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Four sculptures by Sir Anthony Caro to make North American debut at the AGO

Incoming! This winter, the AGO will unveil an exhibition of four monumental works by one of the most influential sculptors of the late twentieth century,  British artist Sir Anthony Caro (1924-2013).  A studio assistant to Henry Moore in the 1950s, Caro revolutionized sculpture in the 1960s by creating colourful abstract assemblages (works of art made by grouping found or […]

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Go inside the legendary club where DJ Frankie Knuckles got his start

Visitors have only one weekend left to experience the music of acclaimed Chicago House Music pioneer and DJ Frankie Knuckles as part of the exhibition Theaster Gates: How to Build a House Museum. To complement that experience, the AGO presents a free screening of Canadian writer and filmmaker Malcolm Ingram’s acclaimed 2013 documentary Continental on Friday, October […]

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Choir! Choir! Choir! hits Art Toronto

  Choir! Choir! Choir! has come a long way since its inception as a weekly drop-in, a no-commitment singing event in February of 2011. Founded by Daveed Goldman and Nobu Adilman, the group caught international attention last winter when it performed Space Oddity at the AGO in tribute to David Bowie – skyrocketing to the […]

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Meet Walter Scott, AGO Artist-in-Residence

  Walter Scott, an interdisciplinary artist working with writing, illustration, performance and sculpture, is the AGO’s Artist-in-Residence until November 30. For Scott, comics are a key element of his practice. In 2011 while living in Montreal, he began a comic book series, Wendy, exploring the narrative of a fictional young woman living in an urban […]

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Want to channel your inner Emily Carr? Join an AGO art class today!

  Always wanted to learn how to take better photos? Secretly wondered if your child is the next van Gogh? How about chilling out in shavasana in a beautiful and serene setting? We have the answer: sign up for an AGO art class or yoga workshop. You’ll relax, be inspired and have beautiful new artwork […]

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Toronto artists speak up at AGO Friday Nights

Looking to be inspired on a Friday night? Two-time Juno Award-winner Lillian Allen, renowned internationally for her poetry and activism, has organized a series of AGO Friday Night performances that run throughout the month of October. Lillian Allen, courtesy the artist Each week there will be something new to experience. Allen has brought together established and […]

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More than just a party: Art Toronto’s Opening Night Preview

What do you get when you mix amazing contemporary art, artists and art lovers in a cool, buzzy atmosphere? An opportunity for the AGO to acquire something special, like Seth’s Death of Jumbo. Every October AGO curators have the opportunity to add to the Gallery’s collection at Art Toronto, Canada’s international contemporary and modern art […]

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Mining the AGO’s collections for an artist book

By Meera Margaret Singh The experience of working at the AGO as the artist-in–residence for summer 2015 has been an extremely productive and rewarding venture. After having organized several interventions in the form of free participatory Laughter Yoga workshops in both Walker Court and Galleria Italia (filling space typically reserved for quiet contemplation with the […]

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Conservation Notes: Resurfacing Large Two Forms

Standing at the corner of McCaul and Dundas streets since 1974, Henry Moore’s monumental sculpture Large Two Forms has become an important part of Toronto’s cultural landscape. Scores of school children, families, local residents and out-of-town visitors enjoy sitting in the large void of the northern element, exploring and enjoying the surfaces and forms and […]

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Conservation Notes: “I have seen my death!” and the very first X-ray

By Katharine Whitman, Conservator, Photography There’s something really amazing inside the AGO’s walls right now: a piece of medical history and the forerunner of technology used today. In our exhibition Camera Atomica, visitors can see a positive image of the first X-ray ever made. Wilhelm Conrad Röntgen, a physics professor in Worzburg, Bavaria, created the […]

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Turner Prize nominee Janice Kerbel is Elevated at the AGO

In our exhibition Elevated, Janic Kerbel’s poster work Is Iggy Fatuse, The Human Firefly is impossible to miss: its large scale and bold typography draw visitors and, we’ve noticed, it makes frequent appearances in visitor photos (and the odd #museumselfie). What visitors may not realize is that they’re standing in front of the work of […]

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This summer, it’s all in the #AGOdetails

By Raechel Bonomo, AGO communications assistant The AGO collection contains artworks that can fill entire gallery walls, and this summer they’re joined by works on loan for our current exhibition Picturing the Americas: Landscape Painting from Tierra del Fuego to the Arctic, featuring dozens of panoramic landscapes. At first glance, details in these vast paintings are overshadowed by […]

