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Welcome to the Anthropocene epoch

Anthropocene, a new exhibition at the Art Gallery of Ontario (AGO) by photographer Edward Burtynsky and filmmakers Jennifer Baichwal and Nicholas de Pencier, explores...

Nuit Blanche at the AGO

As part of Nuit Blanche Toronto 2018, the Art Gallery of Ontario hosted an immersive exhibit called Ancient Forest Alliance by Jennifer Baichwal and...

Seeing the future in a reblink of an eye

Avant-garde exhibitions, like Alex Mayhew’s ReBlink at the Art Gallery of Ontario, aims to mix technology with traditional paintings. Renowned artworks such as the...

AGO showcases timeless masterpieces

There are many experiences in the artistic sphere of Toronto that promise inspiration. The Art Gallery of Ontario’s Mystical Landscapes: Masterpieces from Monet, Van...

Independent arts festival hits the AGO

On Saturday, October 29, the Art Gallery of Ontario hosted Canzine, a pay-what-you-can independent zine and arts festival.Zine culture is a historically influential movement...

Unapologetic liberation

Quasi-scientific paintings, house music, sculptures, and minimalistic performances are among the elements Theaster Gates uses to promote his first solo exhibition in Canada. How...

AGO heads up north

What do painters, actors, and art curators have in common?Remarkably, not much. This is why American actor Steve Martin astonished Toronto art-lovers by agreeing...

AGO presents explosive new exhibit

In keeping with my experiences at the Art Gallery of Ontario, I was duly impressed by their current exhibit, Camera Atomica. This year, art...

Funny business happening at Ontario’s art gallery

The “What’s So Funny?” exhibit at the Art Gallery of Ontario lacked many things, including art pieces. The AGO’s website claims to feature over...

Avant-garde opening at the AGO

The AGO has not only acquired the entire General Idea: Haute Couture exhibition that debuted at the French art space earlier this year, but most recently the AGO also became home to a collection of 118 works that make up the highly anticipated, limited-time exhibition Chagall and the Russian Avante-Garde.

King Tut reigns over AGO

Turn left on University Avenue heading towards Union and youll see the Art Gallery of Ontario. No surprises there—the AGO has stood on the...
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