Dan Bergeron

23 06 2015

In his Face of the City series, Toronto-based artist Dan Bergeron (aka Fauxreel) examines the identity of cities by juxtaposing the “abrasive charm found in the distressed surfaces of modern cities with the intimate familiarity of the prominent features of the human face”.

I love this guy’s work. But I don’t recognize any of the places he has worked on assuming these pieces are in Toronto. But then maybe he works on the east side of the Don River. (We don’t talk about those folks in Toronto) {I actually do know a few of these places but I don’t want my mom to find out.}



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