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.

Mirrored images

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

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.

Postcard from Montreal

Our Postcard series goes northeast with a trip to Leonard Cohen's beloved hometown. We spoke to two cultural leaders there, Zev Moses and Alyssa Stokvis-Hauer, from the Museum of Jewish Montreal.

On Resting in the Dark While Developing

Black Pen writer Adeola Egbeyemi unpacks the complex relationship between instant photography and Blackness with an essay written in response to What Matters Most: Photographs of Black Life.

Waddling Voyager

Black Pen writer Yvvana Yeboah Duku reminisces on the gleefulness and innocence of childhood with a poem written in response to What Matters Most: Photographs of Black Life.

Twice Removed

Black Pen writer Saherla Osman meditates on Black survival and the passage of time with a poem written in response to What Matters Most: Photographs of Black Life.

All Celestial Bodies are Framed in Black

Black Pen writer Onyka Gairey uplifts the beauty of Black girls and women with two poems written in response to What Matters Most: Photographs of Black Life.

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