Canadian artist Brian Jungen, internationally renowned for creating artwork that repurposes objects from contemporary culture to reflect aboriginal symbols and traditions, will exhibit new work at the AGO this spring.
The exhibition that brought the splendour, luxury, and legacy of India's greatest kings to the Art Gallery of Ontario closed on April 3, drawing 162,719 visitors in its 19-week run, close to 40 per cent visiting the Gallery for the first time.
Tickets to Abstract Expressionist New York: Masterpieces from The Museum of Modern Art, which opens at the Art Gallery of Ontario on May 28, will go on sale to the public on April 30.
The Art Gallery of Ontario (AGO) will celebrate the arrival of the exhibition Abstract Expressionist New York: Masterpieces from The Museum of Modern Art with two major public events.
The Art Gallery of Ontario (AGO) will open a unique exhibition featuring Canadian artist Kathleen Munn on June 4, on view until August 28
Michael Snow, one of Canada’s most internationally celebrated artists, is the winner of the 2011 Gershon Iskowitz Prize at the AGO for his remarkable contribution to the visual arts in Canada.
Toronto-based artist Libby Hague’s new Toronto Now installation extends beyond gallery walls and onto the AGO’s Dundas Street façade.
The AGO will present an exhibition of unprecedented scale that celebrates the work of the Canadian artist group General Idea, on view July 30, 2011, through January 1, 2012.
The AGO continues to celebrate the Abstract Expressionist movement with an exhibition of drawings by Robert Motherwell, opening June 25.
In 2012, the Art Gallery of Ontario will present a major survey of masterworks by the most inventive and influential artist of the 20th century, Pablo Picasso. The exhibition will be on view at the AGO for just 17 weeks, from May 1 through August 26, 2012.
A new exhibition at the Art Gallery of Ontario traces the history of Canada’s changing industrial landscape through the lens of some of the country’s most extraordinary photographers from the past 150 years.
Four photographers — two each from Canada and India — have been shortlisted for The Grange Prize 2011, Canada’s largest cash prize for photography. The winner of the $50,000 prize is chosen by public vote, which opens today and continues through October 23 at www.thegrangeprize.com.
Butler to host an all-night painting competition for Nuit Blanche and exhibit new work in the AGO’s Toronto Now series
The Art Gallery of Ontario brings the magic and wonder of modern painter Marc Chagall to Toronto next month with a major exhibition organized by the world-renowned contemporary art museum, Centre Pompidou.
The AGO celebrates the long-standing patronage of Joey and Toby Tanenbaum with an exhibition comprising highlights from the masterworks the couple has donated to the Gallery over almost four decades.
Artworks from two special collections at the Art Gallery of Ontario are showcased in Constructing Utopia: Books and Posters from Revolutionary Russia, 1910–1940.
Delhi-based artist Gauri Gill is the winner of The Grange Prize 2011. The $50,000 prize is Canada’s largest photography prize, also granting $5,000 and an international residency to each of the runners-up, and is the only major Canadian art prize to have its winner chosen by the public.
Solo exhibition of the artist’s life’s works to open November 26
Canadian fashion icon shares personal collection of artwork November 15
Hundreds of Toronto District School Board (TDSB) students and educators will be able to visit the Weston Family Learning Centre at the Art Gallery of Ontario (AGO) each year for hands-on experience of art thanks to a new five-year partnership between the TDSB and the AGO.