Conveniently located in downtown Toronto and fully accessible, the Art Gallery of Ontario (AGO) is one of North America’s greatest art galleries.
Here, you can immerse yourself in a large collection of over 120,000 artworks that ranges from cutting-edge contemporary pieces to significant works by Indigenous and Canadian artists, as well as European masterpieces. Don’t miss seeing iconic pieces such as Massacre of The Innocents by Peter Paul Rubens and original Group of Seven Canadian artworks, which have earned the gallery global recognition.
Explore the world of art within the gallery’s beautiful architecture, designed by the renowned architect Frank Gehry. Take your time to appreciate not only the art but also the building itself.
KAWS: FAMILY – On now until March 31, 2024
Making his Canadian museum debut, Brooklyn-based artist Brian Donnelly (1974), better known as KAWS, bridges the worlds of art, popular culture and commerce with sophisticated humour and insightful appropriation.
Celebrating Keith Haring’s creativity and activism, the AGO welcomes a major exhibition of the late artist’s vast output through more than 120 artworks and archival materials.
Life Between Islands: Caribbean-British Art 1950s-Now – On now until April 1, 2024
Making its way across the Atlantic to the AGO from Tate Britain, Life Between Islands: Caribbean-British Art, 1950s–Now examines the relationship between the Caribbean and Britain and reconsiders British art history in the twentieth and twenty-first centuries from a Caribbean perspective.