Yayoi Kusama’s much-anticipated “Infinity Mirrors” exhibit at Toronto’s Art Gallery of Ontario (AGO) is one of the hottest tickets in town – and trust us when we tell you that it’s about to saturate your social media feed.
We told you it was going to be the party of the season (we also told you not to book any morning meetings the next day, so hopefully that worked out for you).
In all of its visually stimulating, alternate reality-filled glory, Power Ball XIX: Stereo Vision presented by Max Mara definitely didn’t disappoint.
Creative food stations, Instagram-worthy art at every turn, a breezy lakeside party and live performances – you’ll find it all at Power Ball XIX: Stereo Vision, complete with a dress code that invites no shortage of talking points.
Aptly named the MASSIVE Party, the Art Gallery Ontario’s annual fundraiser is regarded as one of the premiere events of the year. With Machine Age as this year’s guiding theme, the Massive Party explores our past, present, and future relationship with machines. Artists were invited to craft three distinct spaces throughout the AGO itself: Industrial, Digital and Space.
Paint Cabin, a rustic-themed art studio with a cafe and fully-licensed bar, has become the newest hip hangout spot for those who want to feed both their creativity and their stomachs at the same time. Their cafe features housemade espresso – cafe mocha and chai latte to name a few – and a large variety of pastries from local bakeries such as Wanda’s Pie in the Sky and Earth & City.
In honour of one of Canada’s most prolific filmmakers, The TIFF Bell Lightbox is set to unveil a major exhibition celebrating the works of David Cronenberg entitled “Evolution”. It will showcase the evolution of David Cronenberg as a filmmaker curated by TIFF director CEO Piers Handling and Artistic Director Noah Cowan. Visitors will be immersed in Cronenberg’s world with the opportunity to view sixty original artifacts rare and unseen footage. The exhibit will remain at the TIFF Bell Lightbox for…