The Drake joins forces with WayHome to host the VIP area at one of the biggest music festivals of the summer.
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Food follows art. Our site-specific installation by Jesse Harris may be down, but that only means we're one step closer to unveiling our newest Drake outpost! Find out more about our special commissioned work while you wet your appetite for Drake One Fifty. Most restaurants under construction would put a simple "Opening Soon" sign in the window, but here at the Drake, we were inspired to use the construction hoarding at 150 York Street as a canvas for Toronto artist, Jesse Harris.
What follows is an entry from the journal of Lucy Mann, a recent engineering graduate who is currently visiting Toronto, attempting to solve a mysterious—and potentially deadly—riddle left behind by her great-grandfather. Lucy is also fictional, and one of the characters from VISITATIONS, an interactive theatrical adventure that was just extended to May 14. Check here for dates and tickets.
With just a couple of months to go, much of the art world is counting down to Venice! The Venice Biennale, is arguably the pre-eminent art exhibition - the so-called art Olympics - where, since 1895, countries have selected a single artist to exhibit in dedicated pavilions and temporary locations all over the city. The national exhibitions are supported by a massive group show in the sprawling Arsenale that aims to uncover themes in contemporary culture and provide a greater context for contemporary art.