Samuel Engelking

The exhibition Miss Chief’s Praying Hands runs for a month at Project Gallery on Dundas East more

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Rebecca Belmore

Including Rebecca Belmore at the AGO, an exhibition all about islands and rotating installations by furniture designer Patty Johnson more

Art & Design

Spanish street artist Okuda San Miguel recently completed a 23-storey mural on the side of the Parkside Student Residence building in collaboration with the STEPS Initiative. more

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Courtesy of Eldon Garnet

The influential artist is making a rare Toronto appearance at an Impulse magazine book launch that will also feature authors Sheila Heti and Chris Kraus more

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The newly renovated space is divided into seven sections, each highlighting a theme or a specific artist more

Art & Design

Sponsored feature: presented by STEPS Initiative more


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Andrew Williamson

More than 350 vendors are taking over Nathan Philips Square for the city's rebranded art event more

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In honour of National Indigenous Peoples Day, the Toronto sign at Nathan Phillips Square has gotten two upgrades: a custom-vinyl wrap around its famous photo-op letters and the addition of a Medicine Wheel. more


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Scarborough Arts

Scarborough has joined key Canadian metropolises including Toronto, Hamilton and Ottawa, with the launch of a public, city-named sign that will travel to six different locations in north and central Scarborough, including a stop at Nuit Blanche. more

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Estate of Kenojuak Ashevak

The expansive exhibit Tunirrusiangit showcases the work of Kenojuak Ashevak, Tim Pitsiulak and three other Inuit artists more

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Samuel Engelking

Unauthorized retrospective of the British street artist's gallery work is a reminder that desperate “punking” of capitalism is still capitalism. And nothing but more

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From big parties marking major milestones to indie art, comedy and experimental music, these events are the reasons why it's a good time to be queer in Toronto more

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Samuel Engelking

Amsterdam-based couturier Iris van Herpen's sculptural dresses are inspired by snakes, skydiving and electromagnetic waves more

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The AGO recently retitled an Emily Carr painting with an offensive name, but revising a title originally selected by the artist crosses a line in some circles more

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The artist and filmmaker was in Toronto to talk Black cinema, Kanye West and the work he considers his "Purple Rain" more

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The best art and books events for summer 2018 include the Iris van Harpen and Philip Beesley exhibition at the ROM, The Art of Banksy and disaster capitalism with Naomi Klein. more

Art & Books

The conceptual art icon has invited Torontonians to dismantle parts of her installation The Riverbed more

Art & Design

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Anne Simonnot

Montreal artist Dominique Pétrin's is creating otherworldly screen-printed backdrops for selfie-snapping attendees at this year's Power Ball fundraiser more

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More than 400 photos are featured in New York-based photographer Charlie Engman's exhibition at Scrap Metal Gallery more

Art & Design

The Chinese artist and activist’s first Canadian show in six years will open at the Gardiner Museum in February more

Art & Design

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    Susanna at Casa Susanna, 1964-1969 gelatin silver print Sheet: 8.3 × 11 cm (3 1/4 × 4 5/16 in.) Collection of the Art Gallery of Ontario Purchase, with funds generously donated by Martha LA McCain, 2015 © Art Gallery of Ontario