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What Toronto's waterfront public art looks like this year

The 2016 iteration of Winterstations, the annual public art event at the Eastern Beaches, was unveiled on Monday, February 15th. As was the case last year, the designs bring significant life to what is an otherwise barren stretch of beach during the winter months. The various art projects will be on display until March 20th, and now that they're covered in snow, they look even more intriguing.

Check out all the installations in this photo gallery.


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