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POLY­GON GALLERY, NORTH VAN­COU­VER From Novem­ber 18

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The in­au­gu­ral ex­hi­bi­tion at the Poly­gon Gallery con­sid­ers North Van­cou­ver and its sur­round­ings.

Pho­to­graphs of Van­cou­ver are of­ten framed by the coastal moun­tains on the city’s north­ern edge. This rugged, nat­u­ral beauty bol­sters Van­cou­ver’s rep­u­ta­tion as one of the world’s most liv­able and pic­turesque places. Nes­tled at the base of a moun­tain, the city of North Van­cou­ver is hazily ev­i­dent in th­ese pic­tures—a glis­ten­ing ap­pendage to its south­ern sis­ter—and a place whose com­plex his­to­ries can only be dimly imag­ined. “N. Van­cou­ver” reg­is­ters the fa­mil­iar while re­veal­ing the hid­den.

N.E. Thing Co. Dou­ble Light Casts, Sey­mour River 1968/1981 COL­LEC­TION OF PHIL LIND

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