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  1. The Vancouver Art Gallery's satellite space the Racetrack Gallery, Michael de Courcy, 1970
Item Details

Title: The Vancouver Art Gallery's satellite space the Racetrack Gallery

Artist: Michael de Courcy

Date: January 31, 1970

Format: Photograph [fibre based gelatin silver print]

Location: The Michael de Courcy Archive

Size: 12.70 × 10.20 cm

More Information: The Racetrack Gallery was a Vancouver Art Gallery satellite space located on the Pacific National Exhibition grounds. The Racetrack Gallery was part of the Vancouver Art Gallery’s public outreach program at the time. The Racetrack Gallery hosted exhibitions, lectures and concerts. Here gallery goers play with Michael de Courcy’s work “Jigsaw Puzzle” a double sided photographic jigsaw puzzles featuring urban industrial images shot in downtown Vancouver. Emily Carr paintings from the Vancouver Art Gallery’s permanent collection hang in the background. Collection of the artist.

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