Great Photos of Vancouver Biennale During the 2010 Olympics
Monday February 22nd, 2010
The city of Vancouver went absolutely insane this past weekend as the Olympic festivities reached full-on epic volume.
Everybody was on the street. I took a walk with some friends thru the madness of Granville Street on Friday night. I have never seen so many people! Crowded, hooting, galavanting throngs of humanity.
And during it all great sculpture from around the world abides in the parks, public spaces and streets of Vancouver for everyone to enjoy.
Check out these incredible photos of the Vancouver Biennale sculpture entitled Freezing Water #7 by Chinese artist, Jun Ren. It’s located along the footpath in Vanier Park overlooking False Creek, Sunset Beach and Stanley Park.
Local photographer PopeJon2 (if anyone knows PopeJon2’s true identity please ask him to get in touch with me at sean[at]vancouverbiennale[dot]com so that I can credit him properly. Thanks!) took some stellar shots of Freezing Water dancing with Rafael Lozano-Hemmer’s amazing light installation “Vectorial Elevation”.