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Conservation Notes: A case for all types of photos

By Katharine Whitman, Conservator, Photography Adventures in Photograph Conservation: Cased photos A photograph can be printed onto almost any surface. While paper is the most common substrate, others include metal, leather, plastic, cloth, canvas and glass, and many of these are represented in the AGO’s photograph collection. This is the first in a series of […]

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Bison on ice: Winter in Alberta with artist Nandipha Mntambo

Late last winter, from March 17 to 24, 2015, 2014 Aimia | AGO Photography Prize finalist Nandipha Mntambo journeyed to Elk Island National Park‘s bison conservatory, not far from Edmonton. Each of the Prize’s shortlisted artists received a residency in Canada and for hers, Mntambo worked with Parks Canada‘s Pat Dunn to track and film […]

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#BasquiatAGO: Now’s the time to say thank you and farewell

Something special happened in our building over the past few months: starting Feb. 7, we had the honour of showing incredible artwork in Jean-Michel Basquiat: Now’s the Time. Through its run to May 10, 155,755 visitors experienced that exhibition, and thousands of Basquiat fans joined us for events that welcomed, feted, discussed, drew inspiration from […]

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Conservation Notes: Displaying Henryk Ross’s powerful Łódź Ghetto photos

By Katharine Whitman, Conservator, Photography The exhibition Memory Unearthed: The Łódź Ghetto Photographs of Henryk Ross is rather unique for the AGO in that many different mounting methods are used to represent the powerful imagery of the photographs. It depicts the life in the Łódź Ghetto in German-occupied Poland: a work camp for Jewish and […]

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#BasquiatAGO: Now’s the Time to party!

All good things must end, but we’re not saying goodbye to Jean-Michel Basquiat: Now’s the Time without one last hurrah. To celebrate the exhibition and say thank you to everyone who supported its run at the AGO, we’re throwing a special party during its closing weekend. On May 9, 2015, we’re staying open from 5:30 […]

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Join us for Twitter’s #MuseumWeek 2015, March 23-39

One of the best things about social media is that it can — and does — happen everywhere: at home, at work and school, on the street and inside the walls of galleries and museums. We love sharing our collection, exhibitions and events with you on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, YouTube and here on the blog, […]

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13 March Break activities for families at the AGO

Unpredictable weather, restless kids and pressure to find enough fun for a whole week – it’s that time of year again, but not to worry! We’re presenting a program of drop-in activities for families for March Break 2015, and this year’s theme is Sampling & Scratching, inspired by our exhibition Jean-Michel Basquiat: Now’s the Time. […]

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#BasquiatAGO: Thelma Golden on artists as catalysts of cultural change

My interest is in artists who understand and re-write history, who think about themselves within the narrative of the larger world of art but who have created new places for us to see and understand.— Thelma Golden Watch Thelma Golden’s February 2013 TED-Ed talk on her mission to use her position as director and chief […]

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Reflections on Spiegelman: Nina Bunjevac

Art Spiegelman’s work has had a profound impact on artists around the world. We asked Canadian cartoonists, graphic novelists and comics experts how Spiegelman has influenced their own work and the creation and dissemination of comics and graphic novels. Any cartoonist who doesn’t realize that Spiegelman had paved our way, twice, is a fool. He […]

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#BasquiatAGO: Get involved by #crowningheroes on Instagram

We’re excited to announce a city-wide Instagram program celebrating the exhibition Jean-Michel Basquiat: Now’s the Time. Basquiat’s groundbreaking and provocative artistic approach translated 1980s New York into a radical visual language, one that gave voice to issues of racism, class struggle, social hypocrisy and black history. Inspired as much by high art as by hip […]

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Reflections on Spiegelman: Peter Birkemoe

Art Spiegelman’s work has had a profound impact on artists around the world. We asked Canadian cartoonists, graphic novelists and comics experts how Spiegelman has influenced their own work and the creation and dissemination of comics and graphic novels. Since the Beguiling opened in 1987, Art’s work has introduced more readers to the medium than […]

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Conservation Notes: Plastering The Grange

By Claire Molgat-Laurin, AGO Conservation intern Conserving the AGO’s largest artifact The AGO’s largest artifact isn’t a monumental painting, or even a sculpture. Think even bigger. Built in 1817, The Grange was the first building to serve as the home of the AGO, then known as the Art Museum of Toronto, and it is the […]

