Posts Filed Under: art
This year, it's mostly about sex.
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.
ROM exhibit invites you to step inside the world of imperial China.
This artist really hit the nail on the hammerhead.
An unlikely marriage of mediums has brought us this portrait of Rob Ford.
The Toronto International Antiquarian Book Fair is more dazzling than dusty.
Made by unlikely collaborators.
The renowned Chinese artist's giant sculpture looks good on screen.
To mark its centennial year, the Royal Ontario Museum looks to imperial China.
If you missed these exhibits during Nuit Blanche this past weekend, you still have a chance: here are a few art installations that are up for a while longer.
Now that we've all caught up on sleep, some thoughts on Nuit Blanche 2013.
Focus on the the art, not the ride home. Here's how to navigate the chaos properly.
Area: south of Richmond Street, between Yonge and John.
Nuit Blanche 2013 will include plenty of semi-secret, off-program art and events.
Area: University Avenue from Queen Street up to Queen's Park.
Area: in and around Nathan Phillips Square and Toronto City Hall.
They weren't commissioned, but that doesn't mean these indie projects aren't worth checking out.