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Wela, Light installation on ArtStack #wela #art

Wela, Light installation on ArtStack #wela #art

© Mathieu Doyon

© Mathieu Doyon

Andy Goldsworthy, Snow drift, carved into, waiting for the wind, Grise fiord, Ellesmere Island, 12 April 1989

Andy Goldsworthy, Snow drift, carved into, waiting for the wind, Grise fiord, Ellesmere Island, 12 April 1989

christo and jeanne claude. wrapping of reichtag berlin. don't accept sponsorship of any kind, no commissions, self finance through sales of other art and initiatives.

christo and jeanne claude. wrapping of reichtag berlin. don't accept sponsorship of any kind, no commissions, self finance through sales of other art and initiatives.

elaw-decoration-2007

elaw-decoration-2007

Afterburn Jardin de Métis

Afterburn Jardin de Métis

Canada Blooms Garden "Surface Deep" by asensio_mah and Harvard GSD. See also www.refordgardens.com/english/festival/.

Canada Blooms Garden "Surface Deep" by asensio_mah and Harvard GSD. See also www.refordgardens.com/english/festival/.

Popple - 2015 - Photo JM-1927  © 2015, Martin Bond, Jardins de Métis/Reford Gardens

Popple - 2015 - Photo JM-1927 © 2015, Martin Bond, Jardins de Métis/Reford Gardens

The Sharp Centre for Design, 100 McCaul Street, is a fine example of how to expand a college campus without obliterating older buildings and disrupting classes. The Centre is part of the Ontario College of Art and Design – which inhabits a postage stamp sized piece of land downtown. English architect Will Alsop developed the brilliant idea of installing a rectangular 2-storey “box”, atop coloured, 26 metre tall columns. The “box” contains art studios, lecture theatre and exhibition spaces

The Sharp Centre for Design, 100 McCaul Street, is a fine example of how to expand a college campus without obliterating older buildings and disrupting classes. The Centre is part of the Ontario College of Art and Design – which inhabits a postage stamp sized piece of land downtown. English architect Will Alsop developed the brilliant idea of installing a rectangular 2-storey “box”, atop coloured, 26 metre tall columns. The “box” contains art studios, lecture theatre and exhibition spaces

Guerrilla gardening.   Pothole Gardens installation by Pete Dungey.

Guerrilla gardening. Pothole Gardens installation by Pete Dungey.

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