Tatar Art Projects is art of Winning Bid Team with WZMH & PCL for long-term renovation and reconstruction of the Macdonald Block Complex in downtown Toronto. The Macdonald Block Complex is the administrative hub of Ontario government operations, and has a total gross building area
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 Project’s would like to congratulate both Alissa Coe and Rob Southcott, who made Azure Magazine’s, Canada 150: 30 Canadian Product Designers Leading the Charge list. We have worked with both Alissa and Rob on multiple projects including The Toronto Delta Hotel, Deloitte’s head office
Tatar Art Project’s very own Darren Alexander featured in the Spring/ Summer 2017 issue of Block Magazine, on pages 38-41. Head over to Issuu to read the full article!
Toronto – May 8, 2017 — Tatar Art Projects is please to announce that Scotiabank CONTACT Photography Festival, is back for its twenty-first year.
TAP would like to congratulate our client, Oxford Properties, on their sponsorship of the Luminato Festival.
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…
The Deloitte National Headquarter’s Corporate Art Collection – directed and curated by TAP – was recently featured in Toronto Life in their “Inside Deloitte’s 19-floor office, with treadmill desks, a spin studio and a full outdoor kitchen” article.