The Sport Gallery
For those who love the art of sport.
Limited Edition Fine Art Prints
Fine art prints from The Sport Collection. Each reproduction is printed on 100% Hahnemuhle cotton rag paper using UltraChrome K3 pigmented inks and produced to museum-quality standards.
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A SPORT Gallery Gift Card
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SPORT at the Distillery
Hours during the Toronto Light Fest (Jan 27-March 12)Monday-Thursday 8-10
Spring Hours Monday-Wednesday 7 a.m.- 8 p.m.
Thursday-Friday 7 a.m. - 9 p.m.
Saturday 8 a.m.- 9 p.m.
Sunday 9 a.m. - 8 p.m.
Get your coffee at ARENA COFFEE BAR, located inside The Sport Gallery in Toronto
In partnership with Pilot Coffee Roasters, Toronto's best coffee roaster
Open 7 a.m. Monday to Friday, 8 a.m. Saturday, and 9 a.m. Sunday
15 Tank House Lane, Toronto, ON, M5A 3C4
SPORT at Granville Island
Tue - Thu 10-6
Fri & Sat 10-7
105-1551 Johnston St., Vancouver, BC, V6H 3R9
SPORT at the West Village
23 8th Avenue, New York, NY, 10014
Check out our upcoming events below. There's always exciting things happening at The Sport Gallery!
The SPORT Gallery draws its inspiration from the pioneering SPORT magazine.
SPORT magazine launched in 1946, as the first-general interest sports magazine. It seized an unappreciated subject like sports and took it mainstream.
Fondly remembered today as pure Americana, SPORT was the brainchild of a small New York publisher, MacFadden Publications Inc, and became a triumph from the day its first issue hit the street with a color image of Joe DiMaggio and his son Joe, Jr. on the cover.
That inaugural edition included eight full color plates — unheard of at the time — and almost immediately SPORT rose to over a million in circulation and became half bible, half guru to a generation of men coming of age in post-war America.
In its early years, SPORT had the market for magazine-style sports journalism virtually to itself and, under founding editor Ernest Heyn, pioneered a brand of behind-the-scenes glimpses of the heroes of the day not previously attempted. Read more