Toronto: Play Me, I’m Yours — Part I

Source:   Peach, Plum, Orange – francocignelli.com – by Franco

Piano 9

St. Lawrence Market

In 2015 Toronto will host the Pan Am/Parapan Am Games. July 11 marked the three-year countdown to the opening ceremonies, and to commemorate the occasion 41 pianos, representing 41 countries, have been installed throughout the streets of Toronto. They will remain on display until July 31.

Each piano has been painted by an artist from the country it represents. Located in public parks, streets and squares, they are available for any member of the public to play and enjoy.

The project is titled Play Me, I’m Yours, and my goal is to photograph each piano at each location. So far I’ve found eight. More to come…

Berczky Park

Brookfield Place

Commerce Court

Cloud Gardens

Queen and Yonge

McGill Parkette

Cawthra Square park

See more:

Play Me, I’m Yours — Part II

Play Me, I’m Yours — Part III

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