Picasso’s modernista influences

An essay by Kenneth Brummel, AGO Associate Curator, Modern Art, highlights the young Picasso’s reverence for Golden Age master El Greco.

Roots and culture

In celebration of Fragments of Epic Memory, AGO’s Sonic Saturdays is bringing the music of the Caribbean to Walker Court every weekend this month. We spoke with DJ Kevin Hood to learn more.

Art of the matter

Diabetes Canada, in partnership with the AGO, celebrates the lesser-known artist side of Sir Frederick Banting, the Canadian doctor and Nobel Prize winner who co-discovered insulin.

ICYMI: Portraits of Remembrance

In case you missed it last November, take a look a the First World War through the eyes of one who bravely nursed and photographed it - Emily Maxwell-Stuart.

Art Toronto brought us together

Twelve artworks by 10 artists acquired at this year's art fair, which continues online through Nov. 7.

Long way home

Ahead of Robert Houle’s major solo retrospective, go back in time with his multimedia intervention Paris/Ojibwa (2010) and witness the figurative return of a Michi Saagig dance troupe.

Talking tuft

A plush new exhibition at the Canadian Centre of Architecture is pulling the rug out from under those who would dismiss carpeting as incidental to design.

Right here, right now

MOCA unveils Greater Toronto Art 2021 (GTA21), an ambitious group exhibition open  until early January 2022, bringing together 21 of the GTA’s most energizing contemporary artists.

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