Keith Haring, Untitled, 1982.
Art / Reviews

Keith Haring still king of the street

'Keith Haring: Art is for Everybody' at the AGO celebrates activist artist

By Michael Hollett

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Stage / Stage Events

Indoor Offerings: 10 Shows Worth Catching

Though most indoor theatres close for the summer, there’s still plenty of [...]

By Liam Donovan

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Art / Events

Toronto Summer Events & Festivals

We pride ourselves on our Pride, one of the world’s biggest, part of a [...]

By Saturn Steel-Mendez

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A collection of artistic adventures to get you out of the house this summer

Visual art doesn’t hibernate for summer from the Art Gallery of Ontario’s [...]

By Thomas Publow

Leonard Cohen

Massive Leonard Cohen celebration a deeply intimate exhibit

Toronto’s AGO presents sprawling yet intimate tribute to Canadian icon


Denyse Thomasos. Untitled (Kingdom Come), 2011. Acrylic on paper, preparatory drawing for Kingdom Come, a site-specific installation at Oakville Galleries, 77.5 × 111.8 cm. Collection of Oakville Galleries, purchased with the support of the Elizabeth L. Gordon Art Program of the Gordon Foundation, administered by the Ontario Arts Foundation, and the Corporation of the Town of Oakville, 2022. © The Estate of Denyse Thomasos and Olga Korper Gallery, Photo: Craig Boyko.

Big, bold paintings highlight Denyse Thomasos in powerful AGO exhibit

An important Toronto artist is finally getting the major exhibit she deserves.


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