You need to commission a statue to memorialize a great builder. Who do you hire?
Adam Beck should be a household name in the province of Ontario, but he’s not. And yet, there’s a statue in his honour in the heart of Toronto. Ever wonder why?
Henry Moore’s Two Large Forms is an iconic Dundas Street landmark. Why would anyone want to move it?
Actually, there are some pretty compelling reasons. Find out more.
Henry Moore’s Two Large Forms is an iconic Toronto landmark, residing at the corner of McCaul and Dundas for forty years. Is it going to stay that way?
So how exactly did a mother elephant and her two babies come to reside by a fountain in heart of Toronto’s Financial District?
Bring your pith helmet, it’s safari time! See who is making their way to the Commerce Court watering hole.
Find out more about Joe Fafard, one of Canada’s preeminent artists.
What good could a bunch of cows do for a bunch of stressed out urbanites? Find out.
Tell pretty much anyone in this town that you are writing a blog about public art in Toronto and the first thing they’ll ask is: “Have you written about the cows yet?” Somehow seven life-sized bronze statues of cows have become synonymous with public art in this city. But how?
The Frederick G. Gans QC Memorial is composed of a single bronze abstract figure sculpted by artist Maryon Kantaroff. Kantaroff is a local artist who began her career after majoring […]