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n Friday afternoon Hoser photojournalist Laura Proctor walked through the 6ix Art Outdoor Exhibit, which featured 14 eight-foot-tall humanoid statues painted by 14 local artists. The free art exhibit, which ended Friday, lasted three weeks and was featured along Gristmill Lane in the Distillery District. 

People walk by “Je suit routes les versions de moi” by Alex Garant, on display as part of 6ix Art Outdoor in Toronto’s Distillery District on July 15, 2022. 14 statues were painted by 14 Canadian artists in this exhibit put on by Italian Contemporary Film Festival. Photo by Laura Proctor
Public art is displayed as part of 6ix Art Outdoor in Toronto’s Distillery District on July 15, 2022. 14 statues were painted by 14 Canadian artists in this exhibit put on by Italian Contemporary Film Festival. Photo by Laura Proctor
A dog lies next to a piece of public art on display as part of 6ix Art Outdoor in Toronto’s Distillery District on July 15, 2022. 14 statues were painted by 14 Canadian artists in this exhibit put on by Italian Contemporary Film Festival. Photo by Laura Proctor
People pass by “Senescence” by Natasha Kudashkina, on display as part of 6ix Art Outdoor in Toronto’s Distillery District on July 15, 2022. 14 statues were painted by 14 Canadian artists in this exhibit put on by Italian Contemporary Film Festival. Photo by Laura Proctor
Sophie Chan, 6, poses with “Kesariya Balam” by David Anthony, on display as part of 6ix Art Outdoor in Toronto’s Distillery District on July 15, 2022. 14 statues were painted by 14 Canadian artists in this exhibit put on by Italian Contemporary Film Festival. Photo by Laura Proctor
Public art is displayed as part of 6ix Art Outdoor in Toronto’s Distillery District on July 15, 2022. 14 statues were painted by 14 Canadian artists in this exhibit put on by Italian Contemporary Film Festival. Photo by Laura Proctor

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Jul 16, 2022
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