In New Public Art, Three Visions of Vancouver Collide

Wednesday March 26th, 2014

In many ways, Vancouver is the ideal city for public art. While Winnipeg excels at wintertime installations like its idiosyncratic “warming huts,” and Toronto’s public art often feels grittier and more urban due to its main greenspaces being ravines—tricky places for exhibitions—Vancouver benefits from a warmer year-round climate and abundant parkland.

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