Image credit: Gailan Ngan, Double Hearing, 2017, clay, slips, glazes, metal stand, 128 cm x 89 cm x 51 cm. Photo by Matt McGale. Surrey Art Gallery permanent collection. Purchased with support of the Surrey Art Gallery Association.

Current & Upcoming Exhibitions

Art by Surrey Secondary School Students
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Art by Surrey Secondary School Students

See the creativity of local youth through photography, paintings, drawings,  collage, and more.

Installation view of I Spy a City at UrbanScreen
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I Spy a City

Play "I spy" with sights from Surrey in these short and surprising animations.

Yam Lau Hutong House
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Yam Lau: Hutong House

Look inside a traditional Chinese courtyard house in this video installation about home, friendship, and time.

Installation view of Delineations
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Delineations: Marilyn Dyer and Gailan Ngan

See bright paintings and sculptures that explore the tension between line and form.

Mark Soo, Twilight on the Edge of Town, 2020, video still, dual-channel video installation, mixed media, sound
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Mark Soo: Twilight on the Edge of Town

Immerse yourself in this video installation where the recent past meets the speculative future.

Pre-booked, Self-guided Exhibition Tours

Join us for pre-booked, self-guided exhibition tours as Surrey Art Gallery celebrates its 45th anniversary.

Past Exhibitions

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Ben Bogart: Watching and Dreaming

See what a machine sees when it goes to the movies!

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Flow: From the Movement of People to the Circulation of Information

See paintings, sculptures, and ceramics from our Permanent Collection that "flow" in different ways.

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Elizabeth Hollick: Body Politic

View larger-than-life paintings of the human body that dominate urban landscapes.

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Art by Surrey Elementary School Students - 2018

See the world through the eyes of a child this winter!

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Alex McLeod: PHANTASMAGORIA

Experience a digital landscape full of whimsical characters that shift between 2D and 3D space.

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Many Visions, Many Versions: Art from Indigenous Communities in India

Explore art rarely seen in North America!

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Meera Margaret Singh: Lalbagh

Explore the boundary between theatre and real life in this three-channel video of India's Lalbagh.

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Marianne Nicolson: The Way In Which It Was Given to Us

Learn about Indigenous lands in this animation with sound.

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Ground Signals

Listen and look at multisensory art representing the land beyond landscape.

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Shift: Kwantlen Polytechnic University Fine Arts Faculty

See artwork throughout the building by KPU's faculty.