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A new exhibit offers a glimpse at the frustrations and triumphs of the great artist.
The AGO will bring an exhibition of acclaimed cartoonist Art Spiegelman to its walls in December.
The AGO, at least a couple of artists, and a whole lot of stormtroopers would like an answer to that question.
New exhibition at the Art Gallery of Ontario showcases the terrible beauty of the works of Francis Bacon and Henry Moore.
A humble indie film presents the city as its real, beautiful self.
The Art Gallery of Ontario marks a century of exhibits at its current site.
For better or worse, art wasn't the main attraction at AGO's gold-themed fundraiser.
The Art Gallery of Ontario shows off a punk legend's quieter side.
Today: learn about Yiddish, the AGO throws a big art party, and a comic-themed art show.
The AGO's conservator of contemporary and Inuit art talks art, science, and giant hamburger sculptures.
Both of Toronto's major visual art institutions are hosting social nights with a nightclub vibe, but that's the only thing they have in common.
The Art Gallery of Ontario displays works by Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera, side by side.
This weekend, join an outdoor art tour with the AGO; catch a one-night-only performance of a stellar comedy monologue act; a documentary on the story of American film critics gets a screening and panel discussion; Canadian Music Week goes out with a bang; and much more!
This weekend, a dog convention brings out your inner awww; the AGO invites art lovers to a TV marathon; improv comedy show Monkey Toast makes its triumphant return, and more!
Hurrah! A long weekend! For your to-do list, the Winterfolk Blues and Roots Festival celebrates its tenth year; Harbourfront Centre explores skate culture; get your drum on at an all-ages drum circle gathering; a model railroad club displays its winter show; the AGO turns into a kid-friendly exhibition; and much more!