Tammam Azzam is a Syrian artist now living in Dubai. His practice has evolved from painting to sculpture and since leaving his studio behind in Syria, digital and graphics based work. He was originally selected for this residency program in 2014 but was not granted a visa to come to Canada. One year and four visa […]
Four diverse artists from around the globe came together Saturday night in Squamish to say good-bye and share their experiences after six weeks here. Vancouver Biennale had brought the four to Quest University as artists in residency.
Jonathan Luckhurst is an Canadian photographic artist from Edmonton, Alberta. Vancouver Biennale International Residency artists have been taking over our blog this summer and now that the residency in Squamish is complete, Jonathan is ready to share the inspiration and process behind his project with you. This Residency is my first, and it’s the […]
The stack of suitcases Tammam Azzam, Syrian artist in residence in Vancouver, immediately evokes giant totems of Native Americans on the West Coast of Canada. These sculptures of noble lineages are identity and pedigree poles symbolically telling the past life of British Columbia’s Indians……..
As part of the Vancouver Biennale International Artist Residency Program, four international rising young art stars from Syria, India, Australia and Canada transform the cultural face of Squamish, Canada’s outdoor recreation capital.
Adam Goodes is a great champion. "In the End, we will remember not the words of our enemies, but the silence of... http://t.co/hKsdzOoKOk