4 Avenue Road, Toronto, ON
The Yorkville neighbourhood has a rich history, beginning as a residential suburb, shifting to a bohemian cultural hub and finally arriving at its current status; one of the city’s most luxurious retail and residential destinations. Historical landmarks, fascinating people and the bustle of Yorkville life are the kaleidoscopes of experiences that inspire this photo exhibit. The stark black and white finish of the photos reflects the quiet elegance associated with the area. Much like the City of Toronto as a whole, first impressions do not always tell the whole story. Closer examination and exploration will reveal a fascinating narrative that is continuously evolving.
SoTeeOh is a Toronto-based photographer focused on stylized views of daily urban life. Drawing inspiration from the realms of design, architecture, and fashion, he creates images that share a sense of urban grit through an emphasis on symmetry, pattern, and color. ...
This project was realized with aftermodern.lab – an accomplished award-winning Toronto-based communication design studio working in both cultural and commercial contexts in all mediums.
This exhibit has been installed on the construction hoarding surrounding a luxury hotel and mixed-use development.
© 2020 The PATCH (Public Art Through Construction Hoarding) Project - all images are copyrighted by the artist, unless otherwise noted