Guillaume Amat is a french photographer based in Paris whose photographic practice is dedicated to long-term projects which produce distinct photographic narratives. Amat's Open Fields series depicts reflective surfaces in natural or industrial settings, reflecting their opposing landscapes in an
Architecture firm BIG's verdant mixed-use complex, reminiscent of Moshe Safdie's experimental Habitat 67 housing in Montreal, has been approved for Toronto. The King West Street development, first revealed in 2016, has gained permission to begin construction in Canada's largest city. Its design by Bjarke Ingels'
Ivan Allifan is a prolific and wildly successful young painter from Toronto whose textured and eroticized figurative works have garnered him a considerable online following, amassing thousands of followers, a dedicated group of clients, and the liberty to work as an
On December 5th 2018, Arts Help’s True Original Design event came to Toronto: Held at an undisclosed location, a social “swipe up” story invitation was extended out to artists and content
Naji Chalhoub is best known for his affective, scribbled line drawings of seemingly torturous subjects whose hollowed-out eyes, sinister smiles and gaping screams unsettle the viewer. Based out of Lebanon, Chalhoub's manic penmanship dominates the landscape, where the artist transforms his abstracted
Tom Lehman is a software creator, programmer, and tech innovator, who also works as a sculptor creating ceramic which tread the line between form and functionality. The artist has been sculpting since he was 14 years old and has continued