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City collects opinions on Biennale artwork

Richmond has launched a two-question survey to collect opinions on which, if any, Vancouver Biennale sculptures the city should buy.

Choices include Wind Waves, Miss Mao, Water #10, Doors of Knowledge and Heads. All sculptures are displayed in various public places around the city.

Each piece is expected to cost between $300,000 and $800,000.

The city will collect opinions until Feb. 18 at richmond.ca/publicart. Printed copies are also available at the Richmond Cultural Centre.

Feedback will be included in a report to council this spring, according to a city news release.

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