No Ticket Needed: A Tour of Vancouver's Public Art

You don’t need a ticket to see one of the greatest contemporary art collections in North America. Just a good pair of flats, and maybe your Google Maps. Vancouver, British Columbia is famous for its outdoor attractions, like its sea wall, and an honest-to-god rainforest in the middle of the city, but it's also a standout when it comes to things man-made, particularly the more than 260 pieces of public art displayed throughout the city.
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Date

September 23 2017
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Golden Tree

Standing 43 feet tall, Coupland has set the sculpture in front of a 25-foot by 40-foot image of Stanley Park, which has been installed above the front entrance to Intracorp's MC2 development at Cambie Street and SE Marine Drive. Made out of steel-reinforced resin and fiberglass and encased in a...
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Digital Orca

The raison d'etre of the piece was to commemorate the workers in and around Burrard Inlet and Coal Harbour. The site's owners, Pavco specifically wanted artists to consider the past, present and future of the site.
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