Upcoming art events in Toronto

December 2, 2021

With a brutally Canadian winter on its way, now is the perfect time to attend some art exhibitions, all while staying warm! There is a lot to see, so here is a guide to art events in winter 2021.

01. Immersive Van Gogh

Immersive exhibits are an intriguing new way to experience art. The Immersive Van Gogh exhibit has been drawing crowds and interest for over a year and is a must-see. At these immersive exhibits, animated versions of Van Gogh’s paintings are projected on the walls and floors of a giant room. This lets the viewer understand Van Gogh’s genius in a new way. It has recently been extended to February 6, 2021, due to popular demand.

More info and ticket booking: https://www.vangoghexhibit.ca

02. Immersive Frida Kahlo

A new Immersive Frida Kahlo exhibition has just been announced to be coming to Toronto. Similar to the Immersive Van Gogh, it uses technology to explore the life and character of Kahlo. Photos from her life and her artwork explore themes of Kahlo’s perseverance and resilience through adversities. 

More information and ticket booking are expected soon. 

03. The Art Gallery of Ontario

The Art Gallery of Ontario (AGO) always has a wide array of art and exhibits. Home to nearly 95,000 works and installations, the AGO’s collections include Contemporary, Abstract, European, African, Indigenous and Photography. This wide array of factors makes it a perfect gallery for people just gaining interest in art or long-time fanatics. Best of all, tickets do not come with a hefty price tag. Admission is free for anyone under 25! 

More information and ticket booking: https://ago.ca

04. Picasso: Painting in the Blue Period

Currently, the AGO has an exhibit on Picasso, during his revolutionary Blue Period. The exhibition explores his evolution, influences and talent as an artist. Interestingly, some of his canvases were reused and painted over. This exhibition uses state-of-the-art technology to dive into what those hidden paintings are and what their relevance is. This exhibition is a fascinating way to explore Picasso’s work outside of his more well-known eras. The exhibition is on until January 19, 2022.

More information and ticket booking: https://ago.ca/exhibitions/picasso-painting-blue-period




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