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Jennifer Kostuik Gallery

Established 1997 in Vancouver, Canada, the gallery represents established and emerging visual artists from across Canada, the USA, Japan, Mexico and The Netherlands. It brings together artists that explore similar themes and aesthetic approaches creating a relevant cross section of current interests and concerns. The gallery artists’ works address the various ways in which the contemporary mindset has altered nature and our relationship to it. Notably are organic references to nature’s influence, impact or unconscious message its presence plays on the individual artist or collector, or society as a whole. Together the works inform each other and provide a complex context for the reading of their individual perspectives.

Since 2001, the gallery has participated in international art fairs in New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Palm Springs, Toronto, and Miami. Our services include small and large-scale commission based projects, framing, local delivery and installation, and shipping worldwide.

The Jennifer Kostuik Gallery web site presents the most current and a selection of past work of each artist... [ Read all ]

Vancouver, BC

1070 Homer Street
V6B 2W9
Phone: 604-737-3969
Fax: 604-737-3964
Website: http://www.kostuikgallery.com

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Artists Represented

Laura Bell
William Betts
Dianne Bos
David Burdeny
Alex Couwenberg
Curtis Cutshaw
Matt Devine
Colleen Flynn-Lawson
Kumiko Fujinami
Steven Goring
Stephen Hutchings
Sand T Kalloch
Jim Kazanjian
Arno Kortschot
Marianne Lovink
Jane Masters
Bill McCarroll
Catherine Nelson
Stu Oxley
Patrick Pettersson
Carol Prusa
Sasha Rogers
Jennifer Stead

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Current Exhibitions

Arno Kortschot

April 3 - May 4, 2014

Jennifer Kostuik Gallery is pleased to introduce the wall mounted and freestanding, 3-dimensional sculptures of Vancouver based, Dutch artist, Arno Kortschot.

Kortschot searches for the connection of form and material in relation to both natural and man made environments. The geometric shapes employed by the artist are a reflection of both architectural elements and the rhythms and colors of Nature. His affection for minimalism creates a strong urge to fill spaces with objects that are stripped of all meaning to exist purely as a spatial concept. Inspired by the history of geometric abstraction that can be found in the art and architecture of his native country, The Netherlands, Kortschot creates sculptures that are meticulously placed side by side, are free standing, or lean at an angle against a wall. Kortschot shapes his ideas into sculptures with bright color and often with a repetition of the same shapes together. In some works, he has incorporated LED light to allow the form to glow with color from the inside out. In others, a slight tension exists where the sculpt... [ Read all ]

Forthcoming Exhibitions

David Burdeny
May 22 – June 29, 2014

New Work From Iceland, China and Brazil 2007-2014

Saudade is the organizing theme for this work. It’s a unique Portuguese word that has no immediate translation in English. A taxi driver introduced me to this concept as I made the 4-hour journey between Jericoacoara and São Luís in northeast Brazil. Roughly stated, it refers to a longing, a melancholy, a desire for what was or what could be – a desire to be someplace anywhere but the present.

In this instance, I’m photographing the landscape as a sort of dream state where we float above and wander through with no prescribed destination. The figures and landscapes in these images are neither of this world or the other, but in between. Collected over a 6-year period in Iceland, China and Brazil the images chronicle a landscape that shifts from primitive and raw to one of escape and beauty.

“The famous saudade of the Portuguese is a vague and constant desire for something that does not and probably cannot exist, for something other than the present, a turning towards the past or towards the future; not an active... [ Read all ]

Previous Exhibitions


January 28- March 14, 2010

In 2001 David Burdeny's "Drift" Series presented an identically placed horizon within the frame to graphically join a series of seascapes taken around the world. This concept formed the diagram of the "Sacred and Secular" series of joining distant locations (in this case skylines) by a common horizon. Sacred and Secular is an ongoing series of photographs that depict urban edge conditions and built environments throughout the world. In the course of Western architecture and urbanism, there is a long history attached to the Ideal, Visionary and the Fantastic as notions to create built space. For his newest series, Vancouver photography artist, David Burdeny, sees the scale, colour and density of the urban fabric always generating a unique vernacular. When removed from its context, the vernacular simply becomes kitsch such as the Bellagio in Vegas, or Mont Saint-Michel vs. Disney’s Magic Kingdom. Spanning across the globe, the locations of his new images are often distant in latitude, typology and syntax, commencing with the category defying works of 21st century ... [ Read all ]

Art Fairs

Palm Spring Fine Art Fair
Papier 14, Montreal
Toronto International Art Fair
Context, Miami

Location And Getting There

1070 Homer Street
Vancouver BC
V6B 2W9

Tel: 604.737.3969
Email: info@kostuikgallery.com

Located between Nelson and Helmcken on Homer Street in Yaletown, downtown Vancouver

Gallery Hours

10-6 Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday & Saturday | 1-5 Sunday


Meter parking on Homer Street between Nelson and Helmcken. There is also ample pay parking available at the underground parkade off Nelson and Hamilton Streets.

Canada Line

The newly built Canada Line stops at the Yaletown-Roundhouse station which is only a 5 minute walk from our gallery.


Jennifer Kostuik

Opening Times

Tuesday, Wednesday 10-6, Thursday 10-8,Saturday 10-6, Sunday 1-5pm, appointments can be made outside of gallery hours.