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Art with ♥: Take the AGO Valentine’s Day Tour

Whether you’re a long-time member or visiting the AGO for the first time, it’s easy to pass by some of the hundreds of works on display without taking a closer look. This weekend, we’re inviting you celebrate Valentine’s Day with us and see the art through the lens of love. Here are a few places […]

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Reflections on Spiegelman: Michael Deforge

Art Spiegelman’s work has had a profound impact on artists around the world. We asked Canadian cartoonists, graphic novelists and comics experts how Spiegelman has influenced their own work and the creation and dissemination of comics and graphic novels. Art Spiegelman pushed the edges of what the medium could be, both in the formal experiments […]

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Jeet Heer on Spiegelman, Mouly, Crumb, Charlie Hebdo and the underground tradition

With the presentation of Art Spiegelman’s CO-MIX: A Retrospective at the AGO, we’re aiming to highlight not just the significance of Spiegelman’s career, but also growing importance of comics as a defining cultural form in Toronto. Leading up to and during the exhibition’s run ― Dec. 20, 2014, to March 15, 2015 ― we’re using […]

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Reflections on Spiegelman: Seth

Art Spiegelman’s work has had a profound impact on artists around the world. We asked Canadian cartoonists, graphic novelists and comics experts how Spiegelman has influenced their own work and the creation and dissemination of comics and graphic novels. Art Spiegelman’s great contribution to the medium of comics was to prove that comics could be […]

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Jeet Heer on Art Spiegelman and “parody/pastiche as the beginning of creativity”

With the presentation of Art Spiegelman’s CO-MIX: A Retrospective at the AGO, we’re aiming to highlight not just the significance of Spiegelman’s career, but also growing importance of comics as a defining cultural form in Toronto. Leading up to and during the exhibition’s run ― Dec. 20, 2014, to March 15, 2015 ― we’re using […]

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Jeet Heer on Art Spiegelman and how avant-garde work reshapes popular culture

With the presentation of Art Spiegelman’s CO-MIX: A Retrospective at the AGO, we’re aiming to highlight not just the significance of Spiegelman’s career, but also growing importance of comics as a defining cultural form in Toronto. Leading up to and during the exhibition’s run ― Dec. 20, 2014, to March 15, 2015 ― we’re using […]

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Larger than life: Michelangelo on the big screen

Centuries later, with help from LG Canada, the Renaissance master’s drawings come alive at the AGO Many of Michelangelo’s works were drawn on small tablets or scrolls, which makes it difficult for the human eye to fully appreciate his attention to detail and inexhaustible creativity. LG’s digital screens and content specially developed for the exhibition […]

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Conservation Notes: Piecing together the past

By Katharine Whitman, Conservator, Photographs Picture this: you’re in your grandfather’s ancestral home. Under a stack of dusty photo albums you discover a small book-like box with a tiny metal clasp. You open it and find a photograph of a man with familiar features sitting stiffly before a painted landscape. It dawns upon you that […]

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Take Our #KidstoWork Day: An exhibition of AGO careers

By Brittany Reynolds, assistant, Recruitment, Training and Volunteer Programs On Nov. 5, 2014, eight of our employees’ Grade 9 relatives joined us for the day and had the chance to see the variety of career opportunities here at the AGO. The day kicked off with a tour of the Aimia | AGO Photography Prize 2014 […]

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Howard and Cindy Rachofsky: Collecting art, building a community, leaving a legacy

How do you build community through art collecting? Ask Howard and Cindy Rachofsky. Together they have helped make Dallas a major centre for contemporary art, architecture and philanthropy. As the powerful agents behind the revitalization of the Dallas Museum of Art in 2012, the Rachofskys co-founded The Warehouse, turning what had been an abandoned industrial […]

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Conservation Notes: A return to Betty Goodwin’s studio

This is the third post in a series on the preservation and storage of Betty Goodwin’s notebooks. See the previous posts here and here. Marianne Williams, Digital Special Collections Assistant in the AGO Library and Archives, has finished her project of creating new preservation enclosures for the 121 sketchbooks and notebooks from the late Montreal-based […]

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Art on wheels: Meet the Aimia | AGO Photography Prize Art Truck

