History

Yves Trépanier and Kevin Baer established TrépanierBaer in 1992. The gallery specializes in the exhibition and sale of Canadian and international contemporary art and is considered to be one of Canada’s leading commercial contemporary art galleries. In addition to representing well known mid-career and senior artists such as Vikky Alexander, Eric Cameron, Chris Cran, Christian Eckart, Ron Moppett, Carol Wainio and Evan Penny, the gallery maintains an active and successful program for the presentation of young and emerging Canadian artists’ work. The gallery has launched many careers and staged first exhibitions of works by now critically acclaimed artists Martin Bennett, David Hoffos, Chris Millar, Luanne Martineau, Graeme Patterson, DaveandJenn and Ryan Sluggett to name a few. Most recently, TrépanierBaer introduced Toronto-based artist James Carl to Western Canadian collectors in an exhibition titled James Carl: Jalousie and Other Works.

 TrépanierBaer provides appraisal and consulting services to private individuals and corporations seeking to develop art collections or to de-accession their collections. The gallery also provides consulting services in the area of public art and has managed several major public art projects and commissions for corporations and civic entities.

 Located in Calgary, in the fashionable Beltine district, the gallery designed by Swiss architect Urs Kick, provides 3000 square feet of exhibition space.

 TrépanierBaer is a member of the Art Dealers Association of Canada (ADAC).