Ways of looking

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.

The Art of Resilience

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.

Liz Ikiriko

Artist, educator and curator Liz Ikiriko maps identity through photography 

Peter Owusu-Ansah

Deaf artist Peter Owusu-Ansah explores the beauty of life through coloured pixels

Emerging meanings

Haegue Yang: Emergence materializes the relationships between people and things to generate new meanings.

A living library

Feminist collective EMILIA-AMALIA dives into the archives to activate and broaden the AGO’s Artist Files Collection.

Get into the groove

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.

A canon of landscapes

Legendary Canadian painter and printmaker David Milne truly loved nature – and it shows in his body of work.

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