Colour of Women

Curator Tamara Toledo of Sur Gallery tells us about her newest exhibition, Colour of Women, showcasing four women artists whose work highlights the different ways colour can be used as a point of resistance.

Senior socializing

Live-streaming monthly, the AGO’s Senior Social program offers older adults and chance to enjoy stimulating conversations and artmaking. Take a look at the last three sessions.

ICYMI: Sanctuary gardens

In case you missed it in March, the AGO’s Arts of Global Africa and the Diaspora Department strengthened its collection with two paintings by Lagos-born, Toronto-based artist Emmanuel Osahor, on view on Level 4.

Elephant in the room

Acclaimed contemporary artist Brian Jungen’s Couch Monster: Sadzěʔ yaaghęhch’ill is finally here. Learn more about the AGO’s first-ever public art commission at the corner of Dundas and McCaul Streets.

Death and Furniture

Opening June 25, the AGO is bringing to life an intimate solo exhibition with works by internationally-acclaimed Canadian artist Ken Lum.

Revolution of time

Canadian contemporary artist Ed Pien’s new AGO exhibition bears witness to the passage of time in 13 elders lives in San Agustín, Cuba.

Intertwined art histories

Filipino art history is at the centre of global conversations here and in Manila this summer. Ahead of her talk at the AGO, we asked curator and renowned art historian Florina H. Capistrano-Baker to tell us more.


Kusama’s mirrored installation has finally reopened at the AGO. Learn more about this AGO favourite before you book your next visit.

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