Sarah Lazarovic—curator of the garage-based Montrose Portrait Gallery of Canada—is painting a portrait of a Torontonian every day. Each Monday, we’ll feature one of those portraits here.
Half the time we don’t even see the cabbie’s face. It’s dark, we’re tired, he’s on the phone, and we want to get home. But every once in a while, you have a good chat, and the driver actually rotates his neck a few degrees so you can meet the person who has couriered your person.