Notions of culture such as art, music, and literature are introduced to a small segment of the population through formal education, family upbringing, and life experience. However, unlike other disciplines such as physics or chemistry, we’ve been conditioned to believe that exposure to culture will enrich our lives and in turn, a lack thereof will leave us unfulfilled and mired in ignorance.
Congrats to the Broadview Team on the great Globe and Mail article in this morning’s edition! TAP is about to install the edgy art program we’ve curated for the highly anticipated hotel. The program is comprised solely of Toronto-based artists and features works by Anna
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!
TAP is excited to have collaborated with Whitman Emorson on the designs of the hoarding for our future project The Well – Looking forward to seeing the construction develop and co-ordinating the public art elements of this exciting development!o
Tatar Art Projects would like to congratulate Sir David Adjaye on his recent knighthood and being recognized as one of Time Magazine’s Most Influential 100 People of 2017. TAP approached Adjaye Associates, London, UK, to collaborate on a submission for the National Holocaust Monument in
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
Developer Westbank Corp. has taken Ed Mirvish’s advice to heart in designing the new Mirvish Village on the site of Honest Ed’s.
Toronto – May 8, 2017 — Tatar Art Projects is please to announce that Scotiabank CONTACT Photography Festival, is back for its twenty-first year.
Vito Acconci, a powerful figure across a variety of mediums from performance art to landscape architecture has passed away at the age of 77.