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A-Mazing Laughter. Phot by Mike McHolm (Creative Commons) Public Art – iconic and instagrammable

Story by Anke Hurt. Lead photo by Mike McHolm (Creative Commons) Sometimes art is meant to change our view of the world — and public art, in particular, has the ability to make urban space “live” differently. It can be... Continue reading »

February 7, 2018   |   0 comments
Deeper meanings lie behind apparent goofiness in Yue Minjun's installation A_maze_ing_Laughter by English Bay. Photo: A. Davies Public art around us: Looking past the frozen smiles of Yue Minjun’s A-maze-ing Laughter

By Aderyn Davies With spring here and weather warming up, it’s a great time to get out there and start engaging with the city’s public art. One of Vancouver’s most recognized, indeed iconic pieces, A-maze-ing Laughter by Chinese artist Yue... Continue reading »

April 28, 2017   |   0 comments