanne Turions: Thursday, June 29, 7 pm

Outdoor art tour to James Hart's Reconciliation Pole: Thursday, June 29, 8 pm

Co-curated by Gabrielle Moser and Lorna Brown, the exhibition features photographic works from the Belkin’s permanent collection, the private collection of John O’Brian and the research archive of Marcia Crosby. Focusing on practices of photography as simultaneously art and document, the exhibition is ordered around several themes: propositions for the use of public space, whether through buildings, artworks or social activities; the surveillance of the public and performances for the camera; and the way that photographic records create potential histories for Vancouver.

The photograph – as an encounter between the photographer and the photographed – offers a way to re-read the past as unfinished, in flux and not yet normative, and to imagine a future that might produce a different set of relations between social subjects.

A publication will accompany the exhibition with writing by Gabrielle Moser and Lorna Brown.

The Belkin Art Gallery’s exhibitions and publications are made possible with the support of the Canada Council for the Arts, the Province of British Columbia through the BC Arts Council and our Belkin Curator’s Forum members. We gratefully acknowledge the generous support of the Morris and Helen Belkin Foundation, the Canada Council for the Arts Acquisition Assistance Program and the individuals who donate works of art to our collection. New initiatives to animate the Outdoor Art Collection are made possible with the support of the BC | Canada 150: Celebrating B.C. Communities and their Contributions to Canada Fund. We are grateful to John O’Brian and Marcia Crosby for their generous loan of works from their collections.

For more information, contact belkin.gallery@ubc.ca or 604.822.2759

Sites of Assembly exhibition

Sun, July 16, 2017 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM MORRIS AND HELEN BELKIN ART GALLERY. Free admission. <img src="http://belkin.ubc.ca/_graphics/1216t.jpg"/> Gallery hours: Tuesday-Friday, 10am-5pm; Saturday-Sunday, noon-5pm; Closed Mondays and Holidays

June 23-August 13, 2017

Opening reception: Thursday, June 29, 6-9 pm

Exhibit tour with Lorna Brown, Gabrielle Moser and Cheyanne Turions: Thursday, June 29, 7 pm

Outdoor art tour to James Hart's Reconciliation Pole: Thursday, June 29, 8 pm

Co-curated by Gabrielle Moser and Lorna Brown, the exhibition features photographic works from the Belkin’s permanent collection, the private collection of John O’Brian and the research archive of Marcia Crosby. Focusing on practices of photography as simultaneously art and document, the exhibition is ordered around several themes: propositions for the use of public space, whether through buildings, artworks or social activities; the surveillance of the public and performances for the camera; and the way that photographic records create potential histories for Vancouver.

The photograph – as an encounter between the photographer and the photographed – offers a way to re-read the past as unfinished, in flux and not yet normative, and to imagine a future that might produce a different set of relations between social subjects.

A publication will accompany the exhibition with writing by Gabrielle Moser and Lorna Brown.

The Belkin Art Gallery’s exhibitions and publications are made possible with the support of the Canada Council for the Arts, the Province of British Columbia through the BC Arts Council and our Belkin Curator’s Forum members. We gratefully acknowledge the generous support of the Morris and Helen Belkin Foundation, the Canada Council for the Arts Acquisition Assistance Program and the individuals who donate works of art to our collection. New initiatives to animate the Outdoor Art Collection are made possible with the support of the BC | Canada 150: Celebrating B.C. Communities and their Contributions to Canada Fund. We are grateful to John O’Brian and Marcia Crosby for their generous loan of works from their collections.

For more information, contact belkin.gallery@ubc.ca or 604.822.2759

Sites of Assembly exhibition

Sat, July 15, 2017 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM MORRIS AND HELEN BELKIN ART GALLERY. Free admission. <img src="http://belkin.ubc.ca/_graphics/1216t.jpg"/> Gallery hours: Tuesday-Friday, 10am-5pm; Saturday-Sunday, noon-5pm; Closed Mondays and Holidays

June 23-August 13, 2017

Opening reception: Thursday, June 29, 6-9 pm

Exhibit tour with Lorna Brown, Gabrielle Moser and Cheyanne Turions: Thursday, June 29, 7 pm

Outdoor art tour to James Hart's Reconciliation Pole: Thursday, June 29, 8 pm

Co-curated by Gabrielle Moser and Lorna Brown, the exhibition features photographic works from the Belkin’s permanent collection, the private collection of John O’Brian and the research archive of Marcia Crosby. Focusing on practices of photography as simultaneously art and document, the exhibition is ordered around several themes: propositions for the use of public space, whether through buildings, artworks or social activities; the surveillance of the public and performances for the camera; and the way that photographic records create potential histories for Vancouver.

