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 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
See the creativity of local youth through photography, paintings, drawings, collage, and more.
I Spy a City
Play "I spy" with sights from Surrey in these short and surprising animations.
Yam Lau: Hutong House
Look inside a traditional Chinese courtyard house in this video installation about home, friendship, and time.
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
Immerse yourself in this video installation where the recent past meets the speculative future.
Ben Bogart: Watching and Dreaming
See what a machine sees when it goes to the movies!
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.
Elizabeth Hollick: Body Politic
View larger-than-life paintings of the human body that dominate urban landscapes.
Art by Surrey Elementary School Students - 2018
See the world through the eyes of a child this winter!
Alex McLeod: PHANTASMAGORIA
Experience a digital landscape full of whimsical characters that shift between 2D and 3D space.
Many Visions, Many Versions: Art from Indigenous Communities in India
Explore art rarely seen in North America!
Meera Margaret Singh: Lalbagh
Explore the boundary between theatre and real life in this three-channel video of India's Lalbagh.
Marianne Nicolson: The Way In Which It Was Given to Us
Learn about Indigenous lands in this animation with sound.
Listen and look at multisensory art representing the land beyond landscape.
Shift: Kwantlen Polytechnic University Fine Arts Faculty
See artwork throughout the building by KPU's faculty.