Vancouver

The Polygon Gallery

  • 101 Carrie Cates Court
  • North Vancouver, BC V7M3J4
  • Phone: 604.986.1351
Operating Status: OPEN

In the fall of 2017, the acclaimed Presentation House Gallery in North Vancouver will open a stunning new facility in heart of the revitalized Lower Lonsdale area, to be named The Polygon Gallery. The Gallery will continue to exhibit and disseminate photography and media art, from acclaimed Vancouver photographers Fred Hertzog and Stan Douglas to world-renowned artists Ansel Adams and Andy Warhol. 

We welcome tour groups! Here's a few quick facts: 

  • 5 times more space for exhibitions and education! 
  • minutes from downtown Vancouver with commercial bus passenger zone onsite 
  • clean, modern event spaces for incentive groups and meetings
  • an onsite cafe and patio, with catering services 
  • adjacent to a new public plaza and Spirit Trail long the revitalized Lower Lonsdale waterfont
COVID-19 Updates

COVID-19 Updates

Recurring monthly on the 1st Saturday

Kids First Saturdays is an opportunity for families of all kinds to create an in-house art project, based on the exhibitions being shown in the Gallery. The projects are geared towards children ranging in age from 5 to 12 years old, though there is no age requirement to participate. All children must be accompanied by an adult. Vaccine Card required for all attendees age 12 and over. Register here: https://thepolygon.ca/event/kids-first/ Participation in Kids First Saturdays is by donation. Suggested amount $10. You can… more

Recurring weekly on Sunday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday until February 13, 2022

The Polygon Gallery presents Steven Shearer, an expansive solo show on display from Nov. 20, 2021, to Feb. 13, 2022. Curated by the gallery’s director Reid Shier, the exhibition marks the first major Canadian survey of Shearer’s work since 2007 and is a rare opportunity for Vancouverites to see the local artist’s work. The exhibition highlights the influence of Shearer’s monumental archive of more than 74,000 images — collected over several decades — on his artistic practice. A new commission comprised of 33 individual… more