Ambitious Exhibit Uses Art and Artifacts to Explore Histories of Canada’s Many Chinatowns

Whose Chinatown?
Every Saturday in April / 12-5pm / Griffin Art Projects, 1174 Welch St., North
Vancouver
griffinartprojects.ca/exhibitions/whose-chinatown

The Whose Chinatown? exhibition brings together a one-of-a-kind collection of art, photography and artifacts documenting the history of Chinatowns across the country. The exhibition draws from legendary private collections and artists such as Emily Carr, Unity Bainbridge, Yucho Chow, Fred Herzog and more. It questions how different narratives have been constructed around Chinatowns throughout Chinese Canadian history. The exhibition is free, and bookings are available every Saturday in April.

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