Henry Ford

The Informer



Today in Toronto: Fordlandia and Picasso

Fordlandia: The Lost City of Henry Ford Photographer Dan Dubowitz is drawn to man-made environments in advanced states of disrepair, and the subject of this show more than qualifies. During the Depression, Henry Ford spent a billion dollars to build a city in the Amazon. It’s now largely abandoned, creating endless opportunities for Dubowitz’s decay-loving lens. Artwork $3,900–$8,500. Find out more »

Picasso Along with being the most famous painter of the 20th century, Picasso was a massive narcissist, as evidenced by the thousands of works he kept for himself, which are now in the Musée National Picasso in Paris. Toronto is the only Canadian stop for the touring version of the collection. Find out more »