AGO Friday Nights: Celebrating New Exhibitions

A shot of Walker Court within the AGO, with the signature staircase lit up with blue, purple and red lights

Image Courtesy of the AGO

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AGO Friday Nights: Celebrating New Exhibitions

Friday, May 26, 6 PM
Walker Court, Art Gallery of Ontario

Join us for the next in our series of AGO Friday Nights celebrating new contemporary exhibitions and artists. In this edition, we welcome Feels Like Home, an image-based exhibition that celebrates Toronto’s homegrown visual storytellers Sunday School, as well as Inuk visual artist, writer, filmmaker, and curator, asinnajaq who will speak to her work in We Are Story . You can also hear from curators Sophie Hackett who will give a tour of the newly opened exhibition Wolfgang Tillmans: to look without fear and revisit a game-changing 1984 exhibition Responding to Photography, which laid the foundation for the AGO’s photography collection with AGO Founding Curator of Photography, Maia-Mari Sutnik

Cash bar and DJ included, as well as curated selection of works from AGO Library and Archives. Please join us for an artful night out at the Gallery. 

DJ Jaime Sin
6-9 PM
Level 1, Walker Court

Artist's Talk: asinnajaq in conversation with Marina Dumont-Gauthier, Curatorial Fellow, Photography
6:15 PM
Level 1, McEwen Gallery

Special Display: Library and Archives
6-9 PM
Level 1, Marvin Gelber Print & Drawing Study Centre

Curator’s Talk: Maia-Mari Sutnik, founding Curator of Photography at the AGO
6:45 PM
Level 1, Marvin Gelber Print & Drawing Study Centre

Curator’s Talk: Sophie Hackett, AGO Curator of Photography
7:15 PM
Level 5, Michael & Sonja Koerner Gallery, Room 502

Performance: Sunday School Ten Toes Down
8:15 PM
Level 2, Irina Moore West Gallery



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