Forging pathways

We spoke to Bryce Kanbara, Governor General’s Award-winning artist and curator, about his recent solo exhibition, Grace – on view at Centre[3] until August 20.

just beyond

Opening October 5, the AGO presents the first major retrospective of the late Trinidadian-Canadian artist Denyse Thomasos.

L.A. Monumental

David Hockney’s Santa Monica Boulevard (1978–80) resurfaces in I AM HERE: Home Movies and Everyday Masterpieces. Read how this monumental, rarely seen painting made its way to the AGO.

Last chance to see I AM HERE

As we prepare to say goodbye to I AM HERE: Home Movies and Everyday Masterpieces on August 14, we take a look at some of what critics had to say about this eclectic exhibition.

Virtual archives

Curated by artist Roya Del Sol, a new group exhibition, BLACK_BOX, at Toronto’s Trinity Square Video sends visitors on a virtual reality journey through the Black archive.

ICYMI: Chronology of resistance

Canadian contemporary artists Stephen Andrews and Andy Fabo are long-time friends and peers, whose impactful works are part of the exhibition Blurred Boundaries, on view now at the AGO.

ICYMI: Intuitive reflections

Jorian Charton: Out of Many closes August 7. Back in April, the Toronto-based portrait photographer gave us some candid reflections about four of her favourite photographs from her first AGO exhibition.

ICYMI: White Albums as artifacts

Rutherford Chang collects classic Beatles records – just over 3,000 of the same one that is. Experience his project, We Buy White Albums (2013–ongoing), in person at the AGO, as part of I AM HERE: Home Movies and Everyday Masterpieces.

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