Biennale Sculptures Move On

Going west toward Stanley Park from the Marine Building, the Vancouver Sculpture Biennale had several installations in the Coal Harbour area, making the walk along the recreational paths a stimulating experience, particularly if you took advantage of the cellphone guide to the pieces shown.

The whole event is completed at the end of this month, and while it was here, it added a great deal to the mix in open spaces of the Coal Harbour neighbourhood.

King and Queen by Sorel Etrog, as seen in the Harbour Green Park, looking toward the North Shore.

Installed in a square bounded by condos on two sides, the street to the south and the view of the harbour, Device to Root Out Evil by Dennis Oppenheim has been an ongoing conversation piece.

For more on the Biennale, and the works shown, go here – their site.