Pictured above: Members of CityStudio, Vancouver Public Spaces Network, Viva Vancouver and the City of Vancouverâ€™s Public Art program with the Vancouver Biennale team. Photo: Stephen Irving Â Great minds think alike. Over the past few months the Vancouver Biennale has been reaching out to the community and connecting with likeminded organizations in preparat […]
EDITOR, I am writing in response to a recent article in The Chief (â€œMuniz bringing his palette to Squamish, Sept. 26) regarding the planned expansion of the Vancouver Art Biennale to include Squamish. I wish to congratulate and thank Krisztina Egyed and the local businesses who are supporting this ambitious initiative. It is a major [â€¦]
Last month we introduced you to Korean artist Choi Jeong Hwa as he toured Squamish and Metro Vancouver in search places and spaces to situate one of his incredible sculptural works. This month, we were pleased to welcome Colombian visual artist and architect Luis Fernando Pelaez to do the same.
Our commitment to public art knows no boundaries. Thatâ€™s why, with our 2014-2015 exhibition OPEN BORDERS/CROSSROADS VANCOUVER, weâ€™re expanding the Vancouver Biennale to include a number of neighbouring communities in British Columbia including New Westminster, North Vancouver, Richmond, and Squamish. A few weeks ago, we were thrilled to showcase our partneri […]