RBC Art Pick: Flora Danica

For this RBC Art Pick, we’re spotlighting nine hand-coloured engravings of flowers, fungi and lichens from the botanical publication, Flora Danica.

ICYMI: Defiantly beautiful

Back in February, two sculptural works by Anishinaabe artist Maria Hupfield joined the AGO Collection, with support from the 2021 York Wilson Endowment Award.

ICYMI: The sound of brushstrokes

Multi-instrumentalist musician and producer Memory Pearl made an album inspired by seven works of abstract expressionism – one of which is held in the AGO Collection.

ICYMI: Freedom and folklore

In case you missed it in December 2021, we covered British-Trinidadian artist Zak Ové’s Moko Jumbie – a towering sculpture that commemorates Caribbean Carnival culture, and is currently on view in the AGO's Galleria Italia.

Remembering David Blackwood

To celebrate the life and work of one of Canada’s most revered artists, AGO visitors are invited to view David Blackwood’s work in the Marvin Gelber Print & Drawing Study Centre Friday, July 22.

Bronzing a monster

We spoke to Matt Ryle, a project manager at Walla Walla Foundry, about the intricacies of casting artist Brian Jungen’s massive public artwork, Couch Monster: Sadzěʔ yaaghęhch’ill, in bronze.


Kusama’s mirrored installation has finally reopened at the AGO. Learn more about this AGO favourite before you book your next visit.

RBC Art Pick: Untitled (Personal Painting)

For this RBC Art Pick, we are highlighting a painting in our contemporary collection by Canadian artist Ron Terada.

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