Archive of posts tagged "Vancouver Biennale"
No, it’s not part of a set on Deadpool, thesuperhero/action filmed based on the Marvel Comics character that is currently filming in Vancouver. This stack of cars balancing on top of a tree stump is actually a new Vancouver Biennale public art piece called Trans Am Totem. Photo credit: Ted McGrath on Flickr Vancouver Biennale […]
The Vancouver Biennale invites Vancouver’s Instagram community to join their first Biennale InstaMeet on Saturday, April 11th and I’m pleased to co-host this event with @missyjena. A photo posted by Vancouver Biennale (@van_biennale) on Apr 4, 2015 at 6:07pm PDT Where Meet at F Grass by Ai Weiwei, at the North End of Bute off […]
To celebrate the third Vancouver Biennale of Public Art, running 2014-2016, I wanted to shine the spotlight on a few more legacy pieces that you can find around Vancouver such as my previous features, A-Maze-Ing Laughter, Echoes, and 217.5 Arc x 13′. There are many things that catch a photographer’s eye down at English Bay, […]
Announced back in March, the third Vancouver Biennale of Public Art is now in full swing as 20 new pieces join Vancouver’s public art landscape. Installed in parks and open spaces, biennale pieces will also be found in New Westminster, North Vancouver, and Squamish. Photo credit: Michael Schmidt & colink. & Dan Fairchild & colink. […]