"A woman should never be anonymous"

Our Q&A with acclaimed Canadian artist Joanne Tod reveals more about Orange, now on view in J.S. McLean Centre for Indigenous & Canadian Art.

A healing walk

The AGO Youth Council presents a series of virtual walks with local artists and community members through their neighbourhoods. This week's tour takes us to High Park with Otsíkh:èta.

#RetroAGO: Go back to 1922 and explore the AGO’s first one-woman show

As we prepare to, once again, celebrate the pioneering Toronto artist Mary Heister Reid, we take a tour of her memorial AGO exhibition.

ICYMI: Capturing the ephemeral

In case you missed it back in February, check out Toronto-based fashion photographer Othello Grey’s exclusive photo essay.   

Bidemi Oloyede

Esery Mondesir

Haitian-born, Toronto-based Esery Mondesir’s films draw from collective memory, official archives, vernacular records, and the everyday to explore migration
and exile.

Walter Scott

Through auto-biographical elements, Walter Scott navigates the slippery states between the fiction and reality of being the artist.

Andy Fabo

Acclaimed artist, art critic, curator and art educator Andy Fabo conveys politics through allegorical drawings.

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