A little while back I introduced you to the epic public art project, the Vancouver Biennale, which is taking place over 22 months in the city. As the sculptures are revealed the Biennale blog will be profiling each of them, and we'll be reminding you and urging you to have a closer look.
This second one by Vladas Vildžiunas from Lithuania, called "Barbora" was unveiled a few weeks back, learn about it HERE.
The official word about the Vancouver Biennale:
The Vancouver Biennale is a registered non-profit organization that brings sculptures, new media and performance works by celebrated and emerging international artists to Vancouver and surrounding area parks, beaches and urban plazas, transforming our city into an open-air museum. Pursuing the theme in-transit-ion, the exhibition will further situate art along bike routes, on buses, at the Vancouver International Airport and at new Canada Line rapid transit stations.
The Vancouver Biennale redefines the traditional art exhibitioin by installing contemporary art in unexpected places for the entire community to enjoy, completely free of charge, day and evening throughout the seasons. The exhibition promises a diverse mix of interesting and important works of art, from the spectacular to the curious, to the though provoking and playful.