For the first time, the Aimia | AGO Photography Prize is bringing its talented finalists to the streets. The travelling Aimia | AGO Photography Prize Art Truck will feature video footage of the four shortlisted artists discussing their practices, offering a glimpse into their artwork and allowing visitors an opportunity to vote for who should […]

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Instagram takeover: Pascal Paquette presents new Toronto street art

Toronto artist Pascal Paquette is taking over our Instagram account from Sept. 10 to 13. He’ll be roaming Toronto streets to post pics of street art and graffiti, both commissioned and sanctioned works produced mainly this summer, along with classic works from recent years. Follow @agotoronto and #agofieldtrip to see the photos, then find the […]

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This month in Prints and Drawings: a Date with Italian master drawings

For the month of September, as part of its monthly Date with [Art] series, Prints and Drawings is offering visitors a closer look at Italian master drawings, in anticipation of the exhibition Michelangelo: Quest for Genius, opening Oct. 18, 2014. Each Wednesday throughout the month, stop by the Marvin Gelber Print & Drawing Study Centre […]

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Conservation Notes: Preserving history on nitrate film

By Katharine Whitman, Conservator, Photography The Henryk Ross collection of negatives depict the Łódź Ghetto in Poland from 1939 to 1944, composing a valuable record of the conditions Jewish people faced during the Second World War. As with all film negatives from that period, they are on cellulose nitrate stock, a potentially dangerous medium due […]

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Meet the artists of the 2014 Aimia | AGO Photography Prize shortlist

Together with our partners at Aimia, we were excited to announce the 2014 Aimia | AGO Photography Prize shortlist on Aug. 13. Below, learn about the four artists from around the world who were our jurors’ top picks, then head to the Prize website to see more of their work and choose your favourite. David […]

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Conservation Notes: Artist Betty Goodwin’s thoughts on paper

As Digital Special Collections Assistant in the AGO Library and Archives this summer, Marianne Williams is building new enclosures to preserve decades’ worth of sketchbooks and notebooks of the late Montreal-based artist Betty Goodwin. Goodwin bequeathed more than 100 sketchbooks, notebooks, agendas and diaries to the AGO. Many of them were featured in the Gallery’s […]

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Contest: Connect with your inner critic and tweet your #BaconMoore reviews

Francis Bacon and Henry Moore: Terror and Beauty is closing July 20 and we hope you’ve had a chance to see the exhibition or, if not, that you plan to visit before it closes. We’ve heard from visitors who provided feedback, in words and images, at our in-exhibition response stations; now we’re inviting you to […]

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Canadian migrant-rights activist Pablo Muñoz wins WorldPride 2014 National Youth Solidarity art contest

The Michaëlle Jean Foundation, the AGO and WorldPride Toronto 2014 are delighted to announce the winner of the 4th Wall Youth Solidarity Project online vote. Selected as winner by more than a thousand Canadians of all ages from across the country, Vancouver-based artist and rights activist Pablo Muñoz receives $1,000 and will work with a […]

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This month in Prints and Drawings: Date with James Tissot

For the month of June, Prints and Drawings is taking AGO visitors on a Date with James Tissot, the newest edition of its monthly Date with [Art] series. Each Wednesday throughout the month, stop by the Marvin Gelber Print & Drawing Study Centre for the Open Door program, running from 1 to 8 p.m. Enjoy […]

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“Inspiring, fearsome, transcendent”: Visitors respond to Francis Bacon and Henry Moore: Terror and Beauty

By Gillian McIntyre, Interpretive Planner, AGO “If I go to the National Gallery and I look at one of the great paintings that excite me there, it’s not so much the painting that excites me as that the painting unlocks all kinds of valves of sensation in me which return me to life more violently” […]

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Three Friday evenings with Francis Bacon, Henry Moore and friends

This Friday after work, we’re extending Gallery hours until 8:30 p.m. The full Gallery plus special exhibitionFrancis Bacon and Henry Moore: Terror and Beauty will be open, and visitors are invited to relax in Galleria Italia and start the weekend off right with friends, food and tunes. We’re offering the same extended hours on two […]

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This year the AGO celebrates moms with special programming all over the Gallery. Here’s what’s on: Mother’s Day brunch On Sunday, May 11, FRANK restaurant celebrates moms with a special Mother’s Day brunch buffet. The menu features an enormous selection of offerings including traditional breakfast fare, a seafood station, a carving station featuring roasted AAA […]

