ICYMI: Ivorian moments

Important Ivorian documentary photographer Paul Kodjo has recently passed away. In celebration of his life, check out our story from January 2021 about his powerful work and legacy.

Silver Clouds of dissent

Since 1966 Andy Warhol's floating installation Silver Clouds has been captivating gallery-goers. But it left some artists, like Donald Judd, cold. Curator Kenneth Brummel takes us back in time to learn what was so provoking about a pillow. 

Poetic refuse

Ethiopian artist Elias Sime repurposes electronic waste into grand mosaics. His debut Canadian exhibition is now on view at the ROM.

Silver sheen

For the next entry in our Material Explorations series, we look at the lustrous history of the ever-present, ever-precious metal, silver.

Scarborough made

As part of ArtworxTO: Toronto’s Year of Public Art 2021-2022, artist Curtia Wright shows off her version of the Scarborough Sign, with Out for a Stroll at Scarborough Town Centre.

ICYMI: Resurrecting a legacy

In case you missed it, the AGO recently acquired Toronto-based artist Anique Jordan’s Mas’ at 94 Chestnut. We share how the work unearths and enshrines an important moment in African-Canadian history.

Humble beginnings

Before he was a world-famous artistic and cultural icon, Andrew Warhola (Andy Warhol) started life as a humble working class kid in depression-era Pittsburgh.

Into the invisible

Journey through the mythical scenes and curious creatures in Shuvinai Ashoona’s drawings, now on view in Shuvinai Ashoona: Beyond the Visible.

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