The “great monster of death” arrives in Toronto

Lenton Williams worked in the printing department at Eaton’s department store. On the evening of June 14, 1905, the 60-year-old was... Read More

Contact at 20: An Interview with Bonnie Rubenstein

Interview by: Ilana Altman & Melanie Fasche Bonnie Rubenstein has been a director at the Scotiabank CONTACT Photography Festival... Read More

LORINC: What Toronto can learn from street fighter Janette Sadik-Khan

Toronto has only one short and unflattering walk-on part in Janette Sadik Khan’s fascinating account of her experiences as the... Read More

Urban Confrontations: An Interview with Jennifer Marman and Daniel Borins

Interview by: Ilana Altman Jennifer Marman and Daniel Borins have been making large-format sculpture, mixed media, installation and... Read More

Art 24/7: The Legacy of the Toronto Sculpture Garden

By: Rina Greer For over thirty years, the Toronto Sculpture Garden was the site of innovative, temporary, contemporary sculpture... Read More

LORINC: waiting for the other shoe to drop on inclusionary zoning

In what seemed like one in a series of tactical policy announcements meant to burnish their progressive bone fides, Kathleen Wynne’s... Read More

On the Waterfront: Building public art collections in Toronto’s newest neighbourhoods

By: Rebecca Carbin Previous articles in The Artful City series provide a thorough overview of Toronto’s approach to commissioning... Read More

Not In My Front Yard: The controversy of installing sidewalks

McNicoll Avenue at Boxdene Avenue. There’s no sidewalk on the south side of this busy Scarborough road. It might come as a... Read More

How Exhibition Place got the retro Dufferin Gate

You can tell a lot about a place by how it greets its visitors. The goofy lights at Honest Ed’s tell customers... Read More

The Evolution of Public Art Policy in Toronto

By: Jeff Biggar Public art has a storied past in Toronto’s History. The City of Toronto’s public art collection stems back to the late... Read More