A new chapter in AGO publishing

Explore exhibition catalogues from the AGO’s first 80 years, now online and free, courtesy of the Internet Archive and the Arcadia Fund.

Remembering Michael Mitchell

Maia Sutnik, AGO Curator Emeritus, Photography, remembers the important legacy of Canadian photographer Michael Mitchell. 

Conservation in the time of the Coronavirus

To preserve and protect: we check in with our Conservation team to find out how they're keeping the AGO Collection safe.

#RetroAGO: Mick and the ships

See Mick Jagger in concert with the Thomson Collection of Ship Models.

Writing against injustice

Acclaimed author and activist Desmond Cole is working to dispel notions that we live in a post-racial Canada.

Word, sound and power

“Music can completely rearrange us, heal us and is one of the most uniting forces on Earth.” Meet R&B artist a l l i e, who headlines AGO All Hours this weekend. 

#RetroAGO: Lining up for Lismer

Some things change, but hot tickets have always been worth the wait! Today we line up for Yayoi Kusama, and in 1929 it was art classes with Arthur Lismer.

Art pick of the week: Metamorphosis

Every week, we’re sharing one of our favourite artworks for you to see on your next visit to the AGO. ICYMI the first time we shared this story, this week’s Art Pick is Tim Whiten’s breathtaking work, Metamorphasis.

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