sculpture

We're tickled pink by the new sculpture recently installed at the Hazelton Hotel in Toronto's Yorkville neighbourhood. People all too often dismiss this posh part of town as more of a mainstream shopping destination rather than a district know for cutting edge art. However, there are a number of terrific galleries on these streets and one hotel in particular that is now showing its fun and creative side.

Check out this great interview by the Hazelton Hotel with the talented sculptor Jaime Angelopoulos.

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we always love finding cool artists doing different things. Thanks to enpundit, we discovered the work of New York artist Kumi Yamashita.

Yamashita has been hard at work on her project titled, ‘constellation...

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Since Tuesday is the new monday in the art world... thought we'd kick off your week with some of our favourite public art from around the globe! 


The melting ice cream truck is a sculpture titled ...

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'watertower' by tom fruin, 2012, found plexiglas, steel, bolts, 25 x 10 x 10 feet, images by robert banat courtesy the artist

tom fruin has just unveiled his newest kaleidoscopic structural installation 'watertower' for his series '...

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About 11 months ago, Vice contributor, Glen Coco wrote a post entitled, I'm Sick Of Pretending: I Don't "Get" Art.

This article has been liked 110,000 times (was approximately 40k just 24 hours ago), tweeted over 2,200 times, and has over 700 comments...

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Over the past two weeks I have visited both the frieze and fiac art fairs and for those of you participating in Art Toronto, I've learned to secret to attracting tons of people to your booth - so listen up. It's quite simple actually and works every single time. Install a crazy and outrageous sculpture, even if you don't think you'll sell it.

Seriously.

Art fairs are full of people who are not there to buy, but rather to take in the sights. These range from artists looking for inspiration to casual art goers...

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