Hung on the façade of a Vancouver Community College building, the words emit a soft yellow glow: “let’s heal the divide.” This site-specific installation, by Canadian artist Toni Latour, is one of the powerful works currently on view in the Vancouver Biennale.
As part of Public Furniture/Urban Trees, Hugo França has created a number of pieces of sculptural furniture from trees. It’s one of three installations being planned for New West as part of the Vancouver Biennale.
The I Have A Dream community global farming and gardening project was initiated in Squamish by Indian artist Shweta Bhattad as part of the Vancouver Biennale’s Residency Program. Shweta wanted to find a way to connect artists and farmers and highlight issues connected to food shortages and sustainability. Through the power of social media, Shweta connected […]
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.
"My brother pushed me head first into the open fire disfiguring me". My name is Daryl. I am not anonymous. There... http://t.co/G6oMBmLzwu