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Offsite Exhibitions

Offsite exhibitions are organized by the Gallery’s Preparator/Exhibition Coordinator and generally draw from works from the City of Burnaby Permanent Art Collection. Offsite exhibitions also present opportunities for emerging and local artists to present their work to a wide audience.

Offsite exhibitions take place in two Burnaby library locations: Bob Prittie Library (Metrotown) and McGill Library. 

You can’t stop the train you’re riding when you come across a scene that will make a great picture

Exhibition Dates: 

January 14-May 4, 2021
Bob Prittie Library Metrotown, 6100 Willingdon Avenue

Lyndsay Pomerantz’s soft sculpture assemblages and digital collage contain non-linear narratives stemming from autobiographical anecdotes. She incorporates familial memories, millennial nostalgia, and subtle references to literature and pop culture within her work.  Pomerantz’s most recent body of work uses photographs taken by her maternal grandfather as source material for exploring how separate narratives, displaced through time and space, have the ability to inform and influence each other in the present.

Lyndsay Pomerantz, she/her (b. 1987 Hamilton, Ontario) currently lives on the unceded, ancestral territories of the Coast Salish Peoples including the territories of the xʷməθkwəyə̓ m (Musqueam), Skwxwú7mesh (Squamish), and Səlílw̓ətaʔ/Selilwitulh (Tsleil-Waututh) Nations. She is an artist, curator and writer. 

Lyndsay Pomerantz

Image Credit: Lyndsay Pomerantz, Lily (detail), archival inkjet print, 2020

Mark Delong: Itchy Window 

Exhibition Dates: 

January 13-May 3, 2021
McGill Library, 4595 Albert Street

Mark DeLong (b. 1978, New Brunswick, Canada) is a self-taught artist working in a range of media including sculpture, drawing, painting, and sequential art. The work included in Itchy Window continues Delong’s interest in ideas surrounding production, consumption and waste through the creation of colourful collages and assemblages using found or discarded materials.

His work has been displayed at Colette, Paris, France; Abel Neue Kunst Gallery, Berlin, Germany; Perugi Art Contemporenea, Padova, Italy; Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art, COOPER COLE, Toronto, Monte Clark, Vancouver, Canada; ACME, Los Angeles; Spencer-Brownstone Gallery, Ed. Varie, Little Cakes, New York; Halsey McKay, East Hampton, USA. DeLong currently lives and works in Vancouver. 

Mark Delong

Image Credit: Mark Delong, Selections on the Ice (detail), cotton thread and cardboard, 2020