Polygon Gallery presents the work of 17 emerging B.C. artists with the 2021 Lind Prize, September 29 to October 17

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      North Vancouver's Polygon Gallery will showcase the work of 17 emerging B.C. artists who are finalists for the 2021 Philip B. Lind Emerging Artist Prize.

      The exhibition, which will be on display from September 29 to October 17, will include photographic prints, photo-sculpture, video installation, and film.

      Ana Valine, Oceans, video still from mixed media installation, 2020, courtesy the artist.

      "The Polygon was honoured to receive over 70 nominations from across the province this year," says Polygon Gallery director Reid Shier in a press release. "With an exhibition showcasing the work of 17 finalists, The Lind Prize continues to expand as a critical showcase of emerging artistic voices in B.C."

      Steven Cottingham, PostPhotoRealism, video still, 2021, courtesy the artist.

      Most of the finalists are recent film and visual arts grads from Emily Carr University of Art and Design, SFU, UBC, and UVIC, and include Rebecca Bair, Mollie Burke, Hannah Campbell, Steven Cottingham, Jacen Dennis, Sai Di, Suzanne Friesen, Levi Glass, Jordan Hill, Kevin Holliday, Ana Valine, Deb Silver, Graeme Wahn, Graham Wiebe, Gloria Wong, Qiuli Wu, and Charlotte Zhang.

      For more info on the Lind Prize and the exhibiting artists visit the Polygon Gallery website here