Broadening our European Collection

Get to know two new AGO acquisitions featured in Highlights of the European Collection, now on view on Level 1 in the Leonard Gallery.

ICYMI: The secret life of Blue Irises

In case you missed it, in January we took a glimpse into the gardens of Gustave Caillebotte. AGO curator Dr. Caroline Shields led a Close Looking examining the master Impressionist's signature style. 

Silver sheen

For the next entry in our Material Explorations series, we look at the lustrous history of the ever-present, ever-precious metal, silver.

ICYMI: Resurrecting a legacy

In case you missed it, the AGO recently acquired Toronto-based artist Anique Jordan’s Mas’ at 94 Chestnut. We share how the work unearths and enshrines an important moment in African-Canadian history.

Opening attractions

We’ve put together a self-guided tour with six AGO Collection acquisitions we can’t wait for you to experience in person.

Serene emptiness

Explore the AGO’s recently acquired serigraph series The House on Piccadilly Street in our upcoming exhibition, celebrating work by Canadian artist Kim Ondaatje.

A mindful transformation

A new AGO exhibition exploring the medieval origins of European meditation opens July 21, featuring works from the Thomson Collection of Art.

A Thomson tribute

Iconic Canadian recording artist Murray McLauchlan pays tribute to another iconic Canadian artist, Tom Thomson, with a new song and video inspired by The West Wind.

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