After Hours: This Polygon Gallery exhibit is going to be a riot

The display at North Vancouver's public art gallery is here until November 6.

The Polygon Gallery

Credit: Polygon Gallery

The display is here until November 6

Riot Act

If you’re a Vancouver Canucks fan, now might be the time to look away. North Vancouver’s Polygon Gallery presents acclaimed artist Stan Douglas’s 2011 ≠ 1848, a photographic exhibit that depicts four different protests and riots from 2011. The ones in question are the start of the Arab Spring in Tunis on January 12, clashes between youth and police in London on August 9, the arrest of Occupy Wall Street protestors on the Brookyln Bridge on October 1 and, you guessed it, the Stanley Cup riot in Vancouver on June 15. The Canadian premiere follows the exhibition’s unveiling last spring at the Venice Biennale. September 9 to November 6. Tickets by donation, details on hours at  

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