Saturday October 8th, 2016
Yoko Ono’s Art in Remote Japan: Traveling Far to See the Sky…
In a woodsy patch of a park tucked next to a stream, one of Yoko Ono’s most unusual creations can be found in what is, for any artist’s work, a most unexpected setting.
Saturday October 1st, 2016
More Ecological Art in Vancouver, Please!…Projects like these make us stop and think, and can even inspire us to change.
Public art can soothe, annoy, confuse, or give us a shot of beauty on a dreary day.
But does public art also have the power to inspire, and change our minds? Can it change society?
Monday September 26th, 2016
ai weiwei: “it’s not about the work, it’s about saying something”
As the artist opens his most comprehensive retrospective to date in Florence, he speaks to i-D about the refugee crisis, fighting for freedom and turning art into political action...
Monday August 8th, 2016
In this add Jonathan Borofsky's Human Structure is highlighted...
Wednesday May 11th, 2016
Colourful Giants Need Public Support: Biennale deadline approaching on the silo art at Ocean Concrete
Daphne Bramham: Let's keep Osgemeos' Giants as a happy addition to Vancouver landscape. I no longer laugh out loud when I see the Giants. Now, they just make me smile. There's somthing both silly and charming about them staring down from their lofty, 21.3-metre height on the silos at Ocean Concrete on Grandville Island..."But for the Giants to even have a chance at survival, the Biennale needs $35,000 before September."
Sunday May 1st, 2016
Vancouver Official Vistitor’s Guide
Friday April 1st, 2016
Audacious Art VANCOUVER BIENNALE CREATES ARTISTIC LEGACY
Car enthusiasts appreciate what makes something great is often not immediately tangible. Rather, it’s the cumulative effect of its parts. Take an Audi, for example. That is such a sexy and luxurious package. Without its innovative engineering it wouldn’t offer that remarkable ride.
Wednesday March 23rd, 2016
Does Vancouver need a set of rules?
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 exploring the city.
Wednesday March 23rd, 2016
‘Rules for Vancouver’: Bus stop artist asks residents to vote for best rule
Rule No. 1: As a member you will know what to do.
So kicks off a list of 17 “Rules For Vancouver” posted at 10 bus stops, the latest public art project to hit the streets as part of the Vancouver Biennale, a non-profit that brings public art to the city.
Monday March 21st, 2016
What is your ‘Rule for Vancouver’? Art exhibit asks
An unusual art exhibit is making Vancouverites ponder the “rules” for their own city.
The unconventional artwork dubbed “17 Rules for Vancouver” is supposed to be text-based and conceptual in nature, challenging and playing with the definitions of art, while also inviting viewers to participate and respond.