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Mark your calendar: Five AGO public openings in 2014

We’re pleased to announce a series of public openings to celebrate the exhibitions of Canadian and international contemporary artists taking place at the Gallery this year. Please join us for the following public openings: May 14: Scott McFarland: Snow, Shacks, Streets, Shrubs July 2: Geoffrey Farmer: Winner of the 2013 Gershon Iskowitz Prize at the […]

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Coming soon: Matthew Barney’s Drawing Restraint 2, 6 and 17

We’re excited to announce that Matthew Barney’s Drawing Restraint 2, 6 and 17 from his acclaimed Drawing Restraint series will be on view at the AGO from May 31 to Sept. 28, 2014. Taking place on the fourth floor of the AGO’s contemporary tower, the exhibition of these videos is organized in conjunction with the […]

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The 2014 Aimia | AGO Photography Prize: Meet the jury

Voting won’t begin until late summer, but the 2014 Aimia | AGO Photography Prize is well underway. Over the past few months, individuals around the world have been researching and discussing exciting new ideas and directions in fine art photography and putting forward the names of artists whose recent work has shown extraordinary potential. The […]

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Remembering Itee Pootoogook

We were deeply saddened to hear of the passing of leading contemporary Inuit artists Itee Pootoogook (born 1951) following a battle with cancer. Itee created distinct and powerful images of life in the north and was best known in recent years for his large format drawings. His works have the haunting simplicity of Alex Colville’s […]

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Conservation Notes: Kress Fellow Tessa Thomas and posters of the Belle Époque

The Samuel H. Kress Foundation provides yearly grants to cultural heritage institutions to support a conservation training fellowship; only nine awards for Kress Conservation Fellowships were presented for the 2013/2014 year and the AGO is pleased that the foundation selected us to receive a grant. Maria Sullivan, manager of Conservation at the AGO, calls the […]

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A hands-on experience with the Thomson Collection

The Thomson Collection of European Art at the Art Gallery of Ontario includes about 900 objects, mainly northern European sculpture and decorative arts dating from the early Middle Ages to the mid-19th century. In addition to the collection’s cornerstone artwork, Peter Paul Rubens’ The Massacre of the Innocents, it has both sacred and secular objects […]

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Remembering Sorel Etrog

In 2013, the Art Gallery of Ontario proudly presented a career-spanning exhibition of artist Sorel Etrog’s work, featuring his archetypal sculptures and his rarely seen film, Spiral, plus drawings, paintings, book illustrations and prints from both the Gallery’s and private collections. Born in Romania, Etrog came to Toronto in 1963 and his career here left […]

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This month in Prints & Drawings: Date with Henri Matisse

This February our Prints & Drawings department invites you to join them for a Date with Henri Matisse, the newest edition of its monthly Date with [Art] series. Each Wednesday throughout the month, stop by the Marvin Gelber Print & Drawing Study Centre for the Open Door program, running from 1 to 8 p.m. Enjoy […]

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Come out and play: Torontrons land in the AGO Community Gallery

AGO artist-in-residence Jim Munroe has transformed the Community Gallery into a classic arcade with a pop-up installation of three retrofitted arcade cabinets called Torontrons. Engineered by The Hand Eye Society and produced by Munroe, each Torontron is loaded with six contemporary video games designed by Toronto video-game artists. The pop-up arcade cabinets have appeared all […]

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AGO’s brand-new courses include digital game design, artists’ books and more

Each season, our education department offers courses for adults, youths and children that cover the fundamentals of art and art-making: painting, drawing, sculpture, photography as well as lectures that illuminate the history of art and where it is today. Beyond that, though, we aim to develop boundary-pushing educational experiences that expands students’ creative skills and […]

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Listen: “21st-Century Art: Why Feminism Still (Really) Matters”

On Jan. 2, 2014, artists Shary Boyle, Vanessa Dunn (of VAG HALEN), Petra Collins and Aminah Sheikh got together on stage at AGO First Thursdays for a conversation entitled “21st-Century Art: Why Feminism Still (Really) Matters,” presented by After School and Hazlitt. For those who couldn’t be here, an audio recording and links to media […]

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What’s (not) for dinner: Sara Angelucci and Chef Dueck’s Pigeon-less Pie

