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A Long Conversation (for Oona)
Vancouver
Detailed Location: between Thornton and Scotia Streets Photographer: Blaine Campbell  
A-maze-ing Laughter
Vancouver
This sculpture portrays Yue Minjun’s own image in a state of hysterical laughter. These laughing figures are the trademark of the artist. This sculpture was part of the 2009-2011 Vancouver Biennale, which is a biennial exhibiton of international contemporary art in pubilc spaces. A-maze-ing Laughter was donated to the City by Chip and Shannon Wilson...
Angel of Victory
Vancouver
Detailed Location: Waterfront Station, East of front entrance. Photographer: Maxime Cyr-Morton
Bird of Spring
Vancouver
A simplified bird form, the sculpture is a replica of a 14cm original from Cape Dorset, NWT. Detailed Location: On stairs down to plaza from the Vancouver Art Gallery, Robson Street. Photographer: Maxime Cyr-Morton
Box of Crayons
Vancouver
Photographer: City of Vancouver
Bright Futures
Vancouver
A sandblasted glass whorl on a stainless steel base, the design is a Salish face as the central figure surrounded by larger triangles that represent athletes of today. The smaller faces represent our future athletes. Photographer: Vancouver Park Board
Bringing Light to Darkness
Vancouver
The City of Vancouver, as part of its Canada 150+ program, commissioned a series of six paint and print murals created by Indigenous artists and artist teams. The public art is part of the City’s ongoing commitment to reconciliation and strengthening of relations between Indigenous communities and Vancouverites. The murals, banners and transparencies were commissioned...
Capturing the View
Vancouver
Three tapered sculptures reach upwards and outward to capture and absorb Vancouver vistas for pedestrians – vistas typically seen only from Coal Harbour penthouses. “A composition of three sculptural tree-like towers reach upwards and outwards towards Vancouver’s most desired views: the Mountains, the Park and the Water. The art elements capture distant vistas, absorbing them...
Centennial Rocket
Vancouver
A 12-foot-long stylized rocket ship made of bronze and stainless steel sits on top of an 11-foot-high stainless steel base. The design of the rocket ship looks like a 1950s Hollywood movie space ship. The design was originally created in 1936 for the Sheet Metal Workers Local 280 float for the Pacific National Exhibition Jubilee...