The photograph – as an encounter between the photographer and the photographed – offers a way to re-read the past as unfinished, in flux and not yet normative, and to imagine a future that might produce a different set of relations between social subjects.

A publication will accompany the exhibition with writing by Gabrielle Moser and Lorna Brown.

The Belkin Art Gallery’s exhibitions and publications are made possible with the support of the Canada Council for the Arts, the Province of British Columbia through the BC Arts Council and our Belkin Curator’s Forum members. We gratefully acknowledge the generous support of the Morris and Helen Belkin Foundation, the Canada Council for the Arts Acquisition Assistance Program and the individuals who donate works of art to our collection. New initiatives to animate the Outdoor Art Collection are made possible with the support of the BC | Canada 150: Celebrating B.C. Communities and their Contributions to Canada Fund. We are grateful to John O’Brian and Marcia Crosby for their generous loan of works from their collections.

For more information, contact belkin.gallery@ubc.ca or 604.822.2759

Sites of Assembly exhibition

Fri, July 28, 2017 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM MORRIS AND HELEN BELKIN ART GALLERY. Free admission. <img src="http://belkin.ubc.ca/_graphics/1216t.jpg"/> Gallery hours: Tuesday-Friday, 10am-5pm; Saturday-Sunday, noon-5pm; Closed Mondays and Holidays

June 23-August 13, 2017

Opening reception: Thursday, June 29, 6-9 pm

Exhibit tour with Lorna Brown, Gabrielle Moser and Cheyanne Turions: Thursday, June 29, 7 pm

Outdoor art tour to James Hart's Reconciliation Pole: Thursday, June 29, 8 pm

Co-curated by Gabrielle Moser and Lorna Brown, the exhibition features photographic works from the Belkin’s permanent collection, the private collection of John O’Brian and the research archive of Marcia Crosby. Focusing on practices of photography as simultaneously art and document, the exhibition is ordered around several themes: propositions for the use of public space, whether through buildings, artworks or social activities; the surveillance of the public and performances for the camera; and the way that photographic records create potential histories for Vancouver.

The photograph – as an encounter between the photographer and the photographed – offers a way to re-read the past as unfinished, in flux and not yet normative, and to imagine a future that might produce a different set of relations between social subjects.

A publication will accompany the exhibition with writing by Gabrielle Moser and Lorna Brown.

The Belkin Art Gallery’s exhibitions and publications are made possible with the support of the Canada Council for the Arts, the Province of British Columbia through the BC Arts Council and our Belkin Curator’s Forum members. We gratefully acknowledge the generous support of the Morris and Helen Belkin Foundation, the Canada Council for the Arts Acquisition Assistance Program and the individuals who donate works of art to our collection. New initiatives to animate the Outdoor Art Collection are made possible with the support of the BC | Canada 150: Celebrating B.C. Communities and their Contributions to Canada Fund. We are grateful to John O’Brian and Marcia Crosby for their generous loan of works from their collections.

For more information, contact belkin.gallery@ubc.ca or 604.822.2759

Sites of Assembly exhibition

Sat, July 29, 2017 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM MORRIS AND HELEN BELKIN ART GALLERY. Free admission. <img src="http://belkin.ubc.ca/_graphics/1216t.jpg"/> Gallery hours: Tuesday-Friday, 10am-5pm; Saturday-Sunday, noon-5pm; Closed Mondays and Holidays

June 23-August 13, 2017

Opening reception: Thursday, June 29, 6-9 pm

Exhibit tour with Lorna Brown, Gabrielle Moser and Cheyanne Turions: Thursday, June 29, 7 pm

Outdoor art tour to James Hart's Reconciliation Pole: Thursday, June 29, 8 pm

Co-curated by Gabrielle Moser and Lorna Brown, the exhibition features photographic works from the Belkin’s permanent collection, the private collection of John O’Brian and the research archive of Marcia Crosby. Focusing on practices of photography as simultaneously art and document, the exhibition is ordered around several themes: propositions for the use of public space, whether through buildings, artworks or social activities; the surveillance of the public and performances for the camera; and the way that photographic records create potential histories for Vancouver.

