Montreal-based artist Anne Low presents her first solo exhibition at a public Canadian art gallery at Vancouver’s Contemporary Art Gallery (CAG), on now until March 24. Curated by Kimberly Phillips, who joined the CAG in 2017, Low’s exhibition Chair for a Woman explores the decorative arts (specifically furniture) within the context of the gallery space. Comprised of five individual sculptures, …
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