Based in Vancouver, Catriona Jeffries is one of Canada’s pre-eminent spaces for contemporary art and is recognized internationally for its ongoing, rigorous contribution to contemporary art discourse. Established in 1994, the gallery represents artists of international prominence whose practices have emerged out of the renowned conceptual art histories of Vancouver. By maintaining dialogues with artists, writers, curators, museums and private collections, Catriona Jeffries continues to curate projects that contextualize the work of gallery artists within an historical trajectory, as well as with those of other artists working internationally through an expanded practice of exhibition making and research. In the current space, a large converted auto parts warehouse in East Vancouver, the gallery has been able to take on ambitious curatorial collaborations, off-site projects and specially commissioned work. Continuing the gallery’s history of publishing, CJ Press was created in 2006 where the gallery now publishes a series of ongoing volumes which bring together commissioned writing on the occasion of each gallery exhibition. Catriona Jeffries has a respected reputation in representing its artists in prominent private and museum collections, both in Canada and internationally.


Catriona Jeffries

Owner, Director

Peter Gazendam


Paul Jackson

Director Operations

Francesca Szuszkiewicz

Administration and Archive

Steven Cottingham

Communications and Archive

Aileen Bryant


Paul Plater




+1 604 736 1554


+1 604 736 1054



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274 East 1ST Avenue
Vancouver, British Columbia
V5T 1A6 Canada
(entrance at back lane)

We are located on the south side of 1st Avenue, a block and a half east of Main (between Lorne & Scotia Streets). Parking available at west side of building.


To drive from downtown Vancouver takes about 5 minutes.

Driving from Vancouver International Airport
takes about 22 minutes.

By public transportation from downtown:
4 minute Skytrain ride to Main Street Skytrain Station and 4 minute (0.7 km) walk south on Main Street and east on 1ST Avenue.

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