From memory to monument

Inuvialuk sculptor David Ruben Piqtoukun talks about the importance of memory, materiality and his latest solo exhibition. Radical Remembrance is on view now at the AGO.

Envisioning Black Futures

The AGO is celebrating Black Futures Month in a big way – with artist talks, performances, storytelling and a pop-up marketplace. Find out what’s happening this February.

Documenting Michael Snow

Get a glimpse of rarely seen prints, photographs and ephemera of acclaimed Canadian artist Michael Snow, pulled from the AGO vaults.

Reality done small

A Q&A with self-taught artist Karine Giboulo, whose miniature clay figures inhabit our complicated world, on view now at the Gardiner Museum.

Year of the Rabbit

Taiwanese-Canadian artist Lily (Yuan-Li) Kao gives us the inside scoop on her design for the Royal Canadian Mint’s 2023 Lunar New Year coin series.

Mirrored images

We explore the unique role of self-portraiture in Leonard Cohen: Everybody Knows – and three other AGO exhibitions currently on view.

RBC Art Pick: Intersection 5

For this RBC Art Pick, we’re spotlighting a diptych by acclaimed multidisciplinary artist Jin-me Yoon, on view now on Level 4.

ICYMI: Into the next world

We’re re-sharing this story about Denyse Thomasos’s working process ahead of the January 21 discussion at the AGO with Gaëtane Verna, Executive Director of the Wexner Centre for the Arts.

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