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21 photos of the incredible public art installations along Toronto's beaches

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DH Toronto Staff Feb 19, 2017 11:30 pm 2,236

The Beaches have new art along its shores.

Winter Stations returns for its third-year, welcoming international designers to bring public art installations to Toronto’s beaches.

The new exhibits occupying Toronto’s waterfront landscape officially opens on Family Day, but those along the shores got a peak over the weekend. You’ll have a chance to see the exhibits until March 27.

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Check out what the new artwork looks like in the photos below.

get lost at winterstations. weathers great!

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the illusory 👁 #winterstations #winterstations2017

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#TO #winterstations

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Christmas is over #winterstations #winterstations2017 #beachesto #toronto

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Watchtower #winterstations #winterstations2017 #beachesto #toronto

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What’s your story? Collective Memory #winterstations #winterstations2017 #beachesto #toronto

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Looking south from “North” the winter station. #mobiography #beachstories #torontosnap #winterstations

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Winter Stations- Flotsam and Jetsam

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Winter Stations- Collective Memory

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#winterstations #winterwarmingstation #winterstations2017

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#winterstations #winterwarmingstation #winterstations2017

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| Flotsam & Jetsam | My favourite winter station by far, as the #plastic bottles that make up the fish highlights the realities of #plasticconsumption and its effects on aquatic biodiversity 🐟🦀🐋🦑. One in four fish ingest ocean plastic (as they commonly mistake plastic for food) and this will only increase as by 2050, there will be more plastic than fish in the ocean. Chemicals used to manufacture plastic can then accumulate in fish flesh. The bigger the fish/marine mammal, the higher the concentration of plastic they have in their bodies (a.k.a. bioaccumulation). I hope that a lot of people who visit this installation take something meaningful away from it. ♻️ Winter stations have been running for the past three years now in the Beaches of Toronto to bring more visitation to the area during the colder months. This winter station was designed by the University of Waterloo School of Architecture. #killconvenience #bemindful #sustainability

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My favourite installation for #winterstations2017 which officially opens Family Day. Well worth a trip to #torontobeaches

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#winterstations preview on family walk. 🌲☀️🌊

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#TO #winterstations

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