Contemporary art goes outdoors

Artists Diane Borsato and Amish Morrell take us outside and into the pages of their new book, Outdoor School.

The art of material design

The Canadian Centre for Architecture takes AGO Virtual School Program students on an interplanetary adventure, featuring works by Alessandro Poli.

ICYMI: Paint it Black

In case you missed it, in June 2020 we connected with Toronto-based artist Yung Yemi to discuss his contributions to an epic Kensington Market street mural inspired by last summer’s uprisings for Black lives.

Fallon Simard

Turning policy into memes, Anishinaabe-Métis artist Fallon Simard explores land use, politics and colonialism. 

Carole Condé and Karl Beveridge

Art and activism collide in the provocative photographs of Carole Condé and Karl Beveridge.

Weathering the storm

Urgent relief efforts continue in St. Vincent and the Grenadines following the recent eruption of La Soufrière, a historic volcano documented in images from The Montgomery Collection of Caribbean Photographs.

Tunirrusiangit for a digital era

See the groundbreaking AGO exhibition reborn in virtual reality, thanks to students at York University.

A Hot Take on representation

In the latest AGO Hot Takes, trans representation takes centre stage via the insights of drag performer Pearl Teese and comedian Dylan McKeever.

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