Sami Tsang’s sculptures, usually of people, are whimsical, colourful, cartoonish, and expressive, and she often takes inspiration from the Chinese proverbs of her childhood.
Experience Tanqueray No. 10’s beguiling botanicals at the Park Hyatt Toronto’s exclusive Masters of Food & Wine event.
This year, the Scotiabank Contact Photography Festival unites the lens-based work of nearly 100 Canadian and international artists across 21 sites in its core program alone and includes pieces from over 330 artists.
Glowbal Restaurant Group, owner of Vancouver’s iconic Black + Blue steakhouse, is heading east with the opening of Black + Blue Toronto.
Instead of the typical saccharine storefront decked out in vibrant colours and cartoonish artwork, Cops, a tongue-in-cheek reference to police officers’ love of doughnuts, takes a more understated approach.
Family-owned Andrews, which has firmly established itself in the upper echelons of the Greater Toronto Area’s luxury womenswear market in its 33 years of operation, has a new Yorkville address.
Multidisciplinary artist and designer Ben Johnston has a way with words. The Toronto creative’s murals, paintings, and most recently, sculptures feature colourful three-dimensional word art that offer a moment of reflection for the viewer.
Toronto’s Harbord Village recently welcomed Parquet, a 50-seat French restaurant with warm-toned leather seats, mirror- and wood-lined walls, a black-veined white-marble bar, and a menu that incorporates local products and produce in dishes that riff on those you might find in a cozy bistro in the 14th arrondissement.
Body of Work is an ode to womanhood’s raw, colourful forms, from sensuality and creativity to austerity and audaciousness.