FROM THE ARCHIVES: Bau-Xi Toronto’s first exhibition, 1976
Take a look at Bau-Xi Toronto’s invitation for its very first exhibition, featuring work by painter Ken Wallace. With Bau-Xi Vancouver already established and thriving since 1965, Paul and Xisa Huang opened their second location in Toronto to serve a wider Canadian patronage. Show cards like these were meticulously hand-printed in the gallery basement—a sure indication of the gallery’s dedication to keeping patrons informed.
In 1976, Bau-Xi promised to exhibit artists and work with a view of the future. Today, Bau-Xi carries on this forward-thinking sentiment, while also making sure to honour the important cultural history of an institution that serves clients across the country.
Bau-Xi continues to represent the incredible work of Ken Wallace in both Toronto and Vancouver.