Capture Photography Festival has taken over Vancouver for the month of April. The festival, now in its third year, “is devoted to exhibiting challenging and thought-provoking photography from local and international artists.” This past Sunday the Vancouver Biennale team joined the Canada Line Public Art Tour: Documentary and Storytelling in Photography. Stopping at each of […]
The Vancouver Biennale is known for large scale public sculptures but we include many other artistic practices and mediums in our programing. We also work with and support a number of local and international Community Partner organizations who focus on just one artistic practice. Last month three of our partners celebrated their flagship events for […]
Presented by the Vancouver Biennale in partnership with Capture Photography Festival 2016, we invite you to explore Re-Establishing Shot, a photo montage artwork documenting urban landscapes from Seoul, Vancouver, Busan and Tokyo by Korean artist Seung Woo Back. This artwork is on display at Templeton Station on the Canada Line right beside the McArthurGlen Mall.
Written by Vancouver Biennale Team Member Ghazaleh Last week we unveiled our latest project to come out of the International Artist Residency Program, Rules For Vancouver, a text based work by British artist Peter Liversidge. The 17 rules are displayed in 10 transit shelters across the city. Rule number 3, Keep everything at […]
A new art installation inspired by the Vancouver Biennale includes 17 different rules for Vancouver will be displayed at 10 different bus stop shelters until May. The “rules” were created by British artist Peter Liversidge, who lived in Vancouver during his International Artist Residency in 2014 and came up with 60 proposals for artworks after […]
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