Public Art: The Proud Youth

The Proud Youth is one of the installations in the Vancouver Biennale Open Air Museum. The piece is located on the Yaletown seawall along Drake Street. We’ve included a few photos for reference. Vancouver Biennale is a non-profit charitable organization that “exhibits great art in public space, creating a catalyst for learning, community engagement, dialogue, and social action,” with a mission “to make Public Art accessible, engaging, and motivating to create vibrant and inspired communities” (more information here https://www.vancouverbiennale.com). A heartfelt thank you to Vancouver Biennale!

One thought on “Public Art: The Proud Youth

  1. The Biannale is a scam,
    It is a place for Chip Wilson to dump his seemingly bad popular taste on the city.

    Most patrons (see Modern Art, or Arte Internationale magazine ) think much less of it than the man-in-the-street, who at least shrug.

    EVery one of the Chinese arts (Have you ever seen the Hangzhou academy) should be dumped on his yard.

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