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Climate change is happening, now

The AGO is currently running an exhibition called Anthropocene: The Human Epoch. This exhibit features work by Canadian artists Edward Burtnsky, Nicholas de Pencier,...

Beuys’ eclectic collection

Petrified fat. Rabbit bones. Worn felt. These are among the many unique materials you may spot upon a visit to the Art Gallery of...

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...

Nuit Blanche: a sleepless night of art

Insomniacs and art admirers alike were called upon to attend the 13th annual Nuit Blanche Toronto, an all-night celebration of contemporary art. Consisting of...

So you think you can create a zine?

Over 250 vendors gathered on September 22nd at the Art Gallery of Ontario for the Broken Pencil Canzine: Festival of Zines and Underground Culture....

Facing the Monumental Head-on

Until October 21st at the Art Gallery of Ontario (AGO), multidisciplinary artist Rebecca Belmore is showcasing her thought-provoking exhibition Facing the Monumental. The exhibit...

A Gallery of Two Cities

The Art Gallery of Ontario (AGO) is showcasing eight pieces of June Clark’s work. This exhibition is in celebration of an innovative period in Toronto...

Big sister Carrie is always watching us

People have always had a fascination with the lives of the rich—it’s what keeps reality T.V. shows popular. When you see the paintings of...

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...

Del Toro’s diablo arrives

The Art Gallery of Ontario’s screening of “The Devil’s Backbone” was important to consider. This is mostly because “The Devil’s Backbone” is directed by...

Cosmopolitan snapshots

After a compelling panel last Wednesday night at The Art Gallery of Ontario, the recipients of the AIMIA Photography Prize showcased their exhibits to...
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