Current Art Installations

Image of: Langara – 49th: Don’t forget to to Breathe Art Installation by Aria Cheng, Grace Connor, Rozalyn Hardy, Emily Prevost MacMaster and Joana Palma

Langara – 49th: Don’t forget to to Breathe

by Aria Cheng, Grace Connor, Rozalyn Hardy, Emily Prevost MacMaster and J…

The RAY Art Collective has produced this work to provide a message of solidarity and hope in our uncertain and fast-paced times. The message, “DON’…

Langara – 49th View Art View Project
Image of: Yaletown Roundhouse Station: Model Suite (Sliding Door) 2005/17 Art Installation by Vikky Alexander

Yaletown Roundhouse Station: Model Suite (Sliding Door) 2005/17

by Vikky Alexander

As a contemporary of artists such as Richard Prince, James Welling and Sherrie Levine who were active in New York in the early 1980s, Vikky Alexander is of…

Yaletown – Roundhouse View Art View Project
Image of: Marine Drive Station: A Horse Led to Water Art Installation by Owen Murray

Marine Drive Station: A Horse Led to Water

by Owen Murray

Fascinated by anthropology and archaeology, Canadian photographer Owen Murray has spent the last decade documenting cultural heritage projects in Cameroon,…

Marine Drive View Art View Project
Image of: King Edward Station: Industrioglyphs Art Installation by Stuart McCall

King Edward Station: Industrioglyphs

by Stuart McCall

During visits to sites of industrial activity, Stuart McCall has been drawn to a recurring curious language of colourful temporary markings inscribed on ce…

King Edward View Art View Project
Image of: Broadway City Hall Station: Chintzware Art Installation by Julian Hou

Broadway City Hall Station: Chintzware

by Julian Hou

Julian Hou’s Chintzware (2017) considers the station lobby as a space of transition. The abstracted form of the steering wheel creates an ornamental repe…

Broadway – City Hall View Art View Project
Image of: Olympic Village Station: Fruit Tree Art Installation by Matthew Sawyer, Ron Tran

Olympic Village Station: Fruit Tree

by Matthew Sawyer, Ron Tran

Fruit Tree (2017) is a collaboration between artists Ron Tran and Mathew Sawyer. Already friends and with sympathetic art practices, the two had never befo…

Olympic Village View Art View Project
Image of: Vancouver City Centre: Unknown Road Art Installation by Jon Rafman

Vancouver City Centre: Unknown Road

by Jon Rafman

Google Street View started in 2007 as an experiment in five cities, but Jon Rafman’s series The Nine Eyes of Google Street View—which captures intrigui…

Vancouver City Centre View Art View Project
Image of: Waterfront Station South #haunted_hunted Art Installation by Tania Willard

Waterfront Station South #haunted_hunted

by Tania Willard

For nearly two decades, the 337 kilometer stretch of the Trans Canada Highway between Kamloops and Alberta has witnessed major infrastructural upgrades, dr…

Image of: Waterfront Station: Carpoolers Art Installation by Alejandro Cartagena

Waterfront Station: Carpoolers

by Alejandro Cartagena

In 2011, Alejandro Cartagena stood atop a bridge running across the highway between Nuevo Laredo and Texas—a lucrative drug corridor between Mexico and t…

Image of: Blossoms Art Installation by Kitty Leung

Blossoms

by Kitty Leung

Cherry blossoms erupt throughout greater Vancouver every spring. Fully bloomed cherry trees on abright sunny day present us a natural and energetic scene. …

Marine Drive View Art View Project
Image of: Wind Chimes Art Installation by Little, Price, Kerr, Jolin-Dobblin

Wind Chimes

by Little, Price, Kerr, Jolin-Dobblin

The site at the Langara 49th and Cambie Canada Line station is surrounded by both pedestrians and commuters. From bikes cycling by, chatter from pedestrian…

Langara – 49th View Art View Project
Image of: Walking Figures Art Installation by Magdalena Abakanowicz

Walking Figures

by Magdalena Abakanowicz

Photo Courtesy of Vancouver Sculpture Biennale Magdalena Abakanowicz is one of the most influential sculptors and artists of the 21st century and her nativ…

Broadway – City Hall View Art View Project
Image of: Date Stamp Art Installation by Alison Fu

Date Stamp

by Alison Fu

Alison Fu`s Date Stamp is the result of examining the residential areas of the City of Vancouver through documenting its sidewalks and the houses associate…

Vancouver City Centre View Art View Project
Image of: How are you going to get to where you want to be Art Installation by QUINLAN DEER

How are you going to get to where you want to be

by QUINLAN DEER

This city prides itself for its youthfulness and transient nature. People often use the city of Vancouver as a pit stop on their journey elsewhere. It is a…

Vancouver City Centre View Art View Project