This Unique (And Free) Art Exhibit Is Toronto’s Most Instagrammable Spot

The temporary exhibit is free to the public and will stay open until November 2018.

If you’ve been on Instagram lately, you’ve probably already seen a ton of stylish pictures taken in front of a mysterious construction in Toronto. The construction called “Unzipped Toronto” is located on King West and represents the neighborhood’s future.

This massive interactive installation was designed by the Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG) as part of an annual architectural program at the Serpentine Galleries in London.  The structure has been made of 1,802 fibreglass ‘blocks’ that create a wall at the top, which undulates to the bottom.

“Unzipped” stands at 14 metres (46 feet) tall, 12 metres (39 feet) wide, and 27 metres (88.5 feet) long and represents large-scale models of 10 Westbank projects.

The temporary exhibit is free to the public and will stay open until November 2018. Book free tickets at unzippedtoronto.com and don’t forget to bring your camera.

 

Have you checked it out yet? Let us know in the comment section.

Featured image: Instagram/ @devasia.renju