earth without art **artist unknown**

The "earth" without "art" is just "eh". Also, add an "eh" to "art" and you have the whole earth.

Nathan Phillips Square, Toronto.  LOVE this ice rink!!

Water fountain becomes the winter ice rink at the Toronto city hall - - Skating at Nathan Phillips Square is the best. When they bust out the Tiny Toms Donuts and watery-but-nonetheless-appreciated-hot-chocolate booths, I die.

Toronto, 1957 “Up and down the stage he goes, dragging the mike like a captive, undulating, shouting feverishly,” wrote Charles Peaker, concert attendee. “He freezes, the orchestra stops—he glares at the audience like one in a hypnotic trance, then he leaps, gives tongue, and starts to dislocate his golden legs again.” .. “Then his face sets, his lips curl back and seizing the mike by the scruff of the neck he prowls up and down the platform, snarling, and driving his worshippers crazy.”

Toronto, 1957 “Up and down the stage he goes, dragging the mike like a captive, undulating, shouting feverishly,” wrote Charles Peaker, concert attendee. “He freezes, the orchestra stops—he glares at the audience like one in a hypnotic trance, then he leaps, gives tongue, and starts to dislocate his golden legs again.” .. “Then his face sets, his lips curl back and seizing the mike by the scruff of the neck he prowls up and down the platform, snarling, and driving his worshippers crazy.”

Jen Hutton Welcome to Yesterday 2012 Installation view / photo Nick Kozak  Honest Ed’s is a time warp. The bright fluorescent lights, hand-painted signs and cluttered decor create an atmosphere set in the past. The latest Koffler Gallery Off-Site project “Summer Special” transforms the Toronto store/institution into an art-lover’s scavenger hunt; while some search for bargains, curious viewers track down subtle artistic inventions in and around the store.

Honest Ed’s is a time warp. The bright fluorescent lights, hand-painted signs and cluttered decor create an atmosphere set in the past. The latest Koffler Gallery Off-Site project “Summer.

AGO

Art Gallery, Ontario, Toronto

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