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See the Stylish Side of Vancouver
Emerging design and art districts, along with new cocktail spots and boutiques, are making the British Columbian city a haven for creatives.
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Clean contemporary style meets First Nations culture at Skwachàys.
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Stroll through the Flats, a growing arts community southeast of downtown, where zoning changes have spurred a recent influx of galleries. Start at the pioneering Catriona Jeffries, which represents the likes of Janice Kerbel, a 2015 Turner Prize nominee, and has shepherded Vancouver artists to international acclaim. On the same block, Winsor Gallery exhibits both established and emerging talents, from British surrealist Patrick Hughes to young hometown painter Andy Dixon, whose bright, engaging canvases will be exhibited in May. The adjacent Gallery Jones, a relative newcomer to the 'hood, regularly tours art fairs and shows locals like Danny Singer and James Nizam. At the neighborhood’s eastern end, check out Equinox Gallery’s massive warehouse, which hosts large collaborative shows and retrospectives. Finish your tour with a pint at Red Truck Beer, one of several microbreweries in the area and the watering hole of choice for Flats creatives.