What Matters Most

A new AGO exhibition featuring classic Polaroids offers powerful glimpses into African-American life.

Burning Desiire

Live performance is back in AGO’s Walker Court, with the R&B stylings of Desiire.

On the ground

Catherine Sicot, guest curator of AGO exhibition Ed Pien: Present: Past/Future, speaks candidly about the exhibition, and the complexities of life in San Agustín, Cuba.

Colonial Ruptures

What can it mean when historical artifacts are removed from their original context? Visual artist, ceramist and educator Sharif Bey explores this through his sculptures, on view until Sunday at the Gardiner Museum.

ICYMI: Flora and regrowth

Canadian contemporary artist Zachari Logan explores queer embodiments of nature in an exhibition at the Peabody Essex Museum and as part of Blurred Boundaries, on view now at the AGO.

Layers of expression

We caught up with acclaimed Kalaaleq artist Laakkuluk for a Q&A about her powerful new AGO exhibition, Naak silavit qeqqa?

150 Years with the OSA

The Ontario Society of Artists (OSA) looks back on the rich legacy of its members from 1872 onwards in the150th anniversary member’s exhibition, Conversations.

RBC Art Pick: Saint Dominic of Guzmán

In this RBC Art Pick, we focus on 18th century Puerto Rican portrait painter José Campeche and his depiction of the patron saint of astronomers, Saint Dominic of Guzmán – currently on view as part of Faith and Fortune: Art Across the Global Spanish Empire.

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