The photograph – as an encounter between the photographer and the photographed – offers a way to re-read the past as unfinished, in flux and not yet normative, and to imagine a future that might produce a different set of relations between social subjects.

A publication will accompany the exhibition with writing by Gabrielle Moser and Lorna Brown.

The Belkin Art Gallery’s exhibitions and publications are made possible with the support of the Canada Council for the Arts, the Province of British Columbia through the BC Arts Council and our Belkin Curator’s Forum members. We gratefully acknowledge the generous support of the Morris and Helen Belkin Foundation, the Canada Council for the Arts Acquisition Assistance Program and the individuals who donate works of art to our collection. New initiatives to animate the Outdoor Art Collection are made possible with the support of the BC | Canada 150: Celebrating B.C. Communities and their Contributions to Canada Fund. We are grateful to John O’Brian and Marcia Crosby for their generous loan of works from their collections.

For more information, contact belkin.gallery@ubc.ca or 604.822.2759

Sites of Assembly exhibition

Fri, August 11, 2017 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM MORRIS AND HELEN BELKIN ART GALLERY. Free admission. <img src="http://belkin.ubc.ca/_graphics/1216t.jpg"/> Gallery hours: Tuesday-Friday, 10am-5pm; Saturday-Sunday, noon-5pm; Closed Mondays and Holidays

June 23-August 13, 2017

Opening reception: Thursday, June 29, 6-9 pm

Exhibit tour with Lorna Brown, Gabrielle Moser and Cheyanne Turions: Thursday, June 29, 7 pm

Outdoor art tour to James Hart's Reconciliation Pole: Thursday, June 29, 8 pm

Co-curated by Gabrielle Moser and Lorna Brown, the exhibition features photographic works from the Belkin’s permanent collection, the private collection of John O’Brian and the research archive of Marcia Crosby. Focusing on practices of photography as simultaneously art and document, the exhibition is ordered around several themes: propositions for the use of public space, whether through buildings, artworks or social activities; the surveillance of the public and performances for the camera; and the way that photographic records create potential histories for Vancouver.

The photograph – as an encounter between the photographer and the photographed – offers a way to re-read the past as unfinished, in flux and not yet normative, and to imagine a future that might produce a different set of relations between social subjects.

A publication will accompany the exhibition with writing by Gabrielle Moser and Lorna Brown.

The Belkin Art Gallery’s exhibitions and publications are made possible with the support of the Canada Council for the Arts, the Province of British Columbia through the BC Arts Council and our Belkin Curator’s Forum members. We gratefully acknowledge the generous support of the Morris and Helen Belkin Foundation, the Canada Council for the Arts Acquisition Assistance Program and the individuals who donate works of art to our collection. New initiatives to animate the Outdoor Art Collection are made possible with the support of the BC | Canada 150: Celebrating B.C. Communities and their Contributions to Canada Fund. We are grateful to John O’Brian and Marcia Crosby for their generous loan of works from their collections.

For more information, contact belkin.gallery@ubc.ca or 604.822.2759

Sites of Assembly exhibition

Thu, August 10, 2017 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM MORRIS AND HELEN BELKIN ART GALLERY. Free admission. <img src="http://belkin.ubc.ca/_graphics/1216t.jpg"/> Gallery hours: Tuesday-Friday, 10am-5pm; Saturday-Sunday, noon-5pm; Closed Mondays and Holidays

June 23-August 13, 2017

Opening reception: Thursday, June 29, 6-9 pm

Exhibit tour with Lorna Brown, Gabrielle Moser and Cheyanne Turions: Thursday, June 29, 7 pm

Outdoor art tour to James Hart's Reconciliation Pole: Thursday, June 29, 8 pm

Co-curated by Gabrielle Moser and Lorna Brown, the exhibition features photographic works from the Belkin’s permanent collection, the private collection of John O’Brian and the research archive of Marcia Crosby. Focusing on practices of photography as simultaneously art and document, the exhibition is ordered around several themes: propositions for the use of public space, whether through buildings, artworks or social activities; the surveillance of the public and performances for the camera; and the way that photographic records create potential histories for Vancouver.

The photograph – as an encounter between the photographer and the photographed – offers a way to re-read the past as unfinished, in flux and not yet normative, and to imagine a future that might produce a different set of relations between social subjects.

A publication will accompany the exhibition with writing by Gabrielle Moser and Lorna Brown.

