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Official ceremonies were held to mark the dedication of the Acconci Studio-created Public Art architectural installation at WaterParkCity, to the City of Toronto.
When it comes to contemporary fresco work, “there’s no rethinking,” says Sandro Martini, the Italian artist responsible for a new, enormous, abstract fresco in the atrium of Toronto’s Burano condominium building
Sandro Martini has been responsible for outfitting Burano with a colourful and very energetic work, covering frescoed walls and huge etched glass panels, a work which has now been six years in the making.
When developers Lanterra and Lifetime Developments unveiled the Vito Acconci installation at WaterParkCity, it was the most recent addition to a significant list for the city.
Official ceremonies were held to mark the dedication of a Vito Acconci architectural installation unveiled at WaterParkCity in the historic Fort York neighbourhood. Acconci led attendees on a walking tour of the eye-catching installation.
Official ceremonies were held to mark the dedication to the City of Toronto of the Acconci Studio’s created public art architectural installation at WaterParkCity.
Acconci Studio now adds Toronto to its list of installations with their work surrounding the base of Lanterra’s WaterParkCity
The idea behind the Public Art installation at WaterParkCity is that space doesn’t make sense unless it’s ‘people’ space. Commissioned by Lanterra Developments, this masterpiece was completed in 2011.