Sketching the Line is PATTISON Outdoor’s unique exhibition focusing on drawings of commuters sketched by other commuters. This year, to get the programme back up and running, we’ve decided to showcase a few our favourites from 2015.
PATTISON Onestop presents Stainless, a mesmerizing video installation by Berlin-based, Hungarian artist Adam Magyar. Shot in subway stations around the world, Stainless explores transience and time, and inhabits the margin between still photography and motion pictures.
The Things We Lose, the third in a series of public art projects driven by public contributions and inspired by the stories we don’t often share, gathers a collection of “Lost & Found” clips offered by various strangers exploring the themes of loss, hope and letting go.
The Toronto Urban Film Festival, North America's largest commuter film festival is rolling out its 8th annual edition. For 11 days, from September 5 to 15, 2014, Toronto's subway system hosts some of the world's best one-minute, silent films.
TAKE ON ME is PATTISON Onestop's first-ever partnership with Luminato Festival. From June 2nd to June 15th platform screens in 63 Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) subway stations will broadcast TAKE ON ME, featuring new work by local artists in dialogue with visiting Luminato Festiva
Drowning World by Gideon Mendel transforms Toronto’s Queen’s Park subway station into a unique exhibition space for Scotiabank CONTACT Photography Festival. The exhibition also threads throughout the city’s subway system, capturing the attention of more than one million daily co
An international exhibition of 78 sketches drawn by 13 artists from around the globe, features brief impressions of fellow commuters that document place, time and movement while simultaneously revealing a myriad of personal moments.
Filled with comic remorse, these poetic apologies reveal anti-heroes who try to come clean for almost everything including modern art, the millennium, nostalgia, Las Vegas, happiness, politics, and even sleeping.