Posts Filed Under: Art Gallery of Ontario
At his lecture on Monday, Art Spiegelman traced the graphic history of free speech from Mad Magazine to the Charlie Hebdo slayings.
Nominated for: creating performance art for all ages and incomes.
AGO's new exhibition of one of Canada's most prolific artists explores the roots of Colville's inspiration—and the inspiration he's been for others.
Jack Reppen pulls double duty as a cartoonist and a "serious" artist.
With new exhibition highlighting Anishinaabe artists, the AGO is rethinking its Canadian galleries.
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.
Hot Wheels brings a 625-foot-long track to the AGO.
Atom Egoyan's most personal film might not be his best, but it does make some fine use of the city in its exploration of history, truth, and art.
Famed Chinese artist Ai Weiwei made a virtual appearance at this month's First Thursdays event at the AGO.
Some sculptures by China's most famous artist and activist have found their way to City Hall.
The Art Gallery of Ontario will be displaying items from David Bowie's personal archives this fall.
The Art Gallery of Ontario marks a century of exhibits at its current site.
NBC's new TV series about America's favourite cannibal is shot in Toronto, and you can tell.
For better or worse, art wasn't the main attraction at AGO's gold-themed fundraiser.
Manuscripts, panel paintings, and sculptures from 14th-century Florence offer a rare glimpse of early renaissance art.
The Art Gallery of Ontario shows off a punk legend's quieter side.
Musician and artist playing two sets as part of the gallery's 1st Thursdays series.