City of Toronto

Galleries

From contemporary to traditional, from abstract to digital, there is something for everyone. 

Art Gallery of Ontario

Founded in 1900 by a group of private citizens as the Art Museum of Toronto, the Art Gallery of Ontario (AGO) is one of the largest art museums in North America, with a physical facility of 583,000 square feet. The AGO holds more than 80,000 works in its collection, which spans from 100 A.D. to the present.

 

317 Dundas St. W.
Museum of Contemporary Art (Toronto, Canada)

A variety of original and thought-provoking exhibitions, promoting innovative art by Canadian and international artists. Projected to open in the Lower Junction neighbourhood in 2017.

 

 
Onsite [at] OCADU Features contemporary work by nationally and internationally significant artists and designers. This program of exhibits and events aims to contribute to the cultural vitality of Greater Toronto, and to enrich the educational experience of OCAD U students.
 
230 Richmond St. W.
Ryerson Image Centre The RIC is an international centre of excellence at Ryerson University, dedicated to the public exhibition, research, study and teaching of photography and related disciplines, including new media, installation art and film.
 
33 Gould St.
The Power Plant Contemporary Art Gallery

The Power Plant Contemporary Art Gallery is part of the Harbourfront Centre and is Canada’s leading public gallery devoted exclusively to contemporary visual art.

 

231 Queen's Quay W.
University of Toronto Art Centre

Housed in University College, a splendid Romanesque revival building,  UTAC’s exhibitions embrace a range of media, art forms and time periods. They offer an engaging gallery experience complemented by tours, lectures and symposia featuring internationally renowned artists, writers and academics.

 

15 King's College Circle
York Quay Centre

The York Quay Centre is part of the Harbourfront Centre.  Through its traditional and non-traditional exhibition spaces, York Quay Centre is committed to the promotion and exhibition of the broadest scope in contemporary crafts, design, and architecture.  

 

235 Queen's Quay W.

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