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African-American photographer Dawoud Bey uses dark tones to explore past and present in Night Coming Tenderly, Black (2016–2017). Check out two stunning prints from this series, on view now at the AGO.
In Pierre Huyghe’s video, a dog named Human guides us through a collision of the natural and man-made.
Toronto-based graffiti writer Moises Frank gets candid about his beloved art form.
No tricks, all treats – carve out a time to make this savoury snack before winter comes.
The AGO’s new Arts of Global Africa and the Diaspora Department launches with a bold acquisition.
Travel back in time and see the First World War through the eyes of one who bravely nursed and photographed it.
The AGO is offering daily, guided curriculum-based art explorations for students of all ages—free of charge!
We asked the Associate Curator, Prints & Drawings to tell us more about an exciting new AGO acquisition of works by artist Julie Mehretu.