Fathers of resilience

To mark Father’s Day, we’ve rounded up a few of the many portraits of fatherhood submitted to Portraits of Resilience, the AGO’s ongoing online community exhibition.

Tunirrusiangit for a digital era

See the groundbreaking AGO exhibition reborn in virtual reality, thanks to students at York University.

A portrait of resilience

Meet 99 year-old Ukrainian-born Toronto painter Maria Styranka. Her recent submission to the AGO is a tribute to the disaster in Chernobyl, which happened 35 years ago this month.

Cutting edge colour

A printmaking technique for the people, linocuts seem ripe for a comeback. Here’s a primer on the artists who made them synonymous with art deco design.

Point of view

Explore the photographs of Montréal multidisciplinary artist Charles Gagnon, part of the AGO exhibition, Documents, 1960s – 1970s.

Destruction as a muse

Explore how six artists reimagine scientific data into works of art at Western University’s McIntosh Gallery.

Cole’s notes on surviving injustice

For a recent Art in the Spotlight, the AGO welcomed artist Hank Willis Thomas to discuss the impactful work of South African photographer Ernest Cole.


The magnetism of the north

Works by the Group of Seven and other Canadian modernists receive a warm welcome at Frankfurt’s Schrin Kunsthalle and inspire critical conversations.

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