Colouring In

New York Times best-selling illustrator and author Kim Smith talks to us about her latest book Boxitects and the unlimited joys of artmaking.

ICYMI: A “Freeman of Color”

Discover Robert Duncanson, a pioneering African-American artist whose work is represented by three paintings in the AGO Collection.

Laura Moore

Artist Laura Moore turns disposed tech gadgets into long-lasting sculptures.


Artist Nyaomi transforms unheard whispers of the mind into works of art. 


Moving forward with intention

Cian Knights joins the AGO as Manager, Diversity and Inclusion, helping usher in a revitalized era in our history.

Totems of inspiration

In this exclusive image essay, Toronto-based illustrator Moya Garrison-Msingwana guides us through his unique practice by sharing some of his definitive works.

At the corner of photo and concept

Canadian artist Ian Wallace, whose work is included in Documents, 1960s-1970s, discusses his fascination with urban landscapes.

ICYMI: The importance of remembering

In case you missed it in November 2018, we took a closer look at the photographs of Lodz Ghetto.

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