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The impactful work of photographer Paul Kodjo showcases carefree moments of post-colonial joy in the Ivory Coast.
In case you missed it, in September 2020 we took a closer look at Anishinaabe artist Michael Belmore’s self-titled AGO exhibition.
Join the AGO’s all-ages New Year’s Eve countdown and get ready for the spectacle, the dancing and the music that is Studio 54: Night Magic
Diane Arbus’s impact on photography, journalism and culture is undeniable. Her portraits of two prominent figures may indicate why.
David Ben, conjuror, historian of magic and guest co-curator of Illusions: The Art of Magic, shares his thoughts on magical art.
Get ready to enter the Golden Age of Magic with this highly anticipated exhibition, opening on Saturday, February 22.
This Saturday the AGO honours the transformative acquisition of works by Diane Arbus with the opening of Diane Arbus: Photographs, 1956 – 1971, the first major solo exhibition of her works in Canada in almost three decades.
Hito Steyerl: This is the future closes this Sunday. If you needed one last nudge to see it, here’s a roundup of what critics and visitors found most compelling about the show.