The Vancouver Biennale is a non-profit charitable organization that exhibits great art in public space, creating a catalyst for learning, community engagement and social action. Frequently featuring internationally renowned artists, previous exhibitions include Giants by Brazil's OSGEMEOS on Granville Island, Trans Am Totem by Canada's Marcus Bowcott on Quebec Street, and A-maze-ing Laughter by China's Yue Minjun near First Beach, among others

Vancouver Biennale's 2018-2020 Exhibition continues with renowned Australian artist Patricia Piccinini's Curious Imaginings immersive sculpture experience. Taking over a floor of the 105-year-old Patricia Hotel in downtown Vancouver's Strathcona neighbourhood from September 14 - December 15, 2018, the exhibition will feature hyper-realistic human-animal creatures and will explore the social impacts of biotechnology, genetic engineering, digital technologies, and human interference. 

The 2018-2020 Exhibition kicked off in June 2018 with Saudi Arabian artist Ajlan Gharem's Paradise Has Many Gates, followed by Canadian artist Maskull Lasserre's Acoustic Anvil: A Small Weight to Forge the Sea, and Chilean artist Alfred Jaar's A Logo for America 

For more information on Curious Imaginings and other exhibits, visit the website