Exhibition

Member's Preview: Haegue Yang: Emergence

A dark room filled with large pieces of gold abstract sculpture.

Haegue Yang, Boxing Ballet, 2013-2015. Installation view of Shooting the Elephant  Thinking the Elephant, Leeum, Samsung Museum of Art, Seoul, South Korea, 2015. Courtesy of Leeum, Samsung Museum of Art, Seoul.

Please book your timed-entry ticket(s) in advance and simply show your ticket and membership card at the exhibition entrance and enjoy the show!

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Exhibition

Member's Preview: Haegue Yang: Emergence

September 26 & 27

AGO Members are invited to join us at our exclusive Members’ Preview for Haegue Yang: Emergence.

A leading artist of her generation, Korean artist Haegue Yang is celebrated for her prolific and diverse work that evokes historical and contemporary narratives of migration, displacement and cross-cultural translation.

AGO Members see it first! Come experience a full spectrum of the artist’s works. Featuring over 80 sculptures, installations and two-dimensional works from the past twenty-five years, Haegue Yang: Emergence includes a selection of early works, as well as a new commission.


Join Us for Live In-Gallery Activations
Saturday, September 26, 2 pm

Enjoy one of the four 20-minute live in-gallery activations starting at 2 pm of Haegue Yang’s Sol LeWitt Vehicles and Boxing Ballet!


Tip: be sure to check out the AGO's Joey & Toby Tanenbaum Sculpture Atrium on level 1 for a spectacular new work Woven Currents – Confluence of Parallels, inspired by the evidence of multiple layers of architectural history as well as history of this land.

Don’t forget to share your experience on social media by tagging @AGOToronto or using #HaegueYangAGO.

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