The Belkin Art Gallery’s exhibitions and publications are made possible with the support of the Canada Council for the Arts, the Province of British Columbia through the BC Arts Council and our Belkin Curator’s Forum members. We gratefully acknowledge the generous support of the Morris and Helen Belkin Foundation, the Canada Council for the Arts Acquisition Assistance Program and the individuals who donate works of art to our collection. New initiatives to animate the Outdoor Art Collection are made possible with the support of the BC | Canada 150: Celebrating B.C. Communities and their Contributions to Canada Fund. We are grateful to John O’Brian and Marcia Crosby for their generous loan of works from their collections.

For more information, contact belkin.gallery@ubc.ca or 604.822.2759

Sites of Assembly exhibition

Wed, August 9, 2017 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM MORRIS AND HELEN BELKIN ART GALLERY. Free admission. <img src="http://belkin.ubc.ca/_graphics/1216t.jpg"/> Gallery hours: Tuesday-Friday, 10am-5pm; Saturday-Sunday, noon-5pm; Closed Mondays and Holidays

June 23-August 13, 2017

Opening reception: Thursday, June 29, 6-9 pm

Exhibit tour with Lorna Brown, Gabrielle Moser and Cheyanne Turions: Thursday, June 29, 7 pm

Outdoor art tour to James Hart's Reconciliation Pole: Thursday, June 29, 8 pm

Co-curated by Gabrielle Moser and Lorna Brown, the exhibition features photographic works from the Belkin’s permanent collection, the private collection of John O’Brian and the research archive of Marcia Crosby. Focusing on practices of photography as simultaneously art and document, the exhibition is ordered around several themes: propositions for the use of public space, whether through buildings, artworks or social activities; the surveillance of the public and performances for the camera; and the way that photographic records create potential histories for Vancouver.

The photograph – as an encounter between the photographer and the photographed – offers a way to re-read the past as unfinished, in flux and not yet normative, and to imagine a future that might produce a different set of relations between social subjects.

A publication will accompany the exhibition with writing by Gabrielle Moser and Lorna Brown.

The Belkin Art Gallery’s exhibitions and publications are made possible with the support of the Canada Council for the Arts, the Province of British Columbia through the BC Arts Council and our Belkin Curator’s Forum members. We gratefully acknowledge the generous support of the Morris and Helen Belkin Foundation, the Canada Council for the Arts Acquisition Assistance Program and the individuals who donate works of art to our collection. New initiatives to animate the Outdoor Art Collection are made possible with the support of the BC | Canada 150: Celebrating B.C. Communities and their Contributions to Canada Fund. We are grateful to John O’Brian and Marcia Crosby for their generous loan of works from their collections.

For more information, contact belkin.gallery@ubc.ca or 604.822.2759

Sites of Assembly exhibition

Tue, August 8, 2017 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM MORRIS AND HELEN BELKIN ART GALLERY. Free admission. <img src="http://belkin.ubc.ca/_graphics/1216t.jpg"/> Gallery hours: Tuesday-Friday, 10am-5pm; Saturday-Sunday, noon-5pm; Closed Mondays and Holidays

June 23-August 13, 2017

Opening reception: Thursday, June 29, 6-9 pm

Exhibit tour with Lorna Brown, Gabrielle Moser and Cheyanne Turions: Thursday, June 29, 7 pm

Outdoor art tour to James Hart's Reconciliation Pole: Thursday, June 29, 8 pm

Co-curated by Gabrielle Moser and Lorna Brown, the exhibition features photographic works from the Belkin’s permanent collection, the private collection of John O’Brian and the research archive of Marcia Crosby. Focusing on practices of photography as simultaneously art and document, the exhibition is ordered around several themes: propositions for the use of public space, whether through buildings, artworks or social activities; the surveillance of the public and performances for the camera; and the way that photographic records create potential histories for Vancouver.

The photograph – as an encounter between the photographer and the photographed – offers a way to re-read the past as unfinished, in flux and not yet normative, and to imagine a future that might produce a different set of relations between social subjects.

A publication will accompany the exhibition with writing by Gabrielle Moser and Lorna Brown.

The Belkin Art Gallery’s exhibitions and publications are made possible with the support of the Canada Council for the Arts, the Province of British Columbia through the BC Arts Council and our Belkin Curator’s Forum members. We gratefully acknowledge the generous support of the Morris and Helen Belkin Foundation, the Canada Council for the Arts Acquisition Assistance Program and the individuals who donate works of art to our collection. New initiatives to animate the Outdoor Art Collection are made possible with the support of the BC | Canada 150: Celebrating B.C. Communities and their Contributions to Canada Fund. We are grateful to John O’Brian and Marcia Crosby for their generous loan of works from their collections.

