One of Tatar Art Project’s greatest strengths is our extensive history in hospitality, shown in the volume of high quality art curations we have brought to our hotelier clients over the past 20+ years. Our recent completion at the Broadview Hotel blends archival references with
TAP was on site today at The Broadview Hotel today for the finishing element of our contemporary art program at the Civic restaurant. A salon-style composition of images were arranged on the main column within the restaurant – creating a continuous wrapping effect that goes
Tatar Art Projects is pleased to announce it has been selected as the art consultant for Hilton’s highly anticipated and newest property, Waldorf Astoria San Francisco. The latest addition to the iconic brand’s world-wide chain of luxury hotels, the Waldorf Astoria San Francisco will occupy
Tatar Art Projects is pleased to announce that the Broadview Hotel has been featured in Air Canada enRoute. TAP was responsible for developing and executing an art program for the public areas and guest rooms in the hotel. Drawing inspiration from the building’s rich history,
Tatar Art Projects is developing an exciting art program featuring all Toronto artists for the highly anticipated new Broadview Hotel, a new cultural anchor in Toronto’s east end. Beyond the typical guest rooms and public areas, TAP was tasked with finding an artist to assist
Toronto – May 8, 2017 — Tatar Art Projects is please to announce that Scotiabank CONTACT Photography Festival, is back for its twenty-first year.
The Broadview’s art program will feature works by various Canadian artists such as Kris Knight and Rob Baytor. The program will also include a curatorial nod to “Jilly’s” – one of Toronto’s most iconic adult entertainment venues for more than 30 years.
Tatar Art Projects is pleased to announce they have been engaged to develop the art program for the restored Broadview Hotel, a new cultural anchor for Toronto’s developing East side…
Tatar Art Projects is pleased to announce they have been selected as art consultants for the new Conrad Hotel, Washington DC.