Page turners

To celebrate the reopening of the E.P. Taylor Library & Archives at the AGO, we scoured the stacks to uncover a new trove of books eager to be read.

A continual becoming

Cassils talks about problematizing transgender representation, the body as material, the cyclical nature of art and more. Their work is on view now at the AGO as part of Blurred Boundaries: Queer Visions in Canadian Art.

Inner selfie

A new interactive art project by artists Hanif Janmohamed and Maria Lantin takes over AGO’s Community Gallery on the Lower Level.

Icon status

General Idea is on view at the National Gallery of Canada through November, 2022. We take a closer look at this major retrospective of the pioneering trio.

Tocani

Get to know Tocani, the performance group blending pre-Hispanic elements with contemporary narratives of Latin America through costume, music, dance, poetry and theatre.

ICYMI: From India to Guadeloupe

In case you missed it in December 2021, we spoke to Guadeloupian contemporary artist Kelly Sinnapah Mary, who uses a surreal, sci-fi flair to paint the distinct journey of her ancestors.

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.

An opening blessing

Last week, member of the Saugeen First Nation, Dr. Duke Redbird shared an original poem in honour of the unveiling of Brian Jungen’s Couch Monster: Sadzěʔ yaaghęhch’ill, at the corner of Dundas and McCaul.

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