Art Gallery of Ontario

317 Dundas St W, Toronto
Hours of Operation
Tue–Thu 10:30am–5pm
Wed 10:30am–9pm
Fri 10:30am–9pm
Sat–Sun 10:30am–5:30pm
Fully Accessible
  • Level entrance or ramp access
  • Accessible washroom
  • Wide and unobstructed pathways
  • Elevator to access multiple levels
  • Automatic doors at the entrance
  • Accessible parking nearby

    Current Exhibitions & Programs Past Exhibitions

    • 2023 / core

      Group Exhibition
      We Are Story: The Canada Now Photography Acquisition

      Bringing together ten artists who highlight the vitality and range of contemporary photography across the country, We Are Story foregrounds how people experience their surroundings, and how shifting realities can imbue environments with new meaning. The works were purchased through the Canada Now Photography Acquisition Initiative, conceived in 2020 by Edward Burtynsky and Nicholas Metivier in response to the economic impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on artists.
    • 2023 / core / exhibition

      Wolfgang Tillmans
      To look without fear

      Wolfgang Tillmans’s first museum survey in Canada foregrounds how the German artist has married photographic image-making with social critique by pushing the conventions of the medium, developing new worlds of abstract photography, and epitomizing a new kind of subjectivity. In 400+ works, the exhibition presents the richness of Tillmans’s artistic practice, grounded in his conviction that an artist’s role is to be “an amplifier.”
    • 2023 / core / exhibition

      Sunday School
      Feels Like Home

      May 6,  2023–May 31,  2024
      Founded by Josef Adamu in Toronto in 2017, Sunday School is a creative agency that brings together visual artists from across Africa and the diaspora to share compelling stories. The exhibition and billboard installation encompassing “Feels Like Home” aim to foreground notions of identity, fashion, and culture at the intersection of art and education, celebrating the creators’ collaborative ethos through photographs and video work.