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Queen Elizabeth II portrait makes $853,000 in Toronto—a record for a Warhol print at auction

Healthy bidding at Canadian auction house Heffel also achieved strong results for painter Lawren Harris

The late Denyse Thomasos, a star of the latest Whitney Biennial, lives again in Toronto

The artist’s enormous abstract compositions are the focus of a major exhibition at the Art Gallery of Ontario

Toronto’s revered Power Plant art centre in peril after board members’ mass resignation

The resignations mark a major escalation of a long-running power struggle between the gallery’s leadership and its landlord, the Harbourfront Centre

Toronto culture festival admits to ‘internalising colonial systems’ after mishandling Indigenous-led art project

The Luminato Festival, a fixture of Toronto’s arts scene since 2007, called off the Um of Water project days before its debut

Art Gallery of Ontario unveils its first public art commission, an elephantine bronze by Brian Jungen

The massive sculpture, five years in the making, depicts a tragic circus elephant recreated out of trashed leather furniture

Art Gallery of Ontario goes big with plans for new Modern and contemporary wing

The 50,000 sq. ft showplace, dubbed AGO Global Contemporary, is set to launch in 2026-27

Giant David Hockney painting, unseen in nearly 30 years, steals the show at Toronto’s Art Gallery of Ontario

The 24ft wide canvas is one of the treasures in ‘I Am Here’, a thematic exhibition of artists’ collections, lists and depictions of everyday scenes

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Turner Prize and Sobey Award winners and Judy Chicago highlight Toronto’s second biennial

Whereas the inaugural biennial focused on the city’s lakefront shoreline, this pandemic-delayed sophomore edition is organised along Toronto’s creeks and ravines

Through animation and home videos, three films in Toronto try to retrieve a lost Jewish past

The features Charlotte, Where Is Anne Frank, and Three Minutes – A Lengthening give an afterlife to some of the victims of the Holocaust

At $6.8m, Picasso hits the high mark at Toronto sale

Portrait of Dora Maar eclipses other auction offerings at Heffel

Art films worth seeing from the 2019 Toronto International Film Festival

Claes Bang takes the lead in two art dramas, while Cunningham dances through the decades

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Toronto theatre mogul David Mirvish to stage his own shows

Will the Canadian collector showcase his expansive modern art collection?

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Canadian government asks museum to end self-censorship

“The Lands Within Me: expressions by Canadian artists of Arab origin" postponed following 11 September attacks