Experience contemporary art by local, national and international artists. Browse current and past exhibitions.
We've shown over 500 exhibitions and 10,000 artists at Surrey Art Gallery!
Artists range from local to international and emerging to established. Our exhibition history highlights a diversity of artistic practices from painting and ceramics to sculpture and digital art, including audio art.
Image credit: Gailan Ngan, Double Hearing, 2017, clay, slips, glazes, metal stand, 128 cm x 89 cm x 51 cm. Photo by Dennis Ha. Collection of Surrey Art Gallery. Purchased with support of the Surrey Art Gallery Association.
Current & Upcoming Exhibitions
Rajesh Vora: Everyday Monuments
See photographs of water tanks and other rooftop sculptures found in India's Punjab region.
See what local artists are creating in this annual juried exhibition.
Atheana Picha: Echoes
This window mural at the entrance to Surrey Arts Centre celebrates the cultural importance of Coast Salish mountain goat horn bracelets and the significance the animal has to the people from this territory.
Mere Phantoms: Shadows Without Borders
Play with light and shadow in this interactive exhibition that explores human displacement, memories of home, and the refugee crisis.
Manuel Piña: Naufragios
The ocean becomes a kaleidoscope in this moving video work.
Body as Border: Traces and Flows of Connection
Artificial intelligence, poetry, and biology combine in this immersive outdoor art project.
Art by Surrey Elementary Students
Have a look at what today's youth are creating.
Works from the Gallery's permanent collection address the rise of mass media culture.
P.Mansaram: The Medium is the Medium is the Medium
Travel through five decades of P.Mansaram’s artistic practice that revels in repetition.
Joy of the Photographic Print
See photographs using a variety of darkroom processes in this exhibit by The Darkroom Group.
I Spy a City
Play "I spy" with sights from Surrey in these short and surprising animations.
Sandeep Johal: What If?
Step into a world reimagined with resilient South Asian women.
q̓ʷɑti̓cɑ: k̓ʷam̓k̓ʷəm̓ tə šxʷhəliʔ / Phyllis Atkins: Divine Connection
See life-and spirit-affirming artworks that draw from Coast Salish tradition and show the artist's connection to the world.
Gratitude, family, and friendship come to life in this community art exhibition developed by Progressive Intercultural Community Services Society (PICS).