Michael Gibson Gallery

Angie Quick “A Life of Crime”

Our current exhibition of magical and dream-like paintings by emerging London artist Angie Quick, explore plush interior spaces that suggest both the absence and presence of a figure. Artist Tour & Talk on the last day of the show - Saturday, February 25 @ 2pm.

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Gathie Falk @ Museum London

Gathie Falk's touring survey exhibition opens at Museum London on Thursday, February 23. “Gathie Falk: Revelations” explores the career of this legendary Canadian artist and features her sculptures, paintings and performance ephemera.

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Angie Quick @ Museum London

make me less evil, Angie Quick’s first solo exhibition at Museum London, brings together more than twenty paintings produced in 2022. In this exhibition, her canvases explode in a riot of imagery: bodies merging and splitting, scenes of heaven and earth pouring into one another, and moments of tenderness alongside images of disorder.

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Michael Snow (1928-2023)

We are deeply saddened to learn about the passing of our friend Michael Snow.

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Artists and Artwork

Curated Artworks

Chantal Khoury

Chantal Khoury

Chantal Khoury engages with Lebanon’s history, personal archives, and postcolonial theory for paintings to display transformation. Her broader practice includes engagement and collaboration with other South West Asian and North...

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Wanda Koop

Wanda Koop

Wanda Koop's work always explores the contrasts between nature and technology. In her 2011 series "No News", her compulsion was perhaps perfectly expressed. Based on images mediated through the television screen, Koop carefully observes what she sees: ecological dramas, post-industrial architecture and the constant news cycle.

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Joyce Wieland

Joyce Wieland

Joyce Wieland, known to work in various media, engaged herself in issues of nationalism, feminism and ecology. This small crest combines issues of the impact of pollution on the ecology of Canada and its relationship to our Canadian identity. This is an open variable edition of a sewn embroidered crest.

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Since 1984, Michael Gibson Gallery has specialized in the acquisition and sale of artwork created by artists of significant Canadian and International cultural importance. By providing our clients with unparalleled service and unique opportunities, we continue our tradition of excellence in the brokering of Canadian and International art.

  • Specializing in Post War Artists
  • Over 30 Years of Experience
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Established in 1984

Michael Gibson Gallery has earned a nation-wide reputation specializing in the buying and selling of contemporary Canadian art.  Housed in one of the finest exhibition spaces in Canada, the gallery offers superior service to its collectors.

Through our curated exhibitions, in-depth catalogues, and lively public events, we aim to promote the work of the best emerging and established regional and national artists in order to enrich the cultural life of our clientele. We also buy and sell works by key contemporary and historical artists and advise private and corporate collectors as well as artists’ estates.