In the early years of Canada, to the late 1800s, pigeon pie was one of the most common dishes on our tables. Made from the passenger pigeon, at the time the most common bird in North America that numbered in the billions, this popular dish provided readily available and hearty sustenance. Indeed, the Quebecois tourtière […]

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Looking ahead: The Aimia | AGO Photography Prize in 2014

Vince Timpano (left), with 2013 Aimia | AGO Photography Prize winner Erin Shirreff and AGO director and CEO Matthew Teitelbaum. In November 2013, before an excited crowd at AGO First Thursdays, Canadian artist Erin Shirreff was named as winner of the Aimia | AGO Photography Prize. Shirreff receives the $50,000 cash prize and will head […]

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A different kind of art market at AGO First Thursdays

For AGO First Thursdays on Jan. 2, 2014, we’re partnering with the people behind the popular Long Winter event series for a night of creative and art-filled programming. In addition to music from Snowblink and Doomsquad, food, drinks and friends, guests will have a lot to explore. Read on for details. TALK Three of Canada’s […]

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Conservation Notes: Insider’s look at a prayer bead

Credit: Prayer Bead, The Thomson Collection at the AGO, 29365. Courtesy of The Thomson Collection © Art Gallery of Ontario, Sustainable Archaeology at the University of Western Ontario, 2012, and Eric Fournier, Chief Technology Officer, ORS Visual. In a previous Conservation Notes post we introduced you to work that Lisa Ellis, conservator of sculpture and […]

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Bowie has left the building

David Bowie is at the AGO kicked off world tour and got visitors dancing This fall David Bowie is, a widely acclaimed exhibition of objects from the pop icon’s personal archive, came to the AGO for an extended run from the Victoria and Albert Museum, London. We’re happy to announce that it was a hit […]

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Q&A: AGO artist-in-residence Sara Angelucci

Toronto-based artist Sara Angelucci is the AGO artist-in-residence from November 20, 2013, to January 20, 2014, and we’re so happy to share her work with you. Working primarily with photography, video and audio, Angelucci incorporates archival materials such as home movies, snapshots, and vintage portraits into her work and recently has turned her focus to […]

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Two more days of Bowie for AGO visitors

Toronto can’t get enough of David Bowie. In response to overwhelming public demand, we’re extending the exhibition David Bowie is yet again, by two days, marking an unprecedented third round of extensions. Originally set to close this Wednesday, the exhibition will now run until Friday, Nov. 29, at 8:30 p.m. Praised as “essential viewing for […]

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New late-night hours and special ticket discounts welcome visitors during final weeks of David Bowie is

As the days tick down until we have to say goodbye to David Bowie is, visitors continue to show their enthusiasm for the exhibition and some time slots, particularly on weekends, are selling out. To make it easier for visitors with busy schedules who are still trying to fit in a visit, we’ve added the […]

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Huge art, big success: Nearly 150,000 visitors experienced Ai Weiwei: According to What? at the AGO

Ai Weiwei: According to What?, the ground-breaking and critically acclaimed exhibition of large-scale artworks that stopped at the AGO from Aug. 17 to Oct. 27, 2013, drew in 145,407 visitors during its 10-week run and fuelled an undeniable “Ai Weiwei moment” in Toronto. Almost a quarter of the exhibition’s audience was composed of first-time visitors […]

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What’s On: Art Toronto 2013 Opening Night Preview

Art Toronto is Canada’s only international art fair, bringing together artists, collectors, curators and galleries from far and wide. As in previous years, Art Toronto’s Opening Night Preview, taking place Oct. 24, will raise funds for the Art Gallery of Ontario that help support our exhibition and education programs, with a portion of the proceeds […]

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In Photos: David Bowie’s late-’70s Pop stop in Toronto

What does David Bowie look like in Toronto? The exhibition David Bowie is contains many images of the cultural icon in his many guises — including iconic portraits by Brian Duffy and Masayoshi Sukita — but getting to see him on stage in our hometown is a rare opportunity. While living with Iggy Pop in […]

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Event: 2013 Toronto International Antiquarian Book Fair at the AGO

Nov. 8 to 10, 2013 Baillie Court, Art Gallery of Ontario Included with admission (free for AGO members) Attention, bibliophiles! We’re inviting experienced and novice book collectors, librarians, archivists, scholars, academics and all other lovers of books and the book arts to the 2013 Toronto International Antiquarian Book Fair, an annual event that’s taking place […]

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