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Found in translation

Engage your senses with the Multisensory Museum moments created by OCAD U graduate students in response to artwork in the AGO Collection.

Did you know? Rothko and Kelly edition

Beloved collection favourites, Mark Rothko’s No. 1, White and Red (1962) and Ellsworth Kelly’s White Blue (1960) will be on display for the first time in over a decade!

London calling

Greg Curnoe was a celebrated figure in Canada’s art scene in the second half of the 20th century. Learn about his vibrant, complex artwork and his connection to his beloved hometown of London, Ontario.

A canon of landscapes

Legendary Canadian painter and printmaker David Milne truly loved nature – and it shows in his body of work.

Material perception and presence

Celebrated African-American artist Willie Cole’s expressive works make their way into the AGO Collection.

An allied lens

South African photographer David Goldblatt spent his career documenting the realities of life under an apartheid regime.

Black multiplicity

World-renowned curator Adrienne Edwards is set to give a keynote address on Black Abstraction at the next AGO Study Days.

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