Rubens Tuesday: Hot takes

Get the lowdown on the newly opened exhibition, Early Rubens, from AGO Members.

AGO’s 20 for 20: Art Toronto

In celebration of Art Toronto’s 20th anniversary, we asked 20 artists, collectors and advocates of the art fair to share their favourite moments from over the years.   

If these walls could talk

We connected with artist Lisa Reihana ahead of her talk at the AGO to learn more about her artistic practice and thinking behind her artwork, in Pursuit of Venus [infected].

Oh my workshops

For commitment-phobic art makers, let us introduce AGO Workshops.

Art Pick of the Week: Attic

Every week we’re sharing one of our favourite artworks from the AGO Collection for you to see on your next visit.

Lions and lizards and boars

With larger-than-life lions, lizards, a boar hunt and more, the highly anticipated exhibition Early Rubens could be your Game of Thrones fix. Get ready: it opens at the AGO this weekend!

Art in a complex world

How can we use art to have difficult conversations about this sometimes crazy world we live in? Stephan Jost, the AGO’s Michael and Sonja Koerner Director, and CEO, made a compelling argument in a recent op-ed letter to The Art Newspaper.

A Heavenly Mashup

Songs from Heaven, an all-new live performance for choir and harpsichord, takes over Walker Court this Saturday and Sunday.

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