Bombay Sapphire to debut large-scale art installations by Canadian artists

The Bombay Art Project will take place in Toronto and Vancouver this summer

This week, Bombay Sapphire announced a new project in partnership with acclaimed Toronto-based art curator Ashley McKenzie-Barnes that will showcase large-scale artworks from a selection of Canadian artists.

The Bombay Art Project aims to embrace themes of self-care, introspection, meditation, and wonder through the adaptation of sculpture, augmented reality, and multimedia landscapes by Ben Z Cooper, Raquel DaSilva and William Ukoh

In addition to the project’s overarching themes, each of the artworks will also incorporate the featured artists’ unique interpretations of the Bombay Sapphire experience.   

The Bombay Art Project is set to debut at Toronto’s Harbourfront Centre from July 25 to August 1, followed by a two-week run at Vancouver’s Yaletown Station from August 9 to 24.

More information about the project will likely be revealed later this week.