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In a recent Art in the Spotlight talk, AGO Curator Julie Crooks spoke with photographer Bidemi Oloyede about capturing Black identity in Canadian urban landscapes.
Discover the image of resilience – be it a mood, a landscape or a person, and have your artwork seen in a new online exhibition #portraitsAGO.
Artist, educator and curator Liz Ikiriko maps identity through photography
Deaf artist Peter Owusu-Ansah explores the beauty of life through coloured pixels
Haegue Yang: Emergence materializes the relationships between people and things to generate new meanings.
Feminist collective EMILIA-AMALIA dives into the archives to activate and broaden the AGO’s Artist Files Collection.
Ahead of AGO’s Golden Groove: Lightning in a Bottle, we spoke to poet Fan Wu about writing and movement as tools for embodied expression.
Legendary Canadian painter and printmaker David Milne truly loved nature – and it shows in his body of work.