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.

Envisioning an accessible future

Tangled Art + Disability Director of Programming Sean Lee reflects on the organization’s important relationship with the AGO, and the future of the disability arts movement.

We've got art

Sneak peek! As we gear up to reopen on July 21, here’s a taste of all the great art coming your way.

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.

Wayfinding art

The AGO becomes the first art museum in Canada to partner with BlindSquare, a GPS app designed for people who are blind or partially sighted.

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.

ICYMI: Ivorian moments

In case you missed it, in January we covered the work of photographer Paul Kodjo, who showcased carefree moments of post-colonial joy in the Ivory Coast. See his work as part of Documents 1960s - 1970s, on view July 21st. 

We're re-opening!

POP goes the AGO on July 21 with the blockbuster exhibition Andy Warhol.

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