Bridgepoint Health

The Max Tanenbaum Sculpture Garden – A special gift to Bridgepoint

Posted on Tuesday July 21, 2015
sculpture garden

A very exciting and rare gift of art that celebrates the human spirit has been installed at Bridgepoint. Twenty life-size sculptures can now be found flanking the west side of the building in planters leading from the cafeteria terrace to Ambulatory Care and Riverdale Park.

This special healing art installation designed by renowned Canadian artist William Lishman expresses the capabilities of the physical form through dance, sport and movement‎. The sculptures complement our building and speak to the hope and aspiration we bring to our patients, families and the community. 

The sculptures are a generous gift from the Tauba and Solomon Spiro Foundation and were originally designed in memory of businessman and philanthropist, Max Tanenbaum (1909-1983). A dedication ceremony of the art installation is being planned for a future date. ‎