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In this surreal photo-essay, Toronto artist Rajni Perera responds to both the current and the ancient.
Canadian author K.D. Miller’s new collection of short stories was inspired by the AGO’s exhibition of works by Alex Colville, and critics are loving it.
The AGO hosted part of Canada’s first ever Black Curators Forum. According to one AGO curator, the participants offer hope for an inspiring future.
Can we collect art forever? Can apples grow in the subarctic? Inspired by Hito Steyerl:This is the future, here’s a round-up of forward-looking stories from the world of art and culture.
In celebration of Art Toronto’s 20th anniversary, we asked 20 artists, collectors and advocates of the art fair to share their favourite moments from over the years.
This week, the Institute for Canadian Citizenship is hosting an important global conversation about inclusion – and it’s happening here at the AGO.
This weekend the first-ever Toronto Biennial of Art opens, and a special installation at the AGO is on the agenda.
What happens when you mix a popular Toronto design brand with the work of an iconic Canadian painter? We chatted with Jane Ip, designer of the Jeanne Lottie Harris Collection, to find out.