Tuesday May 24th, 2022 48 hours in Vancouver: The ultimate guide for visitors (PHOTOS) Sheri Radford, Daily Hive,  May 20, 2022 Learn more Tuesday April 19th, 2022 Weaving Stories Amy Kenny | Yukon Arts Centre Learn more Friday April 1st, 2022 A look at Vancouver’s most thought-provoking public art Sarah Anderson, April 1/22 Learn more Wednesday March 23rd, 2022 Lifshutz says sculpture he brought to downtown San Antonio ‘mocks’ Lenin, Mao Ben Olivo, San Antonio Heron,  March 23, 2022 Learn more Friday March 18th, 2022 Provocative Lenin and Mao sculpture arrives in downtown San Antonio Nicholas Frank, Mar 18, 2022, San Antonio Report Learn more Monday February 28th, 2022 How do we deal with controversial monuments that are also part of Vancouver’s history? Gordon McIntyre | Vancouver Sun Learn more Thursday October 4th, 2018 Best of Vancouver – Best Surreal Setting for Art Patricia Piccinini's "Curious Imaginings" exhibition featured as The Georgia Straight's "Best Surreal Setting for Art" in its Best of Vancouver 2018 edition.     Learn more Tuesday September 25th, 2018 Art installation explores curious and complex relationship between humans and animals Hyperrealist installation Curious Imaginings is on display in a wing of the 105-year-old Patricia Hotel in Vancouver's Strathcona neighbourhood. Part of the Vancouver Biennale, some of the shocking yet fascinating sculptures of hybrid animals by Australian artist Patricia Piccinini include a humanoid beaver, a half-human/half-orangutan mother and a family of humanesque pigs. Piccinini says the sculptures say a lot about people's relationships to animals. "I think they're asking some very important questions like, what is our relationship to the nature that we're changing around us?" Piccinini told CBC's Margaret Gallagher.   Learn more Tuesday September 25th, 2018 Les curieuses créatures imaginées – ICI.Radio Canada A text by Richard Thériault Patricia Piccinini and her team worked for more than 18 months on the preparation of her exhibition Curious Imaginings presented as part of the Vancouver Bienniale. The Australian artist has been creating hyper-realist characters for years, all of which have undergone transformations. A work she describes as a dialogue with the audience on the themes of identity and tolerance. Learn more Wednesday September 12th, 2018 In Curious Imaginings, Patricia Piccinini’s beautiful mutants engage unexpected empathy She’s a mutant and a mistake. She is an aberration—a creature who falls somewhere between orangutan and human, a misguided DNA experiment. And yet you can see the beauty in her. You’re drawn to this orange-haired creature, with her gentle brown eyes. Learn more