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Michael Pietrocarlo

A relic of Toronto's distillery district, the rackhouse—one of its last undeveloped buildings—offers a glimpse into the city's prohibition-era past. The rackhouse once stored thousands of barrels of sprits among its rows and columns. Now, it's but a remnant of bygone history.

Photo printed onto aluminum panel with gloss finish for intense color and clarity. Inset frame 'floats' print from the wall. ADDITIONAL SIZES & framing options available; please enquire. Limited edition.
  • Photography & Digital Media
  • Dye sublimation print to gloss aluminum
  • 2018
  • 91 x 61 cm
    35.875 x 24 inch
  • $790

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