While Toronto has an assortment of very fine galleries and a bevy of smaller galleries, I’m convinced the whole city is a gallery. And I don’t simply mean the architecture, the built form of the city or the design of the urban landscape (which is a beautiful thing on its own).
I mean, quite literally, the city is a gallery. Art is everywhere in the public space, making for intriguing and lovely spaces. The other day I spent a few hours biking around my end of the city and it took a few hours to cover just blocks of the west end because I couldn’t stop snapping one shot after another of all the street art. Too much city; too little time.
A few images, then, of the public gallery of Toronto (more to come since this is only the west side).