AGO acquires new works at Art Toronto

Twenty-four artworks by seven artists acquired at this year's art fair expand the AGO Collection in new ways.

Witness of change

The work of famed West African photographer Malick Sidibé is featured in Documents, 1960s 1970s, a new AGO exhibition exploring documentary photography in a time of change.

Visions of Blackness

Works from contemporary artists Dawoud Bey, John Edmonds and Wardell Milan join the AGO Collection, on view starting October 31.

ICYMI: Creepy art

In case you missed it, back in 2018 we celebrated spookiness by showcasing the fascinatingly morbid 16th century European art genre, Momento Mori.

Going Left

We connected with renowned Canadian artist Brendan Fernandes whose new AGO digital commission explores the complexities of protesting during a pandemic.

Print perfection

Neil Selkirk is the only person ever authorized to make posthumous prints of Diane Arbus’s work. The AGO's Curator of Photography, Sophie Hackett, connected with him for an enlightening conversation. 

Writing on the wall

The AGO Youth Council presents Neighbourhood Walks, a series of virtual walks through the neighbourhoods of local artists and community members.. This week, Jehiel Douglas takes us to Scarborough.

Around the world in 35mm

Six unique film festivals bring the world to Toronto, online and at the drive-in.

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