The Art Gallery of Ontario showcases Keith Haring’s work in Canada in 25 years in a new exhibition called Keith Haring: Art Is for Everybody.
This week is the closing of artist Brian Jungen’s solo exhibition, Brian Jungen: Friendship Centre, at the Art Gallery of Ontario.
Here, we’ve assembled five of our favourite art exhibitions held across Canada—classic and contemporary, beautiful and necessary—in 2019, and two exhibitions still on view into the new year.
Early Rubens, currently on at the Art Gallery of Ontario, commemorates one of the baroque period’s greatest painters at the height of his career.
Hito Steyerl: This is the Future, is on now at the AGO. The show, curated by Adelina Vlas, displays works created by Steyerl over the last fifteen years.
This exhibit is an exploration of the everyday, focusing on the Impressionists through the lens of the Industrial Revolution and its aftermath.
The new Anthropocene Project calls out our impact on the planet—from water pollution to deforestation—and makes us aware of how we shape environmental change.
From artists Edward Burtynsky, Jennifer Baichwal, and Nicholas de Pencier comes a sobering photography and multimedia exhibition.
Fifty of Stettheimer’s theatrical multimedia works will be on display for the first-ever Canadian solo exhibit of her work.