The travelling butterfly

El Museo del Barrio launches Methuselah, a new digital artwork by Cuban-born artist Reynier Leyva Novo depicting the fascinating 6,000-mile migratory journey of a single monarch butterfly.

ICYMI: Mother and child

Ahead of her upcoming Ago talk, we're revisiting our May 2022 story on Contemporary artist Andrea Chung, and her powerful series Colostrum – on view until October 1 at the AGO.

Death verifying life

Acclaimed Canadian contemporary artist Ken Lum spoke with us about death, class, childhood and sofas.

Where Were You in ‘92?

Pamila Matharu enshrines the enduring legacy of artist Winsom Winsom and Fresh Arts in an exhibition at the Agnes Etherington Art Centre, on view through December 2022.

Art of eruption

Inspired by Jónsi’s exhilarating installation, Hrafntinna (Obsidian),(2021), we dug into the AGO Collection to see how other artists have depicted volcanoes.

The Young Arsonists

Premiering at TIFF 2022, Canadian visual artist Sheila Pye makes her directorial debut with the drama film The Young Arsonists.

Inside the frame

The AGO is celebrating What Matters Most: Photographs of Black Life with a talk and a book launch September 9, 2022.

Safe Haven

Casa Susanna makes its North American debut at TIFF this year. We spoke with photographic historian Isabelle Bonnet about what went into bringing the Casa Susanna story to the big screen and the connection to the AGO.

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