For more information, contact belkin.gallery@ubc.ca or 604.822.2759

Sites of Assembly exhibition

Sun, August 6, 2017 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM MORRIS AND HELEN BELKIN ART GALLERY. Free admission. <img src="http://belkin.ubc.ca/_graphics/1216t.jpg"/> Gallery hours: Tuesday-Friday, 10am-5pm; Saturday-Sunday, noon-5pm; Closed Mondays and Holidays

June 23-August 13, 2017

Opening reception: Thursday, June 29, 6-9 pm

Exhibit tour with Lorna Brown, Gabrielle Moser and Cheyanne Turions: Thursday, June 29, 7 pm

Outdoor art tour to James Hart's Reconciliation Pole: Thursday, June 29, 8 pm

Co-curated by Gabrielle Moser and Lorna Brown, the exhibition features photographic works from the Belkin’s permanent collection, the private collection of John O’Brian and the research archive of Marcia Crosby. Focusing on practices of photography as simultaneously art and document, the exhibition is ordered around several themes: propositions for the use of public space, whether through buildings, artworks or social activities; the surveillance of the public and performances for the camera; and the way that photographic records create potential histories for Vancouver.

The photograph – as an encounter between the photographer and the photographed – offers a way to re-read the past as unfinished, in flux and not yet normative, and to imagine a future that might produce a different set of relations between social subjects.

A publication will accompany the exhibition with writing by Gabrielle Moser and Lorna Brown.

The Belkin Art Gallery’s exhibitions and publications are made possible with the support of the Canada Council for the Arts, the Province of British Columbia through the BC Arts Council and our Belkin Curator’s Forum members. We gratefully acknowledge the generous support of the Morris and Helen Belkin Foundation, the Canada Council for the Arts Acquisition Assistance Program and the individuals who donate works of art to our collection. New initiatives to animate the Outdoor Art Collection are made possible with the support of the BC | Canada 150: Celebrating B.C. Communities and their Contributions to Canada Fund. We are grateful to John O’Brian and Marcia Crosby for their generous loan of works from their collections.

For more information, contact belkin.gallery@ubc.ca or 604.822.2759

Sites of Assembly exhibition

Sat, August 5, 2017 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM MORRIS AND HELEN BELKIN ART GALLERY. Free admission. <img src="http://belkin.ubc.ca/_graphics/1216t.jpg"/> Gallery hours: Tuesday-Friday, 10am-5pm; Saturday-Sunday, noon-5pm; Closed Mondays and Holidays

June 23-August 13, 2017

Opening reception: Thursday, June 29, 6-9 pm

Exhibit tour with Lorna Brown, Gabrielle Moser and Cheyanne Turions: Thursday, June 29, 7 pm

Outdoor art tour to James Hart's Reconciliation Pole: Thursday, June 29, 8 pm

Co-curated by Gabrielle Moser and Lorna Brown, the exhibition features photographic works from the Belkin’s permanent collection, the private collection of John O’Brian and the research archive of Marcia Crosby. Focusing on practices of photography as simultaneously art and document, the exhibition is ordered around several themes: propositions for the use of public space, whether through buildings, artworks or social activities; the surveillance of the public and performances for the camera; and the way that photographic records create potential histories for Vancouver.

The photograph – as an encounter between the photographer and the photographed – offers a way to re-read the past as unfinished, in flux and not yet normative, and to imagine a future that might produce a different set of relations between social subjects.

A publication will accompany the exhibition with writing by Gabrielle Moser and Lorna Brown.

The Belkin Art Gallery’s exhibitions and publications are made possible with the support of the Canada Council for the Arts, the Province of British Columbia through the BC Arts Council and our Belkin Curator’s Forum members. We gratefully acknowledge the generous support of the Morris and Helen Belkin Foundation, the Canada Council for the Arts Acquisition Assistance Program and the individuals who donate works of art to our collection. New initiatives to animate the Outdoor Art Collection are made possible with the support of the BC | Canada 150: Celebrating B.C. Communities and their Contributions to Canada Fund. We are grateful to John O’Brian and Marcia Crosby for their generous loan of works from their collections.

For more information, contact belkin.gallery@ubc.ca or 604.822.2759