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Montreals Gay Village iconic pink balls are getting the
A well-known piece of public art that hangs over Montreals Gay Village is being dismantled and sold off in pieces to the public. Known as "18 Shades of Gay," the installation is made up of 180,000 multicoloured plastic balls strung in rows above Ste-Catherine street, evoking the rainbow LGBTQ flag.

The iconic rainbow balls are coming down in the Village
The Gay Village is about to get even more colourful! Every Montrealer knows that the Gay Village turns into a magical pedestrian paradise each summer. Sainte Catherine Street East is closed to cars between Saint Hubert and Cartier, and a stunning art installation called the Pink Balls hangs above the street.

Rainbow balls that decorate Montreals Gay Village here
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Montreal, Canada - June, 2018. Iconic pink rainbow balls hanging over the gay village in Saint-Catherine street of montreal, quebec, canada. Editorial use.

Montreals Gay Villages iconic rainbow balls are for sale
The Gay Village’s iconic rainbow balls may not decorate the sky above Ste. Catherine Street for much longer but you can now own a little piece of Montreal’s LGTBQ2 history. After nine years , the 180,000 ball decoration will permanently retire this month and collections of the rainbow balls are now up for sale.

New design firm chosen for Gay village art installation in
gay village montreal rainbow balls
Video about Montreal, Canada - September 30, 2019: Gay Village decorated with rainbow balls. A famous street art installation in Montreal, Canada. Video of yellow, hanged, balls - 197265180

How 180,000 rainbow balls transformed this Montreal
Since 2011, the Montreal Gay Village balls, perhaps the most photographed art installation in the city, have hung above rue Sainte-Catherine in the Gay Village. The 1-kilometre canopy of 180,000 plastic balls, proudly displaying all the colours of the rainbow since 2017, has been an iconic part of the Montreal cityscape. Sadly, this month is last well ever see of them.

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gay village montreal rainbow balls
After nine seasons suspended over Montreals Gay Village, the 180,000 balls are coming down for good on Sept. 23. But they wont be tossed in a landfill — instead, theyre on sale.

Montreal Gay Village’s famous rainbow balls taken down and
gay village montreal rainbow balls
The rainbow plastic balls that form a canopy over the kilometre-long stretch of Ste-Catherine Street East that is the heart of Montreals Gay Village will come down for the last time at the end of

Iconic rainbow balls that decorate Montreal’s Gay Village
gay village montreal rainbow balls
A well-known piece of public art that hangs over Montreals Gay Village is being dismantled and sold off in pieces to the public. Known as "18 Shades of Gay," the installation is made up of 180,000 multicoloured plastic balls strung in rows above Ste-Catherine street, evoking the rainbow LGBTQ flag.

Dont say bye to the multicoloured balls above Montreals
Somewhere, Under the Rainbow The balls of the Village have become iconic. (Yes, snicker if you wish.) Designed by internationally renowned landscape architect Claude Cormier, the annual urban canopy began as a single colour, one that denoted queerness and nonconformity: pink.