Vancouver Biennale plans to create a The Blue Trees environmental art installation in Squamish this fall. The Squamish Chief had a conversation with the project’s Australia based artist, Konstantin Dimopoulos.
A Vancouver-based artist is creating conversational buzz with his 33 foot, 25,000 pound sculpture, located at Quebec Street and Milross Avenue, of five recycled, smashed cars stacked upon each other and perched on an old growth cedar tree.
The Vancouver Biennale kicks off the 2nd year of CineFest LIVE with a film retrospective of the internationally renowned and controversial Chinese artist and human rights activist Ai Weiwei. The 27 film retrospective will launch with a double bill featuring the Vancouver premiere of Ai Wewei: The Fake Case by Andreas Johnsen followed by the […]
What can spur economic development, spark revitalization, shape our collective consciousness, reduce crime, be a catalyst for change and inspire innovation while reducing stress and invigorating public spaces? I’ll give you a hint. It’s often the first thing cut in a budget because it is seen as a “nice to have” or a frivolous waste […]
Vancouver, Canada. The Vancouver Biennale announces its latest public art installation “Trans Am Totem”, by Vancouver artist Marcus Bowcott. The 10 meter high, 11,340 kilogram (33 foot, 25,000 pound) sculpture, located at Quebec Street and Milross Avenue, is composed of five real scrap cars stacked upon an old growth cedar tree. The artwork considers our […]
The blue trees of london -“We need all art as we need all nature; there is a balance in both. " http://t.co/nS2HTxYiyv