Tuesday, April 5, 2011
The Gate to the North West Passage
I spent the most amazing day touring Vancouver's Kitsilano area enjoying the most spectacular beaches and parks. Of the 15 city parks in the Kitsilano neighbourhood, Vanier Park is the biggest and most famous. It is home to the Vancouver Museum, the Planetarium and many striking public works of art. Between the Biennale art exhibits "Freezing Water" and "Stop" stands this large cast Iron work of art "The Gate to the North West Passage by Chung Hung. It can be seen from any point in the park and is a landmark